Pics or it didn't happen has taken on a whole new meaning. The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas is now offering brides and grooms the opportunity to tie the knot in an Instagram-worthy art installation based on the city's iconic A Little White Wedding Chapel. On January 18, 2019, the appropriately-named exhibit, 'Til Death Do Us Part, will open for official wedding ceremonies.
You know the stereotype: A groom practically has to be prodded and pleaded with to participate in wedding planning. For some guys, that's certainly true, but there's plenty of men who get into wedding planning just as much as their brides to be. For others, it's all about focusing on the aspects they're most interested in.
How do you close out a year that has involved a royal wedding, a royal baby announcement, being crowned a Duchess and being crowned a fashion darling? With a little vacation time, of course. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly celebrating a landmark year with a secret New Year's Eve vacation.
What bride doesn't want their guests' jaws to drop when they walk down the aisle? While your wedding dress is sure to be a show-stopper and your bridal glow will undoubtedly be shining through, a drastically different hairstyle might just be the ultimate wow factor. Considering cutting your hair before your wedding?
London is always a good idea, but it's an even better one in the fall. Here's seven reasons why. Cozy Pubs What's more perfect than cozying up with your love in a quaint, traditional pub? Bonus points for finding one with a fireplace and delicious pub-grub. Throughout London, there are over 3,500 to choose from within the 607 square miles of the city.
Before you get to the dancing, there's a big wedding tradition you won't want to miss: the toasts. If they're done well, they can be one of the most memorable and cherished parts of the reception, so make sure to carve out time for them when you're arranging the evening's timeline. Not sure how much time to allow or who to tap to give a speech?