Category Archives: Wedding Tips & Tricks

Wedding Toast Tips

There's never any guarantee that a wedding toast will go as smooth as one hopes it to be! While the couple is longing for a toast that is sweet, memorable and funny, it can also be a trainwreck waiting to happen. With proper preparation, planning and these key wedding toast tips, you'll have nothing to…
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Unique Ideas for Your “Something Blue”

By now I'm sure we've all heard the infamous rhyme: "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue." This time-honoured tradition dates back to at least 19th century Lancastershire, making it a ritual brides have been honouring for decades. The rhyme itself refers to the five things a bride should wear on her wedding day. While not…
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Wedding Traditions You Can Skip

Brides tend to follow the traditional rules when it comes to a wedding. They feel like they have to follow traditions and rules that don't necessarily apply anymore. A bride now a days can choose anything she wants regarding her dress, veil, food, ceremony and reception style. Being a traditional couple is a good thing…
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Wedding Bag Essentials

With wedding planning a prepared bride is a happy bride. With a dedicated planner and bridesmaids by your side, knowing that you've got everything in your own bag can be enough to ease some pre-wedding jitters. A stocked emergency kit is a must-have for any bridal suite, you never know when a mishap will happen.…
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Bridal Shower Invitations

A bride's family and friends look forward to getting together at a bridal shower to honor the future Mrs. and welcome her into a new life as a married woman. While everyone looks forward to the drinks, food and gifts, properly planning out the day is key to an event gone smoothly. The very first…
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Inexpensive Wedding Details

Designing your dream wedding on a reasonable budget is easier said than done. Especially if you want a celebration that your friends and family will be talking about for a very long time after. Not to worry savvy brides, we found inexpensive wedding details that will make a big impact on your special day. Trust…
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Things To Know About Writing Your Wedding Vows

It's very easy to understand why many couples choose to write their own wedding vows. It's a special way to tell your significant other and everyone else how you truly feel. Most people aren't born poets, so it won't come easy to most people. If you find yourself with a case of writers block, not…
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Engagement Party Do’s And Don’ts

Engagement parties are such a special time in a soon-to-be bride and grooms life. It's a time where you get to celebrate the joy of a new beginning with close friends and family. Since there are so many rules to follow when it comes to these parties, we've rounded up engagement party do's and don'ts…
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What Not To Say In A Thank You Card

A lot of etiquette rules have disappeared in recent years, but those having to do  with thank you notes have remained rigid - no emailing, no not sending and no one-size-fits-all sentiments. It's still easy to make a mistake in the thank you card itself. To help you avoid these problems, we found six common…
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Wedding Guest List Tips

Planning a wedding is an exciting time for both partners involved - there’s all the parties, dinners, cake testing, flowers, dress/suit picking, and venues to plan and decide on. But, when it comes to making a guest list, things can get tricky. Who do you choose to invite to your special day? And who do…
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How To Avoid Wedding Day Disasters

This is something no couple wants to think about, but it has been a reality for some in the past. No one knows how or when a disaster can strike, especially on a wedding day with a lot going on. Perhaps the weather was unfavorable, a groomsmen had one too many drinks, or your DJ showed…
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Styling An Easter Wedding

If you're wedding happens to land on a day leading up to Easter, than your in luck. Styling an Easter wedding sounds easy enough, what with the beautiful scenery, fresh blooms and who could forget about pastels. The symbolic nature of springtime and Easter is of rebirth and new beginnings. This echoes the idea of a…
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