You’re stuck in a sticky situation: there’s no specific attire information anywhere to be found. What’s a plus one supposed to wear with his/her significant other? Before you go shopping for this shindig, resort to our Fashion Editor’s checklist on how to crack the dress code.
Booking that block of hotel rooms for out-of-town wedding guests may be the most challenging task during the entire planning process. But it’s the discounted rates they will appreciate! Upon arrival, be sure to provide them with a bag filled with hometown memorabilia. The example, pictured above, is from Maryland. It includes: Utz crab chips, Fisher’s popcorn, Candy Kitchen taffy, Bergers cookies, visitor guides and maps. Get more inspiration here.
Get ready to start fielding questions — and lots of ‘em — from family and friends after you get engaged. Beware: some may be easy, some may be hard, and some may be just plain annoying. Check out our top 12 you’ll likely hear, and our advice on how to respond to each. You’re welcome!
Veronica and Doyin were married in downtown Annapolis, Md. with harbor views of the Chesapeake Bay on March 2. The bride wore a Cinderella ball gown, accessorized with a jeweled embellishments, a black faux fur stole, and a vibrant bouquet of ruby red ranunculuses and garden roses, while bridesmaids wore long luminescent silver taffeta dresses, accessorized with bouquets of white ranunculuses and blush garden roses. You won’t believe Doyin’s facial expression as Veronica walks down the aisle of the church! Priceless. The reception was decorated with hundreds of floating candles to create a romantic ambience with blue uplighting, and family and friends were surprised at the end of the night when the newlyweds changed into traditional Nigerian attire.
Photographers will most likely concentrate on documenting the traditional milestones of your wedding day (i.e. getting-ready, walking down the aisle, first dance, and cake cutting), but be sure to add some fun with these creative shots you won’t want to miss: