Q. My fiance and I have hit a road block in planning our wedding party. He has many close guy friends wants at least seven groomsmen (preferably more). I only have about four very close girls and one or two girls beyond that that I feel somewhat close to. I would love to have my four girls be my bridesmaids and that's it. He wants me to find at least three more and is not into the idea of an uneven number of bridemaids and groomsmen.
There is just something about this classic wedding that is so positively refreshing. The simple details and stark black and white color palette elevate the event to the level of a stunning formal affair. Everyone from the bride and groom to their wedding party and guests are dressed to the nines in handsome attire. The long-sleeved scooped-neck bridesmaid dresses are oh-so-chic and the flower girls' ballet-inspired outfits are beyond adorable.
Summer may be winding down, but wedding season is still in full swing! Though planning the big day can be difficult, planning the bachelorette party has its own challenges. Whether you're the maid-of-honor, sister, cousin, best friend, or the bride herself, setting a place and time and choosing what to do can be overwhelming. One recent suggestion that always seems to be a hit? A pole or burlesque party!