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8 Special Ways to Add a Personal Touch to Your Wedding
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8 Special Ways to Add a Personal Touch to Your Wedding

Weddings are all about personalization these days. So how can couples include their mutual passions or hobbies in cute but not-too-cheesy ways? Here are eight great ideas for giving guests a wedding experience that incorporates something special about you as a couple. 1. A group excursion If you're doing a destination wedding, a group excursion is a great way to incorporate your favorite activities into the celebration.

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5 Ways to Use Social Media at Your Wedding That Don't Feel Intrusive

If you're all about keeping your wedding intimate and special for the people in the room, the overuse of social media may make it feel like your guests are completely disengaged. With constant snapchatting and people posting on their Instagram stories, it's easy to feel like there is a phone in your face at all times on your wedding day.
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A Chic City Wedding at HГґtel Le Marois in Paris

Karelle Steiner and Christopher Golda have a mutual friend to thank for their relationship. The two first met at bar in Toronto in 2016-and when said friend introduced them, even he saw a spark. "He told us later that he immediately knew we would get married and ended up sneakily taking a few photos of the two of us, which he gave to us as a wedding gift," Karelle adds.
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A Summer Camp Wedding on Mink Lake in Ontario

Sleeping bag. Pillow. Playing cards. Flashlight. Bug spray. Is this the packing list for summer camp or a wedding? For Adrian Ohmer and Darren DeWitt's friends and family, the answer was both. When the Ann Arbor, Michigan-based couple announced that they'd be saying “I do” on August 12, 2017, at Camp Smitty, a nearly-100-year-old summer camp on Mink Lake in Ontario, they made it clear: What the festivities might lack in five-star amenities, they would more than make up for in good old-fashioned fun.
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Woman Walks Out of Wedding After Seeing Bizarre Menu Rule

We've seen a guest raid a wedding buffet for leftovers, a bride require a $75 entrance fee to her wedding, and a maid of honor clean up 99 dead goldfish after a bride's wedding favor idea went horribly wrong-AKA, we thought we'd seen it all. That is, until one wedding guest shared the reason she walked out of a friend's wedding recently.
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A Music-Filled Destination Wedding at Round Hill in Jamaica

Some brides obsess about their dream dress. Others, their fairy-tale location. But when Jamie Baratta started planning her March 9, 2019, wedding to boyfriend Maurice Slade, she had a different focus. “For me, it was all about the music,” she says. “The music had to be bomb.” For anyone who knows the couple, this came as no surprise.
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YouTube's Derek Blasberg Weighs in on How Social Media Has Created #TheViralWedding

The first part of this fairy tale is fairly traditional. Boy meets girl, boy proposes, they get married. But what happened to Jillian Peterson and Kevin Heinz in the days following their wedding in St. Paul, Minnesota, exactly one decade ago, is a thoroughly modern fable for today. Jillian, who loved to dance growing up, had the idea for her wedding party to boogie down the aisle to a pop song.
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Kim Stolz and Lexi Ritsch's Classic-Meets-Bohemian Bridgehampton Wedding

These two gorgeous brides, who wed on June 15th, 2013, may look a little familiar. Kim (above, on the right) is no stranger to the spotlight. She competed on America's Next Top Model in 2005, has been an MTV News correspondent, and opened NYC hotspot The Dalloway in 2012, all before joining Citigroup and penning a book, which hits shelves this summer.
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A Wedding at Home in the Hamptons

Samantha Lynch and Jordan Zmijewski have always loved visiting museums and galleries together, so she wasn't suspicious at all when Jordan planned for the two to visit the new downtown location of the Whitney Museum in May of 2015. “We planned to visit the museum, then head to the museum's restaurant for dinner,” Samantha explains.
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5 Couples Who Majorly Regretted Having a Friend Officiate Their Wedding

It's 2019 so couples are no longer looking to keep up with the Joneses, they are looking to keep up with the Kardashians. Which means couples planning weddings are asking themselves a question that's just getting harder and harder to answer: How can we make our wedding stand out? And one way couples are distinguishing their weddings with meaningful moments are by incorporating their friends and loved ones into their celebration.
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A Wedding Planner's Sophisticated Backyard Wedding in Connecticut

As a partner and event producer at FГЄte NY, Allison Aronne is a wedding planning pro-but even she needed help planning her wedding to Ryan Beauchamp, whom she met on New Year's Eve in 2016. After Ryan proposed in Antibes in June of 2018, the couple searched New York City for the perfect venue but quickly found that nothing felt "quite right.
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An Elevated Mountain Wedding in Cashiers, North Carolina

Jemison Matthews and Gordon Lutken have wedding season to thank for their rekindled romance. The now-couple first met as students at Ole Miss, but lost touch after graduation. That is, until July 2015, when they were both invited to a mutual friend's wedding in Boulder, and their longstanding friendship quickly became a flirtation.
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A Colorful Camp Wedding in the California Redwoods

BIG LOVE. These words, in glowing '70s-style lettering, were emblazoned on the colorful invitation to Rosie Rothrock and Andrew Parietti's wedding last August. And no, the phrase was not a reference to the HBO series. “'Big love' is how Andrew and I sign off our texts to each other,” Rosie says. “I use it for emails to my family too.
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Get Your Guests Some Tissues, These Father-Daughter Dance Songs Will Have Everyone Tearing Up

Few wedding moments are more touching than the father-daughter dance. But finding the perfect choice among all the father-daughter dance songs out there can be tricky. You're looking to encapsulate the special relationship you share with you dad-and let's face it, there are a lot of songs that start out endearing but quickly take a turn for the awkward once it becomes clear the lyrics are about a different kind of relationship.
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21 Wedding Invitation Wording Examples to Make Your Own

Now that you've picked out your stationary, it's time to take on wedding invitation wording -- whether you want to keep the wording classic and traditional or creative and whimsical is up to you, but whatever route you choose, there are still basic elements that should be included no matter what. The good news is that wedding invitation etiquette rules aren't that complicated, after all.
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34 Best First Dance Songs That Are Unique

We're far too familiar with the wedding songs that have been overdone. Let's find the best first dance songs that are out-of-the-box! With the help of some wedding professionals - the ones who've heard 'em all! - we compiled a list of unique first dance wedding songs that are anything but ordinary. 1.
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A Thoughtful, Laid-Back Wedding in the Hamptons

Calli Nicoletti has an unexpected person to thank for introducing her to her now-husband, Pierce Swofford: her boss! Back in the summer of 2014, Calli was working for a startup in New York City that was hosting weekly happy hours to get the word out about their new product. One week, Calli's boss invited her boyfriend (who would later become her husband) to come along and bring some of his friends-one of whom was Pierce.
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