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Wedding registry ideas and suggestions

Wedding registry ideas and suggestions

Gift registries are a convenient way of letting your guests know what you’d like to have as your wedding present. But before you set it up and send the shopping invites, make sure you think about the selection of shops and items you’d really enjoy. There’s no point in creating a registry if you just fill up the list with many items and later on regretting having put them on the list

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5 mistakes to avoid when choosing your wedding venue

5 mistakes to avoid when choosing your wedding venue

With so many things on your mind during wedding planning, it’s easy to slip and fall into the trap of some mistakes that could have easily been avoided. Here are 5 of the most common mistakes brides make when it comes to their wedding venue (and how to avoid them): Mistake #1: Taking too much time to make a decision We know how overwhelming it is to finally choose only one wedding venue from the few shortlisted venues you’ve been thinking about for weeks (if not months).

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How much does it really cost to be a wedding guest?

How much does it really cost to be a wedding guest?

When it comes to weddings, the bride and groom are usually considered the ones who spend the most. And that’s totally understandable – long gone are the days when the happy couple could count on receiving support from parents and more and more American soon-to-be newlyweds self-fund their weddings. According to a recent survey , in 2016, more than half of Americans (53%) are going to pay for their own wedding and only 35% will get their wedding funded by the bride and/or groom’s parents

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How much does it really cost to be a wedding guest?

How much does it really cost to be a wedding guest?

When it comes to weddings, the bride and groom are usually considered the ones who spend the most. And that’s totally understandable – long gone are the days when the happy couple could count on receiving support from parents and more and more American soon-to-be newlyweds self-fund their weddings. According to a recent survey , in 2016, more than half of Americans (53%) are going to pay for their own wedding and only 35% will get their wedding funded by the bride and/or groom’s parents.

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The best wedding wishes you will fall in love with

The best wedding wishes you will fall in love with

Being invited to a wedding means you have an important role in the life of the soon-to-be newlyweds. Whether you are a family member, a close friend or just a colleague, the bride and groom have chosen you to witness their most special day! Do you struggle to find the right words to use in the wedding card?

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3 stupid mistakes that will totally ruin your surprise honeymoon (and how to avoid them)

3 stupid mistakes that will totally ruin your surprise honeymoon (and how to avoid them)

Honeymoon planning is often neglected as the couple bride already has a lot of planning to do for the actual wedding day and the honeymoon somehow gets moved all the way down to the end of the to-do list of wedding planning.

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Wedding Traditions around the world

Wedding Traditions around the world

All over the globe, wedding traditions vary. Love may be universal, but each culture has its own ways of making someone’s special day extra special

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6 Beauty tips for your wedding day

6 Beauty tips for your wedding day

It’s no surprise that after months of wedding planning and preparation, a lot of brides overlook some important beauty rituals that should take place on the day of their weddings. To help you look you best on the big day, we’ve listed some wedding day musts for your beauty routine: 1

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Out-of-town Wedding Invitations Etiquette

Out-of-town Wedding Invitations Etiquette

You know what they say, “A goal without a plan is just a wish”.

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