We scoured the internet to deliver all our brides-to-be a little “pinspiration.” From the shower to the main event, we’ve got ideas galore for your big day—and these 12 are just a few of our faves. Visit pinterest.com/aboutstark to peruse the full pinboard of wedding ideas!
The classic engagement ring may be a solitaire round-cut diamond, but personal style and celebrity inspiration have shaken up ring trends for 2015. That means we’ll see a little color, vintage inspiration and lots of sparkle.
Take a look back at the amazing weddings we featured throughout the first half of the year in our “wedding spotlight” section each issue. Here, we take a look at our favorite photos from each spotlight.
Ben Shankel and Brandi Burkhart met in high school. They became friends in biology class, and he asked her to go to fall homecoming with him their junior year. They started dating October 7, 2006, and remained a couple through the rest of high school.
Getting engaged can be a whirlwind occasion with lots of love, laughter and happy tears. But once the initial euphoria wears off, prepare for the cold dollars-and-cents reality to set in: Weddings cost money. Lots of money.
As any bride knows, planning a wedding is a stressful time. From the cake to the flowers and centerpieces to the venue and music choices, a bride can get overstressed. Maybe getting away is the key to a stress-free wedding.
In May, the Walsh University Women’s Committee hosted its annual Kentucky Derby fundraiser at Brookside Country Club. Marking one of the largest turnouts in event history, more than 130 guests donned their best Derby attire and enjoyed a three-course dinner and Southern-style mint juleps while Troy and Kyle Grove, alongside Steve Paidas, provided lively tunes and trackside commentary during the 141st running of the Kentucky Derby.