Deciding whether to invite children to your wedding is one of the most difficult guest list questions! No one wants to get their family and friends offside, but if the numbers are climbing beyond your budget or your style of event just isn’t fit for little ones, it’s time to tackle this tricky conversation. Here’s a comprehensive list
Whether you’re an experienced glue gunner or cardstock novice, here are our quick tips on reducing stress and increasing success for any wedding DIY project you set your heart on! Plus, we’ve included some of our favourite DIY tutorials, like these ribbon-hinged signs from Something Turquoise.
If you’re getting stage fright at the thought of your first dance – fear not! With the help of expert entertainers, Baker Boys Band, and dance instructor, Anne Marie Dox of Your First Dance Co, we answer the most important first dance questions, from choosing your song to whether or not you need those lessons. Let’s get your plans for this special moment sorted!
There are three things every bride and groom simply must do at their wedding reception – according to tradition, of course! But what if cutting the cake, performing a first dance or tossing the garter and bouquet just isn’t your thing? You can still create a great party atmosphere with these fun alternatives.
So it’s time to decide on a hair and makeup look for your bridal party – but with so many gorgeous ideas out there, where do you even start? And, once you’ve settled on a style, how do you guarantee stress-free wedding prep? Together with Julie Bryan of Sapphire Makeup and Hair Creations, we share tips for
As soon as you’re engaged, it doesn’t take long for the wedding ideas (and opinions) to start pouring in from excited family and friends. It can quickly become a challenge to remember whether you’re booking that fire twirler in a people-pleasing moment or because it’s something you and your partner really want! You can’t please
Once the vows have been exchanged and congratulations shared, everyone is looking forward to celebrating with you! But first there’s a photo shoot to enjoy, which usually means some wait time for your guests between the ceremony and reception. Read on to find out how to get your party started as soon as possible and