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The Pros and Cons of Planning a Winter Wedding

A dusting of snow could be festive, but a dumping spells disaster.

Thursday, 11/22/2012 at 10:00AM
Aisle Say

An Elegant, Outdoor Destination Wedding Venue in Georgia

Perfect, for spring, summer, and fall "I dos," the Ritz-Carlton Reynolds Plantation has tons of great venues for weddings. (Oh, and it's where Carrie Underwood got married!)

Thursday, 10/18/2012 at 12:00PM

Vintage Style Cheat Sheets

We have lots of theories as to why so many brides love the "vintage" look. It's a gimmick-free style that guests of all ages warm to. It's also perennially tasteful, offering a way to create a wedding that's romantic and traditional—but not boring.To make sure your chosen venue is compatible with the era you're using as an inspiration point, we asked Marilyn Ambra of Marilyn Ambra Party Consultants to talk about three types of venues that epitomize specific eras, and to provide style cheat sheets to go with them. Read more ››

Four Unique Weddings Under $10,000

You don't need to go into debt to throw a party worth remembering. We asked four event pros to plan gorgeous receptions for 150 people. Their savvy ideas will put you—and your wallet—in the mood to celebrate. Read more ››

Boston Venue Guide


Rustic Wedding Style

If you want to envelop your guests in rustic chic, a country cotillion is the way to go. Read more ››
Brides Daily

A DIY backyard wedding

Think a reception at home won't be...special enough? The easygoing, enchanting touches in our "Homecoming" feature, including flatware wrapped in bandanas, carafes of champagne and cherries, and floral coasters, are guaranteed to turn any backyard into a charming wedding venue. Bonus for all you DIYers: we've got hands-on details aplenty, from "chandeliers" to tablecloths. Read more ››
Friday, 11/6/2009 at 9:30AM
Brides Daily

Nice save!


According to the "Express Weddings" feature in our September/October issue, one of the smartest strategies for a time-crunched couple is to book a space that's fully equipped (a catering hall, restaurant, or hotel ballroom), instead of finding a raw space that will require you to rent every last piece of equipment, from tables to coat racks to wine glasses.

Wednesday, 9/30/2009 at 9:30AM
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