Monthly Archives: February 2011

Planning: Being a Considerate Wedding Host – Part 2

Think comfort. Mentally walk yourself through every aspect of your ceremony and reception as if you were a guest. Is their adequate seating for everyone during the cocktail hour? Have you provided a chance for out of town guests who don’t know anyone else in attendance to "break the ice"? Have you provided adequate menu
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Kids at Your Wedding, Part II: Kid Food

A Candy Bar is fun for adults and kids! Image courtesy of Our Wedding Plus. At the last wedding my family went to, my kids thought they had died and gone to heaven when the waiter rolled out with plates piled high with chicken fingers, fries, and individual serving bowls of ketchup, just for them.
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Planning: Sticky Situations – Who do I Have to Invite?

There are so many “dos” and “don’t” involved in saying I DO! Different sources quote different answers to the same questions and every family and social circle is different. With so many factors to consider it is hard to find a right and wrong answer to all those little nagging etiquette questions. When all else
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Planning: Being a Considerate Wedding Host – Part 1

Being a considerate wedding host- how to make sure guests talk about your wedding all year in a good way Some parties really make an impression. Weddings are usually that kind of party. The question is will guests be raving or ranting when discussing your wedding reception. It is very important to consider your guests
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Uncategorized: Ring Buying on a Budget

If you are a budget-savvy bride, I hope you are familiar with the amazing Hip2Save and Belles on a Budget blogs! Last week, Amy from Belles on a Budget provided a super informative guest post for Hip2Save entitled “8 Tips to Snag a Hip Ring Without Breaking the Bank.” We’ve excerpted just a few of
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