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Advice: The 411 on Prenups

411 Prenup

Prenup is a word that many people who are engaged are uneasy to hear about and discuss with their partners. This is due to many reasons, but the most common is because they feel offended that their partner is considering  the possibility of a failing marriage down the road. The truth is that while it
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Advice: The Second Time Around

Getting married a second time

When a bride is getting married for the second time, there is an endless list of things to consider before and after walking down the aisle. Here is a list of some of the most important items to think about before taking the plunge: ENGAGEMENT Who should I tell first? If you have children from
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Advice: Golf Course Romance

A very good friend’s son is getting married in a month or so. It’s truly a destination wedding, although the destination is our local public golf course! This is an unusual but perfectly appropriate venue for them to tie the knot. They grew up together on this course, even competing against each other in local
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Advice: Wedding Memories

When it comes to getting married late, I think I have more friends than most that have waited until they well into their 40′s before they dove in. Whether they were unable to commit or couldn’t find the right one, or both, I can count 5 guys who were past their primes before they took
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Advice: Glossary of Wedding Cake Terms

Basketweave – A piping technique that features interwoven vertical and horizontal lines made to resemble a wicker basket. Buttercream – A smooth, creamy icing that stays soft. It can be in any color and flavor. Also makes a good filling. As the name suggests, buttercream contains a lot of butter, so it melts easily in
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Advice: What is Thermography

Thermography is a printing process where ink is applied to the paper and, while still wet, is dusted with a resin powder.  The paper is then baked, which fuses the ink and powder, giving it a raised effect.  It gives the appearance of engraving, but is a more cost effective alternative.

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Advice: Some Wedding Advice

Well you made it through the proposal and you seemed a little stressed over this event. Not that I want you stressed you out, but this is the most important ceremony you may ever be involved in and your bride/groom is depending you to keep them sane. Here’s some of my advice; Make sure you
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Advice: Some More Wedding Advice

This is some wedding advice that I picked up on the go. Make your fiancé happy, by being involved and having a genuine opinion. If you can communicate well during this it will go a long way with your marriage. The Venue I personally had to be involved because I love events and gatherings. For
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Advice: What is Letterpress?

Letterpress invitations are all the rage this wedding season. But you may be asking yourself, what are letterpress invitations? Letterpress is one of the earliest forms of printing text on paper. Johann Gutenberg is credited with the inventing of the movable press in the early to mid 1400′s to create printed images on paper. He
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