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6 Social Media Rules for Engaged Couples

Did you get engaged over the holidays? Congratulations! No doubt you’re still on cloud nine and soaking up the well wishes of those you love you. We hope you’ll take a peek at our tips for newly engaged couples at ...

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Wedding Planning Resolutions for the New Year

Newly engaged – or getting engaged soon? Congratulations on your engagement! If you’re just starting the planning process, you’ll find that it is exciting, fun, frustrating — and a full-time job. Consider these wedding planning resolutions when you make your ...

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5 Steps to Bridal Show Fun

Whether you’re newly engaged or already in the throes of wedding planning, nothing helps you check off more boxes on your to-do list than a bridal show. Where else can you find so many wedding service providers in the same ...

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Winter Wedding Signature Drink: Chilled Cocoa Martini

Delight guests at your winter wedding with a grown up version of a childhood favorite: Hot chocolate! We found this divine recipe at Mon Cheri Bridals. Chilled Cocoa Martini 1 packet hot cocoa mix 1 cup milk 3 oz whipped ...

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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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Ceremony 101: Who Sits Where?

Like all aspects of a wedding, there are traditions for where the couple’s families sit at the ceremony. Traditionally, in Christian ceremonies, the bride’s family and guests sit on the left while the groom’s sit on the right. In Jewish ...

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Getting a Marriage License in Southern Maryland

To be legally married in the eyes of the State of Maryland, you need a marriage license. These are issued by the Clerk of the Circuit Court, and there’s one in every county. You’ll need to apply for a license ...

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