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What You Should Know About Scheduling Your Wedding on a Holiday

Many couples planning their nuptials will at least passingly consider a holiday wedding. But for those seriously thinking about putting their big day on Thanksgiving or Christmas, there are some important things to know.

Category: Wedding Planning

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A Few Common Misconceptions About Funerals

When it comes to burying a loved one, there are definitely traditions in every culture. But that doesn't mean you have to follow them. Keep in mind that while death is complicated, the funeral doesn't have to be.

Category: Funeral

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Tips for Finding LGBTQ+ Friendly Wedding Vendors

For LGBTQ couples getting married, having vendors that support your union is very important. Your big day deserves exceptional service - here's how to find wedding vendors that will fully support your wedding.

Category: Wedding Materials

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The Low-Down on Life Insurance

Shopping for life insurance, or even understanding all the terms and legal language, can be a confusing ordeal. Here's your guide to life insurance, so you can square that away and plan for your family's future.

Category: Loss

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What To Do When Friends Ask You To Officiate Their Wedding

Has a friend or family member requested that you officiate their wedding? Being asked is a major honor - and can be intimidating. Here are some tips on how to perform a great wedding, and the steps to make it legal.

Category: Perform a Wedding

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Unusual Funeral Customs From Around the World

Nearly every culture on the planet holds funerals for the deceased, but some mourning customs might seem downright strange to those outside that civilization. Here are some unique traditions from across the globe.

Category: Funeral

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Your Quick Guide to Power of Attorney

If you've got a family member that's seriously ill, you've probably heard the term 'power of attorney'. Not sure where to start on obtaining POA? Here's how to navigate the system to give your family peace of mind.

Category: Society

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Under 40? Consider Planning for Long-Term Care Now

If you're a young person, you might think that long-term care is a consideration for another day. But even if you're in your 30s or 40s, it's a good idea to begin planning for your future and your health now.

Category: Society

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Create a Wedding Plan for Rainy Weather in Advance

Although certain pop songs might say that rain on your wedding day is a negative, you can easily make the most of a non-ideal situation. If you're anticipating a little wedding rain, here's what you need to do.

Category: Wedding Planning

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The Wedding Trends That Are Sticking Around

Wedding trends come and go - just ask the massive, eight-tiered cakes of 1980s weddings. But many trends have some serious staying power. Here are some newer wedding trends that are likely to stick around.

Category: Wedding Planning

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