Weddings are celebrations of the uniting of two families, not just the romantic ‘I do’s’ of bride and groom. But the best part of families is the kids, and we shouldn’t leave them out.
The day you say ‘I do’ is about so much more than you, your anxiety, and your ability to flawlessly recreate your Pinterest board. Don’t miss the beauty inherent in the day itself.
The cubic zirconia principle says people should not spend money they don’t have on making their wedding ceremonies more ‘authentic,’ elegant, or original.
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