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Everlasting Love

This year, my husband and I will have been a couple for 20 years. We started dating in February 2002 when I was 20 years old, and we’ve been together ever since. We got married in 2010, had our first baby in 2013, and after spending half my life with him, I can say that we are as in love today as we’ve ever been.
Bright Future - Letter From the Editor - 2021

Bright Future

As I sit writing this letter at the end of May, it finally feels like we are turning the corner with the coronavirus.

The New Normal

While the last year has been challenging (to put it mildly), the havoc wreaked by the pandemic on the wedding industry does have a silver lining: Weddings have become more intimate, personal, and inventive.

Celebrate Love

When the COVID-19 outbreak hit earlier this year, the wedding world ground to a halt. With stay-at-home orders in place, strict limitations on public gatherings, and fear of spreading the virus running rampant, couples across the country were left wondering what to do about their upcoming wedding celebrations.

Dream Big

There is something undeniably magical about horses. They possess a wild beauty and graceful strength that has captured human imagination for thousands of years.

Summer Days

Summer in Michigan — it’s glorious, isn’t it? Warm, lazy days at the lake, the bountiful locally grown flowers and produce, the laughter of children running after fireflies — summer in Michigan has an undeniable romance.

Where the Heart Is

Sometimes where you fall in love is just as precious as how you fall in love. For my husband and I, the leafy, tree-lined streets of the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus will always...

Royal Flush

When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, now known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, wed at Windsor Castle on May 19, the world watched, rapt.

Magic Moments

As the editor of this magazine, I spend a lot of time thinking about weddings and planning ideas for each issue. It is somewhat ironic that I seldom get a chance to simply be a wedding guest.