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Category Archives: Wedding Planning

Guess The Dress

Guess The Dress – A Fun Game Card for Your Bridal Shower

Brides-to-be often ask me for guest entertainment ideas that will create joyful moments with family and friends, and this is one of my suggestions. Guess the Dress game card is a fun game to add to your bridal or wedding shower. You can play it with your family and friends at your bridal or wedding shower by having your guests draw what they think the bride-to-be will wear on her wedding day. Try it and keep your guests laughing. Let’s start! The first step – you need to print your Wedding Mad-Libs file at the end of this blog post. […]

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Submit Your Wedding Day

Submit Your Event

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A Fun Way to Entertain Your Wedding Guests with this Simple Mad-Libs

A Fun Way to Entertain Your Wedding Guests with this Simple Mad-Libs

Are you searching for a fun way to entertain your wedding guests? So, take a look at this simple Wedding Mad-Libs or Wed-Libs are an entertaining and easy game perfect for any type of wedding event. Let’s start! The first step – you need to print your Wedding Mad-Libs file. You can print it in any printer in black and white ink.  You can choose any paper color to match your event. In this case, I chose white.  The second step – cut the sheets and remember to print the instructions on the back. The third step – Buy pencils […]

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How to tell your guests that you are postponing your wedding day

How to tell your guests that you are postponing your wedding day

Due to the global Coronavirus circumstance, many brides have asked me to change their wedding date, venue, times in their wedding invitations, not to mention the disappointment they are feeling. It is understandable and it’s heartbreaking every time I know about their situation. Despite everything, we have to adapt to reality and, as a stationer, my advice to act in the best way. How: Use your website to updated all the details so your guests can be informed. On the other hand, when you inform about the postponement, try to be clear and brief, to avoid confusing your guests. Whether […]

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7 Essential Tips for Making Your Guest List

7 Essential Tips for Making Your Guest List

Now you’ll start creating your Excel doc of the people you and your groom, your parents, and your future in-laws want on this wedding guest list.  Drafting and cutting your guest list might not be quite as fun as tasting cake flavors and add to that the fact that each of these special guests will cost you $84, on average. Do you still want to have all 400? Okay, I know that. photo credits: Jonathan Borba With these 7 essential tips for making your guest list: 1. Start by setting your total guest count, then divvy it up among you, your […]

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6 Ways To Keep Your Relationship Strong During Your Wedding Planning

6 Ways To Keep Your Relationship Strong During Your Wedding Planning

Planning your wedding can be stressful and time-consuming, and it’s for 1 or 2 years, but marriage is for a lifetime, and challenges will take their course slowly. For this reason, relationship experts agree that it’s wise to start creating every day habits that keep the two of you close and intertwined through all of life’s obstacles. Related: 7 Signs that you’re ready for marriage You want to have an amazing wedding day, a day that will be in your memories for the rest of your life. So it’s essential to keep your relationship happy and healthy during your wedding […]

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Cancel or portpone Your Wedding

Cancel or Postpone your wedding?

After months or a year of planning, it’s hard to decide to cancel or postpone your wedding.  The news started surfacing about a flu-like illness, but you kept remained cautiously optimistic that the virus wouldn’t spread across the globe and so close to you.  Then you started to see reports about the rise of cases near to you and probably asked yourself if you could naively hope to go ahead with our nuptials but with reduced attendance. Well… immediately you knew that it was time to call the whole thing off.  Cancel or Postpone? Dismantling a wedding is no joke. […]

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