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  • Your big day is looming large, and there are a zillion details to finish. Here's our guide to zipping through those last few weeks with ease.

  • Hone in on the professionals that are best for your budget, style, and personality with these in-the-know tips from respected industry veterans.

  • Imagine the shock of discovering that your wedding venue has unexpectedly shut down, your photographer is a no-show, or your "designer" gown is actually a shoddy counterfeit shipped from China. These scenarios are more common than you'd think, leaving couples financially (and emotionally) devastated in their wake. Here's what to do in case the unthinkable happens, as well as precautions you can take to safeguard yourselves in the first place.

  • One of the most exciting parts of planning a wedding is choosing the decorations, but it is also one of the most time consuming parts.

  • From braided updos to low-key waves, these gorgeous wedding-chic hairstyles will make your bridesmaids shine on your wedding day.

  • So he’s the perfect guy — but a less-than-perfect groom? We chose four common dilemmas brides report when trying to get their guys to lend a hand, and then asked male wedding experts how to deal.

  • Ringing in another year of wedded bliss is definitely something to celebrate. As you reflect on another milestone you and your spouse made as a couple, it’s fun to keep the tradition alive with the common traditional and modern anniversary gift themes. 

  • From the genuine and sentimental to the crazy and fun, you’ll want these shots on your bridesmaid photo shot list. 

  • They say that once all is said and done, all that you have from your wedding day are your photos (and your memories). But that's not the case with these special keepsakes, which help you to preserve your gown, bouquet, stationery, and more.

  • The wedding tradition of carrying "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe" originated in the Victorian era. Since sixpence isn't a currency in the U.S., and plenty of wedding items can count as your "something new," many modern brides focus their attention on the other three criteria. Check out some sentimental and stylish ways to incorporate good-luck tokens into your bridal ensemble!

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