Wedding hashtags have become a staple in today’s wedding world. It seems like a simple way for anyone who takes pictures during the event to categorize them so the bride and groom can easily find them later.
The problem is it's not easy to comb through every social media site searching for a hashtag that may have been used improperly or forgotten altogether.
And that’s how wedding photo sharing apps came to be.
When it comes to engagement and wedding rings, there’s a ton of buzz around the rock, but what about the metal?
If your day-to-day activities might put significant strain on your ring, metal durability and hardness should be high on your priority list.
Start with the seven metals below, keeping in mind that achieving maximum durability or hardness often comes with sacrifices in other areas, like the ability to customize or re-size or a loss of luster over time. Consider all your needs when zeroing in on the perfect metal for your wedding band.
When you first begin planning your wedding, it seems so far away. You peruse bridal magazines and blogs at your leisure, collecting ideas for your Pinterest board as your dream wedding begins to materialize.
You watch your countdown slowly tick away the time, and all of a sudden you’re within just a couple short weeks, with a lot of tasks left on the checklist.
The moment of a marriage proposal is a blur, whether or not you are the one down on a knee or you are the one with a ring placed on your finger. No matter how much you want the moment to last forever, it goes by all too quickly.
Sure, having friends snap pictures and videos on their smartphones or hiring a photographer are great ways to document your moment forever. But what if you want to relive your emotions from the “ring’s-eye-view”?
Aside from the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, it’s also a great time to reflect on our good fortune, family and friends and to recall the fond memories of the past year.
Our thoughts quickly turn to the fun we had in helping plan a holiday proposal in New York City last year, as part of our Perfect Proposal contest. We are in a bit of disbelief as we celebrate the one-year anniversary of Matt and Linda’s marriage proposal at the top of the Empire State Building.