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Archive for February, 2008

The Bachelor Party

Reassure your fiancée before the bachelor party, and discuss your expectations up from so there are no surprises.
Tell her that you love her before you leave for the evening.
Conduct yourself like a gentleman while remaining one of the guys. Remember, bachelor parties are more for the single guys of the bunch than for those who […]

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Adding That Missing Person To Your Wedding Photos

Have you ever missed out on an important picture? Perhaps it was a wedding family photo?
Thanks to modern technology you can be in the photo without even being there. So the next time a family member is missing from an important picture, they can now be in it.
There are two times in my life that […]

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Ancient Wedding Ring Tradition & Which Goes First, The Engagement Ring or Wedding Ring

Have you ever wondered why we traditionally wear our wedding rings on the left ring finger? There are a couple theories for this.
It’s believed that many Ancient Egyptians and Romans wore their wedding rings on the left ring finger as a symbolism and a link to the couple’s destiny. You see, the left ring finger […]

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Selecting Your Groomsmen

Choose your wedding party wisely, especially your best man. Not all of your fraternity brothers, childhood friends, or basketball buddies need to be included in the wedding party.
Think about who you can imagine yourself still being friends with twenty years down the road, and your choices should become clearer.
When planning male bonding events for the […]

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Speghetti For Your Wedding Dinner. Is That Really A Good Idea?

Carley (a recent bride) would tell you “it’s a great idea to have spaghetti for the wedding dinner if you’re on a tight budget, but a bad idea if you don’t want to pay for your guests’ dry cleaning bills”.
Having an extremely tight budget and marrying into an Italian family, she thought it would be […]

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The Sensitive Bride & The New Bridal Store Employee

I’m constantly keeping my eyes and ears open for unique wedding etiquette material to share with you. I just never expected to find it in the long line of the grocery store.  It’s amazing who you meet and what you can learn about people while standing in line.
Somehow another lady (we’ll call her Anne) and […]

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Dad Won’t Attend Wedding If His Spouse (the step-parent) Isn’t Invited

I ran across a wedding etiquette FAQ that may hit home for some of you. The wedding etiquette pro responding to these questions had a very good point that I wanted to share.
In this particular situation, it was the step mother writing in. Her step daughter is getting married in a couple months and has […]

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Sharing Your Life with Your Guests

Create a video or photo album of your years together, and share it with your guest. Be sure to include highlights or key events in your lives together.
Draw a timeline of life milestones and memorable events that you have shared together.
Display photos from your wedding and other memorabilia (your wedding favors, wedding certificate, scrapbook, […]

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Wedding Gifts That You Don’t know What to Do With?

Just about every wedding includes those common gifts that the couple gets way too many of. These are typically things like toasters, blenders and dishes.
Then there are those random gifts that you aren’t sure are a gag or for real. For example, one couple received a huge package of toilet paper. Who doesn’t need toilet […]

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How to Renew Your Vows

Renew your vows privately or publicly, whichever is your heart’s desire. This is your chance to have the wedding you’ve always dreamed of, not just to replicate what you had years ago.
Instead of traditional bridesmaids and groomsmen, ask important friends or relatives who are couples to be in your wedding party. Choose close friends who […]

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