Posted on September 29, 2017 | Author Cynthia Dumont
It’s the most important day of your life and all your loved ones are there to support you…almost.
If people you love deeply have passed and cannot attend your wedding except in your heart, how can you recognize them in your ceremony? It’s a very personal decision, but you are not alone. Here are a few ways others have do
Posted on April 27, 2016 | Author Mark Wilcox
I know I wouldn’t. And neither would my wife.
But I read a story about a situation like this. The groom’s ex-girlfriend was invited to the wedding. She of course got drunk – and started scre
Posted on July 17, 2014 | Author Carolyn Egan
There are so many ways to make your wedding ceremony meaningful, but perhaps nothing makes it more so than when you wear something old that belonged to one of your ancestors. Traditionally, many brides wear the gown their mother or grandmother wore as she walked down the aisle — with possibly a few alte
Posted on April 6, 2014 | Author Warren Turner
How times change! Not so long ago, the idea of living together before marriage was socially unacceptable. While some couples dared to try it, they dared not do so openly – for the judgment of society could be cruel. Gay couples also were in jeopardy of social condemnation.
In 2014, howe
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