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Creative Twists on Tired Wedding Trends

Creative Twists on Tired Wedding Trends

While some wedding trends are regularly deserted as they fade with the times, there are some trends that brides and grooms don’t necessarily want to ditch. Many become so popular due to practicality or the wonderful photo opportunities that they provide. However, there are so many unique ways to put a modern spin on

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Kids' Wedding Photo Scavenger Hunt

Kids' Wedding Photo Scavenger Hunt

Including kids on your wedding day is a must for many folks. Whether you have loads of little cousins, are at an age where most of your friends have reproduced, or simply want to enjoy the company of your favorite bambinos, incorporating children is frequently a part of the wedding planning conversation. The next part

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The Secret to Choosing Your Bridal Party

The Secret to Choosing Your Bridal Party

Photo by Photos from the Harty

Congratulations! You’re engaged. You’re also now likely experiencing a flood of emotions including excitement, nervousness and...stress. There is so much to get done and so many decisions to make. You’ll probably make a million decisions between now and your big day from venue choice to

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Wedding Day "Emergency" Kit: The Actual Essentials

Wedding Day "Emergency" Kit: The Actual Essentials

If you do a quick search of “Wedding Day Emergency Kit” you will find scores of websites insisting that you must purchase and carry an entire drugstore for your (or your friend’s) wedding day. According to the internet, Murphy’s law sets in big time when it comes to weddings, and if you don’

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Creative & Funny Wedding Welcome Bags & Favors

Creative & Funny Wedding Welcome Bags & Favors

I'll never forget the first time I went to a wedding and they had coozies as favors that read "To Have & To Hold & To Keep Your Beer Cold". I thought it was the cutest little detail. It made me giggle, reflected the personality of the couple, and is something I still use today.

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