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From glamping grounds to backyards, vintage camper trailers have undeniable appeal.
Floral fragrances, soft shades of pink and diamond tiaras befit a blushing bride
This spring, brides are ditching the monochromatic compact bouquet for the more-is-more version, according to a few of California’s go-to florists.
Silver Lake-based jewelry designer Daria de Koning got her start designing custom engagement rings before launching her own line in 2006;
“I want people to feel as if they’ve entered their art-collecting great-aunt’s walk-in closet in Beverly Hills,”
Take a page from Priscilla and Elvis Presley’s playbook and kiss singledom goodbye in Sin City.
No one quite knows how to throw an over-the-top Vegas soiree like Dawn G. Hume (socialgalevents.com).
Everything you need to create your first home sweet home.
From accessory boutiques to door-to-door couture, shopping for the big day has never been easier.
When model and actor Lydia Hearst and comedian Chris Hardwick first began their courtship, they bonded over a love of all things sci-fi and country music.
Writer Molly Creeden looks back on her Colorado union to husband Collin Creighton.
When L.A.-based event planner Beth Helmstetter visited Haiti following the devastating earthquakes of 2010, she had an inspired idea:
As engagements traditionally go, jewelry designer Yves Spinelli’s proposal to his partner in life and work, Dwyer Kilcollin, came as a surprise to the bride-to‑be.
Fashion’s newest iteration of the classic chignon turned heads at New York designer Ryan Roche’s Spring 2017 ready-to-wear presentation.
Three emerging California wedding creatives reveal what the new season holds for fresh, fabulous design.