Last week, I heard on some cheesy daytime show that Pippa Middleton (or whatever her married name is now) was enforcing a "no ring, no bring" policy for her wedding guest list: no "plus ones" for friends and loved ones unless they were married or engaged.
I suppose this is a good way to keep a wedding guest list under control—for Pippa. For one thing, I'm sure plenty of well-wishers were very interested in attending her wedding, and…
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Most people don't know how to plan a wedding. Either they've never been married before, were last wed back when big, poofy sleeves were cool, or they just can't sort through the slew of choices a modern wedding presents. In comes Pinterest.
I have a love-hate relationship with Pinterest. So far, it has helped me organize the wedding goodies I like and find new ones I may want to use. However, I get frustrated with the lousy ideas I see…
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I hate to disappoint you all, but no one will be catching a sweaty, chub-rub-frayed (yes, that could probably happen on my legs in just a couple hours) garter at my wedding. To me, tossing the garter is a creepy, unnecessary tradition. Honestly, I can't imagine how someone decided that whole ordeal would be appropriate for a wedding.
And just when you thought it couldn't get creepier, Pinterest made it happen!
You're next, Guys! Isn't that just thrilling? You get…
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Do-it-yourself centerpieces, custom-designed invitations, personalized vows, choreographed dances—wedding books and blogs have turned planning a wedding into a part-time job. I'm talking thirty-two hours per week and eligible for benefits.
With all the elements that go into a wedding nowadays some mistakes are inevitable. And if you think you aren't making any mistakes in your wedding planning, the Internet would like to prove you wrong.
When I started planning my wedding, I had some ideas of the mistakes…
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If you’re a woman with a love of fashion and a lackluster social life, you’ve probably sat at home alone on a Friday or Saturday night watching Say Yes to the Dress. For those too cool to watch, the show follows brides as they shop for their dream wedding gowns at Kleinfeld Bridal in New York City.
I started watching the show back when it started in 2007, when I had no boyfriend, no hint of marriage anywhere…
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