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What Women Want Most from Their Husbands

What a girl wants is the easiest, least expensive gift a guy rarely thinks to give. It’s not from the jewelry store or the luxury car dealer. It doesn’t involve lingerie or even designer shoes. And no, it’s not about chocolate, truffles or cheesecake. What do...
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What Men Need from Their Wives

Men are biologically programmed to be hunters. They identify what they want and they go after it, no matter how difficult the pursuit. Maybe he went through a lot to attract her attention. Successful hunters are winners – they target and win the prey. While today’s...
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Wedding Favors – No Longer One Size Fits All

Traditionally, brides and grooms would buy single wedding favors to distribute to all of their guests.  But ordering a silver wine stopper when some guests don’t drink alcohol, for instance, doesn’t make sense. That means you get limited as to which wedding favors you buy.  Usually,...
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Wedding Diets – Is Trying to Fit Into that Wedding Dress Turning You Into Bridezilla?

There’s a common problem many brides have when the engagement has happened and it’s time to get ready for the big day – dieting.  You may be a seasoned pro at dieting, or a novice, but one thing’s for certain – nobody likes wedding diets.  Eating...
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Wedding Cake Tastes – Selecting a Tempting Taste to Please Every Palette

A wedding cake no longer has to be the sickly-sweet concoction of the past. Whether you have a penchant for pineapple or papaya, you can select a wedding cake flavor that will please and delight you and your wedding guests.  If you’re planning to choose a...
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2021 wedding trends: Everything you need for a low-key celebration

The coronavirus pandemic has pressed pause on the wedding industry for much of this year, prompting more than 200,000 couples to postpone or cancel their big days, while others have made the most of the situation by staging virtual weddings over Zoom. But it seems things...
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‘What the hell, let’s have fun’: How the Indian wedding industry is adapting to coronavirus

The wedding that Liza Maria had carefully planned was not one but two ceremonies: one at a church and one in a Sikh temple, a nod to her interfaith love story. The revelries would span days. There would be elaborate choreographed dances, music recitals – and...
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Weddings after lockdown: What are the rules in tier 2 and 3 areas?

For couples trying to tie the knot, 2020 has presented a unique set of problems ranging from a total ban on ceremonies and receptions at times to small-scale guest lists of 15 people. After another nationwide lockdown across England – which meant small-scale weddings and civil...
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The Crown: Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s wedding details, from the dress to saying the wrong vows

The wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer has frequently been referred to as the “wedding of the century” and, 39 years later, the historic ceremony is still at the forefront of people’s minds. The relationship between the two royals has a starring role in...
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New York Times wedding announcement criticised as couple’s 200-guest ceremony labelled ‘selfish’

A high-profile New York Times wedding announcement featuring a couple who married in an October ceremony that included 200 guests despite the coronavirus pandemic has prompted criticism on social media of both the couple and the newspaper. On Friday, The Times style section shared the story...
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