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Miss Manners Explains: Wedding Invitations Wording in the Modern Era

  As technology advances, invitations have evolved to take many forms. However, one thing remains constant – wedding invitations are among the most significant pieces of mail that anyone can receive. They are much, much more than just a piece of paper – they are a reflection of your love story and the exciting celebration to...

Sarah + Kishan’s Indian Fusion Wedding at the Briscoe Western Art Museum

Sarah and Kishan found love in New York, but life brought them to Texas. And, instead of returning to New York for their nuptials, they decided to bring some big city style down south for their Indian fusion soirée at the Briscoe Western Art Museum. The chosen color palette consisted of various soft blush tones,...

Establishing a Wedding Registry Miss Manners Explains the Dos and the Don’ts

Congratulations on your engagement! This is such an exciting time filled with many things to accomplish. To ensure your guests receive all the necessary information about your wedding, it is recommended to create a wedding website before sending out save the date cards. Your wedding website should include all the relevant details about your wedding,...

Amanda + Mihyar’s Sudanese-American Wedding at the St. Anthony

Amanda and Mihyar chose the St. Anthony Hotel for their traditional Sudanese wedding ceremony and American wedding celebration, as the hotel offered a timeless, elegant ambience that would complement both experiences. Contrary to the American tradition, the Sudanese wedding ceremony occurs after dinner, so Amanda began in a long silhouette of pure white lace and...

Marianna + Nick’s Intimate Mediterranean Holiday Garden Wedding at Home

  Marianna and Nick chose Marianna’s sentimental family home for their Mediterranean garden inspired wedding celebration. A color palette of grey, beige, metallic and blush neutrals created both a modern, yet romantic aesthetic. Marianna’s favorite flower, the Forget-Me-Not, was incorporated into the design plan through a custom logo created by the Girl General. A romantic...