Online Dating The Most Common Way Newlyweds Met In 2017, Survey Says19 percent of brides said they met their spouse through an online dating site or social media this year; up from 14 percent in 2016.
1 In 10 Grooms Now Take Their Wife's Name, Study Says72 percent of married couples said they had adopted the husband's last name, down from the 97 percent of couples over 55 years old.
Marriage License Office Changing Hours In LaughlinThe office is currently open from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Thursday's Friday and Saturdays, but on October 9, the Laughlin office will instead be open on Mondays, Friday and Saturdays from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Former Brides Donating Wedding Dresses To Brides-To-Be In Wake Of Bridal Chain's ClosureBrides across the U.S. have been blindsided by the abrupt bankruptcy of dress brand Alfred Angelo.
Looking At Pictures Of Cute Animals Help Marriages Last, Study FindsAccording to a new study, pairing cute pictures of animals with pictures of your spouse can help improve a marriage.
5 Tips For Planning A Destination WeddingFive destination wedding planning tips from Sandy Malone, the star of TLC's Wedding Island.
Michelle Duggar Offers Marriage Advice In Blog ‘Be Joyfully Available For Him’Michelle Duggar “19 Kids and Counting” may or may not know a thing or two about keeping a man happy.
Marriage Cost To Go Up In VegasStarting July 27th, the fee for a marriage license in Clark County will go up from 60-dollars to 77-dollars.
Top Mormons Outline Support For Marriage For Man-Woman OnlyMormon leaders have vowed during an important religious conference to be prominent advocates for the belief that marriage is an institution exclusive to a man and a woman.
Gay Marriage Now Legal In ArizonaArizona Attorney General Tom Horne announced he will not challenge a federal court decision that cleared the way for same-sex unions in the state.
Group Wants Appeals Court To Hear Gay Marriage
Sin City Says 'I do' To Same-Sex Weddings An initial frenzied filing for Nevada's first same-sex marriage licenses followed by quickie late-night ceremonies gave way Friday to business almost as usual in the self-proclaimed wedding capital of the world.