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Article Contributed by Amanda. When Amanda isn’t writing about love and relationships, she can be found cuddled up on the couch with her loving dogs, enjoying live music or training for her first triathlon. Throughout time, relationship norms evolve with the ever-changing trends and societal expectations. The dating experience has changed dramatically in recent times; Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

{Weddings} 6 Things Every Bride Should Invest in Before the Big Day
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Guest Post by: Emily.  Emily is a content creator who loves to write about wellness, fashion and beauty! She loves keeping up with current health trends! When she’s not writing– reading, hiking and drinking green smoothies are her go-to’s! Your wedding day should be one of the most special and memorable days of your entire life. Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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If your florist forgets to snip the stamens from the lilies in your bouquet or centerpieces and you get yellow pollen from the stamens of the Lilies on your clothing, DON’T rub or brush at it.  Remove it with a sticky roller brush or masking tape. This little quick tip was brought to you from Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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As a former wedding and event planner and former Bride, I am acutely aware of the desire of your wedding dreams coming smack up against the wall of, “a Wedding Costs How Much!!!???”.  I always advise couples to do one thing before doing anything else with their wedding – sit down and really imagine how Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

{Wedding Quick Tip} Invitation Etiquette...Children Guests
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Invitation Etiquette by Wedding Paper Divas Children Guests… If you’re not sure about whether or not a child of an invited couple should receive his or her own invitation, a good rule of thumb is that any young guest over 16 years old should receive his or her own invitation.

{Wedding Quick Tip}  The Money Meeting
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No, it’s not the fun part of planning your wedding, but it’s an integral part and doing it right away will cause you far less stress in the long run and allow you to plan your wedding in a much more organized fashion.  This meeting should be with whomever will be paying or helping to Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

{Weddings} Move Over Bridezilla - The Bridemaidzilla Has Entered the Building
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So, you think you know your friends do you?  It’s been said a thousand times – if you want to know who your real friends are, just have a wedding.  It brings out the best and worst in people.  And, for some reason, even the (usually) most tactful, level-headed people do, ask and say some Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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I’m not sure where I originally found this, but I can say that I did not author it – it is the verbage I found and used on my own rehearsal dinner invitations, so I thought I’d share it with all of you in case you’re looking for some creative wording for your rehearsal dinner Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

{Weddings} What Do Your Wedding Colors Say About You?
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Today’s featured article is written by Tonya Shadoan of Circle City Planners.  We love this spunky, fun loving wedding planner.  Talk to her or any of her team members and your sold – they have impeccable taste and will help you take your wedding to the next level! When it comes to Circle City Planners Click Here to Continue Reading This Article […]

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