When you’re tying the knot, getting your head around all the little aspects of wedding planning can be a bit overwhelming. From figuring out your budget to picking your venue, trying on dresses to buying wedding jewellery, there’s so much ‘unknown territory’ to explore. However, for many couples, wedding stationery plays a central role in …

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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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I have reviewed posts for hours and have found similar, but not exactly the same questions being answered to what I need to find out. My fiance’s mother is deceased and his father has remarried. In addition, my parents are divorced and do not get along, and my mother is very easily hurt and slighted. …

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Wedding Announcements Vs Invitations Announcement My daughter has a limited budget for the reception and can only invite a certain number of guests to the wedding (with dinner reception to follow). We would like to send separate invitations to wedding guests but also want to include friends and family in the celebration by way of …

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How Much Time Is Too Much Time Between The Ceremony And Reception? Question: We are thinking of having our wedding at 12 pm and our cocktail hour stars at 4:30. The majority of our guests are local, but we do have some out-of-towners, of course. We live in an area where there is plenty to …

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  Hello! I am planning to make my own escort cards for my reception. Is there a free escort card template that I can download online that you can recommend? I am looking for a format that allows you to type on it and then print it out yourself. Also, since I have a Victorian-themed …

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Question: What would the appropriate wording be for an officiant to say at a renewal of vows after 10 years? Is there a recognised speech and procedure as in a traditional wedding ceremony? What would he say to bring the ceremony to a close? Donna, Wedding Queen, President; Top Wedding Sites, Inc®, a wedding planning …

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