weddings 101

We’re Engaged! Now What?

You’re engaged — congrats! From announcing your new relationship status to setting a big-day budget, here’s everything you need to do before you say “I do.”

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6 Truths About Your Wedding Day

You can look at countless wedding photos online, but it’s hard to know what to expect for your own wedding until the glorious day arrives. Here are six truths about your wedding day that you won’t learn from the pretty pics on Pinterest.

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6 Things You Must Discuss Before Marriage

Wedding planning involves a long to-do list, but planning your marriage deserves the same amount of time (if not more!) as choosing your cake and centerpieces.

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3 Ways to Make Social Media Work at Your Wedding

Raise your hand if you’re emotionally involved with your mobile device. Do you panic if your iPhone is out of sight (or out of your hand)?

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How To Write A Stellar Wedding Speech

Traditionally, grooms speak on behalf of the couple at a wedding, but it’s 2016 and more and more newlyweds are choosing to give a joint speech at their reception. Here are six pointers that will help you and your fiance(e) write a heartfelt and memorable wedding speech.

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Choosing The Right Location For Your E-Shoot

Location, location, location. We all know this is an important mantra in the real-estate world, but we think it has significant importance when it comes to choosing a spot for your engagement shoot.

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Epic Songs For The Last Dance Of The Night

The last song you play at your wedding reception is important — you want to get all your guests on the dance floor and send them off in a great mood!

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A Groom’s Guide To Surviving The First Year Of Marriage

Getting married is easy. Any fool can do that–just look at Hollywood. The hard part is surviving the next 12 months.

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Does Your Celebration Need A Wedding Planner?

What’s the difference between a wedding planner and an on-site coordinator? Should we hire one if we have the other? How do we make our big day memorable for our guests? Here, Toronto event planner extraordinaire Melissa Andre of Melissa Andrew Events answers your burning questions when it comes to choosing a wedding planner.

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6 Tips for Choosing Your Wedding Party

Inviting someone to be in your wedding party (maid of honor and bridesmaids, best man and groomsmen) is a way of honoring close friends and family.

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