Thinking of getting engaged this Christmas? Contemplating popping the question and hoping to celebrate a Christmas engagement? Don’t know how to do it? Here are some ideas for those of you contemplating taking the first step towards proposing on December 25th.
If you’re busy planning your wedding after a Christmas engagement, you might be thinking about color schemes. Bridesmaid dresses are a great way to reflect and reinforce your color scheme, so why not take a look at this wide range of colors and styles from formal dress designer Dessy.
When it comes to traditions, gay weddings have a collection all their own and don’t follow gender-specific roles. Instead of bridesmaids and groomsmen, the gender-neutral term attendants is preferred. But really, you can call them whatever you want – the traditions are yours to make.
Hey, Beatles fans! We know there’s millions of you. Have you considered using one of the Fab Four’s iconic songs for your first dance?
Today, Vera Wang’s eagerly anticipated White collection of bridesmaids dresses arrive at David’s Bridal stores!
The strapless wedding dress is without a doubt the most popular bridal design around. This style has become ubiquitous in the last decade or so, and it remains popular among brides for its striking, feminine look. Here are some tips for choosing the right strapless wedding gown for you.
Ol’ Blue Eyes. The Chairman of the Board. Frank Sinatra was the ultimate crooner, and his songs can set a romantic tone as you glide across the dance floor.
Ah, the music of Motown. In the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s, this record label churned out over 100 top 10 hits, including plenty of romantic songs that are perfectly suited to your first dance on your wedding day.