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The Online Wedding Planning Software to Revolutionize the Indian Wedding Market

28th March 2012
Planning a wedding ceremony involves many complex activities at the organizerís end. Gone are those days when the families of the brides and grooms used to handle the tedious process of organizing multiple activities related to the wedding functions. Sinc... Read >
Author: james davis

Wedding Reception Order of Events

21st July 2010
The original article can be found here Of highest importance to a smooth Wedding celebration is a carefully planned Wedding Reception Timetable. Our Guide to what typically happens during a Wedding Reception will keep you organised and ensure that noth... Read >
Author: Morgan Rees

The Subtle Differences Between Bridal and Wedding Showers

13th July 2010
Many people are unclear as to the differences between a bridal shower and a wedding shower. While this can be a bit confusing what with all of the functions and rehearsals going on during an engagement, the differences are subtle but clear. The biggest di... Read >
Author: Aaron Hu

Customised Hand Decorated Wedding Cookies

19th March 2010
Customised hand decorated wedding cookies are becoming increasingly popular for both wedding favours and for wedding gifts. You can purchase wedding favour cookies on line and although I?ve seen them in a range of designs on line ? Bride & Groom Cookies, ... Read >
Author: Allison Cardona

Traditional and Modern Ways To Annouce Your Engagement

04th September 2008
There are six popular ways to announce your engagement. The three traditional ways include newspaper announcements, formal engagement announcements and announcing at an engagement party. The three modern ways include emailing your family and friends, crea... Read >
Author: Pamela Kazmierczak

HUMOROUS WEDDING INVITATIONS YOU MAY NOW LAUGH AT THE BRIDE & GROOM

05th July 2007
Humorous wedding invitations relax even the most uptight person that can't stand the thought of putting on a suit and tie and stepping into a formal ceremony. Almost instantly, upon receiving your invitation, the recipient will appreciate your tongue-in-c... Read >
Author: Elaine Olden
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