Allison Humbert grew up in North Canton and Green and is a Green High School and Ohio State graduate. She married Derek Dorsett, an NHL hockey player for the Vancouver Canucks, formerly of the New York Rangers and Columbus Bluejackets.
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.
Bridal showers are a wonderful time to show a bride a special time with her friends and family. Traditionally a female-centered day, it is only in recent years that the appearance of men at a bridal shower has become common practice.
Not so long ago, a cake was the traditional—and only—dessert option at a wedding reception. Now, brides and grooms are embracing dessert tables featuring pretty much anything their sweet teeth desire.
In the wedding industry there’s a saying that every wedding has a budget. Even if you’re spending $1 million, you’re still on a budget. On average, U.S. couples spend $25,656 for their wedding, with the majority of couples spending between $19,242 and $32,070, according to a survey by The Wedding Report Inc., a research company that tracks and forecasts spending and consumer trends for the wedding industry.
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.