March 1, 2012 RSS feed / Lifestyles

Know Your Floral Terms

Before discussing table settings for their weddings, many couples find it helpful to brush up on some floral terminology before visiting florists. More...

Creative Wedding Reception Ideas

Over the course of their lifetimes, many people will be wedding guests on several occasions. During the height of wedding season, weddings can run into one another, as the format and the festivities are similar at various ceremonies. More...

Choosing the Perfect Veil

Who would’ve thought a thin piece of lace or tulle could truly make a bride look and feel like she is getting married? Veils have remained an important part of wedding-day attire for centuries. More...

Origins of the Term ‘Honeymoon’

It has become tradition for married couples to jet off on a post-wedding vacation. This honeymoon is a way for the bride and groom to enjoy quiet time together and start off their married life together on an intimate level. More...

Use Cuisine to Create a Wedding to Remember

Despite the months of planning and pouring over every minute detail of a wedding, it has often been said that what people remember most about wedding receptions is the food and if they had fun. More...

Honoring a Deceased Parent on Your Wedding Day

Weddings are supposed to be joyous events, which can make it difficult to honor a deceased parent. Doing so in a way that does not compromise the upbeat mood of the event can prove quite a challenge to prospective brides and grooms. More...

Responsibilities of The Wedding Party

As weddings have become less regimented and more expensive, the traditional bridal party is often pared down to a best man and a bridesmaid or two. Their roles, however, have remained constant through the years. More...

Travel Insurance May be Honeymooners’ Saving Grace

Ideally, a honeymoon offers newlyweds the chance to kick back, relax and enjoy the start of their lives together. But when something happens to foil honeymoon plans, couples could be facing anything from financial hardships to a spoiled trip. More...

Helpful Tips for Cost- Conscious Couples

In a recent survey released by Visa, Inc., 88 percent of couples believed they overspent on some aspect of their wedding. More...

Exploring Green Wedding Options

When planning a wedding, there are certain things on the minds of brides and grooms. But an eco-conscious ceremony might not be among those concerns. More...

Tips on Choosing a Wedding Dress

For most brides-to-be, the choice of a dress is among the first and most important decisions in planning a wedding. With thousands of choices in every price range, finding the perfect wedding dress can be a difficult and time-consuming process. More...

Rauchut, Tewksbury Vows to be Exchanged

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rauchut of Warminster, PA are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Colleen Rauchut, to Richard Tewksbury, son of Bart and Tammy Tewksbury of Laceyville. More...

Edible Wedding Favors a Good Option

Do you have a shelf or cabinet that’s filled to the brim with wedding favors such as engraved ice cream scoopers, cake servers, cheese spreaders or tea light candle holders? If you do, you’re not alone. More...

Birthdays & Anniversaries

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Do It Yourself Wedding Invitations

Cost-conscious couples today seek different ways they can reduce expenses on their weddings. Do-it-yourself weddings have grown in popularity, and creating personalized wedding invitations is one way to save money and dream up something special. More...

Did You Know: Norms and Traditons

Personal style and preference aren’t the only things that dictate certain wedding day decisions. In fact, a host of style guidelines exist to help brides and grooms make the right choices on their big day. More...

Couples Saying ‘I Do’ to Destination Weddings

Are you thinking of heading out of town for your wedding? If so, you’re not alone. Conde Nast Bridal Group’s American Wedding Study (2006) reported that 16 percent of couples are now choosing to have a destination wedding. More...

Getting Engaged is Just the Beginning ... Now What?

Are you one of the thousands of couples who got engaged over the holidays? This is the time for you and your soon-to-be to get everything you ever wanted —whether you’re starting from scratch, upgrading, expanding or replacing. More...

Wedding Themes Can Add Up to Extra Fun

Every couple wants their wedding to be memorable. The goal of planning a wedding is to create an experience that everyone will remember for years to come. For some couples, a theme wedding is the best way to accomplish just that. More...

Options Abound for Wedding Day Transportation

Couples have many decisions to make regarding their wedding ceremony and reception. One of those decisions concerns transportation to and from the special event. There are many options in wedding transportation. More...

Tips on Creating a Bridal Registry

While housewares and kitchen electronics still dominate wedding registries, today’s tech-savvy brides-to-be are expanding their gift options and including more big-ticket electronics on registries, too. More...

Counseling for Healthy Marriages

A marriage doesn’t have to be in distress to bring in the help of a counselor. Marriage counselors can help newlyweds start out on the right foot or help established couples fine-tune their marriages. More...

Attire Options for Mothers of the Bride and Groom

Whether you’re the mother of the bride or the groom, it goes without saying that you want to look your best on your child’s wedding day. More...

Comfortable Shoes a Must on Your Wedding Day

While a bride’s gown, hairstyle and other accoutrements are the first things others see when she walks down the aisle, it’s what she wears on her feet that may make the most impact on her wedding day. More...

Wardrobe Options for Second-Time Brides

Remarriage rates continue to increase, and many vendors are now catering specifically to couples entering second marriages. A bride getting married for the second or third time has just as many attire options as she did for her first wedding. More...

Role of the Rehearsal Dinner

It has become commonplace for couples to practice what will be expected of them and the wedding party during the wedding ceremony. More...

Secrets to a Long and Happy Marriage

Some might say a long celebrity marriage is one that endures the duration of the newly betrothed’s trip down the aisle. We’ve seen Britney Spears dissolve a marriage after 55 hours and Kim Kardashian call it quits after 72 days. More...

Broschart and Porter Plan Fall 2013 Wedding

Jeff Porter and Kim Broschart, together with their families, announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Burf and Diane Broschart of Overton. More...

Tips for Choosing a Flattering Color Theme

Bridesmaids are an important part of the wedding party, and most brides opt to have a handful of close friends and family members play a special role in the wedding. More...

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