Movies about young love in the 60s are inevitably more weighty than those of today. Goodbye Columbus is no rom-com, although it does have a classic meet-cute by a country club pool. Based on novellas by Philip Roth, that’s where it parts ways with today’s flights of fancy about young relationships. Goodbye Columbus deals with … Read moreWedding Movie Recommendation! 60s Romantic Dramedy: Goodbye Columbus
The language of weddings is changing as the marriage equality victories multiply. (Don’t fret Utah – California has seen this movie and we know the good guys win in the end.) As I wrote recently, the term “bride” is feeling a bit outdated for some to-be-weds. We want all couples to feel welcome at our showcase … Read moreBridal Shows? Old news. Welcome to the age of Wedding Shows!
Ah the calendar. Tomorrow, the 4th of July falls on a WEDNESDAY for the first time in many years. For those with office jobs whose vacation days are comparable to certain rare truffles in the food world, this is a big deal. There are calculations by which you can take only a few days off, … Read moreThe 4th of July Non-Weekend. Bad for Brides? Good for Guests? You decide.