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What do people learn from their parents marriage

The Huffington Post asked their readers on Twitter and Facebook “what do people learn from their parents’ marriages?”  Most had positive takeaways, even if the marriages had not worked out.  For many, that good ol American optimism shined through; that with hard word, true love survives and any marriage can last, were core lessons for

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To be or not to be… your bridesmaid

Unless you are planning a shotgun wedding, the only evil spirits you will be avoiding is too much champagne! Your bridal party is a collection of people (some family, some friends, some both) who have helped you both to arrive at this moment of time in your life.

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Will Anyone Remember Your Ceremony

Your ceremony, will anyone remember it?  What do you most remember about the last ceremony you attended?  A challenge for you both, think about the last couple of weddings you have attended.  Think about the chair covers, favors, centerpieces, escort cards, cake topper, etc.  What do you most remember? I am willing to bet that

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Who is your wedding party?

The tradition of groomsmen and bridesmaids can be dated back to Roman law; they needed 10 witnesses to fool evil spirits. The bridal party dressed identically to the bride and groom so the evil spirits wouldn’t know which couple was getting married. It is safe to say that we have come a long way, nowadays

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Perfect Ceremony

I start every rehearsal I coordinate with these words to the couple… Don’t marry the one you can live with.  Marry the one you can’t live without.  I then say to everyone, that the ceremony will be what it will be.  If a flower does not stand perfect, if the cake has a scratch, if… 

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Bridal Survival Kit

Wedding Weekend Survival Kit List Listen up couples, this is for you both.  Do you want to be prepared for most any last minute glitch?  This is your “bridal first aid kit” that will fix just about anything.  Print this out to make sure you get it all! 2 Bottles of nail polish (1 Clear

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Professional Vendors

“TLC Weddings, A Wedding Story, For Better or For Worse, Whose Wedding is it Anyway?, these are just some of the many reality TV shows that are blazing into our homes each week.  I find it amazing how incredibly easy each of the programs make planning, sure some with “bumps”, but most seem seamless in

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Relationships

Dana Shapiro wrote “There’s no such thing as a Noel Coward divorce. You know, that sort of amicable, happy-go-lucky divorce where everybody’s interested in pursuing their own interests and whatever maliciousness there is sort of clever and beautifully executed. It’s not like that at all. I don’t care how much you might have loved the

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Wedding Myths

1. I don’t need to hire a professional. A good friend or relative can (Officiate, take photographs, make a cake, arrange flowers, DJ, etc…) That may work for some things, (maybe), but anything that is truly important to you should be left to professionals. Great photos take more than an expensive camera; great food for

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Compassion

A woman was waiting at an airport one night, with several long hours before her flight. She hunted for a book in the airport shops, bought a bag of cookies and found a place to drop. She was engrossed in her book but happened to see, that the man sitting beside her, as bold as

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