Thought you could just speed through your wedding without vows, did you? Don't worry, just like your auto insurance, we've got you covered.
Back in 2007, Gisele Bündchen dyed her hair so that the dark shade at her roots gradually faded into blonde at the tips, and the ombré trend was born. Years later, everyone is still obsessed with that subtle, or not so subtle, fade.
Even though it feels like we just can't shake winter, we're fantasizing about long, hot days spent at the pool or beside the campfire. For those that love all that the summer sun has to offer, why not serve your favorite summer foods at your wedding? That way, your guests will feel like they're at a picnic—even if your wedding takes place indoors.
Single women of the world unite! Or actually don't, because a company in Japan is now offering weddings for single women!
The Kyoto based Cerca Travel Company has a package where you can pay $2,500-$3,100 and get all dolled up in a traditional kimono, take pictures with a professional photographer, and have your own solo wedding ceremony.
There's nothing we love more than a celebrity marriage, but more often than not, they tend to fall apart. At least these A-listers have their best bros to turn to after the divorce papers are signed.
Here are 18 celebs that put the "romance" in "bromance:"
Batman and Catwoman, Spider-Man and Mary Jane, Iron Man and Pepper Potts. The love stories of these power couples continue to enchant comic book readers everywhere. You and your own true love can join the ranks of these super couples with some simple comic book wedding touches.
While it's kind of an outdated tradition, there are still a few guys who ask their girlfriend's father for permission before they pop the big question. But what if her dad says "No?"
One of the hottest trends in wedding photography is the Boudoir Shoot—where brides-to-be pose in their veil... and little else.
Did you spend your first date ogling the latest models at the Ford dealership? When you got engaged, was it on the back of a pick up truck? Love your rig almost as much as you love each other? For couples that enjoy sitting high up in the cab together, why not incorporate your truck obsession into your wedding?
Here are 9 ways to add a little horsepower to your special day:
If something is mini-fied, it's automatically adorable. Mini-golf? How cute! Mini-me? Creepy, but amazing. Mini food is no exception.
Call a doctor! We need someone to take away the pain we've been feeling over the loss of Derek Shepherd, who died after being hit by a tractor trailer on a recent episode of Grey's Anatomy. Yes, folks, McDreamy has gone on to the cable syndication afterlife.
By now we've all begun to realize that the whole "Parisian" theme is pretty overrated. Between the predictable Eifel Tower décor, lavender scented everything, and, of course, those damn macarons, most of us are left feeling a bit like this:
From the floral arrangements to the reception hall, weddings are EXPENSIVE. There's no telling what seemingly insignificant thing you'll have to pay for next. That's why brides are salivating for a bargain once the Running of the Brides sales come along.
With the fairy tale weddings seen in Disney movies, its no surprise that brides are clamoring for the chance to have the same experiences on their special day.
Some celebrity couples are desperate for the glare of the paparazzi's lens. It's like they can't even take a breath without giving an exclusive interview about it. When it comes to a huge event, like their wedding, the rights are sold to People Magazine before the engagement ring has even been bought.
There are some celebrities, however, that actually WANT their private lives to stay private.
Here are 9 famous couples who succesfully kept their wedding day a secret from the press:
Good news for couples who'd rather not interact with any family members on their special day: Ikea is offering a new service called "Wedding Online" that allows couples to get married virtually, and invite their friends and family to watch the ceremony via a live stream.