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Pre-Wedding Moments for the Parents

Friday, March 18th, 2016 | Filed under: Parents and wedding planning, Wedding Day, wedding photography | author: By Keith Sly,    

Pre-Wedding Moments for the ParentsWhen you awake on your child’s wedding day, make the most of the hours before the ceremony gets underway, taking mindful steps to experience the start of this wonderful day. Too many wedding parents race through the early hours of the wedding day, and it all becomes a big blur when they look back on these precious hours. They missed the chance to turn this pre-wedding hours into something very special.

To help you make the most of your child’s wedding day, we’ve collected some ideas for starting it off well, with sentiment and savoring of your well-planned details:
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Wedding Personalization: Ways to Honor Parents

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012 | Filed under: reception planning, Wedding Cocktail Party, wedding ideas, wedding receptions, wedding songs | author: By Keith Sly,    
Honor Parents

Honoring Parents

In the past, parents were seen as the hosts of the wedding, based on their names being featured on the wedding invitation. They may have participated in the ceremony, and stood in the receiving line, and the father danced with the bride.

Now, according to top wedding trends, there are even more ways to honor your parents, and their lifetime of love and support, at your wedding celebrations, regardless of how much they may be paying for the wedding itself. Today’s bride and groom are more likely to pay for much of the wedding themselves, but they still want to pay lovely tribute to their parents and step-parents, as the case may be. Read more…

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