5 Bachelor & Bachelorette Party Alternatives

Weddings come with many traditions, not the least of which is the famed bachelor and/or bachelorette party. Most of us think of drunken revelry and questionable “clothing optional” activities during these events, but I’ve found that not all couples are comfortable with this. After all, some of the things that happen at these parties can come back to haunt you!

I thought it would be fun to come up with a list of alternatives to Ye Olde Bachelor/Bachelorette Party. Here are a few ideas:
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Mobile Wedding Etiquette in a Digital World (An Infographic)

Technology permeates all parts of everyday life . . . and wedding culture is no different. With today’s modern couples, mobile devices are used for every step of the planning process, from announcing your engagement on social media to managing your wedding website on the go to posting dance floor photos from the reception on Instagram. But what about the act of using mobile devices while attending a wedding? In this “Digital Wedding Etiquette” infographic, created by the team at Wedding Paper Divas, it offers some interesting statistics on social sharing and weddings (and suggestions on how not to look like a jerk with your mobile phone at the ceremony and reception). Read on below:

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5 Crucial Questions to Ask Your Wedding Planner

Not every bride is the DIY type. Depending on how large (or detailed) you want your wedding to be, you might want to consider hiring a wedding planner. And since I’m a wedding planner myself, I thought I’d share with you the top five questions to ask a planner you’re considering hiring for your wedding:

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