The average cost of a New York City wedding is $88,176 - more than three times the national average. But for some Manhattan brides-to-be, that number would barely cover the cost of the dress, never mind the flowers, the wine, the catering, the band, and... ah yes, the venue. For the girl who's about to have it all, here are the city's nine most lavish places to get hitched.
Rooftops AND brunch in the same sentence? That's right, the combination of your two favorite weekend pastimes does exist, and we have just the guide for anyone interested in exploring the best spots in NYC to be caught indulging in rooftop wine-ing and dining. Eggs always taste better 10 stories up, anyway.
Oh, the Olsens. When they're not hosting cigarette-filled weddings, breaking the internet, or staring deeply into the depths of your soul, they're buying very lucrative real estate. Guess they really didn't need that Full House reboot money after all.
Impending nuptials? Dreaming of your big day? Just really into cool photos? There's an Instagram for that. More specifically, there's our Instagram for that. In February we announced the launch of GofG Weddings, a whole new section of the site dedicated to getting you ready for (and showing off) your bridal bliss.
Frozen, fruity, or on the rocks? Celebrating Cinco de Drinko - wait, we mean Cinco de Mayo - means pitchers on pitchers of margaritas. But no matter which way you stir them, a classic margarita can rack up around 250 calories - per drink. That being said, there really are no super miracle low-calorie, low-carbohydrate drinks, but there are some ways to drink all the tequila without packing on the pounds.
You've finally set a date! All that's left is to make sure everyone knows to save it! Oh, and to plan a wedding, but that's another thing entirely. Navigate the etiquette of social stationery, and don't miss a beat with our definitive Save the Date Rulebook!
Ever since the tense relations between Cuba and the U.S. have begun cooling off, the idyllic island in the Caribbean is all anyone can talk about. And while the less jet-set among us can always have a taste of Cuba right here in NYC, for the fashion world, nothing beats the real Havana. Which is why Karl Lagerfeld and his cohorts took to the city yesterday for the Chanel Resort 2017 show.
Wedding season is upon us, and thus, now is the time for planning. Take a look at Event Planner Extraordinaire Sofia Crokos's tips to planning the loveliest bridal shower brunch to celebrate your upcoming celebration.