I suddenly understood why I felt this intense pressure to make my lesbian wedding so wildly spectacular — to stick to the homophobes.
Love them or hate them, we are now in wedding season. For many of us, it means we need to find the perfect wedding guest look.
According to the website, WeddingWire.com, the average bridesmaid spends $1,200 on one wedding. Where does that money go?
Whenever anyone asks me about wedding details, I smile and say we’re working on it while I silently freaking out. I have so much anxiety over my engagement.
I couldn’t imagine having to tell anyone that I was...divorced. It’s so silly when you really think about it: about 40-50% of marriages end in divorce.
Julianne Hough and hockey player Brooks Laich just got married and the pictures and video will make you cry and scream #RELATIONSHIPGOALS!
As much as I love the idea of family, I actually like not being married, and I actually like not being a mother right now.
Arran and I joke that no one wants to go to a wedding, not really— and maybe that’s true, but (perhaps naively) we had thought of the day as a gift to everyone involved, including ourselves.
"Our wedding took place one May morning, outside of a historic house that overlooks the river running through our college town." Image: Pixabay, Veton Ethemi
In art school, conversations about the merits of polyamory thrived, but hearing anyone express a genuine desire to get married almost never happened. It was almost taboo. The implication was, how could you want something so traditional? So suburban and unimaginative?