by Karen Rinedollar
The following is a top ten list of helpful suggestions of things to know when choosing an officiant (the person performing the wedding ceremony). If you are not getting married in a church, finding the right officiant will be the responsibility of you and your fiancee. Read more.
by Shanna Pharis
I was very much a DIY bride. I did a lot of things myself, approached most aspects of our wedding very creatively, and thought out of the box as much as I could to pull off a fun, memorable, and gratifying event for about 100 guests on a budget. Read more.
by Bethany McDonald
Choosing the music for your wedding can be a very overwhelming process: trying to pick songs that will keep your guests happy, songs that you and your fiancee enjoy, songs that your family is asking for, and songs that will get everyone up and dancing. Believe it or not, it is possible to create a playlist to accomplish all of these goals. Read more.
by Bethany McDonald
Step 3. OPENING THE DANCE FLOOR Now comes the fun part. Read more.
by Tiffany Babinsack
I was perusing the magazine section today and found myself wandering over to the wedding area. While I was flipping pages and daydreaming I came to a realization. Read more.
by Ariana Straznicky
As a professional violinist, many brides come to me with a picture in their mind of the perfect ceremony: a classical string quartet in the background, playing a romantic melody that swells the moment she walks down the aisle. Live classical music is undeniably elegant and, well, classic. Read more.
by Ginger Hayes
One way to give your wedding personality is to choose a theme or motif. You can use your wedding theme
to decorate the wedding chapel, choose favors for guests, adorn invitations and help you decide on your
wedding color combinations. Read more.
by Javier Palacios
Choosing the colors of your wedding can be a very daunting task, especially with the already overwhelming list of things to do. But no need to panic. Read more.
by Francis Danis
When choosing your music, it is important that you take into consideration the theme of your wedding. It would
be a great idea to hire musicians that can produce the kind of songs that you've been looking for. Read more.
by Shane Bell
Ever heard the words "you get what you pay for"? Well, this is true when it comes to limousines. Older vehicles can be offered at cheaper prices but you must be aware of why. Read more.