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Click here to find unique and traditional ideas for your flower girls. Dresses, baskets, flower girl halos, etc.
Take your old lamp to new heights with this easy DIY vintage lamp makeover!
With this simple DIY Flower Hoop step by step, you'll be able to make something gorgeous for your flower girl.
You Need Gossamer! It's the best fabric for dressing up your wedding space.
What should the mother of the bride wear? A beautiful gown of course! Find out the dos and don'ts of choosing your mother of the bride or goom outfit.
Planning a virtual wedding? Get our guide on how to make your day beautiful and seamless.
If you're staying at home during this CoVid19 virus, you should be crafting. Here's a great little slideshow of DIY projects you can craft for your big day. You can do it! Just jump right in there and start.
I know a lot of brides also like to make the ribbon and lace backgrounds they see on Pinterest, so I'm sharing this affiliate link for some great jute ribbon. Buy 2 colors then add some strips of lace from a lace curtain bought at a thrift store, and another material of your choice and you'll have a great little garland.
One North Carolina bride was thrilled to carry a bundle of joy much more precious than any bouquet down the aisle at her recent hospital wedding.
Here are some of the stories of how couples, who submitted their announcement information to The New York Times, agreed to marry each other.
Matthew Lewis married his fiancée Angela Jones this weekend, and honestly, they look incredibly beautiful and happy together.
Do you have a great wedding story? Share your wedding planning story with us, we'd love to hear it!