Special to OneWed from Marta of GigMasters.com Any animal lover knows that pets can quickly become a member of your family. With more couples living together and owning pets together before the wedding, and weddings taking a decidedly personal turn, it’s no wonder that a lot of couples ...

Ten planning tips from celebrity wedding planner, Yifat Oren 1. Avoid Clichés, Do the Unexpected Think outside the box and keep wedding guests on their toes by integrating new and original approaches to all aspects of your wedding. This includes everything from the type of food service you choose (plated ...

We asked you to cast your votes for the best wedding blogs of 2011! - Nearly 4,000 votes - 69 nominated blogs - 8 winners - 8 runners-up To announce the winners and honor all of the 69 Best of the Best nominees, we created a killer infographic that we're thrilled to ...

About Recycled Bride Couples typically spend up to 20 percent of their wedding budget on cut flowers. From bouquets and boutonnieres to centerpieces and aisle decorations, many weddings are awash in mountains of roses, lilies, hydrangeas and orchids. But aside from being terribly expensive, conventionally produced flowers also leave a ...

Special to OneWed by Amy C. for FiftyFlowers.com The fabulous ladies at Outstanding Occasions orchestrated this beautiful luncheon which hosted top wedding professionals from around the globe. Using a different wedding centerpiece at every table creates an amazing effect. Notice how well these unique designs work together, yet could ...

Toast-making is definitely a skill, and a memorable toast at your wedding is a must! Once you've selected your Maid of Honor and Best Man, and decided on who will be toasting you and your fiance, send them these five toasting tips from Julie Subotky, author of Consider It ...

About Bride Chic Imagine finding a online marketplace exclusively for weddings. And imagine that marketplace is a little bit like Etsy with some of Anthropologie's shabby-chic thrown in there. Wedzu.com has created a site just for brides featuring the biggest rising star indie designers out there who are ...

There's no such thing as proper wedding etiquette; what's 'proper' etiquette to some brides may not be proper to others. But of course, there are etiquette guidelines that can help you along the way. And it never hurts to read up on wedding etiquette tips and advice from ...

OneWed's Savvy Scoop is thrilled to be named a Top 100 Wedding Blog by BrideTide.com for the second year in a row! To be recognized alongside the cream of the wedding blogging crop is truly an honor! To celebrate, over the next few weeks we'll be showcasing ...

You can't beat planning advice and inspiration straight from the horse's mouth. Or should I say, the wedding industry expert's mouth. From wedding planners and stationers to wedding photographers and bridal designers, these top-notch wedding pros share their expertise so generously with wedding planning brides and grooms ...

Every bride is unique. Some dream of a vintage-inspired wedding, others want a chic modern affair. Today we're recognizing the Best of the Best in modern wedding blogs. And we need you to vote for your absolute favorite! 1. Austin Wedding Blog: Get the scoop on all things trendy ...

The wedding registry process should be a blast! I mean, this is the one time in your life that it's perfectly acceptable to expect gifts and ask for exactly what you want. But it's easy to feel overwhelmed when starting your registries. You've never done this before ...

1. Register Early: As soon as you announce your engagement, friends and family will start purchasing wedding gifts for you and your groom. It's totally acceptable, etiquette-wise, to start registering once he's popped the question. And remember that many guests will look to your registry for pre-wedding (engagement ...

The Fashion Week catwalks in New York, London and Milan were dripping with romantic lace. Many designers paired the feminine embellishment with hard accents (think zippers, leather) or competing textures (fur, feathers). And the finished looks were inspiring. To create a romantic atmosphere at your wedding ceremony and reception, try ...

We're asking our fans, followers, and fellow wedding bloggers to vote for their favorites from BrideTide's Top 100 Wedding Blogs list. Once we've blogged all our faves and tallied the votes, we'll announce the best of the best from the Top 100 list. The votes have ...

Special to OneWed by David Sheppard-Brick of Photos by DSB Step 1- The pickup line: Picking the right photographer is kind of like falling in love. If you’re planning a wedding, falling in love is a subject you should know something about. When you first saw your fiance, something ...

Anthropologie's launch of BHLDN means that this week, it's all about homespun goodness, bespoke bridal baubles and vintage-inspired finds. So, lovely brides, what's the best DIY/Bespoke wedding blog around? 1. Postcards & Pretties: daily DIY wedding inspiration to get your creative juices flowing. 2. Emmaline Bride ...

Last week I interviewed the great Michelle Rago. She's one of the most highly respected destination wedding planners around and recently partnered with Google to launch Google for Weddings. Psst... check out our Google Weddings work- a priority-based budget planner spreadsheet to get your wedding budget back on track ...

The best blogs for a cause take a stance and stand up for what they believe in! Whether it's all about planning an eco-friendly wedding, or advocating for marriage equality, these blogs are dedicated to changing the wedding world. Help your favorite blog for a cause win our Best ...