An Equestrian-inspired nuptial
A couple’s shared passion leads them to forgo the traditional walk down the aisle in trade for a horseback ceremony. Both avid equestrians since an early age, the bride and groom exchanged marital vows late last summer in the main riding ring at the century-old Seaton Hackney Stables on South Street in Morristown.
Wedding bells ring with personality
“Something old, something new; something borrowed, something blue” has long been a traditional wedding day mantra. But more and more, today’s brides and grooms are opting to put their own unique stamp on their celebrations. See what non-traditions are becoming traditions.
Adding the personal touch for less
Wish there was a way to give your wedding personal details and still save money? There is! Do-it-yourself is the newest trend in weddings, and you don’t have to be all that crafty to pull it off. By choosing just a few projects to take on yourself you’ll still keep your wedding checklist manageable.
Destination: New Jersey
Many couples today choose to host their wedding somewhere far away —known as a “destination wedding” — often because of a special attachment to or affinity for the location. But planning a destination wedding can present complications for the couple and their guests. Luckily, you don’t have to travel to get that “destination-wedding” feel — it sounds contradictory, but you can have one right here in New Jersey.
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