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6 Simple Tips To Renewing Your Wedding Vows Easily

6 Simple Tips To Renewing Your Wedding Vows Easily

Michelle M. Winner says that vow renewals are a heartfelt way to celebrate your love and reaffirm the promises you made to each other on your wedding day. If you are thinking about having a vow renewal ceremony, a joyous celebration of your marriage can be planned comfortably and confidently with a little guidance from the experts. What Is a Vow Renewal? A vow renewal is a celebratory ceremony for a married couple to reaffirm their commitment to each other. They are especially popular on milestone anniversaries (10, 25, or 50 years); however, there is no rule as to when […]

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4 Easy Ways to Know What to Wear to a Wedding With No Dress Code Mentioned

4 Easy Ways to Know What to Wear to a Wedding With No Dress Code Mentioned

Deciphering a wedding dress code can be tricky, and it’s even harder to know what to wear when there’s no dress code at all. So, what to wear? Jaimie Mackey says that there are a few clues that will definitely help you figure it out – possibly even before you pick up the phone and give the bride a call. When the invitation is missing the key details, there are a few ways to discover what your friend wants you to wear to her big day. 1. Read the Invitation Take another look at that invitation. Start with the design […]

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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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7 Daily Habits that will make your marriage stronger

7 Daily Habits that will make your marriage stronger

Relationships can be complicated, and there are no manuals or guides for the perfect couple. This happiness only exists in fairy tales. I speak for myself. I thought it was easier, and I went through moments of crisis, especially after my twins born. However, I tried to observe and evaluate our background wedding. I realized that many errors came from the high expectation I placed on him. The mixture of feelings/emotions I felt every day. I needed to put all the stress on someone (him) instead of doing the opposite, and who could support me. I was wrong for months! The […]

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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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Send or not Save the Dates? Find 6 Reasons to send them out

Send or not Save the Dates? Find 6 Reasons to send them out

Send or not save the dates? This is the question that still arises in newly engaged couples. The decision depends on a few factors and today I will show you the advantages of doing so. Remember to put “Invitation to Follow” on save the date to avoid getting your guests confused, and don’t think that it is your wedding invitation. 1. The Save the Dates are for your guests. At the contrary of what one can think. This card is not about you; this card is for your guest. The excitement will start as soon as your guests know that […]

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3 Must-Know Actions, You Should Know, Before Buying your wedding invitations - that no one tells you

What You Should Know Before Buying Your Wedding Invitations

One of the most important parts of planning your wedding is choosing the wedding invitations. This step is crucial because it’s the first impression your guests will get from what they can expect of your wedding and will have to represent a little of what the wedding will be like. Looking for your ideal invitation can be arduous but very exciting as well. I went through it too and it looked like a soap opera. That’s why I’m sharing these seven pieces of advice with you. So, based on what I have learned and the experience I have with my […]

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Why the Wedding Ring is work on the Left Hand?

Why is the Wedding Ring Worn on the Left Hand?

Wedding rings are a sweet symbol of eternal love throughout history. The tradition of wedding rings came about in Egypt, about 4,800 years ago. The circle symbolizes eternity, with no beginning or end. The story of why the wedding ring is worn on the left hand can be traced back to ancient times. In that era, the Romans believed that the vein in the ring finger (the fourth finger) on the left hand ran directly to one’s heart. Because of this belief, they called that vein the “vena amoris” or vein of love. Naturally, to solidify a union based on love, […]

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6 things to do with your wedding flowers - dried flowers

6 things to do with your flowers after the wedding

The flowers are one of the most beautiful details of the Wedding day and one thing you can avoid is throwing them out after the reception. This is what you can do with your flowers after the Wedding day: 1. Use them as Gifts Use the flowers as take-home gifts for your guests. Whether you choose to use the flowers to bulk up your Wedding favors, or even instead of your Wedding favors, simply ask the stylist to make mini bunches of the flowers from the ceremony and then hand them out to guests at the reception. 2. Dry Them Preserve your […]

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