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Feel Like Royalty At Your Wedding

You may not be exchanging vows at Westminster Abby or becoming a royal with a title on your wedding day, but any bride can feel like a princess. Taking time to make sure all details are secured before the event ...

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A Romantic Start

After the high of your wedding and honeymoon, coming home to “real life” can be a bit underwhelming. Keep the excitement of your wedding going by doing something special for your new spouse. We love this idea: a set of ...

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Shopping Week: Newlywed Home Décor

Once your Christmas decorations are taken down and your wedding is over, it’s time to redecorate your nest. Let everyone who visits your home know that you’re newlyweds! A pretty “Happily Ever After” pillow declares your wish for your married ...

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Decorating at Home

Weddings are a goldmine of decorating ideas, many of which can be adapted for your home post-honeymoon. Take inspiration from your own wedding, those you attend, and photographs you see online to set up your first home together. This slideshow ...

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Watching Your Debt

No one wants to start their married life in a hole, so the folks over at DIYBride.com have built a handy calculator to help you figure out just how long your credit card wedding spending could stick around. The tool ...

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Romance Lasts!

Don’t let anyone tell you the romance has to fade after many years of marriage: a new study published last week in a psychology journal reported that 13 percent of couples say there is still “high levels of romance” in ...

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Save or Spend?

Besides the obligatory blender, you’re also likely to get a large amount of cash for your wedding. What should you do with it? You could blow it on that big-screen TV you’ve been eying, or you could take some advice ...

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Making It Work

You’re engaged, so you’re probably already getting lots of marriage advice, most of it likely unsolicited. The temptation might be to tune out all that advice, but it is important to remember that just because you’ve said “I do” doesn’t ...

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Of marrying age

So, what do you think is the “right” age to get married? The U.S. Census Bureau has released some statistics showing that the median age of first marriage is the highest its been since they started keeping track of such ...

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New marriage “rules”

You’ve probably been getting marriage advice since you started announcing your engagement, right? I saw a piece on the Today Show the other day about some new “rules” for marriage by Good Housekeeping magazine. What they’ve done is taken five ...

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