VAIL, Colo. — Strippers and all-night binge drinking weren't going to cut it for my bachelor party.
He is a fourth-generation Tampa native whose family has a long history dating to Italy, but Anthony Scaglione flipped for the cultural attributes of Mexico during a study abroad program in Puebla in 2005.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The cherry blossoms began to bud along the Tidal Basin, a splash of pink consolation for Keith Bucklew and Mark Anderson, whose home state did not allow them the legal right to get married.
YBOR CITY — Water soaked the hem of Nicole Krawiec's Old Hollywood-style white gown as she spun around the dance floor in the Ybor City Museum State Park.
ST. PETERSBURG — He likes to say they met along the Gasparilla parade route in Tampa, and technically, that's true: They were in the same social group and attended a friend's private party after that.
Step off the elevators on the third floor of Two Wisconsin Circle in Chevy Chase, Md., and you might think you've been teleported to Silicon Valley.
ST. PETE BEACH — Just as they had dozens of times before, Christy Miller and Nathan Draus settled into seats near the back corner of the L-shaped bar at their favorite dive on the water to talk.
They had so many friends in common that, even now, Melanie and Phillip Dooley can hardly believe their own paths had not crossed before.
SAFETY HARBOR — The Sound of Music hooked Jerry Slutzky on musical theater at age 8. The Music Man sent him running to join the band, playing trombone like Professor Harold Hill in many high school productions. He landed the lead in The Pajama Game after law school, swapping orchestra …
NEW YORK — No bride has ever asked designer Mark Badgley, half of the Badgley Mischka duo, about incorporating a cold-weather look into her wedding ensemble. Coats and boots just aren't the stuff of fantasy wedding dreams, he says.