Have you ever been to a wedding and thought, “What will they think of next?” Here are some records that might astound you!
Historically, June has always been the most popular month for weddings. There are many ideas of why this month is so popular.
This blog by Meg Porteous offers insight into dealing with some of the sensitive areas of relationships and weddings.
We have some great new books and magazines in the Wedding Neighborhood . . . check us out today!
Your DIY wedding is a snap using the library. Here are questions our Wedding Specialist repeatedly answered during a recent appearance at a local bridal fair, where we helped hundreds of brides-to-be. Maybe we can help you too.
FREE TICKETS available for the 94.5 Country Bridal Fair at the downtown Topeka Ramada on January 25th and 26th
There is much much to be found in Wedding magazines at your library. Head back to the Wedding Neighborhood in the West Wing and check them out today!
This generation’s bride is deeply settled into the Digital Age. With a smartphone or tablet at hand, there are many apps to make the wedding planning experience much easier. Here are a few apps to get you started. You will need to see which ones work with your iPhone, android, tablet or other device. Have fun!
Choosing a venue for your wedding may require a fair amount of time and effort. But without a place to hold your special event, everything else must wait.
Whether you are planning a traditional wedding in a place of worship, or a contemporary celebration in your neighbor’s pasture or on a distant beach, your ceremony is going to reflect the personalities of you and your significant other. The average couple may write their own vows, but they will likely leave the rest to […]
It takes a whole industry to prepare for a wedding: florists, bakers, photographers, decorators, musicians, planners. The list goes on and on. Getting to the point of being ready for a wedding means there has first been a proposal. Hmmm . . . who helps you plan that? Believe it or not, there are now […]
Brides can spend months, maybe even years, planing the wedding of their dreams. If you don’t have that kind of time, come to the library for our helpful 1-day wedding workshop.