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Wedding Stories

We features informative articles which will help in all aspects of wedding planning. Whether you need information concerning booking your reception, selecting flowers, types of photography, selecting your wedding or engagement rings, or just about any wedding related concern you will find an answers here. Our wedding articles are written by many of the countries’ top wedding experts along with tales from recently married brides. Check back ofter as new articles are always being added.

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Helpful Wedding Planning Articles

Choosing Your Wedding and Engagement Rings
Helpful Ideas

Check out this helpful article before buying your engagement ring or wedding band.

Nothing Say’s It Like Flowers
Choosing A Florist

Everything you need to know about selecting your wedding flowers.

All Bride’s Are Beautiful
Looking Your Best

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Planning An Outdoor Wedding
Home is Where The Heart Is

Helpful hints on planning your at home or outdoor wedding.

Personal Wedding Stories

Bride's and Groom's Share Their Stories

Don’t Listen to Your Reasoning, Rent the Darn Tent!

By: Lindsay Graham -  Despite a stormy beginning, Michael and Lindsay Grahams marriage is running smoothly. That’s how the lifestyles editor at my hometown newspaper wanted to begin my marriage announcement. Unfortunately, she was being quite literal. It rained during my outdoor wedding. There I was standing in my wedding gown, looking like a princess in a white A-line dress complete with a satin corset bodice and a full skirt encrusted with shining pearls and sequins over a lace motif. Two miniature versions of me carried my four-foot chapel train, which also sported appliqué decorations. And it was raining. This was supposed to be the most wonderful day of my life, but it was raining. The actual downpour didn’t begin until the moment my husband and I said our I Dos. Some comedians in the audience called it a sign. I was tempted to give them a sign that was not very ladylike. Cruel jokes were not the worst part of the rain, however. It was that I had declined to rent …
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Our Story -Hometowns or Where We Grew Up

By: Margarita Shafiro -  Victor was born in Athens, Greece (his mother is Russian who grew up in Philadelphia, PA and his father is Greek). He moved to the U.S. when he was four years of age. He grew up in Philadelphia, PA. Margarita was born in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine. She grew up in a town on the Black Sea called Novorossyisk, Russia. She came to the U.S. to go to school 6 years ago, when she was 21 years of age. How We Met: Margarita (Maggie) was working on her Master's degree in Psychology at Wake Forest University, when she saw a Russian department in the same building psychology was in. She decided to stop by and see if they have Russian books. The secretary in the department asked Maggie if she was interested in tutoring a two-year old little girl in Russian. Apparently, Mimi's parents (little girl's name) called the Russian department that day asking if they could recommend a student who would tutor their daughter in Russian. Maggie started seeing…
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The Perfect Flower Girl

By: Heather Schirtzinger -  Deciding on a flower girl was one of the hardest things for my fiancé and me. One evening we sat down and thought about all of the children in our families. It took us about an hour to finally decide and then we made the call. Keep in mind this little girl (Kennedy) is seven years old and it's known to me that she adores me. She tells her mom that she looks just like me. So on with the story, I called her house and Kennedy answered the phone, "Hello, Kennedy, this is Heather. May I please speak with your mom?" I wanted to ask her mother first just in case she wasn't allowed, before I asked the girl and got her hopes up and then we'd have to break the bad news to her. Her mother answered and gave me permission to ask Kennedy. "Hello?" Kennedy said. "Kennedy, you know I'm getting married in September, right?" "Yeah" as she giggled. "Well, I'm calling to see what you thought about being my flower girl?" A huge gasp comes out of her followin…
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