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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…

Top Trends for Colorado Weddings

Wedding season is on its way: The venues have been chosen, the dresses altered and the bouquets—almost—assembled. Every Colorado bride (and groom) is anxiously awaiting their oh so special day, and so are we. But what will they be wearing? What colors will they be digging? What trends are trending? We wanted to know, so this reporter set off…

The Cost of a Colorado Wedding

Getting engaged is a defining moment in our lives. The emotion is so overwhelming that the memory seems like a whirlwind. Shortly after the elating engagement, the thought will pop up, “How much can I spend on my Colorado wedding?” The short answer is that it is entirely up to you. If you’ve had visions in your mind since you were very young…

Hen Night

Sometimes the planning is the hardest part, so here are some helpful hints to keep in mind as you create the perfect bachelorette bash. Traditionally, the bachelorette party is planned and thrown by the maid-of-honor. Do not plan this girls’ night out for the night before the wedding if the wedding is at 10am. Make sure everyone, especially the…

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…

Battling Bridezilla: An Essay

There is a beast that haunts modern folklore with a rigid rule. She is the Medusa of romantic comedies. She is the Cruella De Vil of reality TV—rivaling the nastiness of toddler beauty queens and real housewives.…

Keep the Zilla Out of the Bride

1. A couple of DIY projects are good. Doing the flowers yourself is a big no. Let’s break down the wedding to things you absolutely have to pay for: the officiant, the marriage license, the ceremony venue, the reception venue, the rings, the dress, the floral arrangements, the photographer, the DJ, stationery (the save-the-dates, invitations…