From what time of day you should propose to not overthinking your engagement photos.
The long-time friends bring their bright, bold style to the streets of Calgary (and the pages of their blog).
Whether you want a more woodsy or urban vibe are looking for a historic building or somewhere a little quirkier, these locations are some of the best options for your engagement photos.
Local jewellery designer Lindsay Saunders opened a bright and airy workspace and retail shop in Mission.
The local wedding planner, who was proposed to in Banff, became her own company's first engagement client.
Two-sided furniture and putting the back of your sofa to the door are options.
The custom home builder's family home combines efficient built-ins, clever cut-outs and expansive windows to draw the outside in and create a warm, light-filled space.
There are collars, leashes, bow ties and bandanas decorated with watermelons, cityscapes and Canadian rapper Drake's face.
All this and more in our monthly round-up of Calgary store openings, shopping news and style events.
The executive director of the Kensington Business Revitalization Zone shares her love for rosemary polenta loaf, coffee milkshakes and the Sunnyside off-leash dog park.
Up-and-coming models from the Calgary-based modelling agency wear the looks you'll love this fall.
This neighbourhood has women's apparel, bicycles, locally made goods, art supplies and more.
Not only does fall indicate back to school season for many families but it is also a time where major job-hunting happens. Learn how you can give a hand up to Calgarians who need it.
With the help of designer Jeffrey Reidl, Becky and Colin Feasby carved a woodland oasis out of an urban address.
An Apron Made By a Motorcycle Upholsterer, a Weekend Bag Crafted in Downtown Calgary and Textiles from an HGTV Expert
Three things to buy right now.
All the products in this new PETA-approved store are ethically made, cruelty-free and vegan.