Monthly Archives: August 2015

American Wedding: Coordinating a Theme for Your Wedding

What type of bride are you? You may not be so sure. If you are feeling pressure to start planning your wedding, one of the necessary factors you need to determine is a bridal theme. This may include a color scheme of two or three shades. What type of things do you like? This can
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Advice: The Top 5 Tips for Mailing Wedding Invitations

One of the most time-consuming parts of a wedding involves assembling and mailing out the wedding invitations.  Typically, wedding invitations feature multiple cards, including the actual invitation, plus inserts for the reception, and even maps.  Once you have everything put together, beautifully addressed with calligraphy, and ready to go, you may think the hard work
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Advice: Simple Ways to Make a Statement with Wedding Invitations

  Wedding invitations are a way to announce to your guests the specifics of your wedding, including the date, time, and venue.  In addition, they also help reflect the overall theme, whether it is a more casual wedding ceremony, or a more formal affair. Wedding invitations can help clue guests into what they can expect. 
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Advice: Plan Your Wedding in Less Than 90 Days

Most brides will probably tell you it takes a long time to plan a wedding.  In fact, a lot of brides take a full year to plan a wedding, using each month to make critical decisions regarding the day, from the wedding contractors to the dress and invitations. However, it is possible to plan a
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Ceremony: 8 Reasons to Choose a Winter Wedding

Many young girls dream from a young age of someday becoming a bride on a day filled with sunshine and blue skies.  In fact, according to premier wedding planning website, The Knot, June is the most popular month of all to tie the knot.  Other popular wedding dates include those in August, September, and October.
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American Wedding: 6 Tips for a Fantastic Beach Wedding

Planning a wedding can be a lot of fun, but a lot of work, too.  From the dress, to the caterer and the venue, there is a lot to think about.  When you plan a destination wedding, there are also additional considerations to keep in mind.  However, a beach wedding can be one of the
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Ceremony: Doing Your Wedding Guests a Favor with the Perfect Gifts

It is customary to give your wedding guests favors. This means, at each seat, a little something special is there for your friend and family members. Depending on the theme of your wedding and your budget, you can determine what the favor should be. While some of you do-it-yourself brides are extremely creative and equally
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American Wedding: Perfecting the Wording of Wedding Invitations

You have your wedding theme all picked out down to the subtle details (that only you will probably notice). You have your dress—the dress—the one that is perfect for you and only you! You have already paid deposits on all of your vendors, but still have about five months to your big day. What is
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Advice: Wedding Invitations Are Crucial

You may think to yourself, “Wedding invitations are not important; people just throw them away.” So you begin to focus on other essential focal points: the dress, the cake, the food. Although these are critical parts of your wedding, so are the invites! The wedding invitations are the only form of communication you have with
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