• 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.

    • Marrying For Life

      I don't think there's a single couple planning to marry who thinks that they'll get a divorce someday. Of course it's always legally an option, but who wants divorce in the back of their mind while they're walking down the aisle? Marrying for life is usually, and hopefully, the highest goal of the engaged.

    • Wedding Punch Recipe

      It would be very unusual to attend a wedding reception of any size, and not have a punch bowl full of a special wedding punch available. Since the mid 17th century, wedding punch has been added to the extensive list of wedding traditions.

    • 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.

    • Pre-nuptial Agreements

      Seriously though, more and more people are drawing up prenuptial agreements before they marry.  It has become fashionable, but for others who have specific ideas of how their married life is going to be, it’s an indispensable tool

    • Eloping

      No matter what the focus of a wedding should be on the bride, groom, and nothing else! If that doesn’t seem like it will ever be a reality than many engaged couples are doing themselves a favor by bringing back the intimacy and personal feel of the event by running off and eloping.

    • Destination Weddings

      If you are about to tie the knot but you can’t quite shake the knots the details are putting in your stomach . . . read on to find out how you can make planning your wedding a little less stressful and still just as fabulous as if you sweated the small stuff.

    • Planning a White Wedding

      Planning a white wedding – or any type of wedding for that matter – imposes one cardinal rule:  time.  When you’re getting married, the last thing you want to do is race against time and end up a total wreck on your wedding day. Plan early. We’ll say it one more time. Plan early.

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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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