- Published on Thursday, 19 January 2017 00:43
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Just as many men and women may have visions of what their wedding will be like, parents, family members and friends also may envision others' weddings. Parents who have their hearts set on seeing their little girl in a white, princess gown or their boy beginning to start his own family could be
- Published on Tuesday, 17 January 2017 00:08
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Few brides-to-be want to be tagged as a "bridezilla." However, engaging in certain behaviors just might earn them that dubious distinction.
It is believed the term "bridezilla" was coined in a Boston Globe article in June 1995. Since then, it has been widely used for an overbearing bride who is difficult and often a perfectionist.
A woman who is obsessed about every detail of the wedding might turn into a bridezilla. There are several traits that many bridezilla's have in common. If a bride-to-be sees her own behaviors on this list, she may want to make some changes quickly or risk alienating friends and family members.
- Published on Tuesday, 10 January 2017 00:00
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In a financial climate where most people are pinching pennies, it comes as no surprise that many engaged couples seek ways to cut costs with regard to their weddings. Some couples are undecided whether certain components of their wedding are necessary.
The decision to hire a videographer is one such area couples fret over. After all, with a photographer snapping hundreds
- Published on Wednesday, 04 January 2017 00:02
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A wedding is a joyous event that couples want to share with as many people as possible. Couples commonly ask family and friends to take part in the ceremony as ushers, bridesmaids or readers. Before enlisting the help of a child to fill such roles, couples should carefully consider whether a youngster is capable of participating in the wedding ceremony or if he or she may not be up to the task.
- Published on Tuesday, 03 January 2017 00:02
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When basking in the afterglow of a momentous wedding, most couples would rather think about scores of other things than packing for their honeymoons. But with ever-changing restrictions on what and how much a person can bring along on airlines and other modes of travel, packing is something that eventually must be done.