The Wedding Day

American Wedding: Top Trends for Fall Weddings

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While some traditions associated with weddings stand the test of time, others seem to be in one minute and out the next. This is particularly the case for weddings that take place in different seasons. Just like fashion, decorations and food change from spring to summer, and fall to winter. So, too, do wedding trends.
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Ceremony: Stylish Chuppahs

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A chuppah literally means a covering or a canopy. During a Jewish wedding, this is where the couple stands. A chuppah, at a minimum, consists of four poles with a cloth stretched between them. A chuppah can be very simple or it can be infused with the style of the couple and personalized to fit
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American Wedding: DIY Projects for Weddings

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The fall season is the perfect time to have a beautiful outdoor wedding. With the changing colors, there are endless ways to decorate. When planning your wedding, you likely won’t have the budget to include absolutely everything you’d like to in the festivities. Don’t worry. There is a solution. Do it yourself! Here are some
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The Wedding Day: National Park Wedding Guide

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In this day and age, weddings are no longer one-size fits all. Where couples once chose between a church or the courthouse, today almost any space can double as a wedding venue. Libraries, estates, art galleries, and museums are hosting more ceremonies than ever. But what if none of these areas fits your aesthetic? Take
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Advice: Wedding Venue- Charley Creek Inn

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Finding the right wedding venue has turned into quite the challenge. Every couple wants to have a place that showcases themselves and their unique personalities in it.  More and more couples have opted for venues outside of churches or gardens and are looking for places like vineyards and old classic buildings. Well, if you’re into 1920’s style architecture,
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The Wedding Day: Technology Etiquette for Your Wedding Day

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In the United States, alone, the wedding market is a 55 billion dollar industry. Although wedding ceremonies are long rooted in tradition, the way in which we prepare for the event is ever changing. As new technology takes over our lives, the way we plan for the big day will adjust accordingly. For example, Pinterest
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Wedding Trend: 5 Unique Ideas For Your Something Blue

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We all know the traditional wedding saying but just in case you needed a refresher it goes a little something like this… “Something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue.” A timeless rhyme that our mothers, grandmothers, sisters, and friends have been practicing for years. The first three “somethings” are pretty easy to incorporate, but that
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The Wedding Day: Your Guide to a Dry Wedding

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While it’s quite common for a couple to serve booze at their wedding or wedding reception, other couples might choose to keep it an alcohol-free zone.  Whichever the case, each couple has their own reasons for why they would want to host a “dry” wedding. Here you will find a guide on deciding if a
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Battle of the Ties: Bow Tie vs. Tie

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After deciding whether to wear a tuxedo or a suit, grooms need to make the tough decision between a bow tie and a tie. While this may be an easy decision for some, others need clarification on the pairings and guidance. Bow Tie Bow ties are most classically known to grace the tuxedos of Hollywood
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