Wedding Kid Control

You’ve decided to include children in your wedding, either in the ceremony, or as invited guests. Your heart just melts at the thought of your two year-old niece in her little flowergirl dress, scattering rose petals down the aisle. And your best friend’s three year-old son is sure to be the most adorable ringbearer ever. […]

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Hosting an Engagement Party

Engagement Party The phone rings. You answer. “We’re engaged!” says the ebullient voice on the other end. The caller may be your daughter, your son, your best friend, your college roommate. Let’s just say it’s someone close to you and you’re just as delighted to hear the news as the caller is to deliver it. […]

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Wedding Gift Etiquette

You’ve been invited to a wedding; you should send a gift. If gift buying in general fills you with doubt (“Will they like it?”; “What size, what color?”), then this is your lucky day, because there really is no easier gift-giving than wedding gift giving. Most couples register for wedding gifts. They literally make a […]

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Wedding Planning with Divorced Parents

Before The Big Day Ever since you first looked through your grandparents’ wedding album, you envisioned the wedding you might someday have. Of course, your fantasies never included the scenario of divorced parents slugging it out over seating arrangements, but unfortunately, this may have become your reality. Take heart — you are not the only […]

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Your not in the wedding

You Are Not Invited By the end of our twenties, most women have at least one stashed away in our closet. It’s that dress the bride assured us we would be able to wear again and again. And with each telling, it becomes more outrageous until even a simple, tasteful A-line transforms into an overwrought […]

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Guest List Game Plan

It was easy to cut your accountant, your dentist, and the guy who sells you double lattes every morning. But how will you pare down the rest of your guest list? Negotiating the wedding guest list can be one of the most difficult and emotional aspects of wedding planning. Sure, you want everyone you know […]

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Ringbearer Wrangler

As he shyly makes his way down the aisle, everyone turns and smiles. Whispered exclamations of “how adorable!” are heard, while his mother wipes a tear from her eye. Carefully balancing the precious wedding rings on a pillow, the ringbearer is a darling sight who, along with the flowergirl, can lend charm to any wedding. […]

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The Perfect Groomsman

Perfect Groomsman So your buddy is getting married. And the other big news is that he wants you to stand up for him as he takes the plunge. Aside from wearing a monkey suit, filing down the aisle like a penguin, and remembering to bring the ring, you have a few other duties to cover. […]

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Man Fakes Robbery to Propose to Girlfriend

Fake Robbery Proposal Call this marriage proposal a crime because it all started with what appeared to be a robbery. Watch a Kentucky couple casually walk down the street when a group of men approaches them asking what was in their pockets. Prankster Tom Mabe, dressed up like a police officer rides up on a […]

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Making The Best Of A Weekend Wedding

You’re in, you’re out, and you’re exhausted when Monday rolls around. No time to linger for a long weekend, the spreadsheets are calling, being away from your cubicle for too long makes you antsy. You are the weekend wedding guest, and we’re here with some advice to help take the pressure off. Relax, you’re going […]

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