Planning & Budget

Useful ways to incorporate social media in wedding planning

Since its inception decades ago, social media has changed the world. As the popularity of social media exploded in the early part of the 21st century, various platforms emerged and ultimately affected movements pertaining to everything from politics to social justice to charitable efforts. Social media also has emerged as a great tool for couples […]

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Is It the Parents’ Responsibility to Pay for Their Child’s Wedding?

The topic of finances can be intimidating, and no couple wants it infringing on their big day. But sooner rather than later, couples and extended families are faced with answering the questions, “Who’s paying for the wedding?” and “Should the parents pay for the wedding?” But in a world that is ever-changing, are these wedding traditions to […]

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Magical wedding day for Harry Potter fans

Dinah and Joseph Portwood planned to have two big Harry Potter themed weddings. But the Wimborne couple who are huge fans of the famous wizard  had to change their arrangements as the country went into its first national lockdown. Tight coronavirus restrictions meant only six people could attend their ceremony at  Canford Parish Church. The country went […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Throwing a Virtual Wedding

If you’re one of the thousands of couples who’ve had to make the difficult and emotional decision to cancel or postpone your wedding due to the coronavirus pandemic, you’re understandably disappointed. And you’re not alone—Google has released their “Year in Search” trending data for 2020 and “virtual marriage” made the list. This unforeseeable situation has thrown the entire wedding industry […]

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Three Must-Read Tips for Couples with a Long Wedding-Planning Timeline

Some couples choose to have a long engagement—and we’re all for relishing in your new relationship status before you start planning the big day—but others simply don’t want to wait. But here’s the thing: As any 2020 couple will tell you, what you want isn’t always what you get. Whether your wedding was postponed in […]

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The Best Ways to Incorporate Vintage into Your Wedding Day

Infusing vintage elements into your wedding day is not only sustainable, but also sentimental. Whether it’s your family’s fine china or an archival piece from a fashion house you’ve long admired, it’s sometimes that much more special to incorporate elevated elements from the past that are rich in history, rather than consistently insisting on something […]

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