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  • Wedding Vows: The Heart of Marriage

    Amidst the flurry of activities and planning for an upcoming wedding ceremony–flowers and music, family seating arrangements and gift registration, gown and cake and confetti–the content of the wedding vows may be overlooked. Often it is assumed the officiant or minister will read a bible …

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  • Wedding Speeches: Don’t Worry, Everybody Loves You

    Even experienced speakers tend to get nervous when it comes to wedding speeches or toasts. So when it comes your turn, remember, the two secrets to a good speech are preparation and delivery. The best preparation is to write down what you want to say. …

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  • How to Plan an Affordable Kauai Hawaii Wedding

    Dreaming about the ultimate romantic wedding location always leads to thoughts of a tropical beach wedding ceremony in the Hawaiian Islands. Dream on and discover the Garden Island of Kauai, the most lush and beautiful of all the isles with broad sandy beaches and emerald …

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  • How to Plan a Hawaii Sunset Wedding

    Several factors figure in when you decide to fulfill the ultimate dream wedding fantasy; a Hawaii Sunset Wedding. Chief among them are timing, luck and location. Unless you live in Hawaii and are very familiar with the seasons (yes there are seasons in Hawaii, just …

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  • Civil Unions on Kauai

    Planning a Commitment Ceremony – Hawaii 7th State to Recognize Civil Unions

    There are as many types of commitment ceremonies as there are reasons for two people to want to perform one. Wedding ceremonies have at least one factor in common, they must be performed by a minister, officiate or judge licensed by the state in order …

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  • How to Plan a Wedding Vow Renewal

    There are a lot of reasons to have a wedding vow renewal; perhaps your wedding ceremony was done at a time when you couldn’t afford the celebration of your dreams. Maybe you and your mate have a period of separation coming up compelled by business, …

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  • How To Plan A Small Wedding

    The size of a small wedding is in the eye of the beholder. Celebrity weddings attended by two hundred of the glamor couple’s closest friends may be considered by some to be a small intimate wedding compared to Prince William and Catherine, the Duchess of …

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  • How to Choose a Wedding Videographer

    Why not have Uncle Harry be your wedding videographer? After all he just bought a new digital camcorder with all the latest features and he’ll do it for free. The short answer is, “you get what you pay for”. This is one of the most …

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  • How to Write Non-traditional Wedding Vows

    Non-traditional wedding vows are essentially vows not bound by the regulations and restrictions that come with following a formal script designed to fit any bride and groom. Writing your own vows is the first step toward breaking out of the traditional paradigm of ’til death …

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  • How to Plan a Hawaii Beach Wedding

    A soft tropical breeze sways the trees on a sun drenched Hawaiian Island sandy beach swept by the surf from an azure sea while you and your beloved share the vows of a lifetime. It’s your dream come true, a Hawaii beach wedding, and it …

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