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  • Picking Your Palette

    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...
  • Like A Dog Trying To Eat Soap Bubbles

    Weddings are a lot of work. So much work, in fact, I asked my editor to push the deadline for this column back to the end of the weekend...so I can spend my days off working. Business hours are reserved for angry phone calls and bathroom cry breaks....
  • The State of Groomswear

    The State of Groomswear
    To rent or to buy? That is the question. For both groom and groomsmen, rented formalwear tends to be characterized as “style-challenged” at best, while purchasing a suit or tuxedo can be pricey and impractical (when will you wear a tux again?)...
  • The Guy's Perspective: You're Engaged, Now What?

    OK fella’s, so you’ve asked her to marry you and she said “Yes!”, now what? First off, you need to call Mom and tell her that you’re engaged. Remember, Mom changed your diaper and she was there before your facebook page,...
  • Grooms: Completing the Look

    Grooms: Completing the Look
    The suit (or tuxedo) may make the man, but the pieces that complete his look can make the big day. Off the Cuff A crisp, white shirt always is a smart choice for the groom’s shirt, says Tessa Woolf, editor of Salt Lake/Park City Bride & Groom....
  • Support System

    Support System
    It may not be the most elegant topic, but let’s face it – every bride wants her bra to contribute to a flawless silhouette on her wedding day, and none want a Janet Jackson-style “wardrobe malfunction.” Find the perfect pairing for...
  • Gowns Got Back

    Gowns Got Back
    Sir Mix-A-Lot once rhapsodized about a woman’s backside and its appeal, but bridal designers didn’t pay much heed. Given the focus on a bride’s back during a wedding ceremony, which can transpire over a long period of time depending...
  • The Groom's Cake

    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

    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

    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

    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...