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      8 Wedding Dress Shopping Tips For The Bride

      With the debut of the Tadashi Bridal Collection, we turned to wedding guru Hannah Hildebrandt for some tips on how to say yes! yes! yes! to the perfect dress! Whether you have been dreaming of your perfect wedding dress since you were a little girl or haven’t really paid much attention to what the difference is between a mermaid / sheath / ball gown or A-line style, there is one thing you have in common – you all in fact will be needing bridal attire of some type because unless you’re planning on having a nude wedding (no judgment ...

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      Wedding Guest Dress Codes

      Black tie or semi-formal? Can you wear white? De-coding a wedding invitation can take some serious etiquette knowledge. There are so many rules to sort out. Don’t be the guest who arrives at your friend’s wedding ceremony completely clueless. We turned to Lizzie Post, the great-great-granddaughter of legendary manners expert Emily Post of the seminal book Etiquette in Society, in Business, in Politics, and at Home, to help us stop wedding faux pas from forming. Besides being the co-author of countless books including Emily Post’s Etiquette, Post is president of The Emily Post Institute and co-host of the Awesome Etiquette podcast. With Post&...

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      An Exotic Affair: Weddings From Around the World

      Something old. Something new. Something burrowed, and someone stealing your shoes? Weddings are a great way to incorporate a unique tradition into well-worn rituals. We scour the globe to highlight 10 wedding customs that you’ve probably never heard of. From the romantic to the unexpected, these global traditions are filled with celebration and intrigue.   Philippines At the end of the wedding ceremony, the bride and groom releases two doves (male and female) as a symbol of harmony and peace. Another rite involves the groom handing 13 coins, known as arras, to the bride. This symbolizes the groom’s ...

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