Mother-of-the-bride gowns can look so dowdy. Here’s what to look for to appear youthful and elegant
Have you heard of the 10% rule? Plan to add these “hidden” costs into your wedding budget
Timing is everything when you’re getting hitched
Who says you’ve got to stick to steak and salmon? Serve what you enjoy eating — and your guests will enjoy it, too
Deciding where you want to get married is a big step — it is the costliest aspect of your wedding, after all! Here are some tips you need to know when it comes to your ...
We all know what the father of the bride is tasked with — but what about the father of the groom? Here’s how Dad can help if his son is getting hitched
Traveling for your wedding? Awesome! Here’s how to make sure your garb doesn’t let lost at the airport
The father-daughter dance is a favorite wedding tradition. Here’s how a stepdad can cut in without slighting the bride’s father
Everyone loves gifts, right? Maybe not: when it comes to brides, make sure you’re respecting her wishes (and style)
It’s every bride’s nightmare: trimming down the guest list — and facing the wrath of slighted friends and great-aunts. Here’s how to do it properly
You don’t want to leave close friends off the guest list, but when your wedding location is a bit of a hike, what do you do?
Bridal showers for your coworkers is tricky when the rest of the office isn’t invited to the wedding. What to do?
The Wedding Guru addresses the four questions everyone wants to know about wedding etiquette
Good idea: Having a close friend bake your wedding cake Bad idea: Not tasting the cake beforehand
Cool your jets! Just because you married at a faraway location doesn’t mean you can ditch your family and friends
So you’re getting married — why not make the wedding last the whole weekend? Here are the three things you need to consider
One mom wants control of the wedding planner, which spells trouble for our bride-to-be
Double-booked: What are the downsides to being one of two weddings the same day?
Property rentals might be more affordable, but don’t expect any extras
Can you announce your engagement at a family party without stealing anyone’s thunder?