Creative Invitations

January 28, 2019

Everyone knows how expensive wedding invitations can be—and how frustrating it is to spend money on something you’re sure the recipient will throw away immediately. But believe it or not, the invitation is one of the most important parts of your wedding: it’s the guests’ […]

Do’s and Don’ts Before the Big Day

January 28, 2019

Planning the perfect wedding is no easy feat. Of course, the payoff makes it all worth it! But to ensure nothing slips through the cracks, here are some tips and tricks to keep track of anything you might’ve missed. DO choose your perfect playlist! Whether […]

Honeymoon: U.S. Road trip

January 28, 2019

Ready to hit the road? Celebrate your wedded bliss with a cross-country trip that promises to get bride and groom closer than ever. After all, what better way to test your love than with 10 (or more) days in the car together? Don’t worry—we think […]

Say ‘I Do’ to Lawn Games

January 28, 2019

Outdoor receptions are the prime place for introducing lawn games, and they give guests something to do other than mingle. Make it work with these tips for turning cocktail hour into happy hour. Go Big or Go Home Opt for oversized games to make play […]

At Home Mag

Wedding Planning: The Perfect Timeline

January 28, 2019

Most engagements last 12-18 months (The Knot says 14.5 is the average), and that’s a lot of planning to cram into a short year to year and a half. Don’t miss a thing—the perfect timeline will get you from engaged to married without fear or […]

Flowerless Bouquets

January 28, 2019

Ditch the botanicals for a more modern bouquet. Brides everywhere are forgoing flowers in lieu of other handhelds on the big day. From broaches to non-floral greenery, learn how to lockdown this trend. Lori Cole, owner/designer of Lori Cole Events, shares some of the more […]

Pack a Punch of Flavor with Arugula

January 25, 2019

Original Recipes by the Fine Foodie Philanthropist Looking to add flavor without all the guilt? This month we’ve got all the deets on arugula and why it’s the answer to all our cooking needs this season. Aromatic and peppery, arugula packs a lot more punch […]

Do it Digital

October 31, 2018

Weddings tend to be a lot about tradition, but that doesn’t mean you can’t bring your nuptials into the 21st century. We’ve got a breakdown of some of the best ways to go digital when you say “I do.” Read on to modernize your big […]

Parents Magazine

Who will walk me down the aisle?

October 31, 2018

Tradition says that the father of the bride always gets to walk the bride down the aisle, but in modern families that may not be an option. It can feel uncomfortable to buck tradition in this case, but if for one reason or another you […]

Bride Guide: A Special Wedding Section 2018

October 31, 2018

It’s the holidays, and people are popping the question among friends, family, and sparkly lights. We want to help you craft the perfect memorable moment, and begin your planning with ease. Our Local Wedding Resource Guide will assist you in every detail needed as you […]

Berghold Estate Vineyards & Winery

August 28, 2018

Step into the rich history of the Berghold family, and Lodi itself, during your next trip to their esteemed tasting room—a personal homage of the American Victorian period. It’s here that friendships unfold and glasses fill with laughter, conversation, and rich, vibrant tastes. History: 85 […]

Mini Moon: Lake Tahoe

July 24, 2018

Whether it’s a getaway before the big vacation or the only honeymoon you’re taking, San Joaquinians can find the perfect escape in Lake Tahoe, with picturesque scenery, high-end accommodations, and year-round activities. Where to stay Splurge on an over-the-top, romantic spot near the lake. The […]

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