Every year, the editors of Bridal Guide review thousands of wedding photos to find the best of the best — the photos that move us, inspire us, make us laugh, or make us cry. Here, take a look back at our favorite photos from 2015 weddings.
An escort card display or seating chart is a must-have for logistical purposes, but they can also be used to create an exciting first impression for guests as they enter the reception space. You can design yours around a theme (like keys for vintage-inspired nuptials), or tie in elements that reflect your wedding’s season or location (think seashells or anchors for a seaside affair). Here, check out 35 escort displays to choose from, and let your creativity shine!
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There’s is an important thing winter wedding brides can (and should) do as often as time permit; it will help avoid mishaps, and it goes like this: “Making a list and checking it twice.” Here are the top 10 mistakes brides make when planning a winter wedding:
More than just a present, your wedding favors are a reminder of your big day and big commitment to your friends and family, so it’s important to think outside the box — and off the shelf — when it comes to picking them out. Creating homemade favors not only shows your guests how much you care, it’s a chance to show off your personal style, bond with your spouse-to-be while tuning into your creative side, and gives your loved ones sweet reminder of your special day. Check out these unique favors you can make at home.