Perhaps you still call this time of year Christmas. Or Hanukkah. Or, generically, “the holidays.”
Selecting a theme — such as Victorian or rustic — can help narrow down flower and color choices, and ensure all decor is cohesive.
Weddings are going to cost you — and the question of how much isn’t just cash? Here, a round-up of columnist Carolyn Hax’s advice on sticking to a budget, who should pay and how to keep dollars from getting between you and family.
Over the years, columnist Carolyn Hax has doled out more than a few helpful hints to would-be brides and grooms. Now, with a bevy of newly engaged couples about to start their wedding planning, a roundup of some of her sage wisdom on how to set boundaries, what you should think about before a destination wedding and how to have the wedding your family will hate.
Wedding traditions aren’t right for everyone. Here, a roundup of advice from columnist Carolyn Hax to readers who want to break with custom.
The union of Prince William and Kate Middleton was undoubtedly the wedding of the year, but several other royal couples tied the knot in grand style in 2011.
Looking to hold a wedding somewhere around Washington? Here are some popular venues.
From sweet to silly, some of the more memorable big-screen engagement scenes.
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.
When planning a wedding, you have control over the guest list, the reception location and nearly every other detail. The one thing you can’t control? The weather. It’s inherently chaotic, and no matter what anyone tells you, it can’t be predicted months in advance.
Matthew Rosenheim, president of Tiny Jewel Box in Washington, D.C., shares tips for choosing the right ring.
Marriage proposals of all kinds were delivered — and accepted — over Christmas and the holidays. Now it’s time to celebrate with family and friends, whether through a full-on engagement party or a casual get-together.
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Linda Fuller, owner of Lake Anne Florist in Reston, pieces together a wedding centerpiece one flower at a time.