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    could you possibly give someone who has everything? If the bride or groom-to-be has been married before, they probably already have at least some of the traditional registry items. They may have a blender, a coffee maker, a tea kettle. For a second wedding, the guest list may be quite limited -- just family and very close friends. There may not be a bridal shower or traditional engagement party, so the opportunity to give the couple a gift might seem remote. Couples celebrating a second marriage generally

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    Weddings The food is likely to be vegetarian, although the rice pudding dish (var), which is traditionally served at Kashmiri weddings, can contain lamb. The feasts are sumptuous so be prepared to eat a lot. Cutlery is not always used so follow tradition and eat off banana leaves with your fingers. Alcohol is generally not served at Hindu weddings and you are introduced to exotic drinks

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    Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life, and one that you would love to have recorded in detail. Your photographer will take many photos, of course, but he or she cannot be everywhere at once. Why not combine your desire for photos with your need for wedding favors and use wedding favor cameras? Wedding Favor Camera Description A wedding favor camera is not the same as the bright yellow and red disposable cameras displayed in grocery and convenience stores. A wedding favor

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    The Hindu wedding is the culmination of a long process that mixes religious and traditional considerations and most material and interested aspects. Once the marriage is arranged, the spouse is chosen, and the date is fixed, the ceremony is organized and can take place invariably according to Hindu rites. After the engagement ceremony, which is a brief ritual where the couple exchanges gold rings, women and men are separated. The women organize the ceremony of Mehndi, “a party where the bride and

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    How to Make a Wedding Fifteen years ago, I planned my own wedding. This was a challenge for my husband and me. At the same time, it was an exciting and important experience in our lives. Our parents and we enjoyed everything in the planning of the wedding. Planning a wedding can seem complicated and stressful, however if you follow three steps, it will be very easy. First step, set your wedding budget. When you decided to get married, you need to choose the kind and size of ceremony you want to

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    Planning a Wedding

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    Planning a Wedding It seems like only yesterday that my sister and I, adorned in flowers and lace, were playing house and rehearsing imaginary wedding vows. The past twenty-one years seem like a whirlwind and every day keeps coming faster and faster. The big day is no longer a fantasy; my wedding is five months away. What do I still need to make this event as special as I’ve wanted it to be for more than half of my life? There are so many things put into a wedding, and efficient planning

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    Victorian Weddings

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    Victorian Weddings Like every aspect in Victorian society, great expectations were placed upon weddings. In fact, during this time frame, several guidebooks for weddings were referred to, one of these books was “Our Deportment: On the Manners and Conduct and Dress of the Most Refined Society” by John H. Young. Many traditions regarding weddings first took place during the Victorian Age and are still followed today. The Bride The Victorian bride was expected to follow many guidelines concerning

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    Wedding Traditions

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    and rights to land in the time of death as well as for protecting blood lines. In the U.S. marriage has adapted to satisfy contemporary expectations. Cross cultural weddings are also accepted and incorporate different religious beliefs and tradition. Biracial weddings are also accepted by the majority of the U.S. cultures. The wedding tradition is a globally known concept, where each culture has their unique customs and traditions. Much of our background originated from numerous cultures. We practice

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    the country evolved, with the time. Weddings throughout this time were very easily distinguishable, from social class to social class. The weddings of working class people were plain and intimate, while in contrast weddings for upper and middle class were ornate and lavish celebrations. Throughout this era standards and expectations of weddings have evolved and altered. Let us now review weddings in each social class during the Victorian Era. Working Class Wedding Ceremonies Walking into a working

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    My Fairytale Wedding Six months of planning of intense wedding planning is what it took to day the most magical day of my life. I had to plan everything from the colors to the one song we would choose to have our first dance to. While planning and stressing out over all the details I never stopped to think about what it was going to all be put together. Since I was a little girl I have had so many things that I have wanted to have on my wedding day, well I got them all and then some with the man

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