NEW YORK (AP) — Wedding planners, photographers and other bridal vendors who make the magic happen have a heap of new worries in the middle of the pandemic: no-mask weddings, rising guest counts...
NEW YORK (AP) — Guests are jittery, travel is tangled, and soon-to-be brides and grooms are facing tough choices because of the coronavirus outbreak: postpone, cancel or forge ahead with their...
To fix a defense that statistically was the worst in Ohio State history, new coach Ryan Day went to the wedding planners' playbook: something old, something new, something borrowed, something...
SOUTHINGTON, Conn. (AP) — Lauren Wodnicki's kitchen is clean and she's going to keep it that way. It's a requirement of the cottage food operator license she is pursuing to start a home baking business, Lauren Loves Cake.
Wodnicki and others hoping to sell food they've prepared in their kitchen started to apply for a new license that became available on Oct. 1 after years of lobbying the General Assembly.
MILTON, Ga. (AP) — A Georgia wedding planner came in handy for one couple who nearly had more than $2,000 stolen from their reception.
News outlets report Kristina Dardo was arrested Saturday after planner Ashley Baber noticed her among the wedding guests, "holding a jacket in an odd manner," and thought it a particularly odd garment for the 90-degree weather.
Today's weddings are often planned down to the tiniest detail, sometimes at great expense, to create a truly "perfect" day. But for better or for worse, one random element remains: the speeches and toasts that honored guests stand up and give.
Once, the little gifts that couples gave out to wedding guests were as elegantly predictable as just about every other aspect of a traditional wedding. A little bud vase printed with the happy couple's names, perhaps. Or a tiny faux-Lenox picture frame inscribed with the date.
Somewhere along the way, couples and wedding planners took a different approach. They figured out that fragile trinkets like these were often taken home and ignored, or, worse, left behind at the reception.