Photo: Getty Images When it comes to most wedding-related events, the answer to “Who’s planning it?” is usually pretty clear. The bridal shower is hosted by the bride’s female family members or bridesmaids, the bachelorette party is planned by the maid of honor, and the rehearsal dinner is planned and hosted by the groom’s parents.
Photo: Brant Smith Photography You’ve planned every single detail, but there’s always one thing about a wedding that you can’t control: Your guests. From telling them what to wear to letting them know when to arrive, all you can really do is hope they’ll read your website! That goes for your unplugged ceremony, too. Even
Photo: Bring to Light Photography Chestnuts roasting by an open fire, steaming mugs of cider…and a bride heading down the aisle! With indulgent meals and lots of time with family and friends in mind, a wedding during the holidays seems like a perfect fit! It does, however, come with its own set of challenges. Thankfully,
Photo: Megan Clouse Photography Unplugged wedding ceremonies are taking over, and we love it. Your guests are 100% present while you exchange vows, and there are no cameras or iPad screens cluttering your gorgeous photos. We’ll call that a win! If you love that feeling of having everyone enjoying the moment with zero distractions, can
Photo: Jessica Craig-Martin Figuring out what to wear to a wedding can be quite difficult. But if no dress code was stated on the invite, then it’s truly up to you to put together an outfit that you think goes well with the venue and the overall vibe of the wedding day. But getting it