If you're on the fence about inviting your ex, it's usually best to not. "Exes are a reason that relationships break up, and inviting them to your wedding can be tempting fate," warns April Masini, relationship and etiquette expert. "Typically, when a relationship ends, and a new one begins, there's no reason to have your ex at your wedding.
Perhaps you're combining your possessions and can't part with your smaller flat-screen TV. Or maybe you need a little background noise to fall asleep. No matter the reason, many couples ask themselves: Should we put a TV in our bedroom? We've all heard it's the kiss of death to a couple's sex life and cuddle time.
Brides always need inspiration when it comes to their fashion whether it's the dress, a rehearsal dinner ensemble, or their accessories. Landing on the perfect bridesmaid color or silhouette is often part of the style equation, too, which means a certain motivation is needed to land on a desired aesthetic.
On the most important day of your life, you obviously want to look and feel your best. But things might not always go as planned. Despite countless hair and makeup trials, some brides look back on their wedding days wishing they had changed a thing or two about their look. Here, real brides share their biggest bridal beauty regrets.
Lovely to look at and downright delicious, in-season fruits like strawberries, raspberries, and cherries can put a summery twist on your wedding-cake design. Here are some fresh, fruitful ideas. Strawberries (above): "Naked" (a.k.a. unfrosted) wedding cakes are perfect for casual summer weddings with a relaxed vibe.
To love, honor and promise to clean the toilet every Saturday. Okay, it's doubtful any bride or groom would choose that oath to whisper lovingly in front of a crowd of their nearest and dearest. However more and more, couples are opting to write personalized vows rather than go the traditional route.