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Creating Bachelor and Bachelorette Experiences for Modern Times

When people think of bachelor and bachelorette parties, certain stereotypes come to mind. But you can totally do things your own way. Here are some tips on making the most of your bachelor or bachelorette party.

Category: Engagement

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How to Plan a Wedding by This Halloween

Trying to throw together a Halloween wedding on short notice? While that may seem like a tall order, it's not impossible. From getting a dress to hiring a band, here's how to throw a fun Halloween wedding in 30 days.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Health Tips To Consider Before Your Wedding

Getting fit before the wedding is the goal of brides and grooms the world over. But wedding health goes beyond the physical. Consider these additional ways to get your mind and body in tip-top shape for the big day.

Category: Engagement

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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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Living Together: How Cohabiting Couples Fare in the 21st Century

More and more, unmarried couples are deciding to cohabitate- "moving in" together. What was once a taboo is now very common. But statistically, how do those couples fare against others? Are they more likely to succeed?

Category: Engagement

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The Religious Beliefs of Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein is one of the 20th century's greatest minds, known worldwide for his scientific genius. Many have wondered about the religious beliefs of this titan of science.  Did Einstein worship a God?

Category: Faith

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The Wizard of Oz: Children’s Classic or Atheistic Allegory?

The Wizard of Oz is one of America's most beloved tales. Throughout the years, many have had their own interpretations of just what Dorothy, Toto, and all the rest might really represent, including atheists.

Category: Society

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Don’t Let a Natural Disaster Ruin Your Wedding

If you live in an area where natural disasters are common, then you do run the risk of a disaster threatening your big day. Avoid heartbreak with proper preparation and by purchasing wedding insurance.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Gifting Etiquette for a Baptism

If you've never been to a baptism, you may not know whether to bring a gift. With gifting common at many baptisms, there is also etiquette to be followed. Here are some tips for proper gift etiquette at baptisms.

Category: Baptism

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How to Get Baptized

Are you planning on having you or a loved one get baptized soon? There are some common steps you'll probably need to go through, depending on the specifics of the baptism. Here are the ways you can prep for baptism.

Category: Baptism

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