A New Frontier for the Texas Bride.
Weddings West is distributed free of charge to local businesses, bridal events and visitors centers west of DFW.
Our experienced creative team blends current trends and real life situations to create a publication that sparks joy and is a reliable resource for brides and families planning a wedding and uniting families.
The incredible culture west of DFW offers a beautiful and affordable place to raise a family.
Weddings West offers a platform for all of the extraordinary vendors to network and to be discovered.
Stay in touch with top wedding trends and get inspired by each couple that has an original story to share.
Get Inspired by Texas Brides
Browse weddings west of Fort Worth. These couples have original love stories and style. Every family is unique and each of these brides have gush worthy details and trends to follow.
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Our experienced creative team of editors and designers blend current trends and real life situations to create a publication that sparks joy and is a reliable resource for brides and families planning a wedding west of the Metroplex.
Kelsey Wallen, Editor-in-Chief
First Time Home Buyers Tips
Probably one of the most important elements of a wedding are the memories you take with you – Kaitlin Rodgers knows this better than anyone. Besides being the featured photographer for our cover, we asked Kaitlin to share some of her experiences that can elevate your wedding day.
Boy, did 2020 throw us all off or what?! As the wedding season comes to a close we know this year’s effects will last well into 2021. From postponed weddings to brides ready to go big after extra time to plan their weddings, 2021 will be a unique year for weddings. Here are some trends we see emerging for this next year.
Weddings: Social Distancing Style
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic we are in the middle of a new trend in weddings has emerged Socially Distanced Weddings. Never would we have thought things like masks and color-coded bracelets would become standard for weddings, but here we are… it’s 2020.