Doerman Photography did a great job of photographing Kait and Ryan’s engagement session at Vanderbilt University. They took the pictures in the football stadium and had the entire stadium to themselves. What a cute engagement session!
When planning your wedding you should always try to keep calm and relax. I know that sometimes it's easier said than done, but try not to get stressed out. To help you with your wedding planning journey, Claddagh Rings has provided a great infographic to assist you with the wedding planning process from A to Z!
Jess Levin is the creator of Carats & Cake. It's a wedding website that turns a bridal vision into a reality by providing couples direct access to trusted local vendors. Jess shares five helpful tips for newly engaged couples to help guide them through the wedding planning journey.
The Rosa Clara 2014 Soft Collection is gorgeous. I love that they call it the soft collection because each and every dress exudes a sweet softness. The dresses are reminiscent of the Roaring Twenties and the 1950s while remaining fashion-forward. I love the look of the dresses! See for yourself.
Before you are married you will need to decide what name you'll use. Will you take your spouse's name or not? Some women prefer to stick with their maiden name while others will choose to use their new married name. Some prefer to hyphenate and use both names. Others choose to make the maiden name the middle name.
When planning a wedding many brides don't know where to start and might need help getting in gear. Before you contact any vendors or purchase any items, here are three tips you should follow.
When planning your wedding you have to pay attention to the small details so that it is perfect. Often times, couples are busy selecting invitations, food, photographers and the attire, but the small details should not be overlooked. A small detail, like candles, can add a special and elegant feel to a wedding. Here are a few ways to use candles at your wedding.
Guest Post by Derek Mason
Engagements and wedding seem to cater to the bride’s dreams, but always forget about the other half of the happy couple—the groom. As the groom, you should make the effort to become involved in the planning, instead of being overlooked when it comes to the pre-wedding planning.
There’s no reason for grooms like you to sit on the sidelines—you shouldn’t allow yourself and your opinions to be drowned out. After all, it’s your big day, too.
Here are 5 engagement tips for the groom:
So, you've found the perfect wedding dress and you are wondering what to wear with it. A bridal headband or tiara is a beautiful option. Both can be worn with or without a veil. LoverlyDo has gorgeous headband and tiaras. They are made with pearls, lace, rhinestone and Swarovski crystals. The collection will make you sparkle and shine on your wedding day. Here are some of the beautiful accessories that will have you feeling like a princess!
On your wedding day, it's good to have an emergency kit with you in case something goes wrong. Some brides put together their own kit, but others are at a lost and don't know what to include. You can include things like band-aids, clear nail polish, polish remover, an emery board, earring backs, bobby pins, safety pins, deodorant, tissues, pain reliever, tampons, small tooth paste, dental floss and breath fresheners.