Planning

Etiquette: Children Allowed or Adult-Only Wedding?

Yes, I’ll be Inviting Guests with Children: When inviting children to attend a wedding, it’s important for the bride and party to understand that it could either go flawlessly, or there could be some disruption. To minimize the possibility of the negative possibilities, we’ve compiled a list to help keep the children occupied and the adults content:
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Planning: To Rent or To Buy?

Finding the perfect wedding dress is one of most important and exciting for a bride to check off her list. But what happens once you find “the one”? Do you buy or rent it? Photo Credit: Rent The Dress.com Choose to Rent: Selecting to rent your wedding dress comes with its advantages and disadvantages. The
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Planning: Unique Wedding Registry Ideas

Wedding registries aren’t limited to large department stores, in fact, there are a ton of ideas for the modern day bride and groom. With an abundance of online options, thinking outside of the big box stores has never been easier.  Your guests can help with everything from your honeymoon to helping fund a charity that
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Get Social: The Wedding Edition

In today’s technological age, many people use social media websites daily. Whether it is to keep in touch with old friends, connect with new friends, or stay up-to-date on the latest news, sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram continue to increase in popularity. Since social media websites are integrated into peoples’ every day lives, they
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Planning: Planning a Bachelorette Party – Part 2

Planning a friend’s bachelorette party can be a great time. Below we’ve gathered some tips for you to make sure your bride and her entourage have a fantastic and fun filled farewell to the single life. T-minus two weeks: 10.) Double check any reservations that you have made. This includes transportation, hotel, entertainment, and even
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Planning: Planning a Bachelorette Party – Part 1

Planning a friend’s bachelorette party can be a great time. Below we’ve gathered some tips for you to make sure your bride and her entourage have a fantastic and fun filled farewell to the single life. About six to eight weeks prior to the event: 1.) Talk with your bride about what type of party
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Budget: The Second Time Around

If you are beginning to plan an ‘encore” wedding, do not assume your parents will be willing to finance the event. The financial responsibility lies with you, and your groom. If a family member, or close friend, offers you help financially, you may accept graciously and show your appreciation. Your parents may offer their home
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Planning: Wedding Themes, Quotations and Phrases

Personalization of all aspects of your wedding is in style and here to stay. Some couples personalize their wedding favors and decorations with monograms or a certain symbol. A very popular way to personalize things is using a favorite quote. Choosing a beautiful quote can be difficult. Here are some appropriate quotations and phrases for your wedding day. Use them
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Planning: Tips for Groom – Part 3

Give him the wheel- let your groom choose the wedding day transportation and put him I charge of booking it. Make sure he covers transportation for the entire wedding party to and from all events on your wedding day Trust his fashion sense- The two of you should discuss limitations of course but give him
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