Three wedding planners create moodboards spotlighting Pantone’s color of the year, Living Coral
When twin sisters Megan Young and Mandy Tamborini tried to find organic, chemical-free treats for their children with limited success, they decided to take matters into their own hands and launched Spun Sugar Detroit, an all-natural cotton candy company.
Roses and Peonies are two of the most sought-after flowers in bridal bouquets and they also make for pretty amazing — and effective — beauty products.
Give your littlest attendant the dress of her dreams with one of these oh-so-sweet flower girl frocks.
Pinning a boutonniere to your tuxedo seems like it should be easy — until you’re standing in front of a mirror, fumbling with a delicate flower in one hand and a sharp metal pin in the other.
Your bachelor or bachelorette party is all about making memories before your big day. Whether you’re into games, exercise or full-fledged pampering, gather your squad for an unforgettable experience at one of these metro Detroit hotspots.
"Nothing is worth more than laughter. It is strength to laugh and to abandon oneself, to be light.”While this quote is attributed to the late artist Frida Kahlo, it could easily be attributed to Diana Marsh, the owner of Ann Arbor’s beloved jewelry and lifestyle boutique, Thistle & Bess, and her fiancé, Matt Finney, a freelance graphic designer and Harper Woods native.
You can't get much more idyllic than a wedding ceremony held underneath a willow tree, overlooking a pond, a scenic vineyard, with a charming New England-style barn with wall-to-wall glass doors that provide a wonderful view of the surrounding landscape.
For LUXE Event Linen owners Colleen Galacz and Crystal Watkins, creating a gorgeous wedding tablescape is akin to creating the perfect outfit. Before co-founding their Troy-based, upscale event rental company, Galacz and Watkins both earned degrees...
The date is set, your venue is booked, and the guest list is complete. Do you need to send guests a save-the-date for your wedding? The answer depends on a few factors, says Tifany Wunschl, owner and lead designer of Gourmet Invitations.