Category Archives: Tips For your Wedding

Wedding Planning As A 50k Plus Job

For those who are eyeing for 50k plus jobs out there, wedding planning could be one of the most suitable for you. Through the years, there has been an increase in the demand of wedding planners maybe because people are now busier to go in to the nitty-gritty part even of their own weddings. Being a wedding planner is a skills-based job, meaning, one has to have enough organization and personal relations skills to be able to […]

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Planning Great Wedding Reception Table Decorations

The right wedding reception table decorations can set the right mood for the discerning couple or designer. The proper customization and theme can make sure that the families and friends attending the wedding end up feeling the love in the air in the same way the couple would be. Of course, ideas for centerpieces don’t always pop out at will, which is why people need fire-starting concepts and images to make sure they can pick the very […]

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Plan Your Own Wedding: The Variety of Ceremonial Rites

Which kind among the many types of wedding ceremonies is one of the most important decisions that a couple will be making when they planned to get married. The most common wedding is the formal one. The bride dresses in a length-train gown, veil on top, driven by a white car, and eats an exceptionally large cake at the wedding reception. This kind of wedding embodies the elegance and seriousness of what a marriage is all about. […]

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Pioneering: The Gatlin Education Services Now Offers Wedding Planning Certification

More and more couples are going for the convenience of hiring wedding planners, which has now become a potential sustainable profession. That is why schools offering wedding planner-coordinator courses are internationally recognized and currently in the rise. In addressing the demands of the wedding industry, the Gatlin Education Services (GES) ventured on offering a Certified Planning Program for beginners in the field of wedding planning. GES provides online workforce to various colleges and universities for their career […]

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The Best Man And The Maid Of Honor

If we think of a wedding as a film – and it has to be said that, unless we have been drinking, we usually do not – then the bride and groom are the actor and actress in a lead role, while the positions of “supporting” actor and actress go to the best man and the maid of honor. In a wedding, these latter roles are considered highly important and choosing people to fill them can often […]

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Now You See Me, Now You Don’t…

Given the implied importance of tradition for a wedding day, there are a lot of things that people superstitiously stick to even given their apparent inconvenience. One of these traditions is that the bride and the groom should not see one another from midnight on the day of the wedding until they meet at the altar. The idea is that, when their eyes meet in the witness of the wedding arena, they should look upon one another […]

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Speech! Speech! Speech!

One part of the wedding experience that is considered almost essential is the point during the reception at which, after the meal has been eaten and a reasonable amount of wine has been drunk, the best man gets to his feet and speaks from the heart (and usually from a sheaf of notes filled with juicy stories) about his friend the groom. There is some argument about the tone this speech should take. As they will often […]

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Wedding Day Quirks

When you strip away all of the pageantry and all of the traditions which are not specifically required by law, the present form taken by a wedding is simply a short exchange of vows between two people who have decided that they want to spend the rest of their lives together. But if you ask a hundred people what marriage, and weddings, mean to them, there will be broad mentions given to the other parts of the […]

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The Changing Face Of Marriage

Some time ago, it was impossible to get married anywhere other than the interior of a religious building, and any ceremony conducted outside of these boundaries was considered not to constitute a genuine wedding. As times have changed, and our perceptions along with them, we find ourselves in an age where it is now easier to get married than it was before – and where the option to marry is extended to people who previously could not. […]

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Capture The Wedding On Video

Not so long ago, before the major technological advances of the last couple of decades, a video camera was a very rare thing to own. People who did own one quite frequently had little idea how to operate it and were rewarded for their efforts by shaky, unfocussed clips with extremely poor sound that would look out of place in anything but a “Funniest Home Videos” compilation. In the present day so many advances have been made […]

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