The date 11/12/13 is an iconic mark on the calendar that some North Texas couples have been waiting for all year.
Your child is going to be another year older, and it’s time to get creative and find something fun for your family. Here are the five of the best places to help you plan your party in the DFW area.
From designer boutiques to family-owned bridal businesses, DFW has a multitude of options for brides searching for the perfect bridesmaids dresses for their big day.
Full of glitz and glamour, ballroom dance is attracting folks of all ages. Whether you like it fast or want to go slow, you can put a spring in your step at these DFW dance studios.
Cupcakes began showing up at weddings a few years ago as alternatives to a tiered cake, and dessert options have grown from there. Here are some of the best places in Dallas/Fort Worth to find wedding cake alternatives.
If you’re looking for the perfect way to say thank you to your bridesmaids and groomsmen, these DFW places offer the best gifts you can find without having to bust your budget.
Stylish wedding venues in DFW are overwhelmingly plentiful and can prove to be a daunting task for brides who are having difficulty in narrowing down the venues.
Love was in the air, not for one couple, but for 21 couples that said I do this weekend.
From handcrafted papers to those monogrammed for a touch of class, you can shop pretty cards and papers to your heart’s content. Check out the best stationary stores in DFW.
Don’t let cost and poor planning ruin your big day.
Thousands of future brides visited the first day of the annual Dallas Bridal Show Saturday at Dallas Market Hall to try and find that perfect dress –– albeit, the most affordable perfect dress.
It might seem like an odd choice for newlywed wheels, but one local bride rode away from her wedding in the Wienermobile.