Whether you want to admit it or not, there's a pretty good chance pictures of your wedding will end up on social media. Sure, you can ask guests to put the phones and cameras away during your ceremony, but once the party starts, you can't really keep them from taking pictures of one another in formalwear - or of your gorgeous decorations!
Chocoholics, we have found your dream wedding. The couple who inspired Hershey's Reese's Pieces Bars received the most decadent wedding gift from Hershey's: a whole 750 pounds of chocolate to serve at their nuptials. Why am I suddenly craving chocolate? Last fall, the Hershey company caught wind of Jenny Ries and Craig Hirschey's (get it?
Ballrooms and beachfronts used to reign supreme when it came to wedding venues, but that's hardly the case anymore. If you're tired of the standard hotel reception, are bored by the tradition of a chapel ceremony, or hate the unreliable weather of a beach wedding, fear not; alternative options are on the rise.
While Padma Patil may not have had an on-screen happy ending with Ron Weasley at the Yule Ball, actress Afshan Azad just tied the knot IRL in the Harry Potter reunion wedding of our dreams. The 29-year-old bride (and Ravenclaw) wed Nabil Kazi in a traditional Bangladeshi ceremony last week, followed by a stunning reception in Birmingham, England on Sunday.
It turns out Dancing With The Stars pros Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Peta Murgatroyd couldn't wait to start their love story! Ahead of their big fairytale wedding, the two actually tied the knot in a city hall ceremony. To celebrate their one-year anniversary Chmerkovskiy posted videos from their intimate ceremony.
Congrats! You're engaged. Now what? Time to loop in your friends and family about the wedding to come. Your first step: Send save-the-date cards to your guests. This pre-invitation card announces your wedding date and location, and also lets guests know that they will, in fact, be invited to the celebration.