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Keep Your Sanity While Creating Seating Arrangements With These Tips

The seating chart is one of the most underrated frustrating parts of wedding planning. From avoiding drama to simply doing the math on the number of seats, here's how to plan your wedding seating chart with ease.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Wedding Loans: Smart Solutions or Bad Decisions?

Wedding expenses add up quickly. And while it's tempting to acquire a wedding loan, it's important to be careful and know the risks of borrowing. Here are the pros and cons of using a loan to finance your wedding.

Category: Wedding Materials

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Exciting Honeymoon Options on a Budget

Planning a honeymoon but also trying not to break the bank? It's not as hard as it sounds. Check out these super creative ways to have the incredible honeymoon of your dreams all while saving a few bucks.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Writing Your Own Wedding Vows? Read This Before You Start

Many couples now are writing their own wedding vows rather than sharing traditional religious vows. From the ideas stage to delivering your vows, there are a number of ways you can go about writing your custom vows. 

Category: Wedding Materials

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Need To Cancel a Wedding RSVP? Save Face With These Etiquette Tips

Already said 'yes' to a wedding RSVP but now need to back out? When canceling a wedding RSVP you need to communicate properly with the couple as soon as possible and make it up to them after the wedding ceremony.

Category: Ceremonies

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Wedding Readings 101: A Simplified Guide

Poems, lyrics, book passages- the options for your wedding reading are nearly endless- and endlessly daunting. Here are some tips on how to pick a wedding reading that means a lot to you and your future spouse.

Category: Wedding Planning

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A Groom’s Guide to Wedding Plans

While there are plenty of guides out there for weddings from a bride's perspective, there's not much out there for to-be grooms. Grooms: Here's your guide on how to make your mark in the wedding planning process.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Executive Functioning and Wedding Planning: What You Should Know

If you're having unique troubles with wedding planning like jumping from detail to detail or inability to focus, you may have an executive function disorder. Here's what that means and how you can move forward.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Dealing With an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

If you've had a family member who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease you know just how painful and devastating the disease is. However, there are a few strategies you can use when dealing with the disease.

Category: Loss

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Craft the Perfect Wedding Registry With These Tips

If you're setting up a wedding registry, there are some things you should know to get the most out of it. Creating the ideal registry requires more work than you might think. Here are some tips to set it up.

Category: Wedding Materials

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