How to Coordinate and Plan Your Long-Distance Wedding Party

How to Coordinate and Plan Your Long-Distance Wedding Party

For many couples, their loved ones are not as close as they'd like. Long-distance wedding party members present fun opportunities, as well as challenging obstacles that may arise. Still, it's always worth it to have your inner circle at your side throughout the journey.

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4 Ways You Can (Politely) Enforce Guidelines for Your Wedding Guests

4 Ways You Can (Politely) Enforce Guidelines for Your Wedding Guests

Whether you think rules were meant to be followed or broken, you likely want your guests to adhere to them for your wedding day. Here are a few ways you can ensure that your guidelines are followed to a T by all of your guests.

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Your Guide to Planning a Rehearsal Dinner (Without the Stress)

Your Guide to Planning a Rehearsal Dinner (Without the Stress)

We completely sympathize with you — the last thing you probably want to do is plan a wedding rehearsal dinner on top of the stress and expenses of your big day itself. This event, though completely optional, marks the beginning of your wedding celebration with your closest family and friends, and there are a number of things you can do to ensure that you avoid any speed bumps. 

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Common Mistakes Couples Make with Summer Weddings

Common Mistakes Couples Make with Summer Weddings

For many of you, the beginning of summer is more than just excitement over beach vacations and warm weather — it means that your long-awaited summer wedding is nearly here! We asked wedding industry pros to chime in on some mistakes they often see couples make, and how you can prevent them from happening on your big day.

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Tough Conversations to Have with Your Wedding Party

Tough Conversations to Have with Your Wedding Party

Planning a wedding is supposed to be one of the happiest times of your life, but there are plenty of conflicts that can arise when you’re juggling a wedding party, parents, and in-laws with differing opinions. Wedding pros share their strategies for tackling tough conversations, as well as what you can do to avoid causing unnecessary stress.

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The Benefits of Paying For Your Wedding Yourself

The Benefits of Paying For Your Wedding Yourself

Traditionally, it was always said that parents and other family members would help out financially, within their means. While it’s a wonderful relief for those fortunate enough to have that sort of help, many couples foot the bill themselves when it comes to tackling the costs of their wedding. Paying for your wedding yourself won’t necessarily save you money, but it can save you a ton stress, and here’s why.

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DI-Why? Real Talk About Tackling Your Own Wedding Projects

DI-Why? Real Talk About Tackling Your Own Wedding Projects

The real question you should be asking yourself isn’t whether or not you can pull off a DIY cake pop display, but why you might feel DIY itself is necessary. And if it’s a “must do,” how can you do it smartly?

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7 Not-So Obvious Details You Need to Tell Your Vendors

7 Not-So Obvious Details You Need to Tell Your Vendors

The big to do’s come easy when you first get engaged — set a date, find a place to get married, and book someone to feed everyone — but what most people don’t realize is that the minor details they forget to mention to their wedding day team can actually make or break your celebration.

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