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  • What To Know About Virtual Dress Shopping

    Weddings and the surrounding events will likely look different for quite some time. As couples now prepare for ultra-intimate -- or even virtual – weddings, or are looking to purchase a wedding dress for late 2020 or 2021, virtual dress shopping provides a safe way to have that once-in-a-lifetime shopping experience. Here’s what you need to know... 1. Experience & Customer Service is Important  Go with a shop that has experienced consultants. Narrowing down dresses is much easier when you’re working with someone who knows what they’re doing and has a knack for pulling the right dresses. 2. Understand the Process  When you call...

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  • Before Canceling, Consider If A Micro Wedding Is Right For You

    COVID-19 has turned so many of our lives upside-down, from work-related changes to financial struggles. There is one part of life that doesn’t have to change, though. You can still marry the love of your life. Before canceling the big day, consider if a micro wedding, with just your spouse-to-be and a few beloved guests, is right for you. 1. Ideally, what would be your guest list size? The idea of a micro wedding revolves around lowering your guest count to under 50 people. It brings your wedding back to an...

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  • Common Diet Mistakes to Avoid When Prepping For Your Wedding

    Few life events are as exciting as your wedding. If you’re getting married soon, you naturally want the day to be perfect. For some people, that means losing weight. Dieting before your wedding is common and understandable. Just like wearing the wrong type of supportive footwear for a workout can ruin a fitness goal, you don’t want to sabotage your dieting efforts by making certain mistakes. The following are common diet mistakes that you need to guard against.  Skipping Meals Losing weight isn’t always easy. You need to  monitor how much you’re...

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  • Wedding Checklist Before Your Big Day

    Congratulations! After only seven days, you are going to be married. It's time for the final countdown to one of the best days of your life. To help you navigate the last week of planning and make your final to-do lists, we have listed a few things to remember to do leading up to that big day. Check out our suggestions below to help you organize your personalized 7 day checklist.  A Week Before Your Wedding Confirm your guest list and finalize the seating plan with your venue coordinator Communicate with...

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  • How To Pick A Scent Theme for Your Wedding

    When the magic and surprise of an engagement comes to an end, it's time to start the fun part: planning the wedding! As any bride or groom will tell you (regardless of whether or not they hired a wedding planner), there are seemingly thousands of decisions you need to make to ensure your wedding day is one for the books. From seating charts to floral arrangements, first dance music to venue options, wedding bands to the perfect wedding dress, there's any number of decisions to make. One of these choices...

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  • Check Your Phone At The Door

    What is appropriate when it comes to cell phones at your ceremony? Should friends and family have free reign to shoot and post, or should cell phones be checked at the door? Read "Check Your Phone At The Door" from the Wedding411 Magazine. —Read more articles from The Wedding411 Magazine

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  • Simple Ways To Save On Your Way To I Do

    For some people, the thought of planning their wedding can be overwhelming, especially if they are working with a limited budget. Weddings are meant to be happy occasions, celebrating love and the joining of two families. Avoid the worry and try out these easy ways to save, so your wedding is a time you can enjoy instead of being too stressed. Combine & Consolidate When You Can One useful money-saving tip to consider involves consolidating some of your print items that you may need for the day of your wedding....

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  • Guided DIY

    Who knew a 2012 boot camp class at the Y would connect two then stay-at-home moms over a shared loved for crafting and set in motion their ultimate DIY project. Read "Guided DIY:  Connect Over Crafting At maker practice  In Catonsville" from the Wedding411 Magazine. —Read more articles from The Wedding411 Magazine

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  • What’s Your Money Love Language?

    We all give and receive love differently. Some like to be told they are appreciated, and others like to be shown. The majority of people know the famous relationship guru, Gary Chapman, who discovered the five major love languages and how to navigate them. Oddly enough, these love languages also come into play with how you may like to spend your money.  The five categories in which the majority of people prefer to express and receive love are:  Acts of Service: Any action carried out to help someone else.  Quality...

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  • Modern Family

    Does your wedding day call for casting family members in roles beyond the traditional mold?  The good thing is that there are no rules. Read "Modern Family: How To Cast Your Wedding with Non Cookie Cutter Roles" from the Wedding411 Magazine  for some helpful tips from three local experts. —Read more articles from The Wedding411 Magazine

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