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COLOR PALETTE GENERATOR

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Not sure what colors are the perfect ones for your wedding? Check out this cool color palette generator: https://go.weddingwire.com/color-palette-generator

What You Need to Know for Having Bridesmen and Groomswomen

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You can find the original article, images, and author information here From attire to parties to etiquette, get the advice you need when swapping bridesmaids for bridesmen. Most traditions are no longer a must when planning your wedding, and that certainly applies to who makes the cut in your wedding party. Gone are the days of men on one side and ladies on the other. By mixing things up with a coed wedding party, the bride and groom can have their favorite people—regardless of gender—standing next to them in support. “You get to be surrounded by the ones you want…

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The 10 Biggest Wedding Invitation Mistakes Not to Make

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I found this great article that is super helpful about things to consider when planning for you wedding invitation: Take a read on the article. Read up on how to avoid the most common stationery mishaps. by The Knot

Outdoor Wedding Planning Tips

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  Wind -and humidity- proof your hairstyle. Talk to your hair stylist about any weather-related concerns you may have. He or she will likely have some great tips and suggestions based on your hair type and personal preferences. If your dream hairstyle won’t hold up well in certain weather, consider trying out a more weather-proof backup style just in case. This may require a second trial, but it could be well worth it. This way, you can always make the call on the day of. Consider a reception dress. If you’re planning an outdoor wedding in late spring or summer—particularly…

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Ceremony Trends for 2019

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Lots of couples get married each year and each year, new and interesting elements of the ceremony become popular. One way to make your ceremony more interesting and meaningful to you and your new spouse is to do things that include family members or friends. If you have children, a twist on the normal candle lighting ceremony is to have each child light a taper from your unity or family candle. You can also include grandparents – ask your grandmothers to be flower girls, or your grandfathers to walk you down the aisle, or to hold the rings. Recently I…

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COLOR PALETTE GENERATOR
What You Need to Know for Having Bridesmen and Groomswomen
The 10 Biggest Wedding Invitation Mistakes Not to Make
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