A farm-to-table reception strikes the perfect notes of abundance, beauty and life, even when the nuptials are in a gay bar turned antiques bazaar.
Josh Radnor takes you to Ben Lee and Ione Skye's otherworldly Indian nuptials, where Amma, a divine manifestation in human form, officiates.
Linda Daly shares her experience of planning a green wedding in L.A., from invitations and venues to wedding dresses and flowers.
An array of wedding cakes—Hummingbird, Green Tea, Old-Fashion, Croque en Bouche, Coffee Crunch, Imagawa-yaki—from some of L.A.'s best bakeries, such as Patticakes in Altadena and Jin Patisserie in Venice.
Details on our Wedded Bliss fashion story.
Mary Murphy profiles the various ways matchmakers help you to find your dream guy or girl, from online Websites to high-end personal shoppers.
Gustavo Arellano explains how traditional Mexican-American weddings, including his own sister's, are becoming a thing of the past...and why that's not necessarily a bad thing.
After 20 years of marriage and an inadequate proposal, Jim Moret surprised his wife by getting down on one knee and taking his beloved as his bride all over again...in front of their kids, friends and family.
An insider account of how four cultures blend together to make one diverse wedding in Greece, including a three-religion ceremony and as many as nine languages in play.
After being asked to perform her neighbors' wedding, Sue Smalley talks about the steps she took formally officiate the wedding and memories that flooded her when thinking about her own big day 34 years earlier.
Raymond and Byron Moya carry on as a hospital admissions clerk and a labor organizer, even as they evolve into marriage-equality activists. “From neighbors to grocery-store clerks,” they say, “our community has embraced us as a gay married couple.”
Howard Rosenman recalls how his Jewish Orthodox nephew in Israel met the woman of his dreams after she was presented to him as an "arranged" spouse.
Senior Editor Jod Kaftan tells why he gave up bachelorhood after years of swearing by it—and how the right woman changed his mind.
The best presents go beyond the wedding registry. It's the truly unique and smile-evoking gifts—ones that come from the heart—that are most memorable.
Dale Atkins, PhD, psychologist, commentator on NBC's Today Show and author of Sanity Savers: Tips for Women to Live a Balanced Life, shares tips on how to really prepare for your wedding.