A bridal shower is an awesome excuse to celebrate one of your BFFs and the new chapter in her love life. Let’s get started!
“Being a menswear designer in the New York fashion industry is like being a small fish in a big pond, but I’ve gained so much experience being here.”
Wedding flowers don’t have to be limited to bridal bouquets! Toast-worthy peach bellini lollipops showcase pretty petals.
“I always want my bride to look back on her day with nostalgia and warmth.” – Debbie Bailie-Collins
“My designs are very bohemian and feminine, with no puff!” – Kelsey
In this short video, a tie maker shares the tale of her unexpected path to entrepreneurship.
Joel and Krysta’s romance began with an Etsy collaboration, which soon blossomed into a partnership and one-of-a-kind desert wedding.
“As a little girl, I aspired to live on an island and sell my creations.” – Katie LeBourgeois
Engagement rings get all the glory. While they symbolize a promise, their less-flashy counterparts carry the truly weighty vows that make a marriage.
“Every day we hear new, interesting stories about engagement and wedding plans.” – Audrius and Virginija
No wedding would be complete without a miniature couple adorning the cake. Learn how to make your own custom wooden toppers with Goose Grease.
Find a ring as vibrant and vivid as your love by exploring unconventional stones and settings.
A wedding in Richmond, Virginia, showcases regional style with charm and heart.
From stone to setting, get the inside scoop on custom rings.
Intimidated by fondant? Overcome your fear with a beautiful, approachable petit fours project.
This swanky-yet-simple DIY is a sophisticated way to seat your guests.
This Michigan couple rallied friends and family to create a truly one-of-a-kind, handmade celebration.
With handmade decor and custom design details, Caitlin and Mackenzie said I do.
Want some sparkle without the worry? Modern pieces crafted from recycled metal and conflict-free stones or pre-loved vintage pieces are good options.
Give your ceremony a seasonal touch with a gleaming bouquet of glimmering glass ornaments.
Shari and Mark went for Baroque when they wed at a historic 18th century mansion in The Netherlands.