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Palm Springs is HOT and we're not talking about the temperature. The Palm Springs of the new millennium is young, chic, and a great place to party. Here are some of our own suggestions for local activities and “can’t miss” Palm Springs ceremony and reception locations.
Estate wineries, golf courses, day spas, new hotels and historic downtown areas exert an unquestionable appeal in the Tri-Valley area. We're going to take you on a quick tour of some the Other Wine Country's best wedding and special event locations.
In a time when most everything around us is mass-produced, it's a rare and wondrous thing to encounter a one-of-a-kind item, crafted lovingly by the human hand. Designer Shannon Presson's custom, handmade bridal bags...
In the 21st century, the wedding belongs to both bride and groom. Read why real men plan weddings.
The Big Day is just that—a big day. If you really want to nurture and sustain your marriage over the long term, developing solid relationship skills is the most important investment you can make. (We hear you groaning, but seriously) if you want to make sure your relationship is going to last, read more...
Rule number 1: Remember, your mother is only a temporary enemy. At times it may seem like your mother's desires are not aligned with yours, and that she has completely lost sight of the fact that this is your wedding...Read the rules for brides while planning a wedding.
In the old days, say, five years ago, here's how a bride-to-be might have gotten together with her best friends for a last fling: A few nights before her wedding day, they'd put on their high-heel sneakers and head out to party into the wee hours. These days, you can hire a planner for a customized bachelorette party.
If you want your marriage to succeed, you have to look out for your loved one. And that means being as open as possible about the last taboo—money. Read how talking about money can save your marriage.