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‘The Little Mermaid’ Disney Inspired Wedding Shoot

‘The Little Mermaid’ Disney Inspired Wedding Shoot

It’s been the dream of many a young girl to grow up and marry her prince, and that is especially true for cartoon princesses. But what would that look like if cartoon characters were to actually marry in the real world?

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Brad and Angelina Finally Tie the Knot!

Brad and Angelina Finally Tie the Knot!

Brad Pitt and Angelina Joli have finally wed after 2 years of engagement, and nearly a decade together. The couple wed Saturday, August 13 in the Southern province of Correns in France at Chateau Miraval.

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Backyard Wedding Affair

Backyard Wedding Affair

Intimate backyard weddings can have all the style and flair of a wedding that takes place at a church or a reception hosted at a hotel. In order to get the dreamy wedding you’ve always wanted, make sure you have the right decor. When you’re choosing decorations for a backyard wedding, think multi-purpose and your wedding will have that home away from home feel.

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All In One Venue

All In One Venue

If you want to marry in the same place that you plan to have your reception in, you can usually get a deal through a hotel, conference/meeting centre or museum/library that allow weddings on site. In order to get this all inclusive deal you’ll need to have the specifics of your wedding roughly pre-planned, how long do you plan to use the facilities, how many guests, the necessary rentals, and catering to start. Some of these you can get referrals for from the coordinators at the venue.

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Outdoor Weddings

Outdoor Weddings

If you love nature and want to incorporate that into your wedding day, what better way than to have an outdoor wedding. Of course having an outdoor wedding can come with challenges, but none too big to be overcome.

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Ceremony Music

Ceremony Music

Choosing your processional and recessional music can be fun! If you’re looking to go the classical route, then you have to look no further than these songs: Wedding March by Mendelssohn, Bridal Chorus by Wagner, Canon in D by Pachelbel, or  Arrival of the Queen of Sheba by Handel. You’ll have heard these at many weddings before, and they are all approved by mothers, churches and generally wedding goers everywhere.

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Choosing the Right Officiant

Choosing the Right Officiant

Your clergy choice will be easy if you or your spouse has been attending a church, but for secular couples choosing an officiant can take a lot of research and referrals. Choosing the right officiant not only means the tone will be set by the clergy person, but that you’ll be happy with the ceremony as well. Before you pick a name out of the phonebook you should do some research, talk with your fiancé, each set of parents, friends and close family members.

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Location, Location, Location

Location, Location, Location

It’s very rare to live in the same city you grew up in these days, which can make the decision of where to get married difficult. Especially if your family is an hour away and his family is on the coast! With this decision looming, how do you go about deciding where to hold your nuptials?

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Choosing the Right Church

Choosing the Right Church

When you’re considering where you should hold your ceremony you might consider a church, which is traditional but not a necessity, unless it is meaningful to you. If you’re not a regular church goer and you decide to hold your ceremony in a particular church be prepared to speak directly with the minister/pastor/priest. You should have a list of questions you have in regards to your ceremony and the expectations of the church.

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