And some for much, much less.
Straight line distance to the cheese.
One question: Is it open bar?
The Supreme Court Justice isn’t able to attend, but still responded to the invitation. What a lady.
Yeah, you might wanna crop the photobombing shirtless guy out of this one.
Whether you’re throwing a lavish party or a courthouse gathering, you can always save yourself some hassle.
Warning: The site has the potential to trigger Geocities flashbacks. Viewer discretion advised.
Calling Katherine Heigl.
This is a terribly sad story.
Grab the tissues and let’s get emotional.
Jen Doll, author of Save the Date: The Occasional Mortifications of a Serial Wedding Guest, and J. Courtney Sullivan, author of The Engagements, talk tying the knot.
I mean, why not?
So, a wildfire starts burning around you and it’s terrifying, sure. But it also makes for a hell of a wedding photo.
Because no one wants to hang out with Bridezilla.
Yeah, so a giant Beauty And The Beast mural is definitely cooler than a flashmob.
The feature showcases over 30 bridal looks, but this couple kills the competition.
Why, married people, WHY???
Featuring celebrities reading mean tweets about themselves, an epic Michael Jackson impression and the cutest baby goat you ever did see.
As if those #PutARingOnIt photos weren’t bad enough already.
Forget the big kiss, nothing is more beautiful than the the “reveal” moment right before the ceremony. Photographers from The New Art Of Capturing Love provide ample evidence.
Are you destined to always be the bridesmaid, and never the bride?
In sickness, in health, and in unimaginable awkwardness.
There will be tears.
You don’t have to DIY every part of your special day to stay within your budget.
We asked photographers from the book The New Art Of Capturing Love to share some moments and lessons learned while photographing a couple’s big day.