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Coloring Your Wedding: All About Color Systems

Your wedding colors define the entire look and feel of your wedding. Here's how to choose wedding colors that reflect your personality and how to communicate that color language to your wedding vendors.

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Giving Your Mom a Prominent Part in Your Wedding

There are a lot of wonderful ways to give your mother or your spouse's mother a prominent place in your wedding, should you so choose, from involving her in planning or walking down the aisle together. 

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Don’t Want a Traditional Wedding? Try These Alternatives

While most of us think of large, traditional weddings when we think of weddings, there are plenty of alternative ceremonies for couples looking for a smaller scale or simpler wedding. Here are a few of our favorites.

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Yes, You Can Still Get Married Despite COVID-19

Many couples who intended to get married this year have already postponed to next year. However, a stripped-down COVID wedding gives you the opportunity to remind yourselves why you're getting married in the first place.

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Five Helpful Hints for Degenderizing a Wedding Ceremony

As LGBT couples wed, many find that some wedding traditions are rooted in gender norms that don't apply to their union. Thankfully, there are some creative ways LGBT couples can degenderize their wedding and reception.

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Wedding Favors That Are Perfect for Autumn

Are you so obsessed with autumn that you're getting married during it? Share your love of all things fall with your wedding guests with these creative and cool wedding favor ideas that exemplify the fall season.

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Odd Origins of Some Common Wedding Traditions

From wearing something blue to freezing the cake, weddings have some pretty memorable and unique traditions. But where do they all come from? The origins of your favorite wedding traditions might surprise you.

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Tips for Bridesmaids During the COVID-19 Pandemic

If you've been a bridesmaid, then you know that that role can have a lot of unforeseen responsibilities. In COVID, you're probably dealing with even more. Here's how to be a good bridesmaid in our difficult times.

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Considering a Backyard Wedding? Read This First

Having a backyard wedding is a clever way to cut costs on your wedding and make it more personal at the same time. Still, there are some things you'll need to know before you commit to tying the knot in the backyard.

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In Defense of the Honeymoon

While honeymoons are kind of tough to do currently, eventually life will get back to normal and honeymoons will be possible again. While you wait for that day, take the time to plan the perfect getaway.

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