Recent Wedding Guests Posts
Photo: Carolina Studios
Just when you think you only have to write thank-you notes after all that gift-unwrapping, think again, newlyweds. Remember that guests have traveled near and far to come honor YOU! Hence, why it’s extra important to show how much you appreciate their support of your marriage with a few welcoming weekend touches. Read more ideas here.
Photos (from left to right): It Takes Two to Tranquil Dress, $95 at ModCloth and Posh at the Part Dress, $135 at ModCloth
Still have a few weddings left in this year’s circuit? Our Fashion Editor knows you do, so that’s why she’s officially telling you to swap out those breezy dresses for something a little more substanial. Check out the round-up of affordable (under $150) frocks full of playful patterns in deep hues perfect for any upcoming fall nuptials.
Photos (from left to right): Signe Dress, $138 at Anthropologie and Jessica Simpson Print Chiffon Maxi Dress, $128 at Nordstrom
Whether you’re jetting off to a tropical destination or staying closer to home for an upcoming summer wedding, we know it’s going to be H-O-T! Our Fashion Editor knows how to keep cool with these bright and not to mention breezy dresses that are fit for any budget-savvy shopper with a specific outfit code.
Photo: Evan Chung Photography
‘Tis the season for bachelorette parties! While there’s nothing wrong with going the “hit the town decked head-to-toe in bedazzled paraphernalia” route, it might not be for everyone. Stray away from this cliche with 10 unconventional ideas such as adrenaline junkie competitions, glamping in the woods, pampering at the salon and spa, sailing on the open water, or exploring the city’s local shops and boutiques just to name a few.
Photos (from left to right): Jillian Tree Photography
From bridesmaids to groomsmen and flower girls to ring bearers, choosing your wedding party can be a daunting task to check off your wedding to-do list, but those aren’t the only duties you have to fill on a wedding day! Click here to find out how you can honor very important extras in other ways. (Hints: usher, reader, program distributor, soloist, and card and present patrol just to name a few.)