STAFF BLOG SHESAYSTV What SheSays: Saving money for your dream wedding
The average U.S. wedding now tops $25,000 when all the vows are said and done. On this weeks episode of What SheSays, The Forums Heidi Shaffer, Anna G. Larson and Emily Welker talk about what an expe... Posted on 5/7/13 at 3:20 PM
TRAVEL MODE: MY LIFE AS A TRAVEL AGENT Technology, Bonding, and Vacations
I heard a statistic the other day that got me thinking about the influence of Facebook, Twitter, and the overwhelming constant newsfeed that bombards our everyday life with many times negative opinion... Posted on 3/27/13 at 9:48 AM
JUNKFEST: RESTORING ELEGANCE TO ROADSIDE FINDS Personalize a Wedding with Dollar Store Candles and Sheet Music.
Cassie and I had the opportunity to work on a few personal touches for a wedding,
so I thought I would continuewith somewedding decor ideas.
(Check out the "Celebrate" beverage tubfrom the previous ... Posted on 1/24/13 at 8:10 PM
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Two of my former students are getting married today - Sarah and Tyler. I will attend their reception this evening where I am sure I will also see a bevy of other EM alumni that remain close to them. S... Posted on 10/20/12 at 10:14 AM
All of London, the rest of England and much of the world – excitedly awaits the April 29 wedding of Prince William of Wales and his bride, Kate Middleton. While few will actually be invited to sit inside Westminster Abbey for the ceremony, up to a million people are expected to line the streets around the gothic church, well known as the site of other royal weddings and coronations. If you plan to be in the crowd, here are some things you should know...
RHINEBECK, N.Y. — Former President Bill Clinton made a long-anticipated appearance in the upstate New York village where his daughter is getting married tomorrow, drawing crowds of onlookers Friday afternoon as preparations continued largely out of sight for the grand and secretive occasion.
WATKINS, Minn. – If you happen to be on the guest list for the wedding of Charmagne Tessmer and Aaron Derichs in Watkins today, you should know that it’s at 11 a.m. – not 3 p.m. like it says on the invitation.
The dancing just won't stop.
Several weeks after a video of a Minnesota wedding party who danced down the aisles became an overnight Internet sensation, a video parodying the event is now also picking up steam on the Web.
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