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Being asked to be a bridesmaid in a wedding is an honor, but it can also be rather expensive. Everything from the bridesmaid dress to planning the bridal shower requires time, attention to detail & careful spending, and as the big day approaches you are expected to help out with the wedding as well. All in all the experience may start to feel pretty overwhelming.
Lexi Petronis reports on how to be the world’s best bridesmaid (and not end up broke or hating the bride) for Glamour Weddings. This comprehensive guide includes tips & testimonials from women who are all too familiar with the responsibilities that come with the title.
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On the day you get married you want your hair to look as lovely as can be. Of course, this desire carries through to every day of the year, but on your wedding day you deserve to have truly gorgeous hair.
Emily Hebert reports for Elle on the best hairstyles for weddings, with insights from celebrity stylists on how to tease your tresses with textural elegance & soft, stylish results.
This inspiring guide shows examples of refined, modern romance and revamped classics that will compliment a variety of accessories, neck lines and hair types.
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If you are engaged and planning your wedding, nine times out of ten you will find yourself rather confused about all of the wedding etiquette involved.
With everything else you have to worry about, details like how long you have to send out thank you notes following the Wedding can feel trivial until everything starts to fall into place. For example, on which lapel should the Groom and Groomsmen wear their boutonniers? What does this even mean?
Lucky for us, The Huffington Post clues us in on the wedding know-how we are wondering about.
One of the most challenging tasks for all you brides & grooms-to-be out there is the process of writing your own wedding vows…
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Deciding how to share & express the love you feel for your life partner is an incredibly daunting task fraught with self-doubt, obsession & frustration. We want to be charming, entertaining, serious, romantic and original; not to mention comfortable about memorizing and reciting our vows in front of our families & friends.
Professional writer Jen Girdish of A Practical Wedding gives us a comprehensive report on her personal experience, including helpful tips & guidelines for writing your own. Read the entire article, How To: Write Wedding Vows.
“And if you start to think, what if my vows aren’t good enough? I give you permission to slap yourself.”- Jen Girdish