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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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How to Actually Enjoy the Event Planning Process

How to Actually Enjoy the Event Planning Process

Event planning is a strange combination of fun and stressful. Everyone loves thinking about a big, special event, but many of us absolutely panic when we think through everything that needs to get done. In fact, some studies have indicated that brides planning their weddings are some of the most stressed adults. It's a bit

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DIY Bride to Caring, Creative Consultant

DIY Bride to Caring, Creative Consultant

Photo by Memories of Bliss

When Krystal Williams was planning her Washington D.C. area wedding she experienced the same sticker shock that many brides do.

“Throwing an event in the DC area is always expensive, but you say the word ‘wedding’ and they hike up the price even more!” she exclaimed. Lucky for her,

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7 Ways Your Guest List Impacts Your Bottom Line

7 Ways Your Guest List Impacts Your Bottom Line

Photo by Photos From the Harty

There’s one thing that will impact nearly every aspect of your event budget and it’s something that people don’t think to make until it’s too late--your guest list.

While certain costs will be fixed, no matter the number of guests you have, there are many

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10 Reasons to Throw a Beach-Theme Party

10 Reasons to Throw a Beach-Theme Party

No matter what the occasion, a beach theme is always hot. The beachy theme is peachy for all ages. As a kid, a shellebration can be as simple as some beach balls, beach games, and a few fun Instragram-friendly moments, such as a dock or surfboards. Adults may prefer to tiki it to another level

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