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Gender-Inclusive Wedding Roles and Terms

Historically, the wedding industry has always emphasized heterosexual couples–right down to the letters. While bride and groom certainly describe some people who get married, those terms in no way represent everyone. And proper representation is really important at your wedding…

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5 Ways to Overcome Wedding Photo Anxiety

Having your photo taken can be nerve-wracking. And that’s especially true at an important event, like your wedding, when you’re wearing fancy clothes and planning to look at the photos for the rest of your life. (No pressure at all,…

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7 Ways to Cut Down Your Wedding Guest List

Creating a guest list is one of the hardest tasks on your wedding to-do list. Or, to be more specific, creating a guest list that fits within your budget and your venue is difficult! Once you start thinking about extended…

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Adults-Only Wedding: How to Say “No Kids Allowed”

As the wedding industry slowly recovers from the initial wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, the adults-only wedding trend is back in full effect. If you’re reading this, you’re probably considering your own adults-only wedding. But if you’re reading this, you…

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Matching Your Wedding Party Like a Pro

There are a lot of things that will match at your wedding—or at very least complement each other. For example, your napkins may complement your flowers, and the cake may match the centerpieces. When you choose a color palette or…

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7 Ways to Include Your Kids in Your Wedding

If you’re tying the knot with children, this is a special day for them, too. After all, it’s a celebration for the joining of two families—and not always just two people. Including your kids in your wedding is a great…

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