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10 Weird and Wonderful Ways U.K. Weddings Are Different From U.S. Weddings
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For those of us with a love for big, showy celebrations, weddings are a source of constant fascination. Weddings all over the world share a lot of traditions, but each country has details that set it apart. Here are some things you'll see at a U.K. wedding that you're unlikely to see in the U.S.
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This DIY Woodland Wedding Looks Like Something Out Of A Fairytale
You'll fall in love with this whimsical wedding. 👑
Couple Injured In Boston Marathon Bombing Will Get A Fairy Tale Wedding
This is not the only love story to come out of the tragic events that day. Boston bombing survivor James Costello is set
The Wedding Industrial Complex
Professor of Sociology, University of Illinois at Chicago and ...
But who cares that a "wedding industry" put those dreams a little girl's head? Once a woman has a dream, shouldn't she go for it on her wedding day?
Nayri Leanna Gregor
The closer you get to your wedding day, the higher your stress level will be. Going shopping under these conditions leaves little time to hunt for deals, increasing the likelihood of impulse buys.
What If You Don't Become A Fairy Princess In Your Wedding Gown?
Author of Growing Eden, blogger at Eat the Damn Cake
You know that moment in the movie where the nerd girl takes off her glasses and pulls down her ponytail and steps into a fitted, sparkly dress? She is transformed.
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