The process of getting married is often more than just planning the wedding itself. There are a number of pre-wedding occasions that are customary in the lead-up to the big day. While these events are not required, there are many ... read more
Whether people simply forget to sign a wedding guest book or get shy worrying what to write, this traditional wedding activity can be overlooked by many if you aren’t careful. Here’s a few ways to collect those signatures so you ... read more
Whether you have 50 wedding guests or 300, there never seems to be enough time to catch up or have meaningful conversations with them during the reception. This can be especially frustrating if your guests live far away and you ... read more
It’s an image we all know very well: a bride and groom, standing over their wedding cake, lovingly feeding one another. But then—BAM—the cake is smashed into each other’s faces! It’s a fun, playful moment that many couples look forward ... read more
Every bride needs four things when she walks down the aisle: something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. For many, their dress (and shoes and jewelry) qualify as “something new,” but for some brides, their wedding gown is ... read more
Choosing your wedding party is an important part of preparing for your big day, and in doing so, there are many key roles to fill. One of those, depending on what you want for your wedding, is choosing a flower ... read more
Pre-Cana classes may sound scary, but it’s really not all that bad to learn all you’ll ever want to know (and more!) about your future husband or wife. I went into wedding planning knowing I was marrying a Catholic (I ... read more
Weddings are major events that bring out excitement and joy for most people. But what about folks who are very superstitious? What are some common wedding-related superstitions and should you pay attention to them or ignore them altogether? Although there ... read more
Wedding traditions vary wildly from one culture to another, and many of these traditions and rituals stem from the dominant religions of each region. Shinto weddings in Japan include the san-san-ku-do, a purification ritual that involves sharing cups of sake. ... read more
While you may be very used to the traditions and customs for weddings that take place where you live, it’s interesting to learn about the many varieties of ways that other countries and cultures celebrate this momentous day for their ... read more
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