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  • Should my bridesmaids choose their own dresses?

    Whether you have one bridesmaid or twelve, the dress is a direct reflection of the bride’s taste, not the bridesmaid’s. Because they love you, most women will take your direction as to what you would like them to wear, often sacrificing...
  • I have a little budget does that mean i have to have a little wedding?

    Just because you have a small budget does not mean you have to have a small wedding. It just requires you to be more resourceful.  Have your wedding at your home or at a friend or family member’s house. Consider having the wedding on a day other...
  • I'm Doing The Seating Chart... Any Suggestions?

    Have a total number in mind and stick to it. Once guest list requests have been tallied from both sides of the family, make sure it is a number that you are both willing and able to afford. In regard to the actual seating, this is not the time to play...
  • Should I elope?

    I’ll be honest here, if you need the cash, think your parents won’t approve or find yourself in Vegas dancing the night away with George Clooney, then what the heck, go for it! But if you do go down this road, I do recommend a small ceremony...
  • Eco-friendly Ridgefield Inn, a Haven for Weddings

    Eco-friendly Ridgefield Inn, a Haven for Weddings
    The two Pakistani brides dressed in traditional native costumes looked lovingly at each other as Justice of the Peace Barbara Simkins pronounced them married. “They looked absolutely magnificent,” says Simkins, who with her fiancé Natacha...
  • How many speeches should there be at my reception?

    I love to give speeches and lectures but not everyone can be ready to do so.   Speeches are a very important part of a wedding. Not just as formalities within a ceremony, but to add insight to the bride and groom, and the union that has been...
  • Prioritize This: Three experts weigh in on what aspects most deserve your attention and dollars

    Prioritize This: Three experts weigh in on what aspects most deserve your attention and dollars
    Overwhelmed by the many (expensive!) details that go into mapping out a wedding and trying to figure out what to prioritize? Here, a bridal editor, wedding planner and real bride each share the top three things they think matter most – other than...
  • David Does Diamonds

    David Does Diamonds
    The high/low trend is booming in the bridal industry. David’s Bridal just unveiled its White by Vera Wang collection, a collaboration that combines the couture designer’s chic style with the go-to gown retailer’s accessible prices....
  • Well-Suited

    Well-Suited
    The best accessory for an exquisite wedding gown? A well-dressed groom. If you've already selected the perfect tuxedo or suit for him, it's time to think about the high-impact details. The Shirt It's hard to go wrong with white, but sometimes...
  • Brides of a certain age embrace an elegant personal style

    Brides of a certain age embrace an elegant personal style
    Beth Chapman, creator of Clinton’s Wedding Row and owner of The White Dress by the shore, found the perfect dress for her customer: a silk-lined lace gown with a bolero jacket. “I love this dress. I just want my mother to see it,”...
  • Here Arrive the Grooms

    Here Arrive the Grooms
    With same sex marriages legal in Connecticut, many gay male and lesbian couples have been tying the equality knot. After 29 years together, Garrett Stack and John Anderson of Woodbridge had a church wedding in 2009. “There is nothing traditional...