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Planning Tips, Uncategorized, Wedding Q & A, Wedding Trends, Weddings

Unless you have planned a large scale event before (which most people have not) you probably have no idea how much your wedding will cost. According to The Knot Magazine, the average cost of a wedding in the United States in 2016 was $35,329 and the average wedding in Atlanta, Georgia is just under that at $31,436.   Are you shocked?

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Indoor Ceremonies, Planning Tips, Wedding Trends, Weddings, Winter Weddings

Beautiful reds brightened the subtle tones of winter for Ally and Lee's January wedding.  Gold was also incorporated throughout from the invitations, to the hand painted wedding cake and the bride's accessories.

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Planning Tips, Uncategorized, Wedding Q & A, Wedding Trends, Weddings

 

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Planning Tips, Wedding Trends, Weddings

The Jewish wedding ceremony is steeped in many rich traditions.  At Payne-Corley House, we recently had the opportunity to share in this beautiful event. So, we thought we would do some research into what these wedding traditions symbolize and mean.  

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Planning Tips, Uncategorized, Vendors, Wedding Trends, Weddings

If you are thinking about hosting your wedding this spring you may be a little nervous about how you will ever get it all done. Well, no need to panic!

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Planning Tips, Vendors, Wedding Trends, Weddings

 

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Planning Tips, Proposals, Uncategorized, Wedding Trends, Weddings

The holiday season has come and love is in the air. Statistically, those in dedicated relationships are proven to propose to their soon-to-be spouses at a much higher rate in the time between the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Now when it comes to proposing, there are some tips tricks you will want to use, and of course, those we suggest avoiding AT ALL  COSTS.

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Planning Tips, Uncategorized, Wedding Trends, Weddings

 

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Planning Tips, Wedding Trends, Weddings

The tossing of the bouquet is that moment at every wedding that single guests either can’t wait for or can’t wait to avoid. The bride has married the love of her life and tradition dictates that she shares that luck in romance with her guests. But where did the tradition start? And does the bride have to lose this one symbol of love forever?

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House Talk, Planning Tips, Uncategorized, Wedding Trends, Weddings

 

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