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By Sandy Rubias
Winter Weddings

For the average Jane, weddings in winter appear more costly with these things considered: fresh flowers for decorations, unavailable menu items such as fresh fruits, wedding reception venue rentals, availability of vendors, and so on. What the winter bride-to-be doesn’t know is that these things which will seemingly bump...

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Gay or lesbian wedding

Planning a gay or lesbian wedding looks complicated with the legalities involved, not to mention the negativity you’ll meet along the way. Don’t be disheartened because just the thought of actually getting married to your partner is already a huge win. As of this writing, there are only 19...

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Smart couples everywhere know this about winter weddings, and you should too! Winter is a slow period for weddings and other events. That translates to more vendors willing to pare down prices for events, from caterers, bakers, to florists! There are more available venues for you to to consider,...

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Wedding veils are particularly susceptible to strong winds and can whip about your face.

Of course you’ve seen bridal mishaps happen! It’s hilarious, surreal, and entertaining. But a wedding veil fail is only funny until it happens to you. Unruly veils ruin photographic moments that can’t be recaptured. Batting away your errant veil is stressful. What you should know is that wedding veil...

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Wedding thank you notes are quite tricky to pen, here's a guide for you, so send those notes now!

Sending wedding thank you notes to your wedding guests after your wedding day should be timely and not exceed three months after your wedding day to avoid raised eyebrows. It has to be done with style and grace to convey your sincere appreciation for the wedding gifts sent your...

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Schedule writing your wedding thank you notes and send them out right away.

Writing and sending out Wedding Thank You Notes fall under post wedding obligations which is a necessary part of wedding etiquette, but is completely forgotten by many newlywed couples. When you put this small obligation in the back burner, there’s a high chance of forgetting about it altogether. Months...

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You’re about to say “I do!” as you gaze soulfully into your groom’s eyes when roaring shrieks shatter your magical moment. A loud, plaintive voice cries out: “Is it over yet?” And as you clench your fists in exasperation, the romantic image you’ve tried so hard to projectu pans...

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