With hundreds of thousands of Syrian men killed in warfare, and an uncertain number fleeing conscription and economic hardship, Syrian women are maintaining cultural traditions in the ways that they still can.
In general, I am suspicious of the wedding dress. In the specific case of the wedding dresses shown at the 2017 spring bridal collections, I think I hate them.
What’s a gal to do if the experience of buying a crystal-studded Pnina Tornai at Kleinfeld’s just isn’t special enough? Well, for merely the price of a used Mercedes (or a new Nissan), she can spend the morning consulting with a bridal magazine editor.
You know who is probably not being showered with enough gifts and attention just for making the huge relationship decision she and her significant other made recently? The bride-to-be in your life. Hear me out.
Hot new wedding trend, allegedly: bridal bouquets straight-up made of vegetables.
A groom is a man who does nothing to help with the wedding besides show up. A “groomzilla,” at least according to a new GQ essay, is apparently a man who has ideas about his wedding at all, or maybe even (gasp) plans it.
On the latest episode of HBO’s T&A tour de force Game of Thrones, we once again saw poor Sansa Stark unhappily enter a marriage over which she has zero control, this time to violent psychopath Ramsay Bolton. Bummer, but look at that dress! Perfect for a woodsy winter wedding, no?
If there’s one thing that terrifies me about getting married, it’s that there won’t be enough powder and contouring to make me look good in my photos. So it’s understandable that a bride got very upset when the photographer she hired called her ugly on Facebook.
A Google search composed of the words “what kind bride you” yields around 52 million results. This comforts me because I’ve been engaged for around 4 months now and I still don’t know “what kind bride am.” Clearly, I am not alone. I have 14 months before my wedding and people say the time flies, so I need to know.
Far more fun than gawking at the gowns for bridal fashion week is imagining what kind of person would wear them. Shows like Bridezillas and Say Yes to the Dress have magnified our curiosity in bridal archetypes, and the very specific, very crucial ways a bridal gown reflects its wearer. If your personal style is the…
Your wedding will be a one-way ticket to America's favorite past time, living in debt. Welcome to the best (and most expensive) day of your life!
Hell yeah. That looks cool and interesting, and also really sweet and just somehow right. If you'd like to purchase a similar-looking photo shoot for your own small baby, you should hit up All Seasons Photo in New London, Wisconsin, where the Facebook page explains their Future Bride photo shoots like this:
If you're of the mind that wedding-related photography — be it proposal photos, engagement pics, or documentation of the big day — has gotten out of hand, this one's for you.
The dress. Oh, sweet Jesus, the dress. For some brides, it's no big deal. It's just a dress. For others, it's the most important fashion moment of their lives. Either way, the process of finding your wedding gown sucks pomander balls. If your dress quest was super chill and easy, I'm happy to hear that — but this…
So many weddings seem to be planned with an eye to the photos and their ultimate appearance in a magazine/bridal style blog/Facebook. Which makes it pretty unsurprising that, apparently, you can now hire a Condé Nast-approved team to style and photograph your special day.
Few things in life will let you know which friends you truly value like creating an invite list for your wedding. One deranged bride with an ax to grind wanted to drive that point home in a Facebook post, enumerating the reasons why some "friends" aren't important enough to make the cut.
Forget about lifting the veil — lift the dress! That is the insane logic applied to this alleged trend of getting the entire bridal party to lift their dresses and stick out their asses for a phun photo op. If this is a real thing, might I suggest that it is the duckface of bridal photo. Except, you know asses.
The wedding is baaaaack! Gone are the years where “forward thinking” people snub the idea of marriage or, at the very least, act "reasonable" and consider "scaling back" — no way. Now folks are really going for it. Let’s hear it for ballooning marital debt, er, bliss.
The run up to the Sochi Olympics has been characterized by paranoia, fear, and copious media references to Vladimir Putin's oft-bare chest. Thank goodness we have these truly wacky Russian wedding photography to distract us from all that terrorism!
Great news if you're looking to plan the trendiest wedding of all time: The Knot has just released a list of "top trends" for the year. And apparently, 90s nostalgia is going to unleash a flood of—brace yourselves, ladies—crop-top wedding dresses.