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Whimsical Vows

The following is an example of how you can pack a whimsical punch with your wedding vows. Adding some singsong and wonder, a la Dr. Seuss to your ceremony is a great way to customize and freshen things up.

The Ultimate Wedding Guide

A comprehensive listing of area venues, and other vendors you need to know

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.

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.

Deconstructing Your Ceremony

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

My Colors are Nature

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

Wit and Wisdom: A Lingerie Party Quip

As it tends to go in 21st century written history, the exact origin of this witty poem is unknown. We share this with you in hopes that it continues to be shared amongst friends and family.

On Your Mark, Get Set, Engage! Everything you need to know about your engagement party

Traditionally, an engagement party is the first opportunity for extended family and friends from both sides of the aisle to mingle.

Health, Wealth, Happiness: Bachelorette Parties on the Chesapeake Bay

The Chesapeake Bay is the perfect place to celebrate with your friends. Sit back, relax, and cheers to health, wealth, and happiness without chasing after a plane!

The Case for Boudoir Every Bride Needs to Hear

Here are three great reasons to consider boudoir photography as you prepare for your wedding day (and none of them center on your soon-to-be-spouse).