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This ad does something ‘rare’ — it shows a woman proposing to a man

The Booking.com ad drummed up buzz after airing during the Grammys

Jackie Kennedy’s wedding is still talked about today. But the African American designer who made her dress continues to be written out of the story.

For Ann Lowe, who designed the bridal gown, the event was a nightmare

Worried about the costs associated with being a bridesmaid? Here’s what to consider before accepting the invitation.

Being part of a wedding party can be a huge financial strain — especially if you don’t tally it all up beforehand

The glaring problem with father-daughter dances

There are many traditions built around the father-daughter relationship. But millennial dads don’t need an excuse to hang out with their daughters.

How to put a lifetime of love into words

Five women on how they wrote their wedding vows — and what they chose to say

It’s okay to hate your wedding day

Since childhood, women have been told that this day should be ‘perfect.’ It’s time to drop the charade.

This company wants to transform the way brides purchase wedding gowns into a luxury online experience

Is the bridal-shop trip with besties in trouble?

It’s proposal season. How much of the wedding should the bride’s parents pay for?

Hint: You’re not obligated to follow tradition

Amid big changes to the bridal industry, David’s Bridal has filed for bankruptcy protection

A boom of online bridal retailers, plus a trend toward couples marrying later, has shifted the landscape

As maid of honor, I had the chance to be seen as a woman — not just a woman in a wheelchair

On display at a wedding, I was seen in the best way