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Tag: Wedding Planning
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Lavish weddings featuring guest lists upward of 500 people were seemingly de rigueur in Southern California’s Iranian-Jewish community just five years ago. But the growth of six-figure simchas strained middle-class families, leading some couples to either call off a wedding or...
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February 7, 2008 | 7:00 pmGetting married is a balancing act. I never quite understood this until my guy proposed.
What's the big deal in wedding planning? I always thought. You set a date, pick a place, settle on a band, choose a few of your favorite flowers and do a dinner and cake tasting. What's...
December 13, 2007 | 7:00 pmAt some point between "Will you marry me?" and "You may kiss the bride," a happy couple must devote some time to the gift registry, which will help fill the shelves and drawers of their new home.
But the first time a couple walks into a store to register for their wedding gifts can...
December 13, 2007 | 7:00 pmIt's the marriage that's important, not the wedding.
When planning my wedding, I repeated that mantra each time wedding details began to overwhelm me. Hors d'oeuvres, centerpieces, flowers, music, cake -- the to-do list kept growing.
A few days after Ron proposed, I told him I wanted...
October 11, 2007 | 8:00 pm"Thou art sanctified unto me with this ring, in the tradition of Moses and Israel," Eyal Giladi said in Hebrew as he slipped a smooth, unadorned ring onto the finger of his veiled bride, Orit Shachar.
Guests crowding the chuppah on a warm evening in August erupted in vigorous...
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April 19, 2007 | 8:00 pmAsk almost any bride what she needs for her big day and she'll run down the list: Flowers? Check. Dress? Check. Cake? Check. Groom? Check.
Ask a bridesmaid what the bride needs for the big day and you might get a different list: Bandages? Check. Tweezer? Check. Antacids? Check....