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Wedding Thank You Notes: SIMPLIFIED!

Take a picture you can include in the thank you notes! After all the craziness of wedding planning, most new husbands and wives want to do nothing more than bask in their newlywed glow. While it's definitely important to take time to enjoy your new husband-and-wife status, it's equally important to thank all your guests for attending your celebration. Writing several - potentially hundreds - of thank you notes can be a daunting task for anyone, but it doesn't have to be as challenging as you think! Here a few tips to make writing your wedding thank you notes a breeze!  Simplify the Process! Don't make writing thank you notes harder than it needs to be. If you're still planning the wedding, consider setting up a table with envelopes and pens so your guests can write their names and addresses for you! It will take each individual guest less than a minute, and it will save you hours. Pace Yourself! Writing one hundred thank you notes in one sittin

16 Must Have Wedding Photos!!

If you're going to splurge on anything for your big day, splurge on your photographer. This individual will be responsible for capturing all the biggest moments of your special day, helping you preserve your memories. Experienced professional photographers should have some good ideas about what moments are especially important to photograph, but you should put together a list of pictures you want to be sure you get, too! Here are our recommendations for the top 16 wedding photos every bride and groom should have. 1. The Dresses and Shoes Before you put them on, be sure to snap a shot of your dress hanging up next to your bridesmaid's dresses, and a pic of your shoes all lined up together! Feel free to get artsy with your shoes, your bouquet, your rings, and your dress. These will be the first steps towards recreating your day in your wedding album. 2. Final Makeup and Hair Touches Capture your final "single lady" moments as you put the finishing touches on you

Writing Meaningful Wedding Vows In 10 Easy Steps!

Simply put, the wedding vows are the most important part of the wedding ceremony. They represent the relationship that you and your spouse will have together for the rest of your life, so you want them to be special! Reciting traditional wedding vows is still a common practice, but many couple today are choosing to write their own. Customized wedding vows can be a great way to honor and celebrate your marriage, but writing your own vows can be challenging. To help you out, the team has put together some tips for creating the perfect wedding vows! 1. Get On The Same Page. Talk with your partner and your officiant about having personalized wedding vows.  Some religions may require you to use traditional wording, whereas others may allow for some originality. After you determine your religious guidelines, you can decide whether you will repeat the same vows together or write them individually to read to one another.  2.    Don’t Wait Until the Last Minute.