How to Craft Your Guest List Without Guilt

No wedding decision causes more headaches than the dreaded guest list. Determining who among your family members and friends will be present on your big day can feel like wading into a relationship minefield. Leaving One person out can be just as nerve-wracking as inviting another purely out of obligation. Whether your wedding is an intimate affair of 30 or a blowout with hundreds in attendance, these tips will help you navigate the murky-and often guilt-ridden-waters of guest-list planning.

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9 Small Details That Make A Big Impact On Your Wedding Day

Everybody knows big things come  in small packages (remember your engagement ring?).

Believe it or not, the same goes for wedding details, too: Sometimes it’s the little things that can have the biggest impact. Simple tricks of the trade, from careful lighting to aisle markers, can take your big day to the next level, adding plenty of flair and a touch of your own personal style. And while these small details won’t leave a large hole in your budget, they will leave a lasting impression on your guests.

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How to Get the Wedding Video of Your Dreams

Nothing beats reliving the magic of your wedding in a well-produced video. The day goes by so quickly, and as the protagonist on the stage, it's difficult for you to see and grasp all that happens around you. Even photos cannot capture an in-motion, 360-view of the day as it unfolds.

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Five Crafty, Eye-Catching, Money-Saving Floral Ideas

Choosing florals for your wedding involves a number of considerations. Make sure your floral arrangements are a good match for your room(s). Familiarize yourself with the venue and its existing color palette, as this can greatly impact your floral and décor design and color. You may have your heart set on lavender and white floral arrangements with silver accents, but if your art deco-inspired venue features burnt orange and gold accents throughout the room, your floral arrangements may be more of a distraction rather than an attraction.

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