Sometimes a few tips from a pro are all you need to get back on the right track. Get your wedding planning organized with the advice in these articles.
How has the Internet changed the wedding industry?
The marriage of the Internet and the wedding industry has been a match made in heaven. Find out how the Internet has changed the wedding industry. See more »
Big Wedding Blunders
Avoid these wedding blunders to come across as the cool, confident bride you really are! See more »
Wedding Withdrawal: How can you cope after your big day?
How can you cope after your big day? Read about wedding withdrawal and coping without the stress of wedding planning. See more »
10 Rules Every Bridesmaid Should Follow
Being a bridesmaid is an honor, but it requires some very practical, supportive behavior. Check out 10 rules every bridesmaid should follow. See more »
Finding the Right Season for Your Bridal Style
Should be you a warm-weather or a cool-weather bride? Read about finding the right season for your bridal style. See more »
10 Completely Awful (and Anonymous) Bridesmaid Tales of Woe
Despite all the planning that goes into a wedding, sometimes there are missteps, mishaps -- even major disasters. Read 10 bridesmaid horror stories. See more »
Why Your Wedding Officiant Matters
The person who pronounces you husband and wife can have a big impact on your vows. Read about why your wedding officiant matters at TLC Weddings. See more »
10 Stay-cool Tips for Summer Brides
How can summer brides stay cool? Check out 10 stay-cool tips for summer brides at TLC Weddings. See more »
The Ultimate Wedding Planning Quiz
Wedding planning doesn't have to be stressful; it can be a lot of fun. Take our quiz to test your knowledge of wedding planning. See more »
To Have, Hold and Hyphenate: Your Married Name
Will you hyphenate your married name? Read about the ins and outs of choosing your married name at TLC Weddings. See more »
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