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5 Predictions for Jessica Simpson’s Fourth of July Wedding

After being engaged since 2010, Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson have finally set a wedding date, y'all! We really shouldn't be surprised that, according to Us Weekly, she chose the weekend of Fourth of July for her nuptials, since she's as all-American as it gets. The outlet reported that she and Eric are getting married... read more

18 Things You Can Use For A Card Box At Your Reception

For your guests who come bearing gifts you'll want to create a pretty spot for them to unload your registry picks and honeyfund checks. A cute card box is a way to add personality to the gift table-- just match it to your reception style by choosing the right type of container.... read more

5 Reasons Why You Want Prince Harry and Prince William on Your Wedding Guest List

You know what Prince William and Prince Harry look like at royal weddings (dapper, stately, regal), and now we know what they're capable of in the US after reports surfaced of them twerking and eating barbecue at their friend Guy Pelly's wedding in Memphis, Tennessee. Since this made us fall in love with... read more

This ‘Walking Dead’–Themed Save-the-Date Video Is Seriously Intense

To all The Walking Dead fans out there: Breton Butler and Kyrielea Beggs have you beat. The couple released an eerie save-the-date trailer based on the show's credits, beginning with their August 30 wedding date. The clip is complete with the names of their wedding party, antiqued and shattered photos, lone buildings, dark colors and generally... read more

6 Reasons We Thought George Clooney Would Never Get Engaged

It looks like pigs finally flew over the weekend, because Hollywood's favorite bachelor, George Clooney, is engaged to British attorney Amal Alamuddin, People confirms. "George and Amal are trying to keep things very low-key but they also aren't really trying to hide this, it doesn't seem," the outlet reports. "I think it's like they... read more

5 Couples Who Dealt With a Natural Disaster During Their Wedding

It's one thing to have uninvited guests or bridesmaid drama ruin a wedding, but it's quite another to have a dust storm interrupt your vows or a house fire inspire you to get married much faster than you planned. Storms, earthquakes and fires aren't quite the disasters that you plan for on your wedding day, especially... read more

16 Genius Ways To Use Ribbon At Your Wedding

Ribbons are an inexpensive and colorful DIY supply that can transform simple wedding decor. Since ribbon comes in all widths, colors and even patterns, you can really adapt the material to fit whatever wedding day item you're decorating. Tip: use grosgrain and lace ribbon to add texture, and try satin ribbon for a smooth shiny feel. From handmade... read more

5 Reasons to Not Incorporate a Hot Air Balloon Into Your Engagement

We know that taking pictures on a hot air balloon ride gets you lots of cred on Instagram -- especially if it involves getting engaged in a hot air balloon. However, you may want to drop heavy hints to your guy that he should think twice before going up, up and away, even if you're both... read more

Rubber Stamp These 12 Things At Your Wedding 

Ready for the easiest DIY project you'll ever try? Get a rubber stamp and an ink pad in your favorite color and you're well on your way to becoming a DIY pro. There's something you can stamp at every step of the planning process, from the invitations and escort cards to the favors and... read more

These Are The 25 Most Expensive Places To Get Married In America

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While the national average wedding may be $29,858, that's just an average. If you live in a larger city, like Manhattan where the average wedding costs $86,916, you may find yourself spending close to triple the national spend! Take a look below at some of the other most expensive cities to get married... read more
No matter where you wed, first impressions are essential. A personalized entryway will make your site more welcoming and help guests feel at home almost immediately. If you're having an outdoor wedding, hang leis of orchids or sun-catching glass ornaments on the surrounding trees. For a ballroom, have your florist create an escort card table arrangement with plenty of height so it's the first thing guests see. A rustic affair calls for tons of lanterns lining the pathways.  
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