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The top three destination wedding locations beyond the borders of the continental United States are Hawaii, Mexico, and the Caribbean, and it’s easy to see why. Saying “I do” under a canopy of palm trees with the crashing waves as your soundtrack is a dream come true. But you don’t have to be at a five-star resort or even somewhere sunny to have a beach wedding that feels absolutely magical
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The average wedding in the United States in 2019 cost a whopping $33,900. That’s roughly the equivalent of a new car or even a hefty down payment on a gorgeous new house. While there’s nothing wrong with spending your savings on a dream wedding, even A-list celebrities and other wealthy couples have a budget in mind. Use these expert tips to keep your wedding expenses under control without

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There are hundreds of wedding programs that span every style and color palette imaginable. From floral themes to Art Deco-inspired lines, folded programs to fans, you can find an expertly designed template that matches your personal aesthetic and theme. But what if you’re hoping for some hilarity? If you want to make your wedding program funny, take matters into your own hands with these
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Wedding invitation styles are about as plentiful as you can imagine. There is an endless supply of designs to choose from, and then there are the customizations. From adding extras to springing for postage, lots of factors influence the ultimate price tag for pretty invitations. Here are some things to consider when you’re learning how much wedding invitations cost — and how much you’re willing to
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All weddings are full of joy, but there’s something extra sunny and bright about a springtime wedding. Maybe it’s the promise of birds tweeting as you slip into your wedding dress or newly bloomed flowers lining the aisle as you await your love. Whether you’re looking for programs to match your favorite spring wedding invitations or just want to explore what a spring wedding might look like, these
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“[W]hen you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.” — Nora Ephron, When Harry Met Sally Getting engaged is like speaking the first few words of a novel-length promise. You know you’re at the beginning of something momentous. But in order to get from “yes!” to forever, you have to set a date. For some people
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Once upon a time, it was spring 2020 and couples all over the world thought they’d be getting hitched sometime in the next 12 months. They sent out wedding invitations, playfully argued over color schemes and decided that lemon cake with raspberry filling was definitely the way to go. Then a viral outbreak changed everything about how we live and gather in groups and even best-laid plans were

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What is a wedding without wedding flowers? For anyone who loves the sight of a garden in full bloom or remembers fondly the bouquet of bachelor’s buttons and camellia exchanged on their first date, having flowers on your big day is probably high on the wedding wish list. But there’s an opportunity to incorporate botanical elements far beyond your typical bouquets and boutonnieres. These 21 floral
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From May flowers to April showers, there is so much about spring that lends itself to a wonderful wedding day. And yes, we said showers with a great, big smile — after all, a misty morning makes for some gorgeous wedding photos, and in some cultures, rain on your wedding day is considered good luck thanks to water’s connection to fertility and cleansing. No matter the weather, getting married in
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In the “before times,” planning a wedding involved a good deal of certainty. Once deposits were down, you pretty much knew what was happening when. Sure, it was nice to have flexibility just in case something unexpected popped up, but even non-traditional “I dos” adhered to a general wedding checklist. And then COVID-19 happened. Now, wedding planning has pivoted to take into account not only what

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On average, wedding photographers spend about 8 hours taking photos on the big day, and they send as many as 800 shots to their clients afterward. While those are some amazing numbers, it’s even more incredible how often 799 of those shots are shockingly cliché. Anyone who has spent more than a few minutes wedding planning knows that most of the wedding photography advice on the web is the same
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According to some studies, a mere 9% of weddings take place during the winter months. According to anyone who has ever had or been to a winter wedding, the other 91% are missing out. There are a million reasons why saying your vows in winter is a blast, including fun stoles and wraps to wear over your dress, cozy flannel or plaid cummerbunds and bowties to jazz up your suit or tux, and holiday