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Grooms: Don’t Ignore Your Pre-Wedding Stress

Wedding stress can affect anyone. But too often, grooms-to-be ignore or disregard their high stress levels. Here are a few tips for grooms that might help lower their stress level- and why that is important.

Category: Wedding Planning

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A Quick Guide to Your Wedding-Cake-Cutting Ceremony

Cutting the wedding cake is one of the longest enduring and most famous wedding traditions. Planning your dessert table isn't all a cakewalk, though. Take a look at this helpful guide for all things wedding cake.

Category: Wedding Materials

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A Groom’s Introductory Guide to Skin Care

Many grooms put a lot of thought into how their suit or hair looks- but not much into their skin. Don't overlook proper skin care; you'll need to take great care of your skin if you want to look your best at the wedding.

Category: Society

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Selecting the Right Wedding Registry Items

Setting up your wedding registry is going to be one of the most fun parts of wedding planning. It's a great opportunity for you and your future spouse to think about the items that will help you build a home together.

Category: Engagement

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Premarital Counseling and You: Understanding Your Options

Many believe that counseling is only for couples whose relationship is on the rocks. But what many don't know is that premarital counseling can give couples a great foundation to build their marriage on.

Category: Engagement

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Unity Ceremonies 101: Symbolizing Your Love

Holding a unity ceremony at your wedding is an increasingly common ritual in modern weddings. Jointly lighting a unity candle is a great way for couples to symbolize their union and the beginning of their marriage.

Category: Wedding Materials

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Does Size Matter? Guest Counts and Your Wedding Budget

Your wedding budget and the number of guests you intend to invite often go hand-in-hand. If you're having trouble finding the right balance, here are some tips for juggling your guest list and your pocketbook.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Relax Before Your Big Day With a Game Night

Tired and stressed from all the wedding planning? Hosting a game night for family and friends is a great way to unwind and clear your head. Here are a few tips for hosting a fun, crowd-pleasing gathering.

Category: Engagement

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Save for Your Wedding Like a Pro With These Budgeting Tips

Properly budgeting for your wedding is a very important skill. From vendors to the venue, everyone needs to get paid. Check out these tips for setting up a proper wedding budget with smart saving techniques.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Joint Bank Accounts and Other Post-Wedding Financial Considerations

Before the wedding, couples need to have that age-old discussion of whether or not to open a joint bank account. Knowing the level of financial entanglement you'd both like will save you headaches down the line.

Category: Marriage

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