About a third of engagements in the United States happen between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, setting the wheels of the wedding industry in motion each January.
Traditional romance? Rustic chic? A theme can help define the look and feel of your wedding day.
Take a look at the newest looks in gowns, accessories and invitations.
Carolyn Hax on who should pay for the wedding, and what to do when your budget and your wedding plans don’t match.
Wedding planning advice from Carolyn Hax over the years
Hate the garter toss? Don’t want dad to walk you down the aisle? Carolyn Hax explains how to buck tradition.
Looking for that special place? Here are some of the most popular venues.
Popping the question on the big screen.
Whether you found a diamond in your stocking or popped the question on the golf course in July, we want to hear your engagement stories. Send us a photo of you and your spouse/fiance(e) and tell us the story behind the proposal in the caption.
You can’t predict the weather for your wedding day, but you can maximize your chance of sunny skies.
Watch these videos to understand the consequences of not having an indoor back-up plan for your outdoor wedding...
The president of Tiny Jewel Box in D.C. shares tips for choosing a ring.
How to celebrate your engagement
Eight months ago, the Washington Post crossword puzzle had some odd answers: ”Marlowe Epstein, will you marry me?”
Reston florist Linda Fuller pieces together a centerpiece one flower at a time.