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Fantastic Tour of Vieques Sugar Cane Plantation Ruins by the Island’s Historical Trust — Guest Blog by Devon-the-Intern

Before my arrival in Vieques, I did some research to look up all the “touristy” things I could do while living on the island for five months. Coming into the Weddings in Vieques internship experience with four back-to-back weddings right away didn’t leave me much time to take in the Viequenses culture, or go on […]

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Exploring All Your Wedding Dessert Options – Cake Isn’t the ONLY Choice Anymore! Guest Blog by Kayla-the-Intern

Warning! Your stomach may be growling by the end of this blog! One wedding tradition that some brides and grooms love is cutting the cake. They take elegant pictures while slicing a beautiful, elaborate cake, and then smash it in each other’s faces. If that isn’t true love, I don’t know what is! Cake is […]

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4 Common Wedding Guest Complaints and What We Wish They Knew – Guest Blog by Devon-the-Intern

Weddings are held to such a high standard because it’s supposed to be nothing short, of the best day of the bride and groom’s lives. For most couples, that is exactly how it is, and those are the memories they take away. If something did go wrong during the course of the events, our hope […]

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Special Moments You Should Let the Bride and Groom Have to Themselves on Their Wedding Day – Guest Blog by Devon-the-Intern

Let’s be clear before I start – the wedding day to a bride & groom should be about celebrating their relationship and “till death do us part” commitment WITH friends and family, or they would have eloped. However, as important as the guests’ presence is, there are a few specific times you should leave the […]

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The Non-Traditional Bride – Dare to Be Different on Your Big Day – Guest Blog by Kayla-the-Intern

It is in a girl’s nature to dream of what her wedding will be like a beautiful dress, the perfect bouquet, and the best ceremony. All of this followed by the grandest reception filled with great food and dancing the night away. But, I am not your typical girl. Actually, non-traditional would be an accurate […]

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Tips for Choosing the Best Wedding Gown for Your Body Type – Guest Blog by Chelsey-the-Intern

The moment it sinks in that you’re REALLY engaged, your shopping cart is basically one big, rolling magnet for all sorts of bridal magazines. It’s pretty much inevitable. Even though you can find most everything online now, newly engaged brides want to go buy those glossy books and peruse their pages. They waited long enough […]

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What to Do About the Ceremony When a Bride and Groom Are Different Religions – Guest Blog by Liz-the-Intern

Marriage between people of two different religions has increased significantly within the past couple of decades. Many people are now looking beyond their particular faith when choosing a spouse. For some, religion isn’t even a consideration. According to an article by Naomi Schaefer Riley, “Forty-two percent of marriages in the U.S. are interfaith ones. Marriages […]

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How to Deal with Divorced Parents at Your Wedding – Guest Blog by Liz-the-Intern

I believe it started when I was five. That was the age when my wedding daydreaming went into full effect. I spent most of my time zoning out and sitting under my dining room table designing different gowns, carefully selecting which of my fellow playmates would be involved, and pretending that it was finally the […]

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What to Do If Your Fiance Doesn’t Like Her Engagement Ring – The Groom’s Perspective – Guest Blog by Chelsey-the-Intern

My last blog featured the perspective of brides who didn’t like their engagement rings. What should they do? Tell him? Not tell him? Wait a few years down the road, and then sensitively talk about an upgrade? Read it here to get caught up if you missed it. …This time, it’s the guys’ turn to […]

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What to Do If You Don’t Like Your Engagement Ring – Guest Blog by Chelsey-the-Intern

I’m 23 and single. And I did something absurd for this blog. I just spent an afternoon making phone calls to various jewelers around the country and pretending to hate my new engagement ring. It sounds horrible, but I promise it was for a good cause! I could easily qualify as one of the worst […]

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