Millennials typically choose to rent longer, delay buying a house, and get married later in life. We surveyed 600 millennials to find out why.
We surveyed men across the country to nail down what different “types” of men want this holiday season. Use our gift generator to find the perfect gift.
Update: Okay, so we couldn’t have possibly predicted that 2020 would go down the way it did, but these dates still stood up for elopements and micro weddings.
We recently rounded up the best cities for LGBTQ+ couples to get married, but what about their bachelor and bachelorette parties?
We asked couples across the country: which version of babe, baby, honey, or sweetie do you call your partner… causing everyone within earshot to cringe?
Sure, the whole “celebration of eternal love” thing is great, but we all know the reception—and the drinks served therein—is the best thing about any wedding.
We reviewed the bios of 5,000 dating app users across the 25 largest cities in the U.S. Why you ask? Innate curiosity, and because we like to suffer.
The conversation about moving in together will eventually come up. Whether your lease is running out or you’re getting married, it’s an exciting stage to reach in a relationship.
Weddings have become so expensive that many couples are opting to take out loans in order to finance their nuptials. Interested in learning more? Read on (no more puns, we promise).