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Choosing The Perfect First Dance Song

Choosing a first dance song should be an easy wedding planning step, right? Well, not necessarily. Some couples have had "their song" identified since their first month of dating, but it's not uncommon for couples to approach their wedding date without any idea of what song they want to be playing when they first take the floor together as husband and wife. 

There are lots of ways to go about choosing your first dance song. Your DJ or band leader will probably have some great suggestions, or you and your fiance can take to the internet and do some research on your own. No matter what route you choose, these important considerations should make your search a little easier.

1. Establish Some Common Ground
It's important to find a song you both like, even if you have wildly opposing musical tastes. Finding a genre you can both agree on might seem like the best option, but there are other ways to compromise. If he likes the classics and you like techno, see if you can find …

Must Have Wedding Registry Items!

You're almost ready to mail out your invitations, which means it's time for one of the most exciting steps of your wedding planning process: creating your gift registry! This is best done by both you and your fiance together; not only should you get an equal say in what gifts you want to receive as a couple, but it builds excitement for your future home and life together. 

Your wedding registry should reflect who you are as a couple. Now is the time to start thinking about what type of decor you want to have in your future home, what sort of appliances you want to use, etc. 

The team at WhereBridesGo.com wants to make sure you have the best wedding registry ever, so we put together this list of tried-and-true registry items you won't want to forget! We hope you find it helpful.


Kitchen Items
Nearly every couple knows to register for kitchen appliances, such as toasters, blenders, and food processors, but don't forget about the other myriad of everyday kitchen items! Don…

Get The Best Out Of The Best Man!!!

Choosing the best man is one of the few things that will probably not be up to you, since he's typically your fiance's brother or best friend. Although he may know way too much about your fiance, you can't expect him to immediately know how to be a great best man. He may need a little coaching to get him going - and that's where you come in! Below are some things you and your groom may want to delegate to your best man. Remember: the more time you spend helping him prepare in the beginning, the more he will be able to help you in the long run!


Prior To The Wedding: The Bachelor PartyThe best man is in charge of organizing and hosting the bachelor party and - hopefully - chaperoning the groom to make sure he doesn't overdo it and arrive at his wedding ceremony with a hangover! If your groom wants a big party at a specific destination, the party planning should begin several months ahead of time. Destination parties will need to take place the weekend before the weddi…

7 Ways to Include Your Pets in Your Wedding!

Your hair is perfect, your nails are done, you're dressed in your dream wedding dress, your best girlfriends are beside you, and you're about to say "I do" to the man you love. What is the only thing that could possibly make this scene any more perfect?

If you had your four-legged best friend with you! 

Including pets in the wedding has become increasingly popular over the last several years. Having your beloved dog, cat, bird, or any other pet along for the ride makes the wedding ceremony feel more complete for many couples. If you and your groom are thinking of including your pets in your big day, check out these fun ideas!


Make Them the Ring Bearer
Give your pet an integral role in the ceremony; let him bring you the rings! Outfit him in a fancy tuxedo or an adorable "ring bearer" shirt.
Give Your Flower Girl or Ring Bearer A Furry Escort If you want to include your pets in the ceremony without upstaging your human ring bearer, let the kiddos walk them down t…