From classic elegance to modern boldness, grooms are striding down the aisle showing off their style. Smaller and more intimate gatherings have increased the trend toward informality, but that doesn’t mean the groom can’t look like a true gentleman.
Wedding season is in full swing. But before the big day, brides and grooms must have their last fling before the ring. I thought that bachelor and bachelorette parties were just a one-night out kinda deal. But boy was I wrong!
Creative couples are adding special touches to their weddings to ensure that their big day will be memorable for themselves and their guests. It’s all about the details, and some brides and grooms are going over the top to make their weddings remarkable, enjoyable and about who they really are.
From how much to spend on a gift to rules on using social media during the event, weddings can present some tricky situations. To the rescue is etiquette expert Lizzie Post, co-author of “Emily Post’s Etiquette, 18th Edition” and Emily Post’s great-great-granddaughter.
A seasoned wedding DJ, Bill Manos says the big day is all about the bride and groom, no matter what. “A lot of times, brides and grooms don’t want normal wedding-reception music — the chicken dance, hokey-pokey, things like that,” says Manos, owner of Sound Waves DJ Service.
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