Articles published by Diane Hall
Want your bride and groom chairs to stand out from the rest at your wedding reception? Here are a few ideas for marking your newlywed seats.
Prepping to tie the knot in la belle province? Here’s what you need to know to make your union legal.
Ready to set up a wedding registry? We’ve got etiquette tips and advice to make the wedding gift experience great for you and your guests.
Even after all the browsing for inspo, advice from friends and careful planning, there are some things that might surprise you on your wedding day.
From classic gifts to honeymoon experiences, here is the ultimate list of items to consider adding to your wedding registry.
The process of setting your wedding date is a bit more involved than simply pointing to a day on the calendar. Here are eight important factors to consider when choosing a date for your big day.
Your wedding vows aren’t enough for the government. To make your union legal, you need to get a marriage license. Here’s how to get married in Canada.
Are you looking for ways to celebrate in Canada’s hottest season? Here are some of our favourite wedding ideas for summer.
Ready to seat your guests for a memorable celebration? From a casual cocktail reception to a family-style feast, we’ve got all the best wedding reception seating arrangements.
Looking to create the perfect setting for your “I dos”? Here are 18 creative ideas for your wedding ceremony seating.
The right lighting can make all the difference to your wedding venue. Here are 30 ways to create a romantic mood.
Want to wow your wedding guests? We’ve got some wedding entertainment ideas that will add that extra oomph to your celebration.
From welcoming your guests to sharing your hashtag, here are 55 unique wedding signs to keep your guests inspired and informed.
Looking for wedding table decorations? We’ve got 30 stylish looks to get your creative juices flowing.
Getting married on The Rock? Then you will need to get a marriage license in Newfoundland and Labrador to make your union legit.
Getting married on the Island? Then you will need to get a PEI marriage license to make your union legit.