Recent Etiquette + Advice Posts
Are you in need of some wedding inspiration this hump day? Our Editorial Team is busy writing content for our newly-launched Ideas Section! Each week, they’ll share their favorite articles and slideshows on Wednesdays at noon. Check out this roundup below:
15 Popular Wedding Centerpiece Vessels – Low pan vases, bell jars, hurricane vases, ginger jars, troughs, and pots — these are just a few of the most popular types of wedding centerpieces, which come in all different shapes, heights, and styles.
Photo: Chicago Wedding Photographers
21 Ways To Have Cheese At Your Wedding – Are you foodie fanatic couple for cheese? Then, opt to incorporate it throughout your ceremony, cocktail, and reception.
Photo courtesy of Park Avenue Catering
14 Signs Wedding Planning Is Taking Over Your Life – Don’t let wedding planning get the best of you! Find out if it’s taking up too much of your time.
Photo: Myrian Peery Photography
Marriage Laws By State – This ultimate wedding marriage law guide will help you find out what your specific state requires such as US citizenship, age, license expiration time, and waiting period time.
The Top 5 Grooms’ Questions – Answered! – Get all the answers you need for those common questions. You might be pleasantly surprised!
Photo: Kristen Wynn Photography
Categories: Decor, Etiquette + Advice, Food + Catering, Fresh Ideas, Groom and Groomsmen Attire, Ideas + Trends, Wedding Ideas
Tags: 14 Signs Wedding Planning Is Taking Over Your Life-, 15 Popular Wedding Centerpiece Vessels, 21 Ways To Have Cheese At Your Wedding, Chicago Wedding Photographers, Kristen Wynn Photography, Marriage Laws By State, Myrian Peery Photography, Park Avenue Catering, The Top 5 Grooms' Questions - Answered!
Photo courtesy of A Perfect Day
So the saying goes, “Cassie and Bryan sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G. First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in a baby carriage.” (Note: we can skip that last part for now!) All of your friends from college are getting hitched in the same year. Is that even possible? Yes, we know someone who attended 14, including her own. Read our nine tips and tricks on how to survive here.
Photo by Dustin Finkelstein
There are certain things that nobody should do to their friends and family on their wedding day. They’ve likely been working hard on making everything turn out just like they wanted it to, not to mention they may have a few butterflies in their stomach. So, in the latest edition of our SpringBook, we rounded up a list of pranks you should avoid playing on the bride on her wedding day! Happy April Fool’s Day!
What are ALL the ways you can register for you wedding, anyways? In WeddingWire’s SpringBook 2015, we understand that couples want to customize everything because who wants china they will never use. There are three options to consider: gift, cash, and honeymoon, each with their own distinct retailers. Read more about the dos and don’ts here. Or start creating your very own right about now.
Photo: Vicki Grafton Photography
Introducing WeddingWire’s Spring 2015 e-magazine, hot off the (e-)presses and brimming with expert advice, fresh ideas, and pretty inspiration you won’t want to miss. Flip through four stunning real weddings, including cover couple Ifraj and Alfred‘s sophisticated DC museum soiree and Kelsey and Noah’s celebration against a cherry blossom backdrop. Read up on tips for creating your wedding day timeline, sticking to your budget, and determining which registry type suits you best. Take a peek at some of the country’s most scenic venues, get insight on the anatomy of a wedding bouquet, and get crafty with 17 clever ways to dress up a favor box. Plus, be sure to check out our bridesmaid guide, which covers everything from bachelorettes to thank-you gifts and lots more. Happy reading!
Categories: Decor, Etiquette + Advice, Fresh Ideas, Ideas + Trends
Tags: Spring Wedding Planning, Spring Weddings, SpringBook, SpringBook 2015, Vicki Grafton Photography, wedding advice, wedding inspiration, Wedding Planning, weddings, WeddingWire E-Magazines, WedingWire SpringBook 2015