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Getting Married? Mask Up With This Helpful Guide

If you're proceeding with a wedding during the COVID-19 pandemic, it's important to ensure the safety of yourself and your guests. One way to do that is to make sure you and your guests wear masks at the ceremony.

Category: Wedding Planning

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How To Plan a Drive-By Engagement Party

COVID has certainly changed the way we do weddings and engagement celebrations. One creative way to hold a safe and socially distanced engagement party is a drive-by party for your friends and loved ones.

Category: Engagement

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How To Stick With Your Resolutions

Most us will make New Year's resolutions - not all of us will see them through. Whether your resolution is to lose weight, break a bad habit, or something else, there are some simple ways to improve your odds of success.

Category: Society

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Tips for Dealing With Pressure From Loved Ones When Wedding Planning

Planning a wedding is an exciting and stressful time. Despite your best attempts, you might find your or your partner's family pushing or pulling you one way or another. Manage that wedding pressure with these tips.

Category: Wedding Planning

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The Role of the Godparent

Being asked to be a child's godparent is a great honor. But many don't know exactly what that entails. While the expectations can vary, there are a few universal things that parents will expect of you.

Category: Society

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Relaxation Techniques That Can Calm Wedding Anxiety

The thought of getting married in front of a bunch of people can understandably cause major anxiety. While it might seem like wedding nerves are inevitable, there are techniques you can use to help manage the stress.

Category: Wedding Planning

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COVID-19, Wedding Etiquette, and You: Invitations, Gifts, and Masking Up

Weddings in the age of COVID-19 have their own unique set of guidelines, considerations, and etiquette. If you're unsure what that might mean for you, or if you should even attend the ceremony, start here.

Category: Wedding Planning

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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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