• Weddings - Planning your Big Day

  • Bridal Registries

    A bridal registry would be much more useful if instead of being walked through Crate and Barrel with a sales/wedding consultant, you were walked through Wal-Mart with a wife and mother of three kids. She’s the one who could really help you get what you need for married life!

    • Writing Wedding Vows

      Don’t be intimidated at all.  If there’s enough love gushing out of your heart and enough passion running through your veins, you’ll find the inspiration for writing your wedding vows – minus an ulcer.

    • Mock Wedding Vows

      Let’s be frank.  Not everyone is cut out for standing in front of God and people and professing their love to someone without feeling highly embarrassed.

    • Reasons to Get Married

      Fifty years ago, the average of age of marriage was 16 – 18 years of age. These marriages had a 93% chance of making it till death do us part. For the sake of remaining positive, the figures of today will be withheld, however take a look around your life and do a little math of your own.

    • Traditional Marriage Vows

      People who are bold and daring and want to deviate from the standard and classical choose to write their own marriage vows – certainly an accepted practice in contemporary society. 

    • Wedding Planners

      Here is a comprehensive list of things you or your wedding planner will need to make sure are taken care of before your big day.

    • Marriage Vows

      Just about the only time traditional marriage vows are uttered is when we marry in the church of our religion.vows are uttered is when we marry in the church of our religion.

    • Romantic Ideas for Renewing Wedding Vows

      When you get married the first time the ceremony and reception are often about impressing others and doing it up big, but with vows renewal, you can play by your own set of rules!

    • Wedding Traditions

      The tossing of the bridal bouquet and tossing of the garter belt seem to be related, and evolved from the idea that it was good luck for a person attending a wedding to take home a piece of the bride’s gown. This custom began in France in the 1300s.

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    Aaron Anderson
    Aaron Anderson - The Marriage and Family Clinic

    Aaron Anderson is a therapist and owner of The Marriage and Family Clinic in Denver, Colorado.

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