I met Haley from My Fashion Chronicles through various blogging channels, and we were recently talking about how she is waiting for her boyfriend to pop the question. I asked her if she would be willing to write about it for us, so here’s what she has to say about the “pre-engagement anxiety” that so
You’re engaged, and now it’s time to start planning the wedding. How many months out are you, when should you start shopping for you wedding dress, how soon should you book your photographer, and other similar questions will start racing through your mind. Have no fear, I’ve searched high and low and I
It’s time to start planning your wedding. You want to start thinking of what defines you as a couple. Maybe you love a certain movie series and once a month you marathon them. Maybe a music festival is where you met and that place gives you the warm fuzzies when you think about it. These
There’s no question about it, we all owe our parents a lot. This fact is even more prevalent when it comes to our weddings. They help pay for them, sit with us through our meltdowns, and do whatever they can to make us happy. Here are 10 gift ideas for parents to help you say
One of the easiest ways to help set your wedding apart from others is to have a destination wedding. You have the ability to pick a location that actually means something to you vs somewhere that’s close and convenient. But where do you even start with planning a destination wedding? To help you with the
Congratulations! You’ve not only married your best friend, but you survived the big day. There is so much focus on planning the wedding that it can be easy to forget that things must happen after your big day. I’ve compiled some of the most important things to remember to help you ease into married life.
It’s a new year, with new trends just begging to be worn. I decided to “take one for the team” and review countless bridal magazines, websites, and photos from the Spring 2017 Bridal Fashion Week to bring you some of my favorite trends that will soon be all the rage. Trust me, it wasn’t the