Thought as the best man you just had to plan the bachelor party? Wrong. That’s just the beginning! You actually have special responsibilities, such as being a hand-holder for the groom as he goes through this nerve-racking experience with flying colors, posse leader for the groomsmen as they probably won’t know where to properly place their boutonnieres, ring security for the wedding bands as they need to be safe and sound, and valet for the newlyweds as they need transportation to jet off to their honeymoon abroad. Check out WeddingWire’s checklist for more in-depth details.
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It’s not pretty, but it happens. What started as an ethereal spill of curls has turned a bit sweaty and limp as you broke it down low on the dance floor. Or an intricately, bobby-pinned updo comes a little too undone as guests lifted you high up on chairs in random spurts of celebration. Either way, there are fall-back fixes if you find yourself in need of a new wedding hairstyle with nary an expert in sight.
Photo Courtesy of: Shaune Hayes DC Wedding Hair and Makeup Artists
The key to almost every Pinterest-worthy bridal beauty look? Lush, full strips or individual flares — which are, more often than not, amped up by a little fauxness. If you’re intimidated by false lashes, (maybe you’ve never worn them before?) there’s no need to be. We asked six WeddingWire hair and makeup artists from around the country to give us insider advice on just how to get that instant eye-opening power. Read more here.
Photo: Michael Segal Photography
Don’t worry — you are bound to find them at every single wedding ever — these 60 guests like the drunk uncle, PDA couple on the dance floor, the girl who wears a white dress, and wild children that can’t sit still. Read more here.
Photo: Aaron Nicholas Photography
Brides, as much as you want your wedding to be the best day of your life, a lot of it starts with your bridesmaids. No one wants to be treated like a servant or lady-in-waiting, especially when they have jobs, families, and budgets. To that end, be mindful of what you say because NO one wants to hear these annoying phrases.