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Get Married at a Museum!

Get Married at a Museum!

Getting married in a museum is a growing trend amongst brides and grooms. Museums offer a unique and personal feel to the wedding, especially if the museum holds a certain amount of meaning to the couple. Due to their grand architecture and interior design, a museum can bring the WOW factor to your nuptials.

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Invitation Presentation

How are you going to put your wedding in the minds of your guests beyond the invitation. There are a number of ways […]

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How Simple can a Simple Wedding Be

How Simple can a Simple Wedding Be

“Simple” is a highly relative term, meaning something else to someone as it justly means something else to another. When talking about weddings, a simple wedding tends to be often argued and debated about, with some convinced that a simple wedding entails six people with a priest, as others view simple weddings as wedding celebrations that don’t involve florists or decorators. But as discussions on the details of “simple weddings” continue to prevail, many fail to consider that there is actually nothing simple about a wedding, given all the planning, preparation, and organizing a wedding entails.

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Canada’s wedding trends

Canada’s wedding trends

From Winnipeg to Thunder Bay, a cursory look at the signs of the times would show how more and more couples are getting more daring in making their dream weddings come true. From medieval age-themed weddings to weddings taking place underwater, there seems to be no limit to the number couples get hitched these days, with some wedding celebrations involving risk factors that can’t exactly described as romantic, but sure to be memorable. While how one celebrates one’s wedding is purely subjective, the question of frequency, or wedding trends if you will, is one that isn’t often asked.

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Ideas for Spring Weddings

Ideas for Spring Weddings

Spring is in the air!  It is the time of rebirth and new beginnings and nothing fits more than having a wedding at this time of the year.  Spring weddings radiate life, warmth and colors.     Why wed during springtime?  Although spring ranks third on the most popular time to get hitched, it is a plus since a good number of vendors will be free and there are more chances of getting discounted rates on services.  If you are seriously considering spring wedding, here are some spring wedding ideas you might want to know:     Venue: Outdoors   Spring weddings and receptions are always great when held outdoors.  Take advantage on the sunny yet breezy atmosphere and the lively flower blossoms.  For possibility of sudden weather change, having umbrellas on your reception tables can protect you and your guests while still keeping the “spring look”. If it’s a church wedding, inquire about their Easter decorations.  You may be able to save on costs by using theirs

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Reasons Why You Should Choose Barn Weddings

Reasons Why You Should Choose Barn Weddings

Thinking of a wedding theme?  Try barn wedding!  If you’re a sunny and outgoing couple, this could be the right choice for you.   Barn themed or Farm themed weddings are now gaining popularity that even actresses Blake Lively and Anne Hathaway had their own barn weddings.

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Beautiful Jewish Wedding Traditions

Beautiful Jewish Wedding Traditions

Weddings are always beautiful because they are full of love and culture.  Jewish weddings have great traditions that are so meaningful. Here are some very important Jewish wedding traditions:   Ketubah They call their marriage contract “ketubah”.  In it are the husband’s duties to his wife and is often printed in a lighted and framed manuscript to be displayed in the newlywed’s home.  Many Jewish couples make their ketubah a work of art by having it in a beautifully crafted material.   Chuppah The wedding canopy or chuppah, a covering with four poles, symbolizes the couple’s new home.  The ceremony is usually held outdoors, as a symbol of God’s blessing.  There are many ways to decorate your chuppah and you have a choice to have it stand-alone or be held by your most trusted people

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Antique Inspired Wedding

Antique Inspired Wedding

Something old and something new – that’s how the old wedding rhyme goes.   And since there is something uniquely cool and chic about antiques, having an antique inspired wedding will definitely be uniquely fun and memorable.   If you are thinking of an antique themed wedding, there is something you need to remember.  A lot of people mistaken antique as vintage or vice versa.   One way to distinguish antique from vintage is time.  Vintage usually goes from 1920’s up to 1960’s.  Antique, on the other hand, is earlier than the year 1920.  Antique is also classified as anything at least a hundred (100) years old.  Most antique items in weddings are usually passed on from generation to generation – bride to bride or groom to groom – to keep the lineage going

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Fall in Love with Fall Weddings

Fall in Love with Fall Weddings

If you are a romantic, engaged and wanting a warm and intimate ceremony, a fall wedding is the best for you.  What’s in for your wedding during autumn?

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