Twenties Theme: Whether it’s due to the Great Gatsby or just the vintage look, the roaring 20s is going to be the next biggest trend this year. The gayety era is going to make a huge boom this year in the wedding market. Remember, it’s all about lace, pearls, feathers, and the color ivory. Doesn't this scream wedding?!
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Planning a Do-It-Yourself wedding may seem like a challenge, but it doesn't have to be! All you need is a little organization and the tips in this graphic.
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A 12 month guide to the perfect wedding. Everything from planning the actual event to tips on shopping for the gown .
The wedding party is more than the nearest and dearest; they also have important responsibilities before the wedding and during the ceremony and reception. Share this with your wedding party as a not-so-subtle hint. There were a few important roles that didn't make the list. While we know the parents of the couple are super important, their current roles have evolved from traditional roles.
Mother of the Bride (MOB) plan the first engagement dinner assist the bride as needed help plan the bridal shower Mother of the Groom (MOG) assist the bride as needed plan the rehearsal dinner mother and son dance Father of the Bride (FOB) host the first engagement dinner foot the wedding bill walk the bride down the aisle on his left arm give a toast Father of the Groom (FOG) pay for and host the rehearsal dinner give the first speech of the rehearsal dinner.
We've researched and compiled a list of different types of bouquets. If you're going for the boho styled wedding, perhaps the basket bouquet would be the most suitable. Rustic wedding? Go with the cascade or shower bouquet. There are so many options to the classic flower bouquet, so check out this graphic to see which is the best for you.
Unless you're Emily Blunt or James Segel's characters in Five Year Engagement, your time as fiance/fiancee is fairly short. The average length of an engagement is about a year. While it's easy to get lost in the blur of wedding planning and getting married, being engaged has its perks too! this graphic is for all the folks who got proposed to over the holidays.
It does not include wedding planning at all, but the etiquette monster does raise its ugly head. On the plus side, social conventions have definitely relaxed so most social faux pas can be fixed. Perhaps this is an idea of wedding planning? But don't fret, the party is just getting started.
The wedding food is probably one of the most guest-centric aspects of planning your wedding. The dress, the venue, and the theme is usually about what you and your fiance want in your dream wedding, but the food and the music often takes into account your guests' personal preferences. However, before you narrow your choices with a caterer, before you even book a caterer, it's great to know what style of wedding menu you want.
If your wedding is very casual, you might not even serve a full meal. A family-style reception might be the best option for an intimate wedding party. Buffets are no longer lines of semi-warm food, but can be amazing DIY stations where guests can design their own pastas, burritos, gourmet salads, and more. One recent trend that it making headway, but didn't appear on our list is food carts! Let us know what you'll be serving at your wedding.
It’s true! You are what you eat. It’s your big day and your dress or suit demands perfection, then this is the list of food that you will want to avoid. This list was initially created for the bride and the groom, but is great for the bridal party as well for those tight fitting dresses.
Skip the normal morning coffee the day of, and avoid bubblies (soda, and alcohol) until the reception. Take our infographic as a general guideline; I’m sure you’ll be just fine not following it to a tee.
Your crazy aunt, your man’s party-loving college roommate, and the overzealous wedding photographer – just a few of the types of wedding goers you can expect at your wedding.
Sure, you've watched every episode of "Say Yes To The Dress," but how much do you really know about wedding gown style?
This will help you decide exactly what your wedding style is -- and what your dress says about you. Are you "romantic," "classic" or a "diva?" What is the difference between a princess and fitted bodice? And what exactly is a "bateau" neckline? Check out the infographic below to brush up on your wedding gown IQ before heading out to shop!
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Its a task choosing a Wedding Photographer. Although it is not meant for local (Singapore or Asian) market, it is still interesting to read, especially on the checklist. All photographer should have a (mental) checklist when doing a wedding shoot.