Love Stories
  • October 13
  • The Do’s and Don’ts of Ceremony Seating

    Ceremony seating is about much more than just chairs. You want your guests to be comfortable and able to see the proceedings. At the same time, you want to honor certain family and friends with an extra-special perch. Here are some tips on the etiquette of ceremony seating, plus exciting …

  • Wedding Guest 101

    For this edition of Ask a Bride, we’re focusing on commonly asked etiquette questions from guests. 1. How do I know if I can bring a plus-one to the wedding? You get invited to a wedding and your first thought is, well wait, can I bring a date? It’s probably …

  • October 12
  • Love Stories: Musical connection holds strong through the decades

    Ken and Carol Fuller have been the organist and pianist at First Church of the Nazarene for their entire married life.

  • October 6
  • Soaring Style

    Birds of a feather flock together - or so goes the saying. Maybe that’s why brides-to-be are incorporating feathers in their weddings, from their gowns to their hair accessories. “There’s a lightness to feathers and its association with nature makes feathers appealing,” says Natalia Pitenqko, a sales representative at the …

  • Honeymoon Registry? Yes, Please!

    Fundraising websites like Honeyfund, Honeymoon Wishes and Wanderable make it easy for couples to turn their dream honeymoon into a reality. Not sure if a honeymoon registry is right for you? Here’s are a few factors to consider: The Pros Nancy Williams, Director of Business Development for Honeymoon Wishes, says …

  • September 29
  • 7 Wedding Planning Apps Every Bride and Groom Needs

    After you say “I do” and before you start the heavy lifting of wedding planning, consider arming yourself with a handful of digital apps to breeze your way to the big day. Even if you have the funds for a wedding planner, navigating the planning process with your own tools …

  • Do’s & Don’ts of Social Media Wedding Etiquette

    Weddings bring about a strong focus on etiquette both in the offline and online worlds. Learning the “netiquette” can keep couples in good stead with family and friends and avert potential drama. DON’T post before it’s happened Before you update your relationship status on Facebook from “in a relationship” to …

  • September 28
  • Love Story: Couple celebrate 70, and ‘such a rewarding life’

    They say the value of true love cannot be measured, but when Glenn and FloraBelle Dobbins celebrated their 70th anniversary, Sept. 15, a friend tried. He gave them a penny for every day of their marriage. That’s 25,550 pennies (not counting leap year days) and he had to go to …

  • September 22
  • Planning for Your Tiniest Wedding Guests

    With everything from travel and lodging to gifts, attire and possible hangovers (!) to contend with, attending weddings can get pretty complicated for your guests. But all that pales in comparison to figuring out what to do with their little ones. Of course, couples are not required to allow children …

  • How to Create a Standout Wedding Photo Booth

    If you’ve been to a wedding in the last few years, you know that including some variation of a photo booth has become almost as ubiquitous as having flowers and the cake. This trend makes sense — the booth adds to the entertainment, serves as an icebreaker and often leads …