Laura Osborne, a Ph.D. candidate in clinical psychology, and Jordan Coopersmith, a software manager, met in January 2009 through Laura’s cousin.
Gloria Tebelman, 28, was an undergrad when she flew from Westmont College in Santa Barbara to Guanajuato, Mexico, for a summer abroad.
Incorporating wedding silhouettes into your wedding day decor is a fun way to personalize your ceremony. Take some cues from our decor ideas below!
Wedding lighting is such an important component to any wedding reception. But there are so many options out there- how do you choose?!
Fringe is everywhere this spring and it’s flirty movement makes any outfit more fun. It’s also a perfect touch for your wedding decor.
Meet this issue’s contributing writers, photographers and creative artists.
Pinwheels are such a fun design inspiration, and add an element of playfulness to any wedding ceremony or reception.
Table decor isn’t limited to just flowers. In fact, incorporating objects that represent things you love is a perfect was to personalize your reception.
An amazing altar will set the entire mood of your ceremony. It will be in tons of photos and is the backdrop for the most emotional moment of your wedding day, exchanging your vows.
Think about the moments that have defined you as a couple, that helped you find each other, or moments which made it clear that you had found the one. Use those element to select a theme that tells your story.
Color blocking has been all over the runways.
Sexy spots for white-sand lazy days and romantic