• Wedding day outfit?

    Best answer: Have him wear white. it doesn't matter what people say.
    Best answer: Have him wear white. it doesn't matter what people say.
    14 answers · 14 hours ago
  • What should I do with my engagement?

    I am engaged, but I keep on thinking about another man. During my engagement party, I had too much to drink and accidentally kissed someone else. We swore to keep it in secret, but I can't stop thinking about him. I want to be with him, but I don't want to break my fiance's heart. I'd rather stay... show more
    I am engaged, but I keep on thinking about another man. During my engagement party, I had too much to drink and accidentally kissed someone else. We swore to keep it in secret, but I can't stop thinking about him. I want to be with him, but I don't want to break my fiance's heart. I'd rather stay with my current fiance and keep up a facade, but then I wouldn't be happy. What should I do?
    14 answers · 1 day ago
  • Hello expert wedding planners, I am getting married at the courthuse. I am a guy. Is it okay for me not to wear a tie?

    Best answer: You may wear anything you want to your wedding. That being said, I would talk to your partner and ask how (s)he wants to coordinate. Not even necessarily with colors, but in terms of basic formality ... if she is in a ballgown/he is in a tuxedo then you would look very out of place if you weren't in at least a... show more
    Best answer: You may wear anything you want to your wedding.

    That being said, I would talk to your partner and ask how (s)he wants to coordinate. Not even necessarily with colors, but in terms of basic formality ... if she is in a ballgown/he is in a tuxedo then you would look very out of place if you weren't in at least a suit and tie. Likewise, even a suit with no tie would look way too formal next to your partner in jeans and a sweatshirt.
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • Would you have a problem with making or selling a "Wedding Cake" to a same sex couple for their bid day?

    Best answer: If I was in the business of making and selling wedding cakes, then I'd make and sell wedding cakes to anyone who wanted a wedding cake and had the means to pay for that wedding cake. A lemon cake with coconut icing is the same cake whether it's purchased by a white person, a black person, a hetero person, a... show more
    Best answer: If I was in the business of making and selling wedding cakes, then I'd make and sell wedding cakes to anyone who wanted a wedding cake and had the means to pay for that wedding cake. A lemon cake with coconut icing is the same cake whether it's purchased by a white person, a black person, a hetero person, a homo person, an American citizen, a non-citizen, a religious person, a non religious person, an ex-felon on parole, or a person who has never been arrested, a Patriots fan, a Green Bay fan. They are all members of the public and I'm in business to sell cakes to the public, yes?

    I might have some general rules like "no X rated cakes" -- you know, a policy of "I only makes cakes that would be suitable for the whole family to see." But I wouldn't insert my own personal prejudices like "a Jew marrying Christian is by definition X rated," or "a black person marrying a white person is by definition X rated," or "a woman marrying a woman is by definition X rated." If your mind works like that, the problem is your mind, not the people who want to buy a cake.

    And if you believe that serving the public -- all the public, as required by American law -- is going to get you into trouble with an all powerful all knowing supernatural being, then going into the business of serving the public is an incredibly stupid career choice!

    The idea that one can exempt oneself from consumer protection laws by the simple expedient of asserting that one "one doesn't believe in" complying with the law is insane and, as Justice Ginsberg wisely predicted, is going to stir up a hornet's nest of insane litigation.
    11 answers · 6 days ago
  • How common is it for people to invite their fiance's sister to their hen night/bacholorette party??

    Best answer: Unless these gals are great partying friends of the bride.. more harm than good would usually come from it. Bacholorette parties are for old friends to celebrate their times together..

    I've never been to a Bacholorette party that had the groom's relatives there!
    Best answer: Unless these gals are great partying friends of the bride.. more harm than good would usually come from it. Bacholorette parties are for old friends to celebrate their times together..

    I've never been to a Bacholorette party that had the groom's relatives there!
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Wedding Etiquite?

    I’m planning a wedding and i want to send a rsvp letter with my save the date and then who ever sends the rsvp back to me gets an invitation simply i don’t get along with my fiancé family so i don’t want un invited guest to have information on where the ceremony and venue will be at and not rsvp and still show up... show more
    I’m planning a wedding and i want to send a rsvp letter with my save the date and then who ever sends the rsvp back to me gets an invitation simply i don’t get along with my fiancé family so i don’t want un invited guest to have information on where the ceremony and venue will be at and not rsvp and still show up so i was wondering would it be “rude” to have people rsvp with the save the date then send out invitations
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • Wedding balance between conservative family and crazy friends?

    How do I have an enjoyable wedding when my family is conservative Christian yet my friends are DJs, dead heads, and anarchist. (Please don't comment on my life style or who I hang out with). I am not a big partier or a conservative. Both my family and friends are valuable to me. I know my family would be upset... show more
    How do I have an enjoyable wedding when my family is conservative Christian yet my friends are DJs, dead heads, and anarchist. (Please don't comment on my life style or who I hang out with). I am not a big partier or a conservative. Both my family and friends are valuable to me. I know my family would be upset with my friends partying and I want my friends to have a fun time to celebrate my relationship (for them this is partying). I'm thinking wedding and reception for family and after party for friends?
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Would it be hard to plan a wedding in only 10 months?

    Best answer: Planning part you could do in a lot less time. Depends on how formal and how large the wedding will be. Venues can be booked up a year in advance on popular dates: florist, DJ, bands, photographers, reception halls. My daughter’s wedding dress took 8 months to get in. We took a full year to plan my daughter’s... show more
    Best answer: Planning part you could do in a lot less time.
    Depends on how formal and how large the wedding will be.
    Venues can be booked up a year in advance on popular dates: florist, DJ, bands, photographers, reception halls.
    My daughter’s wedding dress took 8 months to get in.
    We took a full year to plan my daughter’s wedding. It was for 100 guests and very formal. I lived in Illinois, she lived in California amd the wedding was in Indiana. You could do it in the same city easily in 10months. Book your venues first. And be very organized
    9 answers · 7 days ago
  • My mom is trying to control my wedding?

    My fiancé and I have started to plan our wedding, but we're being met with a roadblock at every turn: my mother. When we first got engaged we said we wanted an intimate wedding, inviting immediate family only. My mom freaked out, saying we had to invite all of her distant relatives out of respect. (Her... show more
    My fiancé and I have started to plan our wedding, but we're being met with a roadblock at every turn: my mother. When we first got engaged we said we wanted an intimate wedding, inviting immediate family only. My mom freaked out, saying we had to invite all of her distant relatives out of respect. (Her extended family is huge; our guest is now double). It wasn't what we wanted, but, to keep the peace, we agreed. Since then, she's told me she doesn't like certain people I've picked for my bridal party (and people from her side of the family she'd rather have included), has told me and that she hates the music we chose (and demanded we change it to more of the music she likes) among other things. On top of all that, she repeatedly tells me she hates the date we chose for our wedding, because it's "a bad luck day." She even considered buying a mermaid-style wedding dress to wear for the day. When I told her she couldn't, she got angry at me and told me I was objecting because I wanted her to "look boring." Every time I say or do something she doesn't like or agree with, she calls me a Bridezilla. I'm at the point where I don't want to share anything with her anymore -- I know that no matter what I do, she'll have an issue with it. I'm tired of her butting in and undermining mine and my fiancé's choices -- we're really happy with everything we've done so far. My fiancé and I are paying for the wedding entirely on our own. Has anyone else had a similar experience?
    9 answers · 6 days ago
  • Should I be mad at my sister?

    My fiancee and I are getting married. We have chosen our wedding party. We have included two of my cousins and one of my brothers. My sister is not a bridesmaid and she's very offended. She seemed very sad at the engagement party when she found out that she was a reader and not a bridesmaid. My sister left... show more
    My fiancee and I are getting married. We have chosen our wedding party. We have included two of my cousins and one of my brothers. My sister is not a bridesmaid and she's very offended. She seemed very sad at the engagement party when she found out that she was a reader and not a bridesmaid. My sister left the engagement party without saying goodbye to me or my fiancee. This hurt our feelings. My sister feels excluded because my cousins and our other brother are in the wedding party. My sister no longer speaks to my fiancee and she barely talks to me. My parents are also upset and surprised. I don't know why my parents and sister can't just be happy for us instead of thinking about themselves. Our wedding is about us. We can choose whomever we want to be in our wedding party. My mother says that it looks bad that my sister is the only sibling not included in the wedding party because cousins are in our wedding. My sister and I are pretty close. She has always been loving and welcoming to my fiancee. I guess that's why my sister is so offended. I think my sister is being selfish though.
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • At a wedding how many photos are usually taken of the bride and groom together?

    Best answer: Way more than 20. In today’s age With digital photos professional wedding photographers can take 6-12 shots of the same pose. they take photos of just the groom, just the bride. The couple alone, then with the wedding party, with parents, with friends, actions shots. You are talking hundreds and hundreds of photos.
    Best answer: Way more than 20. In today’s age With digital photos professional wedding photographers can take 6-12 shots of the same pose. they take photos of just the groom, just the bride. The couple alone, then with the wedding party, with parents, with friends, actions shots. You are talking hundreds and hundreds of photos.
    5 answers · 7 days ago
  • Should I ask my fiancee's sisters to be my bride's maid or only the ladies who are close to my heart?

    Best answer: This wedding is for you and your fiancée. No one else. Everyone in your wedding party should be people who care about the BOTH of you. They should be your best of friends/family. People that are near and dear to your heart. Not people you or your fiancée hardly get along with or don't know very well.... show more
    Best answer: This wedding is for you and your fiancée. No one else. Everyone in your wedding party should be people who care about the BOTH of you. They should be your best of friends/family. People that are near and dear to your heart. Not people you or your fiancée hardly get along with or don't know very well.

    However, you should ask your fiancée what they think about it. If his sisters are near and dear to him, maybe it is important for him. Just like if you have a brother who is near and dear to your heart and has been there for you, you could ask your fiancée if he would be willing to have your brother as a groomsmen.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Where would you get married?

    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Should I attend this wedding?

    So I ve been invited to a wedding in Asia and I live in Africa. My ex will definitely be there because mutual friends of ours are getting married. I would basically have to spend all my savings (despite having a different adventure planned for this year). I feel really guilty about not wanting to go (mostly... show more
    So I ve been invited to a wedding in Asia and I live in Africa. My ex will definitely be there because mutual friends of ours are getting married. I would basically have to spend all my savings (despite having a different adventure planned for this year). I feel really guilty about not wanting to go (mostly becuse of the little issue with my ex who, btw is also engaged >6 months after I broke up with him and the disproportionate expenditure). If I do go and behave myself, I would, however, be the ultimate friend. The more I think about it, the more angry I get at the groom, who basically said that "I m telling you ahead of time so that you can get your affairs in order, so you have to come". This is probably misdirected anger, but if I don t go, they will definitely never be angy at me. It would be disappointing if they don t want to be friends with me anymore, but honestly, I ve pushed away enough people in my life to know that it isn t the end of the world.
    21 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What do I do ???

    This year on September 30 2018 Will be my mom and dad 30th wedding anniversary but my dad will not be here because he passed away last year with cancer. so i'm not to sure if i should still give my mom an wedding gift or not ? what do yous think i should do ?
    This year on September 30 2018 Will be my mom and dad 30th wedding anniversary but my dad will not be here because he passed away last year with cancer. so i'm not to sure if i should still give my mom an wedding gift or not ? what do yous think i should do ?
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Average cost for an event planner?

    What's the average cost for an event planner? Does it depend on the type of event? Do you pay up front or as you go? I'm thinking about hiring a planner for a wedding but i've never hired a planner for anything so any information is appreciated.
    What's the average cost for an event planner? Does it depend on the type of event? Do you pay up front or as you go? I'm thinking about hiring a planner for a wedding but i've never hired a planner for anything so any information is appreciated.
    5 answers · 1 week ago