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To Bling Or Not To Bling?

He finally popped the question! The date has been set and now you can finally start planning the wedding you've been dreaming about ever since you were a little girl. First and foremost, though, you must ask yourself a very important question - to bling or not to bling?


This question might sound funny at first, but it raises a very important point. How decked out do you want your wedding to be? Do you want a dress glittering with rhinestones, or would you rather keep things simple?

Your friends at WhereBridesGo.com are here to help you find your dream wedding style with this fun simple quiz. Answer honestly in order to ensure the most accurate response!

How Accurately Do The Following Statements Describe You?

I love getting dressed up for the day - I have to make sure my hair and makeup are perfect!
A.  Does not describe me.
B.  Somewhat describes me.
C.  Describes me perfectly.

Getting a mani-pedi is my favorite way to wind down after a long week.
A.  Does not describe me.
B.  Somewhat des…

5 Things You Forgot To Budget For

The wedding budget... the most challenging aspect of wedding planning that most brides and grooms will face. Just when you think you've thought about every possible expense and planned ahead for everything, another detail pops up out of nowhere and completely disrupts the delicate balance. Don't get caught off-guard! Here's a snapshot of some of the things most brides forget to include in their budgets.


1. GratuitiesMany wedding vendors will add an automatic gratuity to their total bill, but they may not include the gratuity in their initial quote (or it may be hidden in the fine print). Even if the gratuity is not automatically included, many wedding vendors will expect gratuity for their services. This goes for your caterer, your DJ/band, your hair and makeup stylists, servers, bartenders, and any other staff assisting with your big day. Don't forget to discuss their gratuity requirements/expectations with your vendors ahead of time so you can include the added expens…