We just added 4 new articles about finding great local live music for wedding receptions in Philadelphia, Newark, Boston and Indianapolis:
Philadelphia Live Wedding Bands
Newark Live Wedding Bands
Boston Live Wedding Bands
Indianapolis Live Wedding Bands
Check out all of our complete local wedding guides: Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, the San Francisco Bay Area, Boston, New York City, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Miami, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Newark, Houston and Chicago. They can help you hire everyone you need, from photographers & florists to officiants & reception sites!
And we'll be launching new local weddings guides soon! Keep checking back for updates, and let us know which city you'd like us to represent next!
We just added 3 new articles about to finding the perfect local wedding vendors:
The Dallas/Fort Worth Wedding Day Hairstylists Guide
The Las Vegas Live Wedding Bands Guide
The Boston Wedding Florists Guide
And check out our complete local wedding guides for the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, the San Francisco Bay Area, Boston, New York City, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Miami, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Newark, Houston and Chicago.
New Yorkers have voted the Bow Bridge as the most romantic spot in Manhattan's Central Park.
The story behind Bow Bridge…
- Named for its resemblance to a violinist’s or archer’s - or Cupid’s - bow, Bow Bridge’s dreamy setting over the sprawling Lake has inspired many a lovers’ stroll.
- Designed by Central Park co-designer Calvert Vaux and his assistant Jacob Wrey Mould and built in 1862, Bow Bridge is the second-oldest cast-iron bridge in the United States. The Bridge spans sixty feet across the Lake, linking the cultivated and flowering landscape of Cherry Hill with the rustic and sprawling woods of the Ramble.
- Bow Bridge is one of the most photographed spots in the Park and is provides the romantic backdrop for many wedding proposals and classic film shots.
Looking for the perfect spot for your wedding photos? Look no farther! And if you're planing a New York City wedding, look no farther!
We just posted a great guide to finding your wedding cake baker in New York City!
How sweet New York is, what with the sweet smell of Broadway, the sweet smell of success, and, most important on your wedding day, the sweets! Finding the right cake-baker in the Big Apple should be as exciting as the city itself, and just as crowded with choices. “New York is one of the culinary capitals of the world,” says chef David Brian Sanders, “so bakers are aplenty.”
Check it out! It's the latest addition to our New York Wedding Guide.
And check out our other regularly-updated local wedding guides as well: Miami, Philadelphia, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles the San Francisco Bay Area and the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.