And we’ve got 10 reasons for you to throw at anyone who talks about how marriage is a “dying institution”. More
People who say otherwise are just jealous haters. More
17 year old child bride Courtney Stodden is frolicking in the snow in a red bikini, because that is a completely reasonable thing to do. Her 51 year old husband is dressed up in a Santa suit. This is not ruining Christmas or every vision of Santa we’ve ever had for us at all, because we are disconnected from reality. Images from Celebuzz. More
For those of you who have been dreaming of getting married for your whole life (we don’t know you, but we’ve heard you’re out there) but haven’t yet found your mate, here’s some good news: you can still walk around smelling like a bride. More
It’s actually very pretty (ahem, KimKardashian). More
And not just because of her terrifyingly spray toned abs. More
Meghan Keane is getting married in October. This column is helping her cope.
According to a few moms I know, the act of giving birth changes a woman’s approach to modesty. After your bottom half has been exposed to a room attentive technicians for a few hours while you attempt push a baby through a very small hole, women appear to care less who sees them naked.
If that’s true, shopping for a wedding dress must be practice for that rite of passage. Except you usually get to keep your panties on. More
We know what you want: MORE WEDDING PICTURES. And we have it for you right here, you fiends. We believe this covers every conceivable angle of Ms. Wittstock’s Armani Privé gown, worn today at her religious wedding ceremony (yesterday was … More
[SPOILER ALERT] In the weeks leading up to the release of “Bridesmaids,” all kinds of noise was made about how much was riding on this ensemble cast to prove, once and for all, that women can be funny. More
So, here it is — the highly anticipated first knockoff of Kate Middleton’s wedding dress. More
There’s an article in Marie Claire [print] called “Marrying Mr. Wrong” which is subtitled “I Cried All The Way Down The Aisle”. One former bride says that she wasn’t ‘in love’ when she got married and felt her wedding “was like knowing you have a work meeting but you don’t want to go.” To which I’m left wondering: why? Why would you ever get married to someone you didn’t love? More
I don’t have many regrets. I believe we learn from all of our experiences, good or bad. There are lessons in our experiences intended to help us grow. But if I am being entirely honest, I do have one. It is a huge one. I have never really been in a relationship. I am in my thirties and I have never dated a man for more than a few months.
There’s something a little…unromantic about buying a wedding dress at the same place you might buy bulk quantities of Cheez-Its. Also, it seems a little too likely that you’d dirty up the dress as you ventured forth into the store to eat all the samples.