If you are looking for some good wedding invite wording samples, read on. The following ideas courtesy of The Knot provide the inspiration you need! Traditional Wording Sample Native para Mr. and Mrs. [proper names of those hosting] request the honor of your presence [request line]* at the marriage of their daughter Keely Murphy [bride’s …

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This is a common question. Let’s start with the simple answer. You should focus on eating well and being active. If that leads to some needed weight loss, beautiful! If not, you’ll walk down the aisle healthier and more fit than you are today. Right Path Fitness has some guidelines as you begin your healthy …

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How to Plan a Spring Wedding

With its greens, yellows, and pinks, spring is fast becoming the most popular wedding season. The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and your love is blooming along with all the beautiful flowers around. What else can make your big day even more special? However, there are still so many things to do before …

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American weddings occur at various times throughout the day and night. Wedding time is directly linked to reception tone, for example a formal cocktail party does not work for weddings at 1 in the afternoon. Wedding budget constraints also affect nuptial time, as Saturday night weddings are much more costly than Friday afternoon ceremonies. Many …

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Attending your very first American wedding? There isn’t a whole lot to learn about, so fear not. A Catholic wedding is an example of a traditional wedding, particularly a High Mass wedding. The main thing to know about such weddings is that they are…long. Anyhoo, other things to know about American weddings is if you …

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No, no, and HECK NO. Any couple who tells you paying for your meal at a wedding is a “new tradition” is LYING. Plain and simple. You bought them gifts off their registry and are possibly traveling to see them say “I do,” and they can’t even feed you?? That’s insane and ridiculous. You might …

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Wedding toasts are either great or cringe-worthy…and there’s not much in between. If you want to ensure your toast is something to remember for the right reasons, check out what you should remember….and what you should avoid. Remember Be Prepared: You’re a member of the wedding party, so be ready to speak! Make a few …

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Reader Question: I need some help. My grandmother has offered to give me her antique jewelry. She wants me to sell it to help fund my wedding. I have no idea how to go about doing that? Advice please. Despite the rise in the popularity of antique jewelry and jewelry inspired by pieces from times …

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Can We Have A Reception Before a Ceremony? I’m having a very small informal wedding in the Arizona desert with approximately 50 guests. We’ll be having the ceremony and reception in the same location and we’re planning on a sunset ceremony. Can we have the reception before the ceremony, ending the evening with the sunset …

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What to do when your fiancé doesn't want a wedding

Surprisingly, this is a common trend. Your beau proposes to you, and one part of the couple doesn’t actually want a wedding. What do you do? Well, we’re sharing two similar real-life situations, offering up some pithy expert advice, and then mapping out different routes to take to get your engagement off on the right …

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My husband and I were married 10 years ago, when we were 19. We are looking for a “do over” considering the first marriage was not exactly what we had hoped for. We are opting for a church and holding a reception where we were first married. Our daughter (5 years) will be our flower-girl …

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Small Wedding Ceremony With a Big Reception? Hi! My fiance and I have always wanted a small, intimate wedding. Partly because I have some serious stage fright and the idea of standing up in front of 200 people terrifies me, and also because we both want it to feel personal and share it with the people …

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Brother Walking Me Down The Aisle. How to Add Him to The Program. I am making the wedding programs for my niece. Her brother is escorting her down the aisle. How do I say this and where should I list this information in the wedding program? Weddings Unlimited On the section where you are listing the …

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  My fiance and I are going to marry in the fall. We have grown or mostly grown children. We are looking for ways to start new wedding traditions by giving heirloom gifts that can be passed from child to child during subsequent wedding ceremonies (children’s not ours as we will not be remarrying again.) …

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