WASHINGTON — Who needs balloons and doves released in the air when you have a weed bar to take your wedding guests higher? According to Mashable, two Oregonian love birds took their matrimonial bliss to…
Did you meet your future spouse in a D.C. Public Library? You may soon have the opportunity to marry there. The fiscal year 2016 Budget Support Act, tentatively adopted by the D.C. Council last week,…
WASHINGTON — The invitations are out, the dress purchased and a hotel booked. After months of preparation and a maxed out line of credit, the wedding day is finally here. Did you remember to buy…
It’s no laughing matter: More comedians are finding big business in the wedding industry, as couples look for laughter in one of life’s more serious moments.
D.C. Superior Court’s Marriage Bureau was open on Feb. 14, 2015 for some special Valentine’s Day weddings.
In need of some wedding inspiration? Maybe you should look to our favorite storybook princesses for style ideas.
From getting wedding sponsors to getting guests to pay for dinner, modern brides are becoming creative in keeping their wedding costs down.
When it comes to wedding receptions, there is one debate that has the potential to get heated: wedding band versus disc jockey.
Of course you want your best friends at your wedding – so what if
Lots of love: The stories behind the people who walk into D.C.\’s Marriage Bureau on a Monday afternoon.
What does it take to pull off a sustainable and environmentally-friendly wedding?
Who gets married on a Tuesday? Nobody — unless the date is 11/12/13.
The company known for its digital invitations and free e-cards is turning back technological time – Evite is offering hard copy invitations, to supplement its free e-cards.
Wedding season is fast approaching and many brides-to-
be are eyeing the latest in wedding roadkill-
A new website, Cold Feed Questions, offers
counseling for brides or grooms debating whether
to back out of a wedding.