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Plan A Super Sweet Sixteen Perfectly

Posted Nov 28, 2018 admin

Plan A Super Sweet Sixteen Perfectly
For a lot of girls, their Super Sweet Sixteen party is an event that they look forward to for a long time. It celebrates turning sixteen years old and many girls think about how they’ll enjoy. From a teenage girl’s perspective, it’s the ultimate party, so they start planning it in advance. At the core,…
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What to Do When the Father of the Bride Isn’t in the Picture

Posted Oct 09, 2018 admin

What to Do When the Father of the Bride Isn’t in the Picture
Planning a wedding can be extremely difficult for brides when the Father of the Bride isn’t in the picture. This could be because they don’t have a good relationship, a death or other circumstances. Whatever the reason, many traditions can be hard or stressful to navigate for brides. Here are our favorite ways to skirt around…
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What to Do Next After Booking Your Vendors

Posted Sep 27, 2018 admin

What to Do Next After Booking Your Vendors
Most wedding planning sessions happen in fits and bursts, and the first major milestone is when you’re done booking your vendors. After you’ve booked all the major players in your day, you may be a little stumped on what comes next. You feel like you should be doing something, but what? After all, you won’t…
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Favorite Ways to Celebrate the Father-Daughter Dance

Posted Aug 22, 2018 admin

Favorite Ways to Celebrate the Father-Daughter Dance
The father-daughter dance is a special part of the reception that often jerks a few tears from your guests. It’s a perfect way to honor the man who loved you first as you go off into your life with your husband. Some brides elect for a simple sway with their dad, and some choose to…
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Love is Sweet: Everything You Need to Know About Wedding Cake Cutting

Posted Jul 30, 2018 admin

Love is Sweet: Everything You Need to Know About Wedding Cake Cutting
For brides-to-be who aren’t in the know, the wedding cake cutting can seem really intimidating. After all, are you supposed to cut the whole thing? Do you take each tier apart? Do you jab your knife as far in as it can go? The answer to each is no. Here’s everything you need to know…
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All the Single Ladies: Ways to Make the Bouquet Toss Less Awkward

Posted Jul 25, 2018 admin

All the Single Ladies: Ways to Make the Bouquet Toss Less Awkward
One of the most dreaded parts of the formal reception program is the bouquet toss. That is, if you’re a single woman! We’ve met very few people who enjoy being stared at as they cross that ballroom to the dance floor. As the MC asks politely for single ladies to make their way to the…
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Where to Place Your Photo Booth

Posted Jul 18, 2018 admin

Where to Place Your Photo Booth
When you contract your wedding photo booth, you picture all the ways your guest will enjoy it. They will laugh and crowd the booth all night, enjoying props and making funny faces for hours. What you don’t imagine is the booth being a ghost town!  Only a handful of guest photos at the end of the night…
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Creating the Soundtrack to Your Big Ceremony Moments

Posted Mar 22, 2018 Ken Roach

Creating the Soundtrack to Your Big Ceremony Moments
Flowers, dresses, shoes, gifts, favors…the list of wedding day elements seems to get longer and longer as planning goes on. When you get around to choosing the ceremony soundtrack to your big day, you’ll be fast approaching frazzled!   Try not to worry too much, though. The songs that will accompany the big moments will…
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The Rise of the Microwedding

Posted Feb 19, 2018 Ken Roach

The Rise of the Microwedding
With the cost of weddings on the rise (the average cost of a wedding in 2016 was over $35,000—up from $32,000 in 2015) and the growing desire for intimate relationships, many couples are opting for smaller, family-and-friends-only wedding celebrations, such as microweddings. What is a microwedding? Although you may think of elopement when you think…
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