The offspring of two wealthy Russian businessmen married in L.A. at the Dolby Theatre among a half-million dollars worth of floral decor, and a gold-painted aisle.
Glamping in Santa Barbara with Diana Ross’ family? Who wouldn’t say yes to that?
Nicole originally wanted an October wedding, but a scheduling change pushed the wedding to December – and it turned out perfect!
In a beautiful loft on the top floor on the DIME Building in Detroit, 30+ creative women from Metro Detroit collaborated on a beautifully successful styled shoot showcasing the Metro Detroit creative community.
Tim and Nicole are high school sweethearts that grew up together in their small hometown, so naturally they wanted to have a wedding in their local community.
When Austin and Lauren took a trip to Walt Disney World, Austin surprised Lauren with a proposal. Right then and there, the couple decided it had to be a fairytale wedding theme.
Jennifer and Christopher’s intimate autumn wedding in Quebec was planned and executed by the bride – just the way they wanted it.
I know you’ve seen them – either in real life or online (ahem… Pinterest). Perfect wedding invitations that are hand-addressed in calligraphy, or the cutest escort cards and table signs custom-drawn for the wedding. So, how do you get your hands on those?
There are definitely certain wedding planning projects that can – and in some cases, should, be DIY’d. And others that absolutely should NOT be DIY’d. Here’s a short guide to what to DIY and what to leave to the professionals…