wedding vows that matter

Wedding celebrations are temporarily disrupted due to the Coronavirus pandemic. If you’re engaged or considering marriage, this is a good time to home in on what’s important when it comes to the marriage covenant, because you will be called upon to publicly state what it means to you during your wedding vows. You and your…

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coronavirus good news

Some coronavirus good news is coming into focus, providing hope for couples planning their weddings. Age matters The coronavirus disproportionately affects older folks, those with with serious pre-existing conditions, and the obese. Quick data: 78% of all coronavirus fatalities occur in those over 65 years of age, especially if they have respiratory, heart, diabetes, and…

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wedding gown nightmares

Let’s face it, the national shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic affects spring wedding plans. Time will tell if disruptions continue into the summer. But one thing is for sure, wedding gown nightmares are going to be with us for awhile. Here’s the problem: eighty percent of wedding gowns purchased in the U.S. are made…

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wedding day traditions

The Coronavirus lockdown won’t last forever. So while everything in our lives is changed today, one thing won’t change: people will keep getting married, and wedding day traditions will continue. When large scale weddings resume, whether this year or next, two wedding day traditions will return to the forefront, according to a WeddingWire survey. Flower…

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