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How to crowdfund your wedding without being the worst

So you want to have a big wedding but don’t have the funds to pull it off. How about getting creative when all the usual sources are not available. Try crowd funding as that creative source. Now this may not be for everyone but it has been a valuable resource for may other money needs. […]

20 FUN DATE IDEAS THAT DON’T COST A DIME

20 FUN DATE IDEAS THAT DON’T COST A DIME   Married, married with children or singles dating we all need some good ideas on low cost or free dates. These could involve just you or bring along the children and make it a family event. Either way we all need a cheap night out once […]

Americana Weddings: Your Americana Wedding Guide

Inspired by road trips, county fairs, and good old-fashioned rock and roll, here’s a wedding planning guide to capturing the spirit of your timeless American romance. By Justine Lorelle Blanchard     The Setting An Americana wedding begs for an outdoor setting, whether it’s a rustic barn or a tented ceremony in your backyard. When your […]

3 Things All Summer Brides Are Probably Feeling Right Now

Brides Allison Moir-Smith   Getting married in this summer? You’re busy. Very busy. Though you have been planning this wedding for months (years?), now it’s crunch time. No more lingering on Pinterest. It’s final decisions and final deposits only. You’re attending showers. Writing thank-you notes. Exercising, eating right, and sleeping so you look your best. Getting […]

10 Marriage Rules You Should Break

Forget age-old axioms for long-term wedded bliss BY DENISE SCHIPANI   The two of you should do everything together; work out every disagreement (without actually fighting); spend every night in the same bed; and never, ever be bored. Say what?! These and other so-called “rules” for marriage need some serious debunking. And it’s not just because rules […]

Why He’s Afraid to Say “I Do”

  8 things that terrify men when it comes to marriage By Woman’s Day Surprise! Staying committed to one woman for the rest of their lives isn’t husbands’ biggest concern. They did freely choose to get married, after all. But that doesn’t mean your man is fear-free about marriage. Issues like putting him second in your […]

9 Tricks to Keep the Dance Floor Packed at Your Wedding

Many of us over look how and when to keep the dance floor packed with happy wedding guests. Some of the best moments happen during this part of the celebrations. Brides.com has a great article that addresses this with their “9 tricks to keeping the dance floor packed at your wedding”. Elizabeth gives some solid […]

How To Rent a Wedding Tent

You can’t pick your weather, but you can prepare for it Here is a great article on wedding and event tent rental pros and cons by MegHotchkiss, LVR Events in New York. Meg covers all the bases addressing the why when and how of renting a tent and all the associated equipment that goes inside […]

The Outdoor Wedding Planning Guide

The seacoast of New Hampshire, Down East Maine, North Shore or the lakes region, New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts is tailor made for an outdoor wedding. From the rocky Maine coast to the soft sand beaches of Cranes Beach in Ipswich we provide that outdoor tented wedding you dream about. It really doesn’t matter where […]

The Biggest Wedding Trends for 2015

It’s that time of year to read about all the new trends in weddings and there are some great new ones listed here. We see the expanding use of Clear frame tents as a trend for 2015. Take a look at what we have to offer in the way of clear frame tents and give […]