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A Quick Guide to Throwing an Engagement Party

Many couples host a joint engagement party to celebrate their engagement with family and friends. Take a look at this guide to find out how to pull off the perfect party that will get your guests excited for the wedding.

Category: Engagement

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Getting Through Your Guest List in One Piece

Creating a wedding guest list is one of the first tests of a couple's ability to compromise. Check out these tips for whittling down your ideal list to one that is manageable, affordable, and agreeable to both parties.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Tips for Choosing Godparents for Your Child

Choosing your children's godparents is a very big decision- This is a person that you'll trust to help raise your children. Here are some tips on how to select the right individual for this important duty.

Category: Society

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Healthy Ways to Mourn

Losing someone close to you can be absolutely devastating; You may feel like you'll never be able to move on. In those tough times, it's important to lean on your support network and stay active to get through the pain.

Category: Loss

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Tips on Selecting Your Wedding Party

Selecting your wedding party is one of the most fun and exciting parts of planning the wedding. Check out these tips for selecting the lucky and honored few who will join you up at the altar on your big day!

Category: Wedding Planning

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Calling Off Your Wedding: What To Do and How To Cope

Canceling your wedding, for any reason, may seem like one of the most devastating and difficult things you can do. In this trying time, use your support system of close friends and family to get through.

Category: Society

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Experiencing Wedding Anxiety? Try These Tips!

Most people who've planned a wedding have experienced wedding anxiety. After all, planning a wedding is time-consuming and stressful! If nerves are getting the best of you, reduce your anxiety level with these practices.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Think Outside the Box: Fun Alternatives to the Traditional Bachelor Party

Planning a buddy's bachelor party but unsure what to do? Consider tailoring the evening's events to his personal interests and hobbies. These crowd-pleasing ideas will ensure a good night is had by all!

Category: Ceremonies

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Dealing With Parents Isn’t Always Black and White

When it comes to parents, things can get complicated. Are children, even adult children, always required to respect their parents' wishes? What are you supposed to do when you and your folks don't see eye-to-eye?

Category: Society

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Service Animals and Your Wedding: What You Need To Know

If you're inviting a friend or family member who uses a service animal to your wedding, you'll need to do a little extra planning to ensure that you're accommodating them properly and that the venue is fully accessible. 

Category: Wedding Planning

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