Dear Bridezilla, It was great to meet you yesterday! I still can not believe that 6 photographers you have spoken to said they may not be the “right fit” for you! I thought you, your mother, future mother in law, and 12 bridesmaids were lovely! It was so cute that your Uncle Joe came along to take some photos of our meeting for your scrapbook. I sure hope he brings his iPad to the wedding just in case I miss something.
I was so excited when I got home and found the email sh
Photo Credit: Clara Richardson I do love a good proposal story, don’t you? Although the words may change slightly over time and the memory of all the little details may fade, you’ll never forget how excited and happy you felt that day! I’m thrilled to feature this eclectically beautiful collection of real proposal stories from real couples who kindly agreed to share them via Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and emails. Some of the stories are filled with big, romantic gestures, o
VALENTINE'S Day is one of the most popular times of the year to propose. 2016 is also a leap year, so we can expect to see even more proposals come February 29. Relate Bedfordshire and Luton has put together some tips to help you decide whether you're ready to take your relationship to the next level. Commitment means different things to different people. A recent survey by Relate, Relationships Scotland and Marriage Care found that sharing problems, exclusivity and marriage
Most of the time it's okay to speak up -- but in some cases, it's better to hold your peace. Be a model wedding guest by avoiding these conversational land mines. "This must have cost you a fortune!" The way celebrities' wedding costs are blasted all over the news can make it seem like it's appropriate to put a price tag on the dress, the cake, and everything in between. But money is often a sticky subject for brides and grooms who don't have a millionaire's budget, so it's b
How to Be a Great Wedding Guest PHOTO BY JENNIFERMILLER There's more to attending a wedding than getting dressed up, shedding a few tears, and partying all night long -- you've got responsibilities, too! Here's everything you need to know to be a great wedding guest. Getting an Invitation When you receive an invite (usually six to eight weeks before the wedding), don't let it get lost on the coffee table -- check the date and decide if you'll go. Whether you can or can't, res