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Wedding Planning: Be Prepared

Wedding planning is risky business.

Most people who are planning for that beautiful big day are doing it for the first time, and there are some tips every bride needs to know before plunging into the planning process.

Certain decisions belong to the bride: the color scheme of the wedding, the cut of the bridesmaid's dresses, the main course of the meal. Some decisions, however, are not as easy, and tips from experienced wedding planners can only help. Wedding Planning Strategy 1. Take It Easy The first step in planning a wedding is to take it one step at a time. Brides should sit down and make a schedule of everything that needs to be done to prepare for the wedding. The schedule should go in a logical order; the date comes before the vendors, the flowers come before the cake, and the place comes before the band. This schedule may have some adjustments along the way, but having a starting schedule can make all the difference when it comes to stress levels more
Couples Having Two Weddings Must Be Crazy

Well, guess the Great Recession can't get engaged couples down! The economy doesn't seem to be stopping plenty of almost-weds
from planning not just one very involved, possibly pricey wedding ... but two! Yes, having more than one wedding is now a growing trend, according to The Wall Street Journal.

But let's not misunderstand here. This isn't just about the 1 percent or princess/prince-y brides and grooms wanting to throw as much money around for their Big Day as they can because they can. Couples are choosing to walk down the aisle more than once for a whole bunch of different and very personal reasons ...more