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How do I choose a ring? When are peonies in season? Who should host the rehearsal dinner? What’s the difference between an A-line and a ballgown? Where can I have an outdoor ceremony?
When planning a wedding, these are just a few of the questions you may encounter along the way. Our archive of wedding planning ideas, articles and tips will help you navigate the world of wedding planning. Etiquette advice, wedding trends, planning pointers, exclusive designer profiles and more, are just a few of the topics covered.
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Chicago's Fleur Inc. has become one of the city's hottest destinations for exquisite, American-made gifts, home-decor goodies, and—most of all—stunning custom floral design.
Baking guru, stylist and author Jenny Keller explains why, for weddings, there's no such thing as too much dessert.
Impress, inform and excited your guests with an invitation that foreshadows...fabulous.
Getting in shape for your wedding is easier, and way more fun, than you think.
"Radiant Bride" author Alexis Wolfer talks prepping, primping and getting wedding-day beautiful.
Find out when to shop, whom to bring and how to choose, straight from the pros.
Interactive food vignettes and made-to-order creations are par for the reception course. So dig in!
Tell your unique love story with your one-of-a-kind wedding from the ceremony, and to the flowers and decor at your reception with these essential tips from the pros.
From the moment it opened its doors back in 2009, Anvil Bar & Refuge staked its claim as the trailblazer in Houston’s now booming classic-cocktail scene.
The most coveted looks in linens, flowers, table decor and room design, presented by Top Houston design pros!
A bachelorette bash that’s both sassy and classy? It’s not just possible…it’s a must!
"We've Created many magnificent cakes for celebrities, and for the 'who's who' of Houston. The common element for my wedding couples is that they all just want the very best." - Susie Edwards
"Our cakes are known for being fresh and moist, so that guests always remember that the cake didn't just look good, it also tasted incredible." - Nadine Moon
Top Houston wedding designers, florists and decorators tap big trends and alluring looks for wow weddings.
Wildflower-filled meadows, serene chapels and glittering ballrooms—Houston's fabulous event venues offer sublime celebration spaces.
Orchestrating such an important event as your wedding takes some fancy footwork, a sense of humor, and, of course, lots of expert advice! Here are some of your most popular questions answered about the do's and don'ts of wedding-planning.
Everyone is here for you, to celebrate your marriage and your commitment. The party will be great, but I can promise that if you have a thoughtful, meaningful ceremony, the party will be even more amazing.
If you’ve caught him on CNBC’s “Restaurant Startup,” the Food Network’s “Top Chef: The Cruise,” or in any of his many appearances on national shows including NBC’s “Today Show” and ABC’s “Good Morning America,” you know that chef Tim Love is a consummate entertainer and a master with a slab of good meat.
Choosing wedding attire presents a distinct conundrum: namely, how to dress oneself for arguably the most traditional of rituals, while still being fabulous, unique and stylishly on trend. Follow this essential advice for selecting, buying and caring for your “Yes, yes, YES!” dress and attire.
If you’re hooked on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and/or Twitter—or know that a large percentage of your guests are likely to be—but unsure of how big or how small a role you want social media to play in conjunction with your big day, this social-media advice is for you.
Offering a menu that is a reflection of you is a way to share a taste of who you are, where you come from, what you like and what you love. Think that sounds like a complicated recipe? Not so, say Houston culinary experts, who are ready, willing and excited to fulfill requests for beloved comfort foods.
A common question many gay couples have is, “Does the person who was proposed to have to ‘propose back’ with a ring?” With gay and lesbian couples, there’s no right answer about who proposes, who gets a ring, and what that ring looks like. While there is no standard “gay-engagement ring” or “gay-wedding band,” this can, however, be one of the first areas where you as a couple express your personality through your wedding.