Planning

Planning: Choosing the Wedding Date and Time

The wedding and the events leading up to the ceremony are steeped in ancient traditions. The month and day of a bride’s wedding was considered a very important decision. Many followed this rhyme when choosing their wedding month: Marry when the year is new, he’ll be loving, kind and true. When February birds do mate,
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Budget: 10 Ways to Save Money on Your Wedding Cake

1. Consider purchasing your cake from a non-commercial baker who works out of his or her home. 2. Consider buying your cake from a culinary school. If students are baking and decorating wedding cakes as part of their curriculum, you may be able to get a really great deal on a cake. 3. Keep decorations
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Planning: Wedding Inspiration Boards

Think back to when you were in high school and you would cut out pages of magazines and glue them all together in a collage on poster boards in your room or in your locker. Now forget about your favorite pop group and think about your dream wedding instead. There you have it, wedding inspiration
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Planning: Miscellaneous Wedding Day Tips

Here are seven tips to help you get through your big day with as little stress as possible. Be sure to pack a bridal emergency kit. You never know what might happen or go wrong, so you will want to make sure that you are prepared. A few things the kit should include are stain removing wipes, aspirin,
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Planning: The Day Before – Your Wedding Planning Timeline

Get a Little Girl Time  Indulge in a relaxing manicure and pedicure.  Invite your wedding party and have a little champagne toast and “bridesmaids brunch” Pay Attention to Detail Lay out all of your wedding attire and accessories.  Shoes? Jewelry? Veil? Something borrowed and something blue? Gather all of those little details for easy access tomorrow
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Planning: 2 Weeks Out – Your Wedding Planning Timeline

Final Count Call any guests that haven’t sent back their response card (there will almost always be a few and you do have every right to know whether they’ll be attending.) As soon as you track down your final numbers, give the final count to the caterer. Musical Chairs It’s time to complete the seating
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