Ask the Wedding Maven: Can They Have a Second Wedding?

by Azure

In this week's column the Wedding Maven answers another question about the propriety of having a second wedding ceremony for the same marriage. Do you need wedding advice? Have a question about wedding traditions, wedding etiquette, or wedding relationships? Write the Wedding Maven at weddingmaven@onewed.com

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Want Honest Wedding Advice? Be Honest

by Azure

Happy Monday! I got my haircut this weekend (By the way, what they say about bangs making you look younger is 100% true, 3 hours later I was carded in a restaurant). Anyway, my hairstylist started complaining about a wedding she’s in, which led to me telling her about my job, and then she said that she’s engaged, too! She asked me a few questions, then she said “I’ve heard you shouldn’t tell vendors that things are for a wedding, because they’ll charge you more. Is that...

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Ask the Wedding Maven: Always a Bridesmaid AND a Bride

by Azure

In this week's column, the Wedding Maven answers a question from a woman who is juggling being both a bridesmaid and a bride. Do you have a question about wedding traditions, etiquette, or relationships? Write the Wedding Maven at weddingmaven@onewed.com

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Ask the Wedding Maven: The Pregnant Bridesmaid

by Azure

In this week's column the Wedding Maven answers a question from a would-be-bridesmaid, who is a soon-to-be mother. Do you have a question about wedding related traditions, etiquette, or relationships? Do you need advice about a sticky wedding situation? Write the Wedding Maven at weddingmaven@onewed.com, we're here to help.

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Ask the Wedding Maven: Should I Lie about My Wedding?

by Azure

In this week's advice column, the Wedding Maven answers a question from a bride who is a little confused about her status. Do you have a question about wedding traditions, etiquette, or relationships? Write the Wedding Maven at WeddingMaven@onewed.com

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Ask the Wedding Maven: Potluck Wedding Reception, Can it Be Done?

by Azure

In this week's column, the Wedding Maven looks for a way to combine: a tight budget, a desire to feed people, and good manners. Do you have a question about wedding related traditions, etiquette, or relationships? Why not write the Wedding Maven at weddingmaven@onewed.com

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Looking for New Budget Wedding Ideas?

by Azure

Hey, did you know that having 50 guests will cost you less than having 200? Well, yes, you probably did. So many articles on how to have a wedding on a tight budget give you "helpful" advice like this. That's why I loved my conversation with Stephanie Berenbaum, co-founder of Fabulous and Frugal, Stephanie gave me real examples from her own wedding of how you can reduce costs while increasing the personal nature of your wedding. Come over to the advice section and check it out.

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Ask the Wedding Maven: When Bachelorette Parties Go Awry

by Azure

In this week's column, the Wedding Maven answers a question from a bridal shower guest who feels like she might get taken for a ride. If you've got a question about wedding traditions or etiquette, write the Wedding Maven at onewedmaven@gmail.com

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Should You Sign on the Dotted Line? Advice about Wedding Contracts

by Azure

Unless you're Ally McBeal, legal matters don't usually seem romantic, but they are part of planning a wedding. Check out this week's Wedding Maven column to get some advice about thinking things through BEFORE you sign on the dotted line. Do you have a question about wedding traditions or etiquette? Write the Wedding Maven at onewedmaven@gmail.com

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The Man Registry: Groom’s Guide to Selecting Wedding Party Members

by Azure

About The Man Registry Selecting members of your wedding party can be a very overwhelming task. The more people you know, the harder it becomes. Obviously, you want to get these choices right and you want to convey how thankful you are to the lucky few that you choose. Asking someone to stand next to you on your wedding day is an honor that is hard to equal. Ideally, you want to make your decisions nine to 10 months before the wedding. The first thing you want to consider along with...

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