Celebrity Red Carpet Style: Get the Look With These Bridal Fashion Week Wedding Dresses By: Ivy Jacobson Tweet If you loved Taylor Swift’s crop top moment at the American Country Music Awards or Kendall Jenner’s legs-for-days look at the MuchMusic Video Awards this year, you can steal their red carpet style for your wedding day! We saw lots of wedding
Bulk Up Your Wedding Bouquets and Centerpieces With Eucalyptus! By: Libby MacCarthy Tweet Besides being a dietary staple for animals like koalas and a popular scent for candles and essential oils, eucalyptus makes a great addition to your wedding décor. From bouquets to centerpieces and even accents for your cake, this hearty green is not only pretty, it’s
Photo: Courtesy of Tiffany & Co. Once you've found the man of your dreams and you're ready to start dropping hints about engagement rings, you should have a clear vision of how you want your dazzler to look. To help kick off your search, we rounded up nine easy steps to help you find your ideal ring.Step 1: Browse on Pinterest One simple way to
Photo: Getty Images Elizabeth Taylor was a bride eight separate times, and each trip down the aisle remains memorable for different reasons. Her two weddings to Richard Burton and her high-society nuptials to future Senator John Warner immediately come to mind, but none are quite as unique as her October 21, 1991, wedding to construction worker
Photo: Arte De Vie Victoria Voelker and Bill Bristol had known each other for years before they started dating. "But he was friends with my brother," says Vicki, "so we had to wait until my brother was studying abroad and out of the way before we started flirting." They quickly fell for one another, and Bill proposed in New Orleans's City Park (with
Photo: Cincinnati Enquirer The Notebook strikes again! Like Allie and Noah and California's Don and Maxine this past summer, another incredible love story comes our way. Ohio couple Helen and Joe Auer survived the Great Depression, World War II, and had 10 children together over the course of their 73-year marriage. And, in keeping with their
Photo: Lane Dittoe Amaryllises are starting to come into season right now, making them the perfect choice for fall and winter weddings. The blooms come in a wide range of colors and sizes, from crisp white to pale pink and deep orange to rich burgundy. Some varieties even feature striped and variegated petals, which are always incredibly striking.
Photo: Harrison Studio What if your ideal wedding venue just happens to be your own home? You get married there, obviously! You and your groom may already live together, want to save money, or one of your sets of parents has a house that would be perfect for a wedding ceremony and reception regardless, these kinds of at-home events are
Photo: Getty Images It was a rocky summer for music's most powerful couple. After one notorious elevator ride and a number of breakup rumors, Beyoncé and Jay Z did what they do best: Shut down all of the divorce whispers via steamy lyrics (Did you listen to Queen Bey's "***Flawless" remix?), knockout performances (um, the entire On the Run
Photo: Marcela Polo Ultra-flattering eyeshadow, gorgeous lipsticks, the quickest fix for shiny skin — here's the makeup we're most excited about this season — all perfect for your wedding day! Rouge Dior Baume ($35, available at Sephora): This lipstick/balm hybrid adds gorgeous color, while keeping lips soft and plump. Try a bright
Floral wedding bouquets are beautiful, but they have a very short shelf life. Paper bouquets made from the pages of your favorite books? Those will last a lifetime. Bride Victoria Garcia decided to incorporate her love -- nay, obsession -- with Harry Potter into her bridal bouquet when she tied the knot in July 2014. Credit: Sweet Leaf Photography Garcia told The
In preparation for our wedding, my fiance and I purchased just about every form of insurance we could in an effort to safeguard against inclement weather and random acts of God. But sometimes the confluence of events you face can't be planned for, because you would never imagine them occurring in the first place. Such was the case when my close friend and I
Showtime's new drama, "The Affair," presents two perspectives of the same tragic love story. This leads to a series of conflicting accounts most concisely referred to as "Rashomon" moments (named for the famous film by Akira Kurosawa). Are such mismatched perspectives a realistic account of the way we remember our lives? HuffPost Entertainment spoke to "The Affair"