The key to harnessing your mother's talents, time and enthusiasm for your wedding is to give her a clear plan as to what you want her to do in the wedding planning process, which will create a win-win situation for both of you.
You can ask your mother to help you in creating a budget for the wedding and reception (especially if she's making a large financial contribution).
Have her join the bridesmaids in planning your bridal shower (especially when it comes to the guest list and finances).
Ask your mother to come long when you check out ceremony and reception venues.
Lori Sciame October 28th, 2014There's no need to hide behind tradition on your wedding day. Instead, let your personality shine. While you may not want to snub all traditions, you can tweak them to suit your taste. That's the great thing about being a bride in 2014. Guests expect, and appreciate, individuality in
When it comes to style and fashion trends, it is never too early to think ahead. For current bridal gown designers, fall 2015 is on their minds. Next year's styles include simple styles in elegant silhouettes, lace embellishments, A-line skirts, and two-piece gowns. The gowns have gotten a little more dramatic, a little more ethereal, and a lot more romantic. Today's bride is all about wearing items that are