Tag Archives: planning

The Secret to Saving Money on Wedding Gifts

bride-opening-gift

Posted on 13. Dec, 2013 by .

Tweet There’s a certain age you hit – somewhere around five years out of college – where it seems like literally everyone is getting married. Which is wonderful for them, but not so much for your bank account. Of course, a wedding is a momentous occasion and you want to celebrate the bride and groom [...]

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Can I Get an Extra Side of Sauce with that Wedding Tradition? Racy Wedding Customs from Around the World

Groom removes bride's garter.

Posted on 13. May, 2013 by .

TweetI was at a wedding recently. Which isn’t that odd, given my age. Sometimes it feels like I might as well block off the next three years of weekends to accommodate all of my friends and relatives getting married. Anyhow, after the ceremony, which was a beautiful outdoor affair, a fairly typical reception, for an [...]

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Guest Post: 6 Month Guide to Planning Your Wedding

Wedding by AfroDad

Posted on 11. Sep, 2012 by .

TweetSome of us dream about (and plan for) our weddings from the moment we’re told our first fairy tales. Others of us, well, let’s just say our journey to the altar is something more of a frantic, discombobulated sprint. Whether you’re a busy professional with a lot on your plate, you don’t want to devote [...]

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Guest Post: How to Balance a Traditional White Wedding with a Unique Flavor

Venice Wedding Theme

Posted on 25. Jul, 2012 by .

TweetDespite the fact that it’s the year 2012, many brides are still opting for traditional wedding elements. However, they also want to add in bits of their own flavor. It’s possible to be both traditional and unique in a range of wedding planning categories. The Ceremony Traditional weddings are held in churches, chapels, synagogues and [...]

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Guest Post: Planning a Destination Wedding

Destination Wedding

Posted on 12. Jul, 2012 by .

TweetSo you’ve got your wedding budget finally set, and you’re excited to see what kind of gigantic party you can pull off with the money… or are you? The idea of putting on a big, formal wedding can be intimidating for a number of reasons. Maybe you’d be better off skipping out on the stress [...]

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