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My Colors are Nature

A bride's guide to kicking greenery up a notch.

Deconstructing Your Ceremony

Deconstructing your ceremony from beginning to end, here's the gist of the big event.

Friendly Ways to Include Children in Your Wedding

For many couples, the decision to include children on the guest list can be a tricky one. With no hard and fast rules for whether or not to include kids, the decision often involves working around expectations from friends and family, head count limitations, and the overall wedding day vision.

Your Wedding Registry by the Numbers

Is there a right way to register for gifts? Yes and no. Register for what you want, but also keep in mind what you will need. This guide will help as you register so you aren’t left with too few place settings or a set of knives you’ll rarely use.

Heather O’Neill & Alex Krom

Alex planned a very well-thought-out proposal on Easter Day of 2016. To avoid any suspicion, he asked all of Heather’s family to join them for church on Easter morning.

Molly Etkind & Eric Braese

On a vacation in Nantucket with their parents, Eric proposed to Molly. After the proposal, they celebrated with their parents and spent the rest of the week exploring the island and continuing the celebrations.

Maria Juambeltz & Aleksandr Flaks

Maria & Aleks both attended the University of Maryland, and first met in early 2008 while studying abroad in London, England.

Alyssa Dielmann & Tim Eberhardt

Tim proposed to Alyssa on top of their rooftop deck in Baltimore. He had the entire rooftop covered in lights, candles and roses.

The Scoop Neckline

Like diamond earrings and a little black dress, a scoop neckline never goes out of style and can be found in styles to suit any body.

Wrap it Up

Here’s a gown for the bride who values comfort, class, and approachability. The wrap dress works particularly well for beaches, gardens, or any other casual location.