The bachelorette party can seem like a crude, commercial ritual. But at its core are emotional ties that bind.
Should the cicadas arrive just in time for your wedding—biblical, unexpected, and yet, routine as clockwork—there’s nothing to do but carry on with the ceremony. Come hell or, in fact, high water.
For Israelis of a certain age, marriage beckons. But in this cradle of so many religions, a tangle of ancient rules and modern laws makes things surprisingly complicated.
Woody Allen and Mia Farrow* (not married) Then in April 1979, [Farrow] noticed a picture of Allen on the cover of this magazine. He had on a scruffy sweater and was...
Here are 10 things I learned—not necessarily directly—from planning my own wedding that don’t seem to get addressed much in the bridezillasphere. If you really...
What is it about summer that attracts both Eisenhower and the recently engaged? A consideration of the striking similarities between weddings and wars.
The wedding arrives, and our author finds his role is more than just that of guest. But playing the pious Hindu brother doesn’t come easy. The sixth in a series of travel essays.
As relatives gather for a wedding, Pasha Malla faces tough questions about why his family moved away from Jammu and Kashmir and tries to figure out what, exactly, they left behind. Part five of his travel journal.
You’re asked to buy an expensive, ugly bridesmaid’s dress, but aren’t invited to the shower. You bought the wedding presents years ago; they’re just in your closet.
A wedding invitation arrives without an RSVP card, and a bride wonders what to call a female “best man.”
Will custom-printed cocktail napkins take this celebration to the next level? No one cares.
The bride and groom just spent hours arguing over Dad’s new wife and whether she gets to sit at the head table. Now is not the time to piss them off. How the wedding party can stay in good graces.