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In Loving Memory: 5 Ways to Remember Loved Ones on Your Wedding Day

If you’re missing someone’s presence on your wedding day, you probably want to pay tribute to them at your ceremony or reception. A tribute is a lovely way to honor your relationship and mark the important place that person played ...

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3 Tips for Making Your Wedding Theme Work for You

You don’t have to choose a theme for your wedding, but if you’re not sure where to start your planning, choosing a theme can help you move forward. Here’s how to make your theme work for you. A theme can ...

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10 Things You Should Know Before You Choose a Wedding Venue

After dress shopping, one of the most fun parts of planning a wedding is visiting possible locations. It’s exciting to visit a space and dream about how you could stage your wedding there. But don’t book venue visits for the ...

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14 Food and Drink Bars That Will Delight Your Guests

Candy buffets have long been a reception addition at weddings, but today’s couples are thinking outside the candy shop – and outside the box. Treat, drink, and food bars are becoming a fun wedding addition that allows couples to share ...

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4 Hot Colors for Cool Spring Weddings

Wedding color trends change each season, and for spring 2017, these four colors are popular with wedding-planning couples. Will you work them into your wedding décor? Green Greenery is Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year, so it’s no surprise that ...

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5 Wedding Dress Trends to Watch in 2017

Wedding dress designers work on a different timeline than the rest of us. While you’re thinking about your 2017 wedding now, designers are already looking ahead to 2018. It takes about six months for wedding gown designs to go from ...

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MD Wedding Inspiration: Fall in Charm City

You’ll totally get why Baltimore is called Charm City after you take a look at this fall-themed styled shoot. Set atop a row home in the city’s Butcher’s Hill neighborhood, the skyline becomes a backdrop for rich fall colors accented ...

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Ceremony 101: Who walks when in the procession?

Like most aspects of a wedding, there are traditions guiding when certain players walk down the aisle. Of course, rules are meant to be broken, so don’t feel like these are hard-and-fast rules. But, if you’re not sure how to ...

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Ceremony 101: Ushers and Readers

If your bridal party is full but you still have friends or family you’d like included in your ceremony, ask them to be ushers or readers. These wedding day roles are not meaningless tasks. Each has important duties to perform. ...

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Finding Your Bridal Style: How to Pick a Veil

Most brides will tell you they didn’t truly feel like a bride until they put on their veil. Whether you choose a short birdcage veil or a long chapel-length veil, your veil is the final touch on your wedding day ...

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