We’re heading into wedding season — and while most of the gift ideas are usually aimed at the bride and groom, what do you get your ever-committed wedding party?
Did you get engaged over the holidays? Shopping for a wedding dress in New York City doesn’t have to mean tears, bloodshed or giving the silent treatment to your maid of honor until after you get back from your honeymoon.
Wedding season is in full swing, with bridesmaids frantically shopping around the city for the perfect sexy or scandalous gift to surprise soon-to-be-brides. When searching for lingerie or gag gifts, these New York City stores are the best for bachelorette parties.
Lolita Healy, a celebrations expert, visited The Couch to talk about the latest in wedding trends. As she explains, many brides these days are taking a step back in time and exploring antebellum and vintage themes. Here’s how to do it right.
Celebrity planner and host of “My Fair Wedding”, David Tutera, makes fairy tale weddings come true, no matter how far fetched the theme. He joined the ladies of The Couch to show us how to make the wedding of your dreams on a budget.
Weddings are supposed to be memorable events, but sometimes they become memorable for all of the wrong reasons.
A wealthy animal rights activist broke the Guinness World Record for the most expensive animal wedding, held at the Jumeirah Essex House on Central Park South Thursday night. The event was valued at $250,000.
Cable TV is getting ready to chronicle another sports-related celebrity wedding, this time involving NFL wide receiver Chad Ochocinco and “Basketball Wife” star Evelyn Lozada.
Thought the hoopla surrounding Kate Middleton’s wedding gown was a little ridiculous? In the midst of the media whirlwind brought on by the Kardashian-Humphries catastrophe earlier this week, the bridal industry is just one of the victims.
Are you a bride-to-be? A wedding fanatic? Do you like cake? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the above, you may want to swing by the Brides Magazine White Hot Style Shop, coming to town Thursday.
Getting married is serious business, especially if you’re a member of the Kardashian family — those ladies sure know how to turn a profit, even on the most romantic of days.
The mother of the store’s owner says customers have been told to dispute charges with credit card companies. However, the credit card companies are telling some customers it’s too late for that.
How can you get that fairy tale experience but not pay through the roof? The author of “The Tax-Deductible Wedding,” Sabrina Rivers, joins CBS 2’s Emily Smith with tips on how to write certain things off from the wedding.
There are just two more lucky number dates left: 11/11/11, and 12/12/12. Then that’s it until the year 3,000.
If all those episodes of Say Yes to The Dress have your heart set on a designer dress, this event is for you.