Keep your wedding theme consistent all the way down to your day-of beauty products and accessories.
Like the catwalk, the lives of the royals can provide endless inspiration for your special day.
From modern mules to pretty peep-toe pumps and more, make your way down the aisle in one of this season’s trending shoes.
After running a flower shop with multiple locations in Colorado for 10 years and creating floral designs for up to six weddings every weekend, a case of burnout nudged florist Elizabeth Carter to look for a change.
When rumors whirled that the royal wedding on May 19 between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, an American actress, would feature a banana cake, pastry chefs across the country received overwhelming requests for confections infused with Prince Harry’s favorite fruit.
Let your wedding invitations stand out with a pop of color and unique design. From metallic lettering and lace embellishments to watercolor artwork and sleek calligraphy, these envelopes from Michigan-based creatives will leave a lasting impression.
“Detroit is an absolute oyster,” says New York City event designer David Monn, who became acquainted with the city after designing a gala at the Detroit Institute of Arts. “It’s full of jewels — Eastern Market, Belle Isle, the DIA.
By now, you’ve picked your venue, settled on a theme, and said, “yes” to the dress. Play off of these elements as you gather inspiration for your hair and makeup aesthetic for the big day.
"Making your own wedding bands is so special,” Amy Weiks says. She and her husband, Gabriel Craig, are metalsmiths, and they made each other’s rings. Now, they teach a two-day couple’s wedding band workshop at their studio, the Smith Shop, through Detroit’s Center for Craft and Applied Arts.