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Time to rethink your #RelationshipGoals.
While the bride and groom may change, the supporting cast remains oddly familiar.
I keep secrets
At one wedding I planned, the cake went missing after the bride and groom cut it. The bride soon asked where the cake was. Turns out the servers had taken it upon themselves to eat it! We cut the pieces smaller and the … Read More
When she was 10, she never wanted to get married. Then, a handsome young man asked her to a Sunday school party.
Bridesmaids used to literally put their lives on the line. In some parts of the world, they still do.
There’s a lot more to being a bridesmaid than wearing a pretty dress and standing behind the bride. Nowadays, bridesmaids are expected to be there for every step of wedding plan, the bridal shower, bachelorette party, and more. Being a bridesmaid can end up being a lot of work, not to mention expense. Here, experts weigh in on the top tips for being a fabulous bridesmaid.
I was ready for everything on the Big Day…except for a surprise blizzard.
After you’re over your marriage, it could be time to get back in the game.
Spoiler: It involves swords!
Bill and Alice have been together for more than 50 years.
Carl and I have been married 65 years, and he still lives up to the list.
More than 59 years, six children and 18 grandchildren later, Sig is still my hero.
And he still remembers what she wore on the first date.
Before being evacuated to a hospital in the U.K., an injured Lt. James Tate refused to leave behind this picture of his wife, Ellen.
Here are little ways happy couples constantly make each other feel appreciated.
Proud grocer Kazuyoshi Murayama left Japan in 1918 to find a better life in the United States. His wife took orders over the phone and Kazuyoshi delivered them personally.