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Spectacular send-offs: Alternatives to throwing rice at your wedding

18th May 2009
Alternatives to throwing rice at your wedding The way that a wedding comes to a close isn't a factor that is given much thought. It can however be a way to add that special sparkle to your wedding. Throwing rice at the end of a wedding ceremony has been ... Read >
Author: 1weddingsource

Wedding Photography in Sri Lanka

11th May 2009
When it comes to weddings in Sri Lanka, wedding photography is a key component. It is the only remembrance that will last for years. Even years after your wedding you can still re-live that special day by looking at the wedding photographs. The bride and ... Read >
Author: Nadinee Bandara

Planning a New York-Themed Wedding Reception

05th May 2009
There is no doubt that New York is the capital city of the world. There is a wide diversity of cultures that are present in this city, and as a result it is rich in traditions. Wedding ceremonies are no exception when it comes to the spirit of New York pe... Read >
Author: 1weddingsource

Sending wedding invitations for a reception after a destination wedding

13th March 2009
Your destination wedding can be a fantastic and totally unique experience. While you'd like to take all of your friends and family with you, it is just not always possible for everyone to travel and get away for your wedding. In this instance, it is very ... Read >
Author: Amycarter

The Proper Wedding Etiquette For Brides

13th March 2009
have attended? Maybe you have heard some friends who have attended a wedding ceremony and learning after the rites that he or she was not invited for the wedding reception. Although it is acceptable and is within the Wedding Etiquette standard to invite s... Read >
Author: Joe Silla

Traditions of a North Indian Wedding

04th March 2009
In India, marriages are generally pompous affairs. There are various ceremonies that either precede or follow the actual wedding ceremony. It is considered a matter of pride to throw lavish wedding parties. While one school of thought can argue that all t... Read >
Author: Jharna Bhatnagar

Indian Royal wedding ceremony management in Rajasthan

03rd March 2009
Company Profile A company where you find all types of events managements like Indian Royal wedding ceremony, birthday party, fairs and festival management, corporate meetings, road shows, products launching and all other functions. Celebration... Read >
Author: happyevents

Important People in a Wedding

15th September 2008
In addition to the bride in her gorgeous Brooklyn bridal gown and the groom in his impeccable wedding suit, there are other important attendees in traditional weddings. Next to the bride and groom, the priest, rabbi, imam or civil officer is the most impo... Read >
Author: Cherry B

Mexican Wedding Traditions

15th May 2008
Every country or ethnicity has its own traditions. Traditions are especially important when it comes to life events such as weddings. In Mexico, wedding traditions can include many things. In some cities of northern Mexico, there is the tradition of g... Read >
Author: Cory Davis

Wedding Tents: A beautiful alternative for organizing conventional events

02nd May 2007
If you are setting up an open-air wedding and are thinking of hosting it under a marquee tent, then I am confident that your head is now vibrant with lots of thoughts on what brand of wedding tents are right for your event, how will you costume it, where ... Read >
Author: denishpark

Wedding Ceremony Music Top Tips on Making Your Wedding Ceremony Special

16th November 2005
Music makes your wedding ceremony special. "If music be the food of love, play on!" ... so wrote William Shakespeare. Are you wondering how to make your wedding day stand out as a truly magical occasion? Live music may well provide the solution to you... Read >
Author: Jennie Evans
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