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Wedding Planning

Wedding Disasters: How to Avoid Them and What to Do If You Can’t

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Obviously, the goal is to have the wedding day go off without a hitch, but few brides will know what it is like to have an entirely seamless wedding day.  Most will experience a few obstacles or, at very least, a couple of minor bumps along the way.  That’s okay, ...

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Deciding on Wedding Bands with Your Spouse-to-Be

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There are many elements of wedding planning that don’t have to involve both partners, if one does not desire to be involved.  In many relationships, most of the wedding planning is done by just one of those preparing to say vows.  That is perfectly okay, but when it comes to ...

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Whom Should You Invite to Your Rehearsal Dinner?

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When it comes to issue invitations – regardless of the event – there is always concern of leaving someone out.  However, there are some occasions that are most successful when kept small and intimate.  For most brides-and-grooms-to-be, this certainly applies to the rehearsal dinner.  So, let’s break it down, so ...

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5 Ways to Pamper Away Your Wedding Planning Stress

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There is no secret that planning an event as large and as important as a wedding can be extremely stressful.  For some, the solution is simply to hire a wedding planner.  However, if you have decided to tackle this process head-on, and on your own, then you may find that ...

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Proposal Accepted. What Comes Next?

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The excitement of having a diamond (sapphire, ruby, or other gemstone) held up to you with promises of lifelong love can be all-consuming.  Eventually, though, you have to move past that moment of thrill and begin to think about what comes next.  Assuming you are going to marry before friends ...

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Should You Consider an Early Day Wedding?

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In America, it is most common for brides and grooms to tie the knot in the late afternoon or evening.  The ceremony is typically followed by a dinner reception.  However, there is no rule that says that you have to follow the habits of the majority.  There is no reason ...

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When You and Your Future Spouse Must Pay for the Wedding

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Once upon a time, it was expected that the parents of the bride would cover the expenses related to the wedding festivities.  There were, of course, a few exceptions, often paid for by the groom’s parents.  However, in modern times this has changed.  It is far more common these days ...

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The One Area of Wedding Planning That Brides-To-Be Overlook

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There is so much to consider when you are in the process of planning one of the biggest days of your life.  Your wedding day is an event that you will remember for all of your years to come.  Even when the memories begin to fade, the photographs taken of ...

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Hit a Homerun with Your Wedding Registry

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Someone hands you an electronic wand and tells you to scan anything that you’d like to own, while you stand within one of your very favorite stores.  Suddenly, you understand why so many wedding registries include an assortment of oddly random things.  Whether you do your registry online or in ...

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Awesome DIY Wedding Favors That Won’t Break the Budget

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If you are planning for your big day, then you have likely already noticed how quickly a wedding budget can be spent.  When it comes time to decide on wedding favors, there can be a great deal of frustration tied to the cost, because even the cost of the most ...

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