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Involving Children in the Wedding Reception

Toasting the Blended Family: Blending two families into one can be stressful for all, even if everyone gets along. But you and the groom can ease this stress with a special toast to the kids. It may go something like this: “We promise, (insert children’s names), to always care for you, love you and treat you all equally. We’re so happy and proud to be parents to all of you. ”

Love these 'where we're from' map art pieces by TerrorDome on Etsy, these would be such fun for wedding invitations or gifts, or simply as a self-portrait.

Wedding Gifts for the Perfect Wedding

It can be tricky coming up with wedding gifts for a bride and groom with whom you are or aren’t very close. I mean, I rarely know what gift to give my best friend for her birthday! Lucky for all of us, we’re featuring the cutest wedding gift ideas today. It’s so magical when you give someone such a […]

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Living the Love Language: Words of Affirmation - Words of affirmation can lift, inspire, motivate, comfort, and remind. Words of affirmation carry a weight and a distinctive power that can change everything. I realize this may seem directed to our female audience. That is mostly true, only because--as women--we’re more prone to taking any (and almost all) words personally, believing them, and letting them affect us forever and ever (although I’m sure there are some men out there who speak…