It’s our “Money Issue,” filled with smart ways to plan your wedding without breaking the bank. You’ll find affordable gowns, luxe-for-less budget tips and fantastic honeymoon deals. Plus, you can enter to win the cover gown!
Take your wedding photos to the next level by adding one of these tricks.
1. Color Bomb
Add a splash of color to your background with a color bomb.
Tucked away in the mountains of Hunterdon County, NJ, Fell Stone Manor is a sight to be seen. The property features a historic mansion as well as a beautiful barn, allowing you to change up the vibe of your wedding from ceremony to reception. We were lucky enough to attend an Easter brunch at this stunning venue, filled with so many wonderful ideas that can be used in your springtime wedding.
Love is in the air! And in our May/June issue, you will definitely fall for our swoon-worthy gowns, gorgeous reception ideas and dream-come-true honeymoons.
Whether you’re newly engaged (congratulations!) or in the midst of planning your big day our March/April issue has everything you need to navigate the wedding process with ease. Plus, you can enter to win the cover gown!
Pinterest always serves up an enviable treasure trove of inspiration for all aspects of your life, especially weddings. They recently released their trend report for 2018, and here are the ideas we're excited to see in weddings.
Balloons add a whimsical touch to your wedding, and this year, we're expecting to see more "filled balloons" — with glitter, confetti, and even foliage.
Our January/February 2018 issue celebrates the New Year with awesome ideas for gorgeous receptions, dreamy gowns and fabulous honeymoons.
In our November/December 2017 issue, you'll find fabulous ideas and expert advice to guarantee the Best Day Ever. Plus, enter to win the gorgeous cover gown!
If you recently got engaged, you're probably starting to think about those engagement photos. You know you want to do a photo shoot, but how are you supposed to make sure you get the best pictures possible? Well, it's not just about the photographer and the lighting; a lot of how your photos turn out has to do with what you and your partner decide to wear.