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Wedding hairstyles around the globe

Stunning wedding hair accessories from around the globe

Looking to get inspired for a nice wedding hair accessory?

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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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The wedding dress – 4 traditions and superstitions you must know about

The wedding dress – 4 traditions and superstitions you must know about

There a lot of common superstitions and traditions connected with practically every aspect of your wedding (regardless of when or where you are tying the knot). We’ve gathered 4 of the most famous wedding dress traditions and superstitions that will put a smile on your face when/if you come across them in your fabulous wedding dress on your big day. Without further ado, here are our top 4 wedding dress traditions and superstitions: 1

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Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue – meaning and ideas

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue – meaning and ideas

  Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe.

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The history of the engagement ring

The history of the engagement ring

The engagement ring (preferably a diamond one) has been the main symbol of engaged women for many years. The truth is that the diamond engagement ring’s history is not that rich (less than a century) as it is the result of a brilliant (pun intended) marketing campaign dating back to the early 1990s. The history of engagement rings as a symbol of loyalty to the woman you want to marry, though, dates back to prehistory! Here’s a brief timeline of the way in which the traditional engagement ring has evolved into what it is today: The beginning (prehistory to Egyptian times) There is evidence that even cavemen used a sort of an engagement ring! It was not actually a ring, though

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The Most Amazing Wedding Ceremony Traditions around the World

The Most Amazing Wedding Ceremony Traditions around the World

Each nationality has its own traditions and customs and the ones that are connected with weddings are among the most amazing ones. Here are some interesting wedding ceremony traditions from around the world:               The informal wedding counselor (Moldova and Bulgaria) It seems that these two countries have found a unique (and cheaper) way to cope with saving marriages

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Wedding Invitation Wording

Wedding Invitation Wording

Wedding invitations must include the necessary information, such as: the host line, request line, bride and groom line, date and time lines, location line, and reception and R.S.V.P. deadlines

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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.

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Facebook Brides

Facebook Brides

Two days after my husband and I tied the knot, a Facebook invitation that said I’m married to Ross Wade prompted, waiting for my confirmation. Updating Facebook statuses from single to married is not uncommon.  According to an online survey made by David’s Bridal, nearly half the number of brides changed or would change their Facebook relationship statuses in between the ceremony and the reception.

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