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One of the popular wedding trends is to incorporate bling into bridal bouquets. Whether it’s embellishments on the fabric wrapped around the stems or crystals hanging out of the actual group of flowers, this touch sparkles. Making your floral arrangement standout, this is a good option for brides who want their bouquets similar to the bridesmaids but also want theirs to be a little more spectacular.

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  Your wedding bands are much more than just pieces of jewelry you wear every now and then to go with an outfit. These pieces of gold or silver represent your commitment to each other that you will be one unit for the rest of your lives. Considering what a deep meaning that carries, be choosy when selecting wedding rings. Some men don’t care, while other grooms want to be involved. Ask your husband-to-be his preference.

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 When it comes to decorating, the simplest ideas can make all the difference between having an ordinary wedding and a spectacular one. Most brides want their big day to be one that people talk about for years to come. However, they think that they have to settle for less because of budget constraints. This doesn’t necessarily have to be the case. Something as easy as tying bows around the backs of chairs will provide that “wow” factor you’ve always dreamed about.

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 Even though we live in a very modern society, where male celebrities sport clothing that appear very feminine, your groom might not be as inclined to do so. If your colors incorporate pink, it’s a good idea to ask your husband-to-be’s opinion before you order a boutonniere in that color. Some men will go along with whatever makes their bride happy, while other traditional grooms will not budge when it comes to pink.

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Although every bride wants professional photographs to record every moment of her wedding, it’s important to not have a flash going off every two seconds during your ceremony. Most professional photographers have equipment that doesn’t require them to utilize bright streams of light. However, your well-meaning relatives might think that it’s alright for them to pull out their point and shoot and snap away. If you’d rather not have these distractions, you might want to put a request in your program for guests to not take flash pictures during the ceremony. There’s nothing wrong with sharing your wishes. After all, it is your day.

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In today’s world, it’s so easy to become an “ordained minister” over the internet which gives just about anyone the right to preside over weddings. However, committing your life to someone is a serious event. Most brides and grooms prefer to have their pastor, rabbi or priest perform the ceremony since they have a personal connection. For those who aren’t affiliated with any religion, they sometimes choose to use the officiate provided by the venue or have a close friend who’s been ordained take on the responsibility.

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In today’s world where so many things that used to be on paper have become digital, a guest book with hand-written signatures seems outdated. However, having actual autographs of those who attended the best day of your life can be very personal and meaningful. Some brides realize that certain people attended their wedding and they didn’t even know until they review the guest book. Even though this memorabilia will probably get stored in a hope chest, attic or box under the bed, it will be great to relive the moments with your husband on your first anniversary.  Fast forward 20 or 30 years and your daughter or future daughter-in-law will thrill at the opportunity to see the real signatures in their parents or in-law’s guest book.

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