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Plan Now for Your New Year’s Wedding!

Plan Now for Your New Year’s Wedding!

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, but the earlier you can plan for any vacation, the better. This becomes especially important when it comes to Destination Weddings. If you want to get married by next New Year’s here are just a few reasons you need to get moving yesterday on your destination wedding plans: You’re venue might...

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Don’t DIY Your Destination Wedding

Don’t DIY Your Destination Wedding

Sandy Malone is a destination wedding planner that has a reality show on TLC. In late 2015 she had an article come out that caused quite a ruckus in the travel industry. Essentially the article encouraged people to tackle their destination weddings on their own and handle the bulk of the work to save money. I’m here to tell you straight up that your wedding...

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Underwater Weddings in Bora Bora

Underwater Weddings in Bora Bora

You may have heard of an underwater wedding, and if you are lucky enough to see one, odds are it exceeded your expectations. Many brides worry about how their wedding dress, make-up and hair will look, but the adventure and fun of getting married underwater has an appeal that can’t be ignored. Imagine for a moment saying “I do” in the waters of Bora...

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What do you Wear for a Destination Wedding?

What do you Wear for a Destination Wedding?

Odds are, if you are having a destination wedding, you have swapped the church for a beach or park. You also swapped the oversized guest list for a more intimate group of people to watch you and your spouse-to-be say I do. More than likely you even swapped traditional décor and flowers for a much smaller scale because the destination has a background prettier...

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Does Wedding Cost Determine Marital Success?

Does Wedding Cost Determine Marital Success?

There was a story recently on Big Think that reported that expensive weddings result in shorter marriages. The idea being that the more money you spend on your wedding, the more likely you are to not only have it end in divorce, but the faster the divorce will occur. This report was based on an economics study by professors at Emory University who also found...

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