Show your friends how much you care with personalized gifts. From helping them spruce up their house with decor items or encouraging relaxation with beauty products, these DIY projects make excellent bridesmaid gifts your girls will truly appreciate--and use!
Who says you have to get trashed to enjoy your bachelorette party? Not us. Instead of hitting the cliche bars check out one of these ideas to give your girls a night or day of unforgettable memories.
Weddings may be expensive, but your decorations don't have to be. With a trip to the craft store and a little creative juice, your big day can be beautiful and not break the bank. Plus, if you're making your decorations, you can incorporate your color scheme into everything! We worked with wedding designer Michelle Edgemont to whip up some unique, fun, and inexpensive DIY wedding ideas, and we're confident they'll inspire you to do it yourself before you say "I do."
Fall in love with your wedding centerpieces with this rustic-inspired arrangement you can make yourself using supplies found at a crafts store. The really great thing about these centerpieces? They'll look great in your new home, too, so save one for yourself to decorate your space and as a reminder of your special day for years to come.
Going to a wedding this summer? Or three? Or 16? Seriously--sometimes summer can seem like one long parade of white tulle and rubbery chicken. All wedding choices are unique to the couple but when it comes to the first dance what does their song choice say about them?
Not into the whole "white wedding gown" kind of thing? No problem. Alternative brides are embracing everything from shift dresses to suits, proving that standing out on the aisle is the coolest thing you can do. We've picked out 15 alternative styles that are ready for you to say "I do!"
There's a time and place for getting wasted with your girlfriends. Your bridal shower isn't one of them. But that doesn't mean you can't incorporate some of your favorite drinks into the menu. Check out these 21 alcohol-friendly ideas to inspire you.
From hotel rooms to gifts, even just attending a wedding can be expensive. But it doesn't have to cost a fortune to look good! Check out these 16 dresses under $50 that will have you on the dance floor all night long.
If you're trying to figure out how to make your maid of honor speech stand out, or you're just in the mood to feel the feels, you must check out how these best friends and sisters took their "speeches" to a whole new level. Their clever parodies, fun dances and touching words definitely earn them a spot on our list of the most epic MOH toasts.
When your wedding diet ends, the honeymoon splurge can begin! Ready for pastries in Paris? Pintxos in Pamplona? Beignets in the Big Easy? Read on, and start the gravy days of wedded bliss off right at these honeymoon spots for foodies.
Times, they are a-changing. The way we live our lives and interact with others is completely different than it was twenty years ago, and that's true for weddings, as well. Read on for five outdated wedding rules, and update your wedding etiquette accordingly.
For brides who want to personalize their weddings with handmade decor, try these romantic and rustic DIY ideas from StyleEsque. Created with lush natural elements, these projects will--bonus!--also keep your wedding decorating budget more manageable.
Dessert is always one of the best parts of a wedding, but lately, couples are proving that the dessert doesn't necessarily mean a traditional cake. Here are 16 mouthwatering and unconventional wedding desserts that are sure to satisfy any sweet-tooth!
Surf, sand and swapping vows. If those four words describe your perfect way to walk down the aisle, then step right this way to your ideal beach wedding. From the super-chill, escape quietly bride to the one who wants to host a destination extravaganza, we've got 20 gorgeous locales that can make your dream day a major reality. Discover more amazing beach wedding destinations on Mywedding.com.
Weddings are a time of celebration, bringing families and old friends together, but the planning can be tough. Considering every guests needs, preferences and logistics, it's easy for the bride and groom to feel a bit lost.
Wedding planning can be stressful. It doesn't have to be, though--you have the support of family and friends before, on, and after your wedding day. Make sure to include your guests in your planning and the ceremony with our eight creative ideas.
You've helped with wedding planning, thrown a memorable bachelorette party and held layers of tulle as she peed. Yup, you're rocking these MOH duties. But there's still one more important task: the maid of honor speech. And with these 10 tips, you're sure to slay it.
Make your wedding decorations personal and memorable. Try this DIY fern wall wreath. It's the perfect backdrop for a gift or dessert table or even a photo booth. Our step-by-step instructions make it easy to create your very own.
If the thought of lying on the beach during your honeymoon bores you, read on. We've pulled together a collection of the best honeymoon destinations to get your heart pounding, including cliff diving in Jamaica, "coasteering" in Wales, mountain biking in Utah, and surfing in Oahu. Start your marriage off with a sense of adventure!
Since people today marry later than in previous generations, many couples are finding they already have a toaster and matched luggage and tend to feel guilty about requesting more “stuff.” We don't really need a gravy boat and salad spinner, and nowadays there are more options than ever for wedding registries, so couples can ask for the things they really want. But gift-giving is a touchy subject, and these new registries come with plenty of new rules.
Alfred Angelo is famous for his Disney princess-inspired wedding dresses, and his latest collection for 2017 is even more magically jaw-dropping than ever before. Cue every single Disney love song because we've found our happily ever after.
As a wedding guest, it's easy to forget that the bride has spent hours agonizing over every last detail to ensure the celebration goes smoothly, and that, in all likelihood, she was ripping her hair out and having an emotional Bridezilla-style breakdown right before. So if you're attending a wedding during this busy season, listen up--help the bride keep her sanity, and DO NOT do any of these things (seriously, don't).
The average American wedding costs just a hair under $27,000, which can have even the least crafty bride-to-be picking up the pinking shears and floral sponge. But while DIY touches to a wedding are a great way to keep costs down (and add some personality), many brides underestimate the length of time or the expertise they require, especially when they have to be done last minute. Take it from a bride who's been there--DIY your programs, your invitations, or even your rehearsal dinner, but leave these important wedding day details to the professionals.