Advice: Divorced parents wedding invitation and program

  The Program and Invitation Wording for Divorced Parents Below is the general rule. This can change of course depending on the couple’s relationship with each parent. List the bride’s mother first together with her new partner if she has remarried. This is followed by the father with his new partner if he has also remarried. Note to…

Guide: Wedding Website

For putting together a wedding website, there are several things to consider which we will cover. We will also give a quick guide on the information that should be on your site. 

Managing Drunk Wedding Guests

Wedding Day Woes: What to Do When Your Guests Are Totally Hammered By Alison Fournier Don’t let the buzzed be buzz-kills! Learn some tips from couples and wedding experts for what to do when your guests start crooning impromptu karaoke, spilling drinks all over the bride’s gown, and poking their fingers into the wedding cake.  These…

Guide and Tips: Wedding Dress Silhouettes

Before you start to go wedding dress shopping, it’s good to have an idea of what you want so you don’t get overwhelmed with the options available. To save yourself the trouble of printing out images of the dresses you like on Pinterest, think of wedding dresses in terms of types to help you shop smarter. This is alos…

Etiquette and Advice: Second Round Guests

One of the trickiest part of wedding planning is the guest list. And while the wedding invitation acceptance rate averages at 75% (higher for local weddings and lower for destination weddings), a higher than planned NO’s means there is room to invite more people. How would you handle the even trickier situation of inviting round…

Top Games for a Killer Bachelorette Party and Bridal Shower

1. THE MR. & MRS. QUIZ  Have the groom fill out a questionnaire, then have the wife-to-be answer the questions and guess the groom’s answer! The stranger the questions, the better. Example: Name one thing he/she would save (apart from you) in a fire? 2. SCAVENGER HUNT Have two teams up against each other looking for a…

Rehearsal Dinners: The Low Down

Who Pays History has it that the groom’s family organizes and pays for the rehearsal dinner, but this is now up to the couple to decide. Both parents may choose to fund the rehearsal dinners, depending on who is more economically stable to pay for the funds.   Who Comes The rehearsal dinner guest list…

Maid of Honor Dilemma

Choosing a maid-of-honor can sometimes be tricky. How should you choose your maid-of-honor? Do you choose your childhood bestfriend? Your college bestfriend? Or even your sister? Here are a few tips from our community and our experts: 1. Unless you also have 2 sisters, choosing family is the easy or cop-out solution. 2. Try to…

How to Avoid Wedding Registry Mistakes

  Setting up a wedding registry is not rocket science. Simply pick out the store, give them your name and address, and start clicking all the items your heart desires. However, there are some mistakes that couples make over and over. We’ve put these common mistakes together so you won’t be one of them.  …