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After you've said "Yes"... The age old question... "Now what?"

by Marie Tyler Wiley

After you've said "Yes"... The age old question: "Now What?" You've got the ring, you've got the guy/gal - you even have your wedding officiant. But what happens now? The way I handle my affairs is as follows. Most all other officiants run more or less along these same lines... [more]

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Getting the Most From a Bridal Show - Part 1

by Larry James

Attending bridal shows can be most helpful in planning your wedding. Here are some tips that will help you get the most from your bridal show experience. Where else but at a bridal show can you preview ceremony and reception locations, peruse photographers' portfolios, see and hear entertainers and see... [more]

  • Getting the Most From a Bridal Show - Part 1

Getting the Most From a Bridal Show - Part 2

by Larry James

Bring your fiance with you for at least one trip to the event, and then go again with your mother, your maid of honor, future mother-in-law or girlfriends. Going twice allows you to really take in everything you need to see. Do your best to stay together or at least... [more]

  • Getting the Most From a Bridal Show - Part 2

Relating to Your Wedding Officiant

by Marie Tyler Wiley

The trend these days seems to be delaying selection of the officiant until very late in the wedding planning process. This is puzzling, as the union cannot be solemnified unless an officiant is present. The celebrant should actually be one of the very first people you hire. I recommend you... [more]

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Finding Common Ground in Wedding Ceremonies

by Rev. Leah Light

Those seeking to marry used to have two choices only: a reverend or rabbi of an established church or synagogue, of which one usually had to be a member, or a civil ceremony at the courthouse before a judge. Now there is an expanding gray area between the two with... [more]

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Getting the Most From a Bridal Show - Part 3

by Larry James

Don't be afraid to tell someone that you already have booked his or her service with another vendor. Take a minute and visit with them anyway. Who knows? You make pick up a tip or suggestion you or your vendor hadn't considered. You should always feel comfortable with a vendor's... [more]

  • Getting the Most From a Bridal Show - Part 3

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