So much thought is put into the days leading up to your nuptials, but preparing for the morning of your wedding is also of the utmost importance. Setting yourself up for success on one of the most exciting days of your life will ensure you have the best day possible. Getting a good night's sleep is step number one to enjoying a day full of love and mingling with your closest friends and family, but there are also steps you can take the moment you wake up that will guarantee you have a picture-perfect day. To make sure you are in tip-top shape for your big day, we asked celebrity wedding planner Tessa Brand of Tessa Lyn Events to share her expert advice on the morning of the wedding. Read her tips below! • Eat breakfast. Don’t skip your breakfast to look slimmer in your dress! It will be a fun – ... Read More »
If you're recently engaged, congratulations! You likely have a great deal of questions and countless new decisions on your mind as you're beginning to plan your nuptials. While advice books are helpful, sometimes the best tips come from those who have been in your same position. Wedding planning can be stressful, but when you have the support of your friends, family, bridesmaids, and spouse-to-be, it's easier to focus on the task at hand and understand that your engagement should be an exciting time to celebrate your love leading up to the wedding. Photo by Joe Buissink Photography; Floral & Event Design by White Lilac Inc. To give you some tried-and-true advice, we asked 20 of the women featured in the pages of Inside Weddings to share their best advice for future brides. Read what they had to say below, and click on their names to see more from their beautiful ceremonies and receptions! "First, get a great wedding planner who ... Read More »
Happy Valentine's Day! Besides the iconic heart motif, the next best indicator of the romantic holiday, or theme, is the color red, as well as its lighter shade of pink. Whether incorporated in attire, florals, or décor, these hues will maximize the beauty of your wedding ceremony or reception design, while also providing your big day with an utterly romantic ambience. If you're having a Valentine's Day wedding, choosing pink or red décor elements is almost a necessity, but couples can select the color palette for nearly any season. While pink details typically work best for spring or summer celebrations and red décor is more appropriate for fall or winter soirées, there are plenty of ways to incorporate the amorous shades. Take a look at 25 pink and red wedding ideas, below! To find additional inspiration, click each image to see more photos and information from each real wedding. 1. Wedding DressPhoto by KT Merry Photography; Planning & Design ... Read More »
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