In just the span of a year the entire process of planning weddings has completely changed. Weddings today require creativity to pull off. The upside is that ceremonies, receptions and elopements are more special and unique than ever. These ideas include the new rise of micro weddings and backyard weddings, which are no less special than the large venue weddings that were ubiquitous just one year ago. There is also information about Sunday weddings and Friday weddings which are very normal now. It is rounded out by unplugged, low tech weddings, which are magical, and some thoughts on wedding safety. Enjoy.
45 Backyard Wedding Ideas to Make Your Own
Explore our backyard wedding ideas from real weddings, which include inspiration for every aspect of your big day. Your outdoor ceremony, reception, cocktail hour, and more will simply stun with these backyard wedding ideas.
Unplugged Weddings Are the Tech-Free New Trend
What to know about the unplugged wedding trend that asks guests to put down their phones.
How to Plan a Micro-Wedding, According to Experts
In the COVID era, micro-weddings are all the rage — and they might just be here to stay. Here’s how to plan one of your own.
The Return of the Micro-Wedding
COVID-19 has brought small-scale affairs back into style—as larger events entice public ire.
Everything You Need to Know About Planning a Zoom Wedding
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, more and more couples are taking their weddings to video conferencing platforms, such as Zoom. If you’re hoping to tie the knot on your original wedding date with guests watching from the safety of their own homes, here’s what you need to know.
Why You Should Consider a Weekday Wedding, According to 40+ Wedding Pros
After speaking with more than 40 industry experts about weekday weddings, we discovered an enviable list of perks when it comes to getting married during the week.
The Exact Wording for Every E-mail You’ll Have to Send During COVID-19
Thanks to COVID-19, wedding communication is tricky right now. Here, how to word every message from quick email updates to official announcements.
Some states are allowing large weddings for spring — is it safe to go?
Although large weddings are getting the green light in states like New York, attending weddings during the pandemic comes with risks.