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I am a firm believer that it’s your wedding, so Have It Your Way.  When you don’t make it about you as a couple, it takes away from the meaning behind this one day.  Case in point, I once attended a wedding in Dahlonega, Georgia (which incidentally is where people usually begin their foray into a […]

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There is a great cost-saving trend that finds couples booking their reception venues on Friday evenings or Sundays.  While it makes it a bit more difficult for traveling friends and family, it can literally save thousands of dollars by choosing any weekend time other than Saturday. Off-peak weddings can make a huge monetary difference and, for […]

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Save the Date… or Don’t

When Fiance and I finally decided on a venue and a date after 2.8 years of being engaged, we immediately told those critical to making our day special: Our parents Our siblings Our friend the officiant Not to say that everyone else on the guest list isn’t important. We just assumed that those aforementioned would […]

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Thanks to Facebook and the other multitudes of social media, the folks who drifted apart after high school are drifting back together.  In fact, I used Facebook to organize a mini-reunion for the kids I was in marching band and chorus with all those years ago; we gathered at the location of our old school […]

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I worked in colleges and universities directly with hundreds of students for about eleven years. During this time, I met engaged leaders in the residence hall community and was an advisor to clubs and organizations. Because of this wide network of former students, I receive between twenty to thirty wedding invitations every summer. Many are […]

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Save That Date!

Big wedding? Small wedding? Either way – save that date! Of course, both the bride and groom want everyone they invite to attend the wedding and put the date aside. Why not do it in a unique way? For many the “Save The Date” invitations will be the first taste of the wedding. Consider making them personal, […]

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