It’s just like you dreamed . . . he declares his love, surprises you with a ring, you fall into his arms and say, “Yes!” And then, boom, reality hits and you’re up to your tiara in guest lists, menu choices and bridal magazines galore.

When it comes to planning a perfect wedding day, there are hundreds of details to consider and scenarios to plan for. However, none of them will mean anything if you don't have a wedding photographer in place capturing each and every memorable moment.

Brides are choosing heirloom china to keep family traditions alive. But what do they do when a cherished set is incomplete? They turn to experts to help find out-of-production patterns.

Honeymoons are big business in the United States. With an average of 2.4 million weddings occurring each year, those happy couples spend $8 billion a year on their honeymoon. With that kind of serious money going into a great honeymoon, it’s no wonder that brides spend a considerable amount of time and effort planning what to pack.

Every bride-to-be deserves a wedding as special as she is, and to have her personality, taste and style dominate her big day. Planning a wedding can be stressful -- from organizing seating arrangements that make everyone happy to coming up with all the deposit money you’ll need. Putting your personal stamp on the day, however, doesn’t have to be difficult at all.

This spring, it will be difficult to tell if a bride is walking down the aisle or making her way down the red carpet. After a year-long love affair with the boxy trapeze dress, designers are emphasizing the waist and adding elegant details.

On your big day, you want everything to be a true reflection of your taste and style. From looking beautiful when you walk down the aisle to personalized party favors, there are so many elements to think about when planning a wedding.