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A Wedding on a Budget

A wedding on a budget seem like an oxymoron. Weddings are some of the most expensive events. From the dresses and suits to the reception décor, wedding furniture rental, and party favors, a couple who is about to get married will have a lot of pencil-pushing to do to make sure that there’s room for everything in their budget. If you really know what you want and are planning way ahead of time, it is not all that difficult to do this. You need the luxury of time and a lot of elbow grease to spruce up a wedding on a budget. It’s great if you can have a group of friends as your “event committee” to help you with all the leg work. Getting organized The first thing for you to do is to get ...

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How Is Coronavirus Changing The Dating Game Positively?

Online dating is not new, but how is coronavirus changing the dating game permanently? Before we answer that, let's look back at how people are dating before the virus put activities on a halt. People are dating online, young ones who are in a long-distance relationship with their beaus call, text, video call each other to get closer. You will see a lot of those on youtube. There are apps single people used to swipe, tap, click on, to match with someone who might be compatible with them per app's recommendation. In reality, there isn't much to knowing someone (aside from what's on their profiles) until you meet them up-close. So how is coronavirus changing the dating game for the better? ...

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Colorful Parasols As Wedding Accessories

Colorful Parasols as wedding accessories have been a trend for many years now. The parasol is a type of umbrella, which by function is meant to protect a person from the scorching sun. That’s one reason why it’s made only of light materials such as handmade paper, waxed cotton, Thai silk, or lace. Although the parasol has Asian roots, it became part of every delicate ladies’ fashion ensemble in western societies back in the 1920s. These women used parasols as sunshades to protect their skin from the beating of the sun. Today, though, parasols are making their way back into familiar territory not only as fun and as functional protectors from the sun but also as wedding accessories. Since ...

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The Marry Month of June – Why Is June a Popular Wedding Month?

Among all the 12 months in the calendar, June is always a popular month for weddings. Is it just coincidence that women want to get married during that time of the year or is there an underlying meaning to this “marry” month of June? One of the reasons why June is always a choice to celebrate weddings is because the name of the month was derived from Juno, the ancient Roman goddess of marriage. It was said that if a couple is to wed within her month, it would bring them good luck. She is also said to help settle arguments between husbands and wives. And because Juno is also the deity of pregnancy and childbirth, it was believed that those who call upon her will be blessed with ...

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Trade Your Wedding Heels for Cowboy Boots

Most autumn weddings take place outdoors because brides and grooms want to make the most of the cool weather. And with outdoor weddings come themes that let couples be more adventurous with their wedding details, one of which being the bride’s footwear. Since outdoor weddings would entail the bride to walk on the ground — pebbles, sludge, soil, and all — women must wear something comfortable and that, at the same time, protects their feet from getting dirty. Footwear like pumps or heels are not the best options; not only would these leave their feet grubby, they may even cause the bride to trip and fall. And we don’t want that to happen. A great alternative, therefore, would be wearing ...

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Wedding Dress Code: What Your Wedding Guests Should Wear

One of the questions brides- and grooms-to-be get from their guests is about the wedding dress code - what to wear during the wedding. That’s why setting the dress code is important — you wouldn’t want someone to wear jeans and sneakers at your formal reception, or a tuxedo during your beach ceremony. It’s not enough, though, to state “black-tie optional” or “casual attire” on your invitation, lest your guests would wonder what they mean. It would be very helpful if you specify what kind of outfit you would want them to wear on your big day. But if you are as confused on how you want your guests to dress in, here’s a quick guide: Casual – means your wedding has a laid-back vibe. Ladies can ...

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