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Wedding Registry Do’s and Don’ts

  When planning your wedding, the question of getting a wedding registry or not always comes up! Though not mandatory, a wedding registry is a very good idea for your wedding. The truth is, even if you write “no gifts” on your invitations, your guests will come baring gifts, because that’s just what people do at weddings.

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Wedding Registry Do’s and Don’ts

Wedding Registry Do’s and Don’ts

  When planning your wedding, the question of getting a wedding registry or not always comes up! Though not mandatory, a wedding registry is a very good idea for your wedding. The truth is, even if you write “no gifts” on your invitations, your guests will come baring gifts, because that’s just what people do at weddings

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Top 5 Awe-Inspiring Golf Course Wedding Venues in Austin

Top 5 Awe-Inspiring Golf Course Wedding Venues in Austin

Are you planning to say “I do” in the hill country?

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Tips for choosing the perfect wedding ceremony venue

Tips for choosing the perfect wedding ceremony venue

One of the first things that you probably think about when planning a wedding is the wedding ceremony venue. After all, it is where it will all happen, right

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DOs and DON’Ts for your wedding makeup and facial beauty

DOs and DON’Ts for your wedding makeup and facial beauty

Wedding preparation on the way, you’ve got the dress, you know what kind of a hair-do you want, but now you have to think about your face and makeup. You certainly don’t want stress or wedding preparation tiredness showing on it. Good makeup can do a lot, but it can’t hide everything either.

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3 Inspiring Invitations for a Winter Wedding

3 Inspiring Invitations for a Winter Wedding

Autumn is here which means winter is right around the corner and depending on your location this probably means you are either really excited or not exactly eager for the cold front to come.

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5 common wedding catering mistakes to avoid

5 common wedding catering mistakes to avoid

Choosing your wedding caterer is an easy task if you are prepared, just like choosing any other wedding vendor! When it comes to catering, though, you should be extra cautious as the food and drinks served at your wedding will live in your wedding guests’ memories long after the last bite of wedding cake has been eaten off the dessert plates. To help you approach your perfect wedding caterer the right way, we’ve gathered 5 of the most common mistakes brides make when choosing wedding catering services: Not reading the small print A lot of brides are disappointed when they receive their catering bill at the end of the wedding. You should know that this is not your caterer’s fault! Every couple should have in mind that except for the bid per wedding guest, there are additional charges and expenses that you are in charge of.

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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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