Wedding registry advice

wedding registry advice

Wedding registries are a marvelous invention, a win-win for couples and their guests. Couples need things setting up a household. Guests want to provide meaningful gifts without duplication. Here is some practical wedding registry advice to optimize your experience. Set up your registry immediately upon becoming engaged. You may have friends and family who want…

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Watch your guests rip open your wedding invitation first!

wedding stamps

People love getting personal mail. You can make your wedding invitation stand out through creative use of wedding stamps. Ponder this: the average person receives 121 business emails per day, compared to but one-and-a-half pieces of actual printed mail. Hmmm. In other words, you’ll receive more email today than you’ll receive in your physical mailbox…

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The worst song in history

worst song in history

Music is subjective. What you like, your sister or brother or even fiancé may not like. That’s why Five Star Entertainment offers such a shocking array of the best wedding reception music around. We have music for everyone, regardless of age or musical tastes. It’s kind of fun, though, to take a look at the…

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The elegant wedding first dance song

elegant wedding

We meet the most interesting people entertaining at Fayetteville weddings. Most couples select a popular song from today or yesteryear for their first wedding dance song. Every now and then, we meet a couple that thinks outside the box and selects a piece of classical music, which really makes for an elegant wedding first dance…

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How to give a wedding toast if you’re shy

Public speaking is America’s biggest phobia, according to a survey. So how do you give a wedding toast if you’re shy?

Public speaking is America’s biggest phobia, according to a survey on American Fears conducted by Chapman University. So how do you give a wedding toast if you’re shy? After all, one out of four of your neighbors are terrified of getting up before a crowd and talking. It’s not as hard as you think. Here…

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The history of wedding vows

history of wedding vows

The history of wedding vows for English speaking countries have origins in medieval times. You’ve most likely heard this vintage vow from the Anglican church: “I [bride/groom] take you, [bride/groom] to be my [wife/husband], to have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in…

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Eloping is a mistake

eloping is a mistake

Some couples want to avoid family dramas. Some want to save money. And some seek a more intimate experience. Yes, there may be circumstances when eloping makes sense. But for most couples, eloping is a mistake. Weddings are meant to be shared. It’s a public presentation of your marriage vow before your community before entering…

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How could one singer create so many beautiful wedding songs?

Nat King Cole wedding songs

Nat King Cole wedding songs are one-of-a-kind. No one else has that rare blend of a pitch-perfect baritone voice that soothes the soul with impeccable phrasing. We touched upon his greatness in last week’s blogpost, “The King of the Wedding Song.” When I Fall in Love Nat requires a second blogpost to further explore the…

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The King of the wedding song

the King of the wedding song

Five Star Entertainment marvels at the eclectic musical tastes of Millennials and Gen Xers. At Fayetteville weddings, we get requests for first dance songs recorded last year to songs recorded last century. There is little doubt as to whom the King of the wedding song is: Nat “King” Cole Whether you know his name, you…

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Top country love songs for weddings

Top Country love songs for weddings

Consumer data shows that country music is the third most popular music genre. Just about half of all music listeners say they listen to country music. Only rock and pop are more popular. Perhaps that’s why these top country love songs for weddings keep getting requested as first dance songs. “I will always love you”…

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