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Dear Wedding Maven, My family grew up giving and receiving family bridal showers. There are several cousins, however, as each of us had our turn, many of us moved away. Now is the time when the last cousin is getting married. She lives in the midwest, and the rest of us are in three other states. Is there an acceptable way to give her a shower by mail? Could there be some creative... (more)
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Dear Wedding Maven I have a bridesmaid problem. One of my bridesmaids doesn’t shave her legs or underarms. It’s not a political thing, she just can’t be bothered. I don’t really care, but my mother keeps bringing it up because the girls are wearing strapless dresses. She keeps telling me that I need to ask my friend to shave for the wedding. She says it will distract from the overall... (more)
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Dear Wedding Maven, I am looking for suggestions for the wording of a bridal shower invitation. I’m the maid of honor, I live in Illinois, but the bride lives in Arizona. We are having her shower in Illinois, when she’s home for a visit, but don’t want her to have to ship the gifts home. Can we ask people to send the gifts to her home in Illinois, but bring a picture? Thanks Long... (more)
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Ask the Experts is your weekly chance to get expert wedding advice from OneWed’s panel of wedding experts. If you have a question write asktheexperts@onewed.com Dear Ask the Experts, My fiancé and I are trying to decide on our bridal party. Is there an ideal number for bridesmaids and groomsmen? Can groomsmen and ushers be the same people, or should they be separate? What are some... (more)
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Dear Wedding Maven, I have been blessed with a wonderful Maid of Honor. I never expected any "duties" from her in particular. I truly just wanted to honor her and have an excuse for her to come along with me dress shopping, venue hunting, menu tasting, etc. Thankfully, she has been very thorough in "traditional duties" because I am pretty clueless as a bride! She has gone above and beyond... (more)
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Special to OneWed by Robbin Montero Salute! Sante! Cheers! Toasting dates back to Roman times when a glass of wine with a toasted piece of bread at the bottom was passed around the table. The last person to sip from the goblet, claimed the bread and would be the one to “toast”. Often people fear they will be expected to give a brilliant spontaneous toast, but those responsible for... (more)
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Dear Wedding Maven, HELP!! I don't know what to do! One of my two best friends is now pregnant. In and of itself, this is great news but she also happens to be one of my two bridesmaids. She was married last June, so I understand her wanting children, but she also said yes to being in my wedding, and I booked the reception and I am already financially committed to the wedding date. ... (more)
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Dear Wedding Maven, I am the matron of honor in my sister’s wedding. My sister and I have never been close. We live on opposite sides of the country, and rarely see each other. Frankly, I’m a little surprised that she asked me to be in her wedding, much less her matron of honor. But, both our parents are gone, and I guess she just wanted someone from her family standing with her. Her... (more)
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Dear Wedding Maven, I'm invited to my soon-to-be sister-in-law's bridal shower. The invitation says, "Pamper the Bride Shower," and there is no information for a gift registry or anything like that. I am not sure what a "Pamper the Bride Shower" is, but I am guessing based on the invitation that she will receive a lot of spa type gifts. So here's my question. Would it be inappropriate to... (more)
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Dear Wedding Maven, I am planning to host a bridal shower for my lovely sister-in-law who is 35. We are very happy for her and her man. There will be a number of single ladies there at the shower. My question is how to make each one of them feel special even if they are older and still single, and at the same time celebrate the bride to be. Signed, Sister-in-law of the Bride Dear... (more)
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