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Say “I Do” to wedding apps

These days, brides have a myriad of tools to help them plan their wedding. Various games and applications for the iPod or iPad are available to help them get ready for the big day, and Bangor Daily News rounds up these wedding-themed applications.

Wedding Cocktail Recipes

Some couple take on do-it-yourself crafts to personalize their wedding, but these projects shouldn’t be limited to favors and décor. You can also try your hand at making special drinks to be served at your wedding’s cocktail hour, or even at your bridal shower. See some wedding cocktail recipes from Real Simple.

To save on a wedding, skip lavish upgrades

A wedding isn’t exactly an inexpensive affair, but these days, couples are finding more and more ways to spend less on their big day. The Wichita Eagle lists down ten simple and sensible tips for cutting costs for your wedding.


Color Combinations for your home

After the wedding, perhaps the next major project you’ll take on is sprucing up the space that you and your new husband will share. A splash of color makes a room homey and inviting--Real Simple shares ideas on color combinations for your home.

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Mario Me

Modern couples now are unafraid to experiment with different themes to make their wedding unique, and one couple from Iowa decided that a Super Mario-themed celebration would suit them best. Fox 4 reports on the couple’s preparations as their big day draws near.

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