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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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Wedding Gift Registry Etiquette

Wedding Gift Registry Etiquette

A bride can’t add her registry list to the wedding invitations or tell everyone about all the things she’s registered, but she can tell a few key people about where she’s registered to get the word out. When writing the invitations to a bridal shower don’t try to make people feel compelled to buy a git for the bride by writing something like, “John and Jane just bought a new house and would greatly appreciate a gift from their registry

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Gift Registry 101

Gift Registry 101

Gift registry makes gift giving and getting simple. You choose the items you want and your guests choose from your list to buy the items you want

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Bridal Party Hotel Etiquette

Bridal Party Hotel Etiquette

Whether you’re having a wedding in your home town or somewhere else, wedding etiquette dictates that the bride is responsible for the lodging of the bridal party the night before the wedding. If your parents have agreed to let the entire bridal party stay at their house that’s great, but in the case that you are out of town and your parents home is not an option, you are responsible for paying for your bridesmaids’ lodging

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Tips for Planning a Destination Wedding

Tips for Planning a Destination Wedding

Destination weddings are becoming increasingly popular, they’re a way for couples to get married in a location that has meaning or in a place they’ve always dreamed of going together. It’s also a way to have a small intimate wedding with family and few friends. If you’re considering making your wedding a destination, here are some tips to help you plan and get the best possible deal for you and your guests.

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