Because of recent events, the world has been desperately searching for alternative ways to combat bacteria and viruses. More and more people are staying to wear face masks and gloves daily, sales for hand sanitizer are getting increasingly higher, and sanitizing and cleaning are being done more than ever. Read More
Weddings have always been diverse in terms of colors, decorations, food, dresses, and cultural significance, but now, they are starting to become more diverse in terms of types of weddings as well. Recent events have caused an uprise in elopements, the creation of drive-thru weddings and virtual weddings, and is now causing a boom in what is known as micro-weddings. Read More
When planning their wedding, almost every brides’ most favorite and most nerve-wracking part is wedding dress shopping. With all eyes on them on their wedding day, the bride wants to look their absolute best, and sometimes, have a lot of sentiment to go with it. Most of the time, the first place the bride will look for a dress is to their family. Read More
In recent months, Zoom has become a very popular video call software. It is being used to hold business meetings, classes, help friends and family keep in contact, and now, it is being used to hold weddings. And for the couples involved, it is sometimes a surprise and unknown to them that that’s what is happening. Read More
If you’re in the market for a destination wedding on a beach but are wanting to avoid the risk of the public or other outsiders crashing your special day, then consider Easter Island. Once called “the Center of the World” by 6th-century inhabitants who were isolated from the outside world for over 1000 years, Easter Island is the place to have an isolated destination wedding. Read More
Amidst some of the craziness that goes on in the world, there’s always something beautiful happening. While weddings are one of the hardest-hit events at this time, some have made some changes so they could still have their special day. This was the case for Bindi Irwin and Chandler Powell. Read More
Weddings are one of the most diverse experiences that humans have ever created. Every country and culture has a different way of celebrating the unification of two souls and families. Some traditions and customs are not so well known, like the traditional Oriya Hindu weddings. The Oriya people avoid ostentatious displays of wealth and status, opting instead to focus on traditions and cultural practices during weddings, which they call Bahaghara. Read More
Guest article from our friends at Fascinating Diamonds. When you start the time-honored process of shopping for an engagement ring, one among the primary varieties you’ll hear about is that the halo engagement ring — it’s become one among the foremost popular styles in recent years, to the purpose that some jewelers and trend observers call it “the halo craze. Read More
Recently, the CDC has advised citizens to postpone or cancel any social gatherings of over 50 people do to the worldwide pandemic caused by COVID-19, or the coronavirus. This is a hard hit to the wedding and special event world, and some may be against the idea due to the extensive planning that has gone into the special day. Read More
The Bachelor Nation was left with mixed feelings as the show’s finale aired this past Monday and Tuesday. And what were those mixed feelings about? Peter’s mother, Barbara, and her opinion of her son’s choice. Read More
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