What to Wear to a Wedding

By Cynthia Nellis, About.com Guide

Wedding Guest Style for Her

Informal Daytime: Short dress or suit (business attire OK for morning weddings) Informal Evening: Cocktail dress Semi-Formal Daytime: Short dress or suit Semi-formal Evening: Cocktail dress Formal Daytime: Short dress or suit. Hats and gloves optional. Formal Evening or Black-Tie: Long or dressy . . . → Read More: What to Wear to a Wedding

Wedding Dates 2011 2012 to Avoid

When many couples choose their wedding dates, they think about weather, convenience, or having it coincide with another special occasion (such as the anniversary of their first date.) But before you pay non-refundable deposits, or send out save-the-dates, avoid disaster by making sure your wedding doesn’t fall on one of these dates.

Sporting Events . . . → Read More: Wedding Dates 2011 2012 to Avoid

Spring Wedding Myths Busted!

by Kate Wood

Spring is the time of year most often associated with weddings, so you might feel there are even more expectations about what kind you should have. But we’re here as always to tell you that the kind of wedding you should have is the kind that works for you! We’ve broken . . . → Read More: Spring Wedding Myths Busted!

10 Reasons to Get Married in Winter

Wedding planner, Danielle Manning from White + White tells us why you should get married in winter.

by Chelsea Tromans



During the colder months of winter, weddings become less popular. But apart from a minor drop in temperature there’s little reason to avoid a winter wedding. Danielle Manning, wedding planner for . . . → Read More: 10 Reasons to Get Married in Winter

Inside Your Groom’s Mind

Wish you could read his mind? You don’t have to — here’s what he thinks about the wedding.


We’re not selling grooms short: There are a lot of guys who count “expressing my feelings” as a forte, and who are engaged in the drama of a seating chart. Communication is a cornerstone . . . → Read More: Inside Your Groom’s Mind