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How to Ask for Money Instead of Wedding Gifts

When it comes to weddings, it is traditional for most guests to end up bringing wedding gifts. Your guests love you and want to show you how much they care about you. They want to make your day as special as possible by bringing wedding gifts you really want or need. Because gifts are not required, you might be wondering why you should create a wedding registry. Creating a wedding […]

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Wedding Etiquette of Rehearsal Dinner

Who Pays for the Dinner? As more and more couples decide to either pay for their own wedding expenses or to share them amongst their respective families, the part of rehearsal dinner wedding etiquette that governs who pays is now less obvious. In the past, tradition dictated that the groom’s parents paid, as a way of showing that the groom’s mother—as well as the bride’s—was knowledgeable about entertaining. But, in […]

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The Significance Of Wearing Your Wedding Ring On Your Right Hand

When choosing which hand to wear your wedding band on, it is a tradition to wear it on your left hand. But there are women who choose to wear it on their right hand. Originating from an English royalty dynasty belief, that the left-handed wedding ring wearer to be joined to the heart by a vein, symbolizing wearing a ring on that finger, revealed for all to see, their heart […]

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Wedding Called Off: Who Returning an Engagement Ring

Many couples may desire to have a vintage wedding at time of proposal as vintage wedding inspiration and dreams become foreground. Dreams of the vintage wedding along with vintage wedding inspiration are ended when a break-up occurs and the wedding is called off. A major question then arises concerning Returning an Engagement Rings. Legal Considerations of Returning an Engagement Ring In the United States interpretation varies on the matter of […]

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Wedding Etiquette of Rehearsal Dinner

Who Pays for the Dinner? As more and more couples decide to either pay for their own wedding expenses or to share them amongst their respective families, the part of rehearsal dinner wedding etiquette that governs who pays is now less obvious. In the past, tradition dictated that the groom’s parents paid, as a way of showing that the groom’s mother—as well as the bride’s—was knowledgeable about entertaining. But, in […]

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Vintage Wedding Gift Idea

Vintage wedding gift idea range from paintings to historical homes. Most givers want a wedding gift to be beneficial to the newly wed couple. Handmade items from past generations make lovely gifts, even old kitchen items. Memorabilia, used to decorate a corner of a home or a handmade coverlet used on a bed or a favorite chair makes for great gifts, a wedding gift is thoughtful. Decanters, picture frames and […]

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Some “Dos” and “Don’ts” of Wedding Etiquette for Guests

Even if you are attending a wedding as a wedding guest, there are still rules for wedding etiquette for guest. As an individual who has covered weddings from multiple viewpoints, including a wedding guests, I offer this advice regarding wedding guest etiquette and wedding inspiration. RSVP on Time While most couples provide a large window to reply, wedding etiquette dictates that you be should placed on the guest list as […]