Many modern couples are still traditional in the sense that they don’t live together until they get engaged or married. Having a sleepover or playing house with your significant other beforehand is fun and helps you grow close to one… Read More
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Summer and early fall can be a time of an overwhelming number of weddings. Especially if you’re on the younger side, you probably had plenty of friends getting engaged last fall and they’re all having their ceremonies now. While you’re… Read More
Walking down the aisle to wed the man of your dreams is one of the most magical and memorable moments in a girl’s life. But behind the smile and laughter, the bride and groom, at one point or the other, experienced a bit of anxiety on how to make their wedding budget work.
You’ve fallen in love and now you’re decided to move in together – it’s the next logical step for your relationship. But be prepared, combining your lives and belongings is a process and requires thought and consideration to make it a positive experience.
Not all that surplus food from wedding receptions and rehearsal dinners needs to go in the trash. It is estimated that there are nearly a half million hungry or “food insecure” people in the state of Maryland. Kate Sam, communications manager for the Maryland Food Bank, says her organization oversaw the distribution of 23 million pounds of food to the needy in 2011.
Tips for blending pet families; whether you’re bringing pets together or one spouse-to-be is getting used to the idea of having one!
Tying the knot can mean uniting pets that were previously seen as “his” or “hers” or may mean one person facing the challenge of accepting a pet into the picture.
Even if a couple has been living together, that “mine or yours” mentality may still reign up until saying “I do” or continue beyond.
It’s Throwback Thursday! Enjoy this article from a previous edition of Wedding411 Magazine.
There is a Maple tree right outside my living room window and I love seeing the buds swell as the weather warms. I have to admit, I love the change from winter into the warmer months. Having spent a good bit of time cooped up in an apartment, it’s now time to get outside and enjoy Baltimore’s unique green space and a picnic!