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LBGT Weddings Spring 2014

Knots & Bolts

Take the Cake The days of the traditional cake topper are pretty much over—joining the puffy-sleeved dress and the cummerbund in the annals of wedding history. From bikes to birds to bobble heads, cakes are now being topped with fun figurines or signage that reflect the couple’s personality. We love the little wooden figures from Ladies and…

Engaged

Fruit Full Selecting your wedding centerpiece can often feel like comparing apples and oranges…especially if your centerpiece is apples and oranges. Increasingly, we are seeing fruit, herbs, succulents and even branches or pine cones as table décor. We are in the era of the non-traditional bride, so flowers and vases are no longer the star of…

A Guide to Online Wedding Goodness

While you’ve likely been planning your wedding for years, the Internet offers a seemingly bottomless database of online resources for your big day. Here are 13 must-see wedding websites to help in your planning, inspiration and execution of the ultimate celebration of love. 1. 100layercake.com This beautiful site features a blog, marketplace and…

Bridal Basics Fall 2011

12 Wedding Trends for 2012

Economic woes continue to play a part in today’s weddings. Couples are opting for smaller weddings and choosing to spend their money more wisely. According to a recent study from TheWeddingReport.com, brides and grooms are paying for more of the wedding bill themselves (to the tune of $10,000–$20,000), and they’re having more fun with it. “We…

Bride on a Budget

As businesses brace for the possibility of a double dip recession, brides and grooms should plan for the unexpected when planning their wedding day: job loss, vendors going out of business, rising prices and traveling limitations. While weddings still take place even in a down economy, brides and grooms are scaling back and trimming the excess…