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  • The Groom's Cake

    Often thought of as a niche southern tradition, the groom’s cake has become increasingly popular everywhere – Prince William even chose an elegantly decorated but unconventional biscuit cake for 2011’s royal wedding. Although historical...
  • The Bridal Emergency Kit

    You’ve scoured everything from Etsy to your town’s haute boutiques for the perfect little clutch to complement your big-day attire. But now that you have this handy accessory, what exactly are you supposed to put in it? Practical contents...
  • Getting Your Groom to Think Pink

    Take off those rose-colored glasses, gals. Although pink is certainly a popular color for all-things wedding, it’s also a notoriously girlie, frilly hue. But even if your groom isn’t tickled pink by the initial idea of using it in his big-...
  • Wedding Bell Blues

    After months spent planning your wedding, there’s an immense amount of weight on how it’s supposed to be unbelievably meaningful, romantic and fun – the best day of your life. And for some people it is. But for others, it can end up...
  • Wedding industry experts share savvy saves for commonplace do-it-yourself wedding snafus

    When it comes to weddings, the DIY route may save you money and is ideal for personalizing your event – but there are occasionally hiccups along the way. Here are four possible conundrums you might come up against, with smart solutions. 1. You can...
  • Picking Your Palette

    Want a dreamy, romantic vibe for your upcoming I Do’s? Consider a palette of pale pink and champagne. Just want to have fun? Go for bold pairings of vibrant hues, such as cherry red and aqua. The key thing to keep in mind: the colors you choose will...
  • Something Old is Something New

    Something Old is Something New
    Jane Sullivan of Glastonbury dreamed of wearing “something old, something new” at her wedding last fall. Her mother’s veil was an item of particular sentimental value, but this “something old” was the wrong shade of white...
  • Bridesmaids Revisited

    Bridesmaids Revisited
    You’ve been asked to be in your friend’s wedding—you say yes, of course, but then the question becomes: Can you say yes to the bridesmaid dress? There are plenty of boutiques dedicated to helping the bride find the perfect dress, but...
  • DayTrippers: Welcome to Pumpkintown

    DayTrippers: Welcome to Pumpkintown
    Welcome to Pumpkintown where pumpkin athletes, pumpkin criminals and pumpkin brides all live in pumpkin harmony! Since 1993, Pumpkintown has been a fall tradition at "Paul and Sandy's Too Garden Center" in East Hampton. Families walk throught the...
  • Advice on key aspects of selecting your wedding attendants

    Advice on key aspects of selecting your wedding attendants
    A quick guide to how many 'maids and 'men are appropriate, who you should choose, the lead attendants' responsibilities, and how to say thank you. The Numbers The number in your wedding party is usually based on the number of guests, says Nancy Mattia,...
  • The TOP 7 questions to ask a potential wedding photographer

    The TOP 7 questions to ask a potential wedding photographer
    You only have one chance to get gorgeous wedding photographs that you'll cherish for a lifetime. Here are the seven most important questions you can ask a potential photographer if you'd prefer to avoid ending up with so-so photos that will simply collect...