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6 Tips for writing your Wedding Thank you’s

By Nancy Curtis / March 14, 2019

The other weekend, friends of ours were over for dinner. Over the course of the evening, Dave* mentioned that he had still not received a thank you note from his grandson and wife from their wedding in early fall last year.  He remarked that he had seen them several times since the wedding and nothing was mentioned. But…

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Toast to the engaged couple

Engagement Parties – Are you having one?

By Nancy Curtis / March 6, 2018

Engagement parties can be a fun way to announce and celebrate your engagement, but not everyone has one. The following blog comes from the Emily Post Institute on Etiquette and more precisely their  Emily Post’s Wedding Etiquette, 6th edition Engagement parties occupy a funny little niche in the wedding process: They are standard practice in, and more…

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Cash bar yes or no?

Cash Bar: Norm or No-No?

By Nancy Curtis / June 9, 2016

Sometimes clients ask me if a cash bar at their wedding reception is the norm or a no-no. Truthfully, it’s a touchy subject that everyone has an opinion on.  When many couples start planning their wedding budget they are often surprised at the cost of the reception, so a normal first reaction is to ask ‘where…

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Are you guilty of this?

By Nancy Curtis / April 21, 2016

The other weekend, friends of ours were over for dinner. Over the course of the evening, Dave* mentioned that he had still not received a thank you note from his grandson and wife from their wedding in early fall last year.  He remarked that he had seen them several times since the wedding and nothing was mentioned. But…

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