All About You

As the big day nears, you may find you have fewer and fewer hours to yourself. It's easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of planning a wedding. Read these tips for handling delicate etiquette situations, combining your own wishes with those of your family and friends, centering your emotions, and remembering to pamper yourself. If you're feeling stressed, take a deep breath and remember: It's all about you.

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The four words no one wants to hear out of a bride's mouth: "You ruined my wedding!" Whether the bride in question is your best friend, your daughter, or (worst of all) your spouse-to-be, there's no going back after those…

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George Clooney may have two Oscars under his belt, but he’s just as famous for who gets to take off that belt as he is his acting ability. Rarely seen without a gorgeous young girl on his arm, the silver fox painted…

Weddings and parenthood have one major thing in common (besides one often leading to the other, that is). Both the act of planning a wedding and the act of raising a child can turn mild-mannered, reasonable people into…

The problem with honeymoon planning is that a honeymoon comes after a wedding–you know, that gigantic event that took all of your planning energy already. The point of a honeymoon is to take a deep breath and relax…

Months–and sometimes years–go into creating the perfect wedding day. You'll see bridal magazines bursting with ideas to make your day perfect. You've pored over every small detail to make sure it's exactly the…

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