COVID-19 has put a damper on quite a few things this last year – birthdays, graduations, family parties, traveling – but those who have been trying to plan a wedding this year might have had some of the toughest times of them all. Planning your big day is supposed to be exciting and fun: you…

When it comes to bridal style, where does one start? Pinterest, of course! It’s hard to imagine how weddings got planned before the arrival of this magical platform. But these days, it’s one of the easiest ways for experts in the bridal industry to tap into exactly what their clients are loo…

Traditional and non-traditional weddings have come a long way and so has the art of giving wedding gifts. Thinking outside the box, many people are beginning to look for alternative wedding gifts and straying away from the same old registry items that couples used to request.

Do-it-yourself weddings ― a couple’s special day they create all by themselves, from decor to party favors — are hardly a new occurrence.

Planning a wedding might be one of the most decision-based tasks a person ever undertakes. Selections need to be made for flowers, dresses, menu, music, transportation and so much more. But it’s hard to make those final choices when questions about the how's and who's still linger.

It is interesting to see how many wedding traditions have evolved over the last 15 years or so. Many things that were absolutes not so long ago are now rare and there are other fun and interesting things that are becoming wedding celebration staples.

Couples on a budget don’t have to break the bank on their wedding venue. Especially in an age of eco-consciousness, green space is the preferred choice for a bride and groom’s special ceremony.

When high school seniors pose for professional portraits, they often carry a prop, a guitar, a worn baseball glove, a book — some signifier of the person they are and wish to become. Wedding photography has historically been more sparse. Traditionally, when two people stand for a wedding pho…

A wedding is nothing if not the most personal expression of a couple’s new life together, and the wedding’s setting is key above all else when it comes to creating distinctive details and memories to last a lifetime. From mountaintop views to seaside surf, rustic farm charm to distinguished …

Whether furry, feathered or scaled, animals as guests on your special day can be the biggest gift of all. When it comes to pulling off what can be considered unpredictable (at the very least) successfully, those who make it happen have one piece of advice for your nuptials: Be prepared to go…

So many big decisions come with “I do,” from the ceremony location to the place settings. But much of a wedding’s character lives in the details — that memorable song, those whimsical flowers, and of course, the perfect wedding bands.

A honeymoon isn’t just any trip. It’s the trip of a lifetime and it should be filled with moments that will make a lifetime of happy memories.

America is known as a melting pot where many cultures have come together and longstanding traditions mesh to form something new. One way this happens is through marriage and the blending of a couple’s family origins.

As a wedding planner in New England for the last 14 years, I can tell you that we are blessed to have some of the most amazing wedding venues and locations I have ever seen. And of course, Mother Nature provides us with some of the most epic views and scenery you can ask for!

Perhaps more than any other wedding decision, selecting the rings is a choice that will remain with the bride and groom in a very visible way long after the guests have departed, the wedding cake has been eaten and the photos admired.