WASHINGTON — An exuberant groomsman took the phrase “wedding crasher” too far, and has some explaining to do. In a cringeworthy YouTube video, an unidentified groomsman and bridesmaid’s entrance into the reception room didn’t go…
WASHINGTON — It’s a love story…and they said “yes”! Just got married in a parking lot and about to walk into Taylor Swift #1989tourphilly #casualfriday A photo posted by Katy (@ktswift1122) on Jun 12,…
At the gleaming white marble D.C. World War I Memorial on the National Mall, Celia Lewis, 30, married Mattie McGhee, 32, over the weekend.
For most, Pi Day is an annual excuse to indulge in a big slice of delicious pie. But this year, one couple is taking their Pi Day celebrations to the extreme with a March 14 wedding at a local pizza shop.
WASHINGTON — A couple who wed during the weekend in Hawaii was asked to move their ceremony so President Barack Obama could play golf during his vacation. Bloomberg Politics reports that Natalie Heimel and Edward…
A couple made Southwest Airlines history with in-flight nuptials
WASHINGTON (AP) — Arena Stage is searching for the perfect match this month in a contest to give away a free wedding at the Washington theater. The contest is inspired by the upcoming production of…
D.C. chefs have embraced the pop-up concept for a few years now; artists and retailers have also welcomed the model. And now, couples looking to tie the knot can join the pop-up trend.
Ahead of Memorial Day, a video of a U.S. Marine\’s special appearance in North Carolina is quite the tearjerker.
Those video proposals or flashy messages on
the giant stadium scoreboards cost people a lot of money.
On Veterans Day, a local bridal store will give away wedding gowns to thank our nation\’s military brides.
It takes a lot of energy to plan a wedding, while also balancing life\’s other obligations and demands. Just make sure your fitness routine doesn\’t slip through the cracks.
Great News! You\’ve been invited to a friend\’s wedding. That\’ll be $600, please.
Today\’s groom has a lot to say to say about his wedding — and strong-minded brides are not so happy about it.
Wed-tech, like ed-tech, is one of the region\’s strong suits. And
Wednesday\’s Supreme Court ruling is very likely good news for that