Do I really need a Wedding Website?
(If your answer is “yes,” you can build a fabulous site at a ridiculously low cost at http://www.sitepride.com/?affID=1552.)
Many engaged couples are asking themselves this question as a very popular trend snowballs through the wedding industry. Before I got engaged I certainly wouldn't have considered getting a personal website to post personal information and pictures about myself, so the idea seemed bizarre to me too.
Hi all! I'm new here!
My religious beliefs are Christian, and my fiancee is Wiccan. I was thinking we could have a Buddhist ceremony in Canada as a comprimise! I did not see any Buddhist offerings for weddings there. Buddhism does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation. Love is love. Has anyone else explored this possibility?
Chicago Wedding Pianist Kathie Nicolet
Suggestions For Selecting Your Wedding Musicians
Many brides and grooms are so overwhelmed by having to make 2,156 decisions in planning their wedding ceremonies and receptions to ensure their absolutely perfect wedding day. What to choose? Silver or gold table linens ? Chicken or salmon? Pink roses or delphiniums?
How to plan an absolutely fabulous same-sex wedding
By Caroline Ryder
Wednesday, February 8, 2006 - 9:26 pm
Is anyone out there looking for a wedding photographer for their upcoming wedding?
I'd be keen to cover your wedding photography for you; easy going, laid back and relaxed approach to your wedding photography-but can still politely boss you about(just a little) to get just the pictures you need of your big day!
I'm based in London but also cover Devon, Sheffield and the whole of the UK and abroad if need be.
Just came across a terrific new online magazine at http://www.wedpix.com/ called WedPix. It's published by the Wedding Photojournalists Association, which has a comprehensive search engine at http://www.wpja.com/index.htm for locating this style of photographer worldwide. The magazine has some great articles including Hiring A Creative Professional, Budgeting Wedding Memories,
and Deprogramming Wedding Subjects.
GayRites.NET has assembled a large selection of mixand & match, semi-custom and fully custom wedding-cake figurines and toppers by artisits Lily Tsai, Helyn Studios, Renellie and MiniMe. If you're looking for a keepsake of your big day, look no further than www.GayRites.NET/toppers.htm.
From the Universial Life Church Seminary newsletter:
Many centuries ago, before the women's rights movement, men who had decided upon a wife often had to forcefully take her with him (or kidnap her) if her family did not approve of him. The tradition of a "best man" probably has its origin with the Germanic Goths, when it was customary and preferable for a man to marry a woman from within his own community.
When women came into short supply "locally," eligible bachelors would have to seek out and capture a bride from a neighboring community.