Wedding Planning and Money Saving Tips

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A lot of couples will want to save money on their wedding. This is probably because of the fact that a wedding can sometimes be very expensive. In fact, it will be more essential to save money if the couple has a really tight budget. As a result, you will need to find [...]

50TH ANNIVERSARY GIFT IDEAS

A 50th anniversary gift commemorates a milestone most married couples wish to reach. What can you possibly give a couple after 50 years of marriage? The most meaningful wedding anniversary gift is one that comes from the heart: to express your love and appreciation towards all that they mean to you, how their staying married [...]

Gifts vs. Cash — Wedding Etiquette Q&A

Q: My daughter is getting married in October 2008. Her and her fiance have everything they need for their home. Is it okay to ask for money instead of a gift? If it is okay, how do we word this?
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Answers below:
JW stated: :My advice for money hungry: “No, it is not okay to [...]

Wedding Pictures: A Few Helpful Hints

A professional photographer is an important part of a wedding. They are professionals that have been to hundreds of weddings, understand the significance of the day, have excellent equipment and produce quality work. For a wedding photographer Louisville KY, Detroit Michigan, Tampa Bay Florida or Colorado Springs Colorado offer similar challenges. For a wedding photographer [...]

Who signs bridal shower thank-you notes?

Question: When writing thank-you cards for a bridal shower, how should they be signed: by just the bride or the bride and groom?
Answer: Oh, thank-you cards. They’re always a hot topic on TheKnot.com message boards. It’s up to you. People will address their gifts and cards to just you at your shower, but you’ll typically [...]

Wedding Etiquette – Your Most Common Wedding Etiquette Dilemmas Solved!

As one of the biggest and most potentially stressful events of your life, getting engaged and subsequently planning a wedding brings with it an onslaught of questions. As times change and weddings evolve, traditional rules of etiquette have followed suit, only adding to the confusion.

To gain perspective, first understand that “etiquette” is above all about treating people with courtesy and making them feel comfortable. When an etiquette question arises, consider the feelings of those who will be affected. To steer you through the fog of questions, I’ve compiled a quick look at the top five most common wedding etiquette dilemmas: Family Etiquette, Invitation Etiquette, Gift Etiquette, Attire Etiquette and The Cash Bar Issue.