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Sensible Solutions For Alcohol Problems at Weddings

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

For most people, it just wouldn't be a wedding without a glass of Champagne or a few signature cocktails While serving alcohol can certainly promote a laid-back and festive atmosphere, it can also lead to some major headaches From the guest who has had one too many to drinking and driving, these are some sensible solutions for alcohol problems at weddings...

Wedding Cocktail Hour / Appetizer Options

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

There are a lot of different ways to fill the gap between the end of the wedding ceremony and the start of dinner A cocktail hour (or “mocktail hour” if you prefer) with a full selection of passed hors d'oeuvres and stations is one end of the spectrum, while some couples opt to have a very limited display of light refreshments or even none at all Here is a look at all of the options for the wedding cocktail hour and appetizers to help you decide which version is most appropriate for your wedding...

What Happens at a Bridal Trunk Show?

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

For those who are new to the world of weddings, a lot of the terms can be unfamiliar One often hears of bridal trunk shows, but a lot of brides are not actually so clear on what that means Will the designer be there...

Maximize a Small Reception Space

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

If your reception space is a little tight, it is important to make the most of every square foot There are some nifty tricks which will help to make a small wedding reception site feel more spacious Learn how to maximize a small reception space to give it a roomy feeling...

What to Do With the Train on Your Wedding Gown

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

The long, beautiful train that makes your wedding gown so gorgeous as you walk down the aisle can be a bit of a nuisance during the reception After all, it is not so easy to dance with a cathedral length train dragging behind you on the dance floor From bustles to detachable trains to convertible gowns, these are some of the ways to manage your train for the wedding reception...

Hiring Friends as Wedding Vendors

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

So you are looking around for ways to save money on your wedding, when a friend offers to be your wedding photographer, design the invitations, or make the cake What's a bride to do There can be some very good reasons to accept a friend's kind offer to help, but also some excellent reasons to run the other way...

Holiday Advice For Newlyweds and Engaged Couples

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

You know what they say, you don't just marry one person, you marry their entire family Sometimes this can seem like a blessing, but when it comes time to make your holiday plans, too much family can start to feel like too much of a good thing For newlyweds and engaged couples, it can become challenging to sort out the competing invitations from both families, carve out special alone couple time to create new traditions, and keep everyone happy in the process...

Favors For Holiday Weddings

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

A wedding favor is a nice way to thank your guests for attending your wedding celebration Favors are often inspired by the season or the style of the wedding reception, and winter weddings offer lots of great possibilities for seasonal favors These are some wonderful ideas for favors for holiday weddings...

Name Change Options for the Newly Married Couple

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

When a couple decides to get married, one question that the bride-to-be will often hear is “Are you planning to take his name” What once once a no-brainer is now a matter for personal reflection and consideration, based on a number of different factors, including societal, family, and professional...

Ways to Celebrate Rites of Passage

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Society

In life, we have many special occasions to commemorate The rites of passage which make up some of the most significant celebrations include special birthdays, graduations, marriages, births, and religious milestones Such momentous events deserve to be marked with special parties, gifts, and other forms of commemoration...

How to Find a Jeweler You Can Trust

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Advice

Shopping for jewelry can be an intimidating thing for many people, whether they are looking for a simple pair of pearl earrings or that perfect engagement ring to say “Will you marry me” Customers often wonder if they are getting the best quality, the most fair price, and the right style for their needs...

Live Musicians or Wedding D.J.?

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

The entertainment you choose for your wedding reception will greatly influence the flavor of the party Do you envision a traditional wedding, complete with a family bridal gown and pearl necklace, where the music played might be more familiar to your parents than your friends (think Sinatra, Cole Porter) Or maybe your idea of the perfect reception is one where the bride wears a short sequined party dress and the action on the dance floor is non-stop until the break of dawn...

What to Wear to a Black Tie Party or Wedding

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Advice

Most of us lead fairly informal lives So when an invitation arrives in the mail which states “black tie”, many women are left scratching their heads What exactly does black tie mean (for a woman; the dress code is pretty straightforward for a man)...

Dinner Guest Manners

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Etiquette

The art of fine entertaining is not lost Although most of us rarely host elegant parties, every once in while, it can be a lot of fun to gather around the table with friends for a proper dinner party Of course, it is not just the efforts of the hosts that make a dinner party a success; the guests have a role to play as well...

Healthy Wedding Menus

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

The trend these days is towards healthier “whole” foods If making wise food choices is a part of your everyday life, it makes sense to extend that philosophy to your wedding reception These are some great ideas on planning healthy wedding menus that everyone will love...

Birthday Gifts for the Bride to Be

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

If you have a bride to be in your life, you have probably noticed that the wedding is her top priority lately For this reason, she is sure to appreciate a gift which is wedding-based when her birthday comes around From special wedding jewelry to spa indulgences, these are some fabulous ideas for birthday gifts for the bride to be...

Ways to Make Your Wedding Processional Special

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

The processional during the marriage ceremony is certainly one of the most moving parts of any wedding It is the moment when the groom and the assembled guests all get their first look at the bride in her long white gown, bridal veil, and crystal necklace There is the wonderful anticipation of when the bride reaches the altar and first meets with her groom...

Anniversary Celebration Ideas

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

Your wedding anniversary is a wonderful time to celebrate your marriage, fondly remember the past, and look forward to your future together Give your anniversary the special attention it deserves by making a big deal of the day These anniversary celebration ideas will help to make your special occasion memorable and romantic...

Save Money on Your Wedding Bubbly

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

Champagne is a festive part of any celebration However, not every wedding budget includes an allotment for cases of Dom Perignon or Cristal Don't give up on the idea of a champagne toast for your wedding...

Trends in Flower Girl Accessories

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

If you plan to have a flower girl in your wedding, you know how much fun it can be to pick out a very special dress for her to wear These days, the flower girl's outfit does not just end with the dress, though; special accessories are as much a part of making her look pretty as they are for the bridesmaids Get inspired by learning about these wonderful trends in flower girl accessories...

Beautiful Place Settings For Wedding Receptions

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

The more care you put into selecting the details for your wedding reception, the more gorgeous it will be Sure you could just use the standard white china supplied by the caterer, but you have the chance to do so much more with your reception tables These are some ideas for beautiful place settings for wedding receptions...

White Bridal Bouquets For Every Season

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

Winter, spring, summer, or fall: white flowers are perennial favorites for weddings The beauty, purity, and grace of white flowers make them the most traditional choice for bridal bouquets at any time of the year Learn about which flowers to choose for your wedding in this guide to white bridal bouquets for every season...

Cute Ideas For Flower Girls

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

Nothing is more darling at a wedding than the flower girl From the moment she first appears at the end of the aisle, she is sure to make everyone smile You can make your little one even more adorable by using one of these cute ideas for your flower girl...

Wedding Attire For Traditional Brides

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

Choosing your bridal attire is not just about finding a gown that makes you feel and look good right now It is also about picking something that you will still love when you look back on your wedding pictures in ten years or even twenty years If your taste runs towards the timeless more than the trendy, you will enjoy these suggestions on wedding attire for traditional brides...

What to Wear to a New Year's Eve Wedding

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

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Few weddings are more spectacular than those held on New Year's Eve Everyone knows that the bride will be wearing something breathtaking, but what about the wedding guests It is safe to assume that the simple sheath that is your “go to” dress to wear to an afternoon wedding just won't cut it when the festivities are being held on New Year's Eve...

How to Put a Wedding Announcement in the Newspaper

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

There is an old saying that a proper lady should have her name in the newspaper only three times in her life: when she is born, when she is married, and when she dies No woman will have control over the first and last of those, but when it comes to the happy occasion of your marriage, you will get to be the one to make sure the announcement appears in the paper This is how to put a wedding announcement in the newspaper to share the news of your wedding with the world...

Ways to Personalize Black Bridesmaid Dresses

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

Love 'em or hate 'em, black bridesmaid dresses are here to stay With so many brides now choosing black dresses for their attendants, it can be pretty easy for them all to blend into a sea of sameness from one wedding to the next The key to avoiding this is to add special details in the cut of the dresses, accessories, and flowers to make your bridesmaids' attire feel unique...

The Mix and Match Wedding Trend

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

Brides these days are moving away from the type of wedding where everything is perfectly coordinated Instead, a natural and colorful trend is on the rise that is all about creating a festive and relaxed atmosphere Get inspired by the mix and match wedding trend when planning your own celebration...

Advice For Young Second Time Brides

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

Much advice is available for second weddings, but the majority of it is written with the assumption that the bride is in her 40s or beyond The reality is that plenty of second time brides are young enough that they could be mistaken for first time brides (if not for the previous husband, that is), and some of the etiquette and fashion advice geared towards older brides might not quite make sense for a second timer in her 20s or early 30s This is some special wedding advice especially for young second time brides...

Easy Things to Cut From Your Wedding Budget

Author: Bridget Mora

Category: Marriage

Planning a wedding on a budget can feel so challenging However, brides who have already planned beautiful yet affordable weddings know that there are certain things which are easy to give up when trying to save money To help you prioritize your wedding funds, learn about these easy things to cut from your wedding budget...

 
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