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Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson Had a Co-Ed Bachelorette-Bachelor Party!

Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson's Fourth of July wedding is just more than three weeks away, so what did the couple who've been engaged for four years do for their wild bachelor and bachelorette parties? Spent them together! Jessica and Eric rounded up 40 of their closest friends and family members (including Jessica's mom and their wedding... read more

6 Raunchy Comedy Shows Worthy Of A Bachelorette Party

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Skip the male stripper, but sneak in the raunchy laughs required of a bachelorette party by going to a comedy show geared toward relationships and sex. Once you scan your local event listings for improv or sketch comedy, local theater and touring Broadway or Off-Broadway productions, you'll want to investigate if there are any group deals by checking the... read more

Would You Have Your Bachelorette Party at a Museum?

We've seen bachelorette parties at beaches, bars and on boats -- but for brides who want to mix a little culture with their wine, what about a museum? Nick Gray, founder of Museum Hack, tells Newsweek that he started the company after giving his friends a fun tour of the Metropolitan Museum of... read more

See Katherine Webb’s Bridesmaid Dress Pick (and Get the Look!)

Looks like Katherine Webb's bridesmaids are going to be pretty in pink -- and pink gemstones! The former Miss Alabama USA and reality star posted a picture of her strapless pink belted Sherri Hill bridesmaid dress choice on Instagram with the caption: "Seriously, my bridesmaids are going to look AMAZING tho @sherrihill."... read more

8 Ways To Dress Your Bridesmaids in Floral Prints

Floral Print Bridesmaid Dresses | The Knot Blog
You know your bridesmaids don't have to wear solid colors, right? Once you've accepted that monochromatic bridesmaid dresses aren't your only option it will totally change your bridesmaid dress shopping experience. Floral printed bridesmaid dresses are easy to wear again -- plus they're unique and different. From the album: An Eclectic... read more

Whoa. This DIY Wedding Day Emergency Kit Is Genius.

This is probably one of the most useful, creative and equally cute wedding day emergency kits we've ever seen. Once you make your no-sew pin cushion lid (for those all-powerful safety pins!) fill a widemouthed mason jar with travel sized versions of toiletries, hotel sewing kits and handy problem solvers like stain wipes. Package it with a read more

Copy These Lemon And Lime Bridal Shower Ideas

You can stop looking for a spring and summer bridal shower theme because we've got just the bright citrus inspiration to make up your mind. The colors alone will give the party a bright vibe. Standout details to steal from below include custom bridal Bingo, an all-lemon dessert menu and lime-lined centerpieces. But our favorite part?... read more

These Bridesmaids Wore Flower Crowns (Steal Their Style!)

Flower crowns are no longer just for the flower girl or the bride, your bridesmaids can rock this floral accessory on top of wavy curls or simple updos. Matching, bohemian chic flower crowns can really tie together your bridesmaids' style. Tip: Go for a monochromatic set to offset bold bridesmaid dress colors or match the... read more

5 Reasons Bridesmaids Drop Out (And What to Do If It Happens To You)

You were super excited about asking your friend to be a part of your wedding, but now she just dropped a huge bombshell: She may have to drop out of bridesmaid duty. While your first reaction might be to scream, cry or both, take a deep breath. Sometimes life happens (but sometimes her excuse is... read more

Rompers Plus 7 More Alternatives to the Typical Bridesmaid Look

If you feel like you've seen everything when it comes to bridesmaid dresses, think again. You already know your bridesmaid dresses don't have to match, but when you see these ideas for twists on the traditional dress you're really going to flip. Imagine your bridesmaids walking down the aisle in 70s-inspired rompers, summery... 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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