Weddings

  • HoneyBook Takes Traditional Wedding Albums Online & Makes Them Social

    HoneyBook Takes Traditional Wedding Albums Online & Makes Them Social

    Palo Alto-based HoneyBook is launching its online wedding albums service into private beta today, offering a way for couples to organize and share all the digital media related to their wedding, including photos, videos, music, and other content. However, the product is only available to professional photographers for now, who will then share the completed albums with their clients. Read More

  • YC-Backed Wedding Startup RegistryLove Lets Couples Register For Anything

    YC-Backed Wedding Startup RegistryLove Lets Couples Register For Anything

    Y Combinator-backed RegistryLove is officially debuting its universal bridal registry service today, and it already has 3,000 brides-to-be signed up to use it. And 750 of those signups occurred before the website itself was even finished. That speaks to the demand – and also the potential – in the newly hot “weddings” vertical which has recently been under attack from… Read More

  • WeddingLovely Takes On The Knot With Stress-Free Wedding Planning Service

    WeddingLovely Takes On The Knot With Stress-Free Wedding Planning Service

    WeddingLovely, a 500 Startups-backed wedding planning service, is opening its doors today in an effort to “humanize” the wedding planning experience. It’s no small feat to take on wedding industry giant TheKnot.com, but co-founder Tracy Osborn believes there’s potential to do exactly that because many find TheKnot “overwhelming, confusing and very… Read More

  • WedPics, Pinstagram For Weddings, Preps For Launch With Teaser Video

    WedPics, Pinstagram For Weddings, Preps For Launch With Teaser Video

    The wedding space is blowing up, with Appy Couple, Wedit, and Lover.ly offering brides ways to organize, plan, and share their wedding. But for attendees, something a little lighter may be in order. Perhaps, an Instagram-like sharing app that replaces those stupid disposable cameras. That’s where WedPics comes in. The service is prepping for an August 7 launch of the app and website… Read More

  • Sincerely Ink And Brit Morin’s Weduary Team Up On Wedding Invites Collection

    Sincerely Ink And Brit Morin’s Weduary Team Up On Wedding Invites Collection

    Sincerely, the startup behind photo and card-printing mobile apps Postagram, PopBooth, Sincerely Ink and Dotti, has partnered with Brit Morin’s latest venture,  Weduary, a service for designing social wedding websites. Through the new partnership, Weduary will now offer a special collection of wedding invitations and other wedding-related cards within Sincerely’s flagship… Read More

  • Robot "I-Fairy" leads nuptials at wedding in Japan (videos)

    We all knew this day would come eventually, and that day was yesterday: a robot called I-Fairy conducted a wedding, an official one. Needless to say that the wedding took place in Tokyo and that the robotic wedding conductor is the brain child of a Japanese robot company called Kokoro. Read More

  • Couple marries in zero gravity

    Erin Finnegan and Noah Fulmor of New York City got married over the weekend inside a Boeing 727-200 specially-equipped to plummet briefly into zero-gravity freefalls. Read More

  • Spanish copyright agency crashes wedding in search of copyright violations

    Flickr’d Imagine you’re at your wedding doing the ol’ “smash cake into your wife or husband’s face” move. It’s a great day, all things considered. The sky is the bluest it’s ever been and birds are fluttering around in a non-threatening manner. (That’s what weddings are like, right? I’ve never been to one.) A man dressed like Spy vs. Read More

  • Geeky Star Wars wedding looks like it was a lot of fun

    I’m likely never going to get married. Not that I couldn’t, indeed I do OK for myself, but because I’m not an idiot. Sure, for some of you it works out, but I’m not the type. If I were, I’d do like this couple from the UK: They did it all Star Wars style. Themselves and the rest of the wedding party dressed up as characters from the film, and it looks like it… Read More

  • Branson to marry couple in space

    I’m likely never going to get married, but if I ever do, I want to do as this couple is, in space. Branson’s launching Virgin Galactic next year as the world’s first space tourism company, this much is known. But now he’s announced that on Galactic’s first flight, he’ll be personally officiating a wedding, the first ever human wedding off of Earth. Now… Read More