Permission Granted

Western culture has seen a decline in the formal tradition of a man asking his girlfriend’s father for his permission to marry. Many women argue this tradition stinks of sexism and male dominance. While other women find this to be charming and thoughtful. When my boyfriend (now fiancé) and I were talking about getting married, this topic…

To Keep Them or Not to Keep Them

These days, brides and grooms seem to be breaking with tradition more often than in previous generations. As you are planning your own nuptials, it’s best to learn the reason for many of these traditions and then decide what to keep—and what to ditch.   Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue According to this…

Destination Here: Eight ways to honeymoon in the Centennial State

Leave the beaches, string bikinis and strawberry daiquiris to newlyweds who don’t live in Colorado (those unfortunate souls). …

Green Wedding: Green is the new white, even when it comes to weddings

The first thought in a Colorado bride-to-be’s mind is most likely not her wedding’s carbon footprint. …

Hen Night

A bachelorette party is the quintessential steppingstone into the world of coupledom. It’s a chance to tie one on before you tie the knot and to celebrate the fleeting minutes of your pre-married life. These escapes allow a bride to say goodbye to her single self and give her favorite ladies the go-ahead to be a little goofy, a little…

Wed Green Without the Sacrifices

A Colorado bride’s first thought will not likely be her wedding’s carbon footprint. With that said, Colorado residents are increasingly eco-conscious. So, the modern bride- and groom-to-be will probably consider the negative impact their ceremony could have on the environment. Although going green can mean spending more green, some options can…