Monthly Archives: February 2017

Wedding Inspiration: 5 Popular Wedding Website Tools for the Happy Couple

Engaged couples take their time to design stunning wedding invitations, but today, the communication doesn’t end there. Many couples use websites to communicate the details of the big day. As a guest, these pages contains everything you need to know about the wedding, such as the date, location, registry information, and how to RSVP. As
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Ceremony: Destination Weddings for Adventure Enthusiasts

Instead of traditional local weddings, many couples are opting for destination weddings. There’s something exciting about having a gorgeous beach or mountain as the backdrop for your wedding photos. But, instead of beach weddings – which are becoming way too trendy – many couples are opting for a wedding filled with adventures. These thrill seekers
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Wedding Ideas: Wedding Jewelry Trending in 2017

From choosing wedding invitation designs, to decorations and apparel, weddings consist of many details. One thing you don’t want to overlook is the jewelry you’ll be wearing. Even if you rarely wear jewelry, it’s a nice touch to wear something special on your big day. After all, you want to look your best, and nothing
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Groomsmen: Superhero Boutonnieres for Geeky Groomsmen

When thinking about everything you need for the wedding, you want to make sure the groom doesn’t forget about the boutonniere. Many men put little thought into this detail. After all, what man truly cares about flowers? While a flowery piece may be the traditional route, the good news is that you don’t necessarily have
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Advice: 6 Tips for Managing Your Bridesmaids’ Financial Obligations

Once you say “yes” to your partner’s marriage proposal, you’ll want to consider who you want in your bridal party. You may be considering best friends, sisters, cousins, and other family members. The family of the bride is expected to pay for some costs, such as lodging (if the wedding is out of town), some
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