First dance songs, wedding reception songs … This list has a little of everything.
Oscar Mayer is giving couples the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to exchange their vows in front of the iconic Wienermobile.
When it comes to popping the question, timing is everything—and this hidden image puzzle is a good reminder.
The candy-coated almonds are a traditional part of many Greek, Italian, and Middle Eastern wedding celebrations.
Admission tickets will be 25 percent off until March 1, and children under 12 will get in free.
With some tips in mind, figuring out how much to spend on wedding gifts becomes a lot simpler.
From tropical beaches to picturesque countrysides, these are the most popular destination wedding locations.
If you’ve been attending weddings this year nonstop, you should ace this hidden-image puzzle.
Important information for anyone planning to get married in Las Vegas by an Elvis Presley impersonator.
Southwestern states Google ‘The Corpse Bride’ more than any other wedding movie.
From England to Japan, royal family members have been upending tradition and risking it all to be with the people they love for decades.
The phrase "tying the knot" originated in medieval times during the practice of handfasting, but still holds strong to this day.
The romantic gesture was a tribute to the heroism of their husbands-to-be who served in World War II.
Princess Diana's famous royal wedding dress—with its 25-foot train and 10,000 pearls—isn't often seen by the public, but a new exhibition at Kensington Palace promises to change that.
Brides or grooms with second thoughts are said to have chilly extremities. The origin of the phrase has a little something to do with poker.
Ahhh, the marriage proposal. Never has a tradition been surrounded by so much anxiety, planning, and the potential to be embarrassing and, well, even downright cringe-worthy.
Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer married at St Paul’s Cathedral in London on Wednesday July 29, 1981. The ceremony was one of the decade’s biggest events—for good reason.
It happened in ‘Shrek.’ It happened in ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral.’ What if it happens in real life?
You’d be laughed out of the wedding party for suggesting garlic for a bridal bouquet today, but it used to be pretty common.