Winter weddings are romantic, magical and also great for those on a budget. If you’re considering booking your big day during the colder period – between November and March – here are a few ways to ensure it’s simply perfect: Choose the Right Venue Ensuring guests are warm throughout the ceremony and reception is something …

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A wedding is a special moment for you and your partner but you can make it special for your guests too! Share the joy with every person who matters to you by making it a fun and memorable event for them as well. Here are 6 essential ingredients to make your big day one of …

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Despite the months (often years) of careful planning which go into most weddings, nobody really wants to spend the big day worrying about money. In fact, most couples just want a guarantee that their big day is going to be memorable and that everything afterwards will be plain sailing too. The best way to achieve …

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A destination wedding is a great way to have a unique and personal wedding day with just you and your spouse and perhaps a few close family members. It’s less stressful than planning a wedding at home and you get to combine your wedding with your honeymoon. Here are some destination wedding tips from those …

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Why save the vacation for the honeymoon? Here are our top wedding destinations around the world. The choice is yours! Jamaica  If you are looking for a more private and sentimental destination then this is the place to choose. It is a wedding and a honeymoon all in one, with; wonderful waves and romantic beaches. …

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You’re planning the biggest day of your life. The venue is booked, the dresses are ready, and the menus have been scrutinised and changed a dozen times. You’re almost ready, but you still need a few personal touches that let guests know exactly what your quirky, wonderful relationship is all about. While some couples do …

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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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should we elope

We Want To Elope My fiancé and I were together for 8 years and he finally popped the question a month ago. Everyone is extremely excited for us. We have been talking about our marriage options. We’ve decided that since we will have to pay for the wedding ourselves, we may not want to have a …

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wedding vow questions

I’m trying to figure out how I want my ceremony and I noticed most have the bride and groom repeating the vows. Can the bride and groom just say “I do” at the end and not have to repeat the vows or is repeating them an important part of the ceremony? Father Anderson, Episcopal Priest …

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wedding invite problems

Invite Wedding Guests to Ceremony but Not Reception Under what circumstances, if any, is it considered to be acceptable to invite all guests to the ceremony, but only some to the dinner/meal part of a reception with the rest being allowed to join after the food is finished? Is this one of those things that …

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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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Wedding And Reception In Same Place We are having my daughter’s wedding and reception in the same place,. All guests will be seated at their tables before the ceremony except the wedding party. What is a good transition from the ceremony to the pictures after and then back into the reception? Will they walk out …

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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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We are having a small wedding with just our immediate family and and closest friends. It is an out of town wedding and our list goes from inviting 30 to having to invite 115. We are financially strapped so we are trying to make the most of it without going into dire debt. We are …

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