Weddings (February 2013)

Planning a Washington wedding

Wedding planning in D.C. can be a tricky business — from hectic Hill schedules to finding the right budget for the event, it’s easy for brides and grooms to feel overwhelmed.

Fashion tips for the groom

Menswear is just coming off a breakout year, particularly for wedding fashion. While the groom’s attire tends to take a backseat to the bride’s dress, menswear has seen a steady resurgence in the past decade, and along with it a growth in tips and tweaks a groom can use to make the day equally his own.

Chaplain provides counsel, guidance

House Chaplain the Rev. Patrick J. Conroy’s reach extends well beyond the opening prayer at the start of each session of Congress. 

Getting creative and taking the mystery out of floral arranging

It might be surprising for some to find words like “flower” and “empower” in the same sentence. But that combination is at the root of everything Sarah von Pollaro — the Whole Foods “Flower Chef” — does every day.

Using history as a backdrop

Today, young couples strive to host the perfect wedding, but the perfect wedding cannot be complete without the perfect location.

USPS wants to plan your wedding — sort of

This Valentine’s Day, people across the United States will be making marriage proposals to their loved ones in the anticipation that they’ll hear that special “YES” answer they’ve been eagerly hoping for. 

Chefs help to satisfy wedding sweet spot

Whether you’re planning an elaborate wedding or a simple one, choosing a cake for your special occasion is perhaps one of the most fun decisions a couple gets to make.