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A Wedding in Vegas – Pros and Cons of Getting Married in Vegas

Remember Mickey Rooney? He supposedly got married in Las Vegas twice – that’s what the tabloids say – but for all we know it could have been five or six times. You must have heard of Frank Sinatra’s marriage...

Post Wedding to do List

' So the last of the ribbons have fallen from the wedding gifts, the duplicate red blender has been returned and you have just settled in from your honeymoon . . . what now? After your wedding is over you begin...

Wedding Speeches – Don’t Forget to Thank Your Parents

Not having the ability to write well is no excuse to turn down an opportunity to deliver a wedding speech. If you are the best man, you definitely have to utter those words that will captivate the audience. Well,...

How Much to Spend on a Wedding Present

Whether it is your best friend, a family member or a co-worker; wedding presents seem to cause much anxiety for the people buying them. You don’t want to appear cheap; but also realize the senseless act of throwing $100...

Wedding Punch Recipe – How to Make Authentic Wedding Punch

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...

Wedding Costs – Breaking Down the Cost of a Wedding

Some say $20K, some say lower, while others say much, much higher than $100K. We’re talking about both ends of the spectrum here. A very simple, no-frills wedding could cost about $500.00 which should cover the license, the ceremony,...

Traditional Marriage Vows – What to Say to your Loved One

Opting for traditional marriage vows? Bravo! You show a respect for tradition, believe in century-old words spoken by millions and are probably old-fashioned more than you care to admit. Traditional marriage vows symbolize your love and' commitment' and that you think of...

Booking a Church – Tips and helpful information

Priest: Do you take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife and… Future Groom: You betcha! Priest: (sternly) Let’s do that one more time, shall we? Do you take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife and… Future Groom: I do. Priest: That’s much better....

When Two Become One – The Basis of Marriage

Mathematically speaking it is impossible to make two into one without dividing or slicing the whole into half and discarding a portion first. Yet so many couples feel that marriage, or perhaps the idea of marriage will defy mathematical...

Buying Wine For a Wedding – How Much do you Need?

The Wedding Day is a very special day for the bride and groom, and their families. It is one of the most'  seriously regarded rituals or ceremonies in most cultures. Needless to say, everyone wants everything to be perfect....

What Happened to Men – Are They Changing in a Good Way?

There are many people who consciously mark the achievements of the women’s movement. Women have come through the trenches of domestic duties for the last 50 years and have entered the work place, often making more money than their male counterparts do. Last election the United States saw its...

Pros and Cons of Marrying Young – What are Your Chances?

Bill and Eve have been married for 19 years. They were high school sweethearts and got married just a few short months after graduation. Today, with a family under a modest roof they perhaps both have lingering thoughts of what life would have been like had they waited a...

Exaggerating and Ad-Libbing When Arguing with your Spouse

“That is NOT what, I said,'” you exclaim to your spouse! Then, what follows is a ten minute spiel (or 20) of your spouse ranting and raving, squinting their face and twisting their tone in an effort to replicate a conversation you had last night over dinner. Not only...