Unless you've been married before, your life will be filled with "firsts" the moment you get engaged, start planning a wedding, and host your nuptials. With new experiences also comes new things you'll need to learn, and wedding etiquette is one of the most important topics to become well-versed in throughout the process. From sharing the news too quickly to not treating your loved ones with the grace they deserve, there are many mistakes brides and grooms make in the days leading up to their nuptials – and oftentimes, they have no idea they're even committing an etiquette faux pas. That being said, if you're expecting a proposal or just said "yes" to the love of your life, we've gathered a list of common wedding etiquette mistakes that couples probably don't even realize they're making to ensure your experience as a bride or groom – as well as the experience of those you ... Read More »
Fashion designer Francesca Miranda showed her Fall 2020 bridal collection at Bridal Fashion Week this month, and she did not disappoint! Known for her unexpected silhouettes and intricate fabrics and materials, the world-renowned designer created a collection that both traditional brides and modern brides will love. For brides hoping to easily transition their look from ceremony to reception, "Alexis" features detachable long sleeves and "Antoinne" has an optional bolero, both of which can be removed to make dancing more enjoyable after the dinner service or at the after-party. Women wanting to show a bit of skin while staying fairly modest on the big day will adore the many gowns featuring deep plunging necklines with illusion elements. Boho brides will love the graphic embellishments of "Jordan" as well as the vintage-inspired details of "Jazz" showcasing long sleeves and sheer bodice details. Those hoping to wow their guests with a nontraditional number at the rehearsal ... Read More »
Finding a wedding venue is one of the biggest decisions to make when you’re planning your big day. The countless options can be overwhelming, especially if you don’t even have a city narrowed down. One way to find inspiration is through the movies! Even outside of romantic comedies there are plenty of wedding scenes in films, and those scenes are often shot at real-life wedding venues. Read below to discover wedding venues from movies where you could host your own nuptials! Photo by Christian Oth Studio Bride Wars The Plaza Hotel - New York, New York As such an iconic venue, it’s not surprise that the two lead characters embark on a bitter feud after booking their weddings there on the same day. It’s a picturesque place to tie the knot, as long as you remember to coordinate with your bestie first. See real weddings featured in Inside Weddings and InsideWeddings.com that took place ... Read More »
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