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Gold medal of excellence awardThe Web Site Recognition Awards program, sponsored by A-Wedding Day, is designed to recognize
excellence and enrich the wedding community.
Receiving this Award and placing it on your home page, tells visitors that your site rates merit.

Any personal, business or organization’s web site that would be of interest to bridal couples and/or
professionals in the wedding field may apply to receive this Gold Medal Award.
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To recommend your favorite wedding related site, just enter the URL and E-mail address on the form below.
If your recommended web site merits our gold medal award for excellence, we will be happy to refer our visitors by hyperlink to your Award winning site.
Each web site will be carefully reviewed for merit. Awards are presented when a qualified recipient’s web site is identified as deserving
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We do not issue rejection letters. If you do not hear from us within a reasonable length of time, you are welcome to re-submit the web site for re-consideration.

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A web site worthy of recognition is:

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A gift for you! Your own FREE Dream Wedding Website

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Why Have a Wedding Web Site?

Today, most everyone owns at least one electronic device that connects with the Internet.
If you are looking for a fresh and modern way to share the details of your special day, look no further. we have the perfect solution.
FREE websites that match more than 40 of our bestselling wedding invitations and you do not have to be a programmer.

Yes! We are very excited to offer you FREE wedding website templates so you can easily create your ad-free personal wedding website for your Special Day, create it your way,  and keep it FREE for one full year!
So what are you waiting for? Get started now to ensure that everything will be beautifully designed and perfectly coordinated as you plan and prepare for your big day.

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Now get started and create it in 3 easy steps, even if you are not computer savvy as there is NO programing required.

  1. Enter your information
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So now that you signed up, you can easily create an ad-free web site, complete with:

  • Templates,
  • Unlimited photos capabilities so you can showcase pictures of you and your fiancee while the two of you were dating and even snapshots from pre-wedding events such as your engagement party and bridal shower.
  • Online RSVP capabilities,
  • Guest lists to help you manage your guest lists and seating arrangements for all of your events.
  • Drag & Drop editing,
  • Guest comments,
  • Blogs so that you can update everyone on your entire experience from the moment the question was popped until the second you return from your honeymoon.
  • Custom domains
  • Music & video streamming capabilities
  • and most important, Password Protection.

and keep it FREE for one full year!
What a great way to share sentimental stories and touching photographs with friends and family as you get ready to walk down the aisle.

With our fast and simple customization process, you can make absolutely amazing wedding websites in a snap!
You can add as many pages as you would like and fill them full of wonderful content that visitors can browse through and enjoy. And since there’s no advanced programming knowledge required, even the least tech-savvy bride can create stunning FREE wedding websites in no time at all.
In addition to choosing a theme and color scheme, and creating your Home Page, you can create pages to serve for:

  • About us,
  • About our families,
  • About our engagement, shower and other parties,
  • About our wedding attendants,
  • Photo albums,
  • Wedding details,
  • Journal entries,
  • Events information,
  • Maps,
  • Accommodations details,
  • Gift registry information,
  • Guest book  and more.

All in addition to your blog  and unlimited number of photos on any of our wedding websites.
To sum it up, our FREE wedding websites provide the easiest and most efficient way of keeping your family and friends informed. Having it, you need not worry that your guests might miss an important detail or forget to RSVP. Ask them to RSVP online and save the expenses of sending notes and that of the double postage too.

About The Author

Nily Glaser, the CEO of A-wedding Day at: http://www.a-weddingday.com is a retired school principal, a published author and the recipient of numerous awards. She writes important articles, and her Personalized Wedding Planning Organizer is a big hit. Read her articles on this site; With her background of serving as a school principal and now as a weddings specialist, Nily Glaser has presented workshops for parents and for wedding professionals all over the USA. Her web site is a very popular Wedding Resource and Information Center, that specializes in family wedding with kids, and theme weddings and presents a very comprehensive shopping mall that represents top companies and offers discount wedding and other gifts as well as bridal accessories, including the exclusive line of wedding Accessories By Nily.

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The Personalized Wedding Planner and Organizer

Personalized Wedding Planner & Organizer

 personalized-wedding-planner-organizer By Nily Glaser

Copyrights, Nily Glaser 2011-2014 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Wedding Planner Table of Contents

1. Introduction a. About the Wedding Planning Organizer b. Tips for a Stress Free – Fun Wedding Day Planning c. Wedding Planning To-Do list

2. About Us – Journal

2a.About the Bride a. family and Friends b. How We Met and what Happened Next c. The Proposal d. When Our Families First Met 2b About the Groom e. family and Friends f. How We Met and what Happened Next g. The Proposal h. When Our Families First Met

3. Engagement

a. Who to Tell First, Second Etc. b. How to Announce the Engagement to Everyone Else c. Our First Things to do List d. Suggestions and Tips Page e. Before Making Decisions f. Things to Consider g. Choosing a Wedding date h. Sharing the News – Worksheet i. Newspaper Engagement Announcement Format j. Choosing the Date – Worksheet k. Choosing the Ceremony Date, Time and Location – Worksheet l. Choosing the Reception Date, Time and Location – Worksheet m. Destination Wedding – Worksheet n. Deciding on the Size and Formality of Our Wedding – Worksheet o. Choosing Our Attendants – Worksheet p. List of Vendors and Service Providers to Consider

4. Pre-Wedding Parties

a. Organizing Tips. b. The Engagement Party – Form c. The Engagement Party Guests – Worksheet d. Save the Day Announcement e. The Bridal Shower, the Shower for the Groom and the Wedding Shower f. The Shower Party – Form g. The Shower Party Guests – Worksheet

5. Setting The Wedding Budget

a. General Budget – Worksheets b. Traditionally who pays for what c. Who pays for what at our wedding – Bride d. Who pays for what at our wedding – Groom e. Honeymoon and – or Destination Wedding Budget Worksheet f. Our Complete Record of Deposits Made to, and Financial Obligations to Vendors at a Glance g. Wedding Budget by Category – a Comprehensive Checklist

6. Remarriage, Renewal of Vows and Family Weddings

a. The appropriate Order for Announcing the Engagement b. A Wedding Guide and Tips for Couples who are Remarrying or Renewing their Vows c. Who pays for what at our wedding d. The Blending Family Ceremony Includes Kids e. Invitation Wording for Family Weddings f. Family Vows and gifts

7. Traditional Roles and Wedding Responsibilities

a. The Duties of the Bride and Groom b. The Duties of the Bride c. The Duties of the Groom d. The Duties of the Maid or Matron of Honor e. The Duties of the Best Man f. The Duties of the Bridesmaids or g. The Duties of the Groomsmen h. The Duties of the Ushers i. The Duties of the Flower Girl or Boy and their Parents j. The Duties of the Ring Bearer and His or Her Parents k. The Duties of the Guest Book Table Attendant l. The Duties of the Mother of the Bride m. The Duties of the Father of the Bride

8. The Wedding Party and Helper

a. Choosing the Attendance b. The Duties and Responsibilities of the Wedding Attendants – Worksheets c. Information for the Wedding Party – Forms d. Information About the Wedding Party – Worksheets e. Information About the Wedding Helpers – Forms

9. Wedding Themes

a. Choosing a Wedding theme, ideas b. Choosing Wedding Colors, ideas c. Wedding Themes and Colors – Worksheets

10. Questions from Brides and Grooms and Answers Too 11. 13 Phases of Wedding Planning – Timeline Schedule 12. Wedding Planning To-do and Checklists 13. Wedding Planning – Appointment and Events Calendars 14. About Bridal Shows 15. Guests

a. Tips and Ideas b. About Out of Town Guests c. Notes and Etiquette for Guests d. Guest Lists – Worksheets e. Guest Information Forms f. Invitations Sent and Replies Received g. Guest Accommodations and Transportation h. Guest Table Decorations, Favors and Seating Assignments i. Gifts Received and Thank You Notes Sent – Form

16. Invitations and Wedding Stationery

a. Tips and Ideas b. Glossary of Wedding Invitations and Stationery c. Invitations and Wedding Stationery – Worksheets d. Invitations and Wedding Stationery – Our Specific Information Form e. Wedding Invitation Wording Etiquette f. About the 4 page Wedding Program g. A Sample of a the Wedding Ceremony, the Order of the Service and interesting Ceremony Customs

17. Bridal Gown and Wedding Attire

a. A Gown for the Bride and Dresses for the Ladies – Before you Purchase b. Jewelry for the Bride and the Ladies c. Wedding Attire Formality Choices for Attendants d. Things to Consider About Choosing a Wedding Gown e. Bridal Attire Budget – Worksheet f. Dress Shop, Salon or Dressmaker – Worksheets g. Wedding Gown Choices h. Wedding Gown Specifications i. Gown and Dress Measurements, Also Dress Size – Measurements Chart and Applications j. Wedding Gown Worksheets and Checklists k. Bridal Attendants – Attire Worksheets and Checklists l. Questions for Vendors of Wedding Gowns a Attire m. Selecting a Vendor n. Dress Shop – Salon Contract – Checklist Worksheet o. Tuxedo Purchase or Rental Establishments Worksheets p. Attire Checklist for Groom and Male Attendants q. Jewelry Checklist for the Men r. Tuxedo Shop / Rental Establishment Contract Checklist Worksheet

18. Destination Wedding and Honeymoon

a. What are Destination Weddings and why are they so Popular? b. Planning a Destination Wedding c. Information you Need for Weddings Abroad d. Information you Need to Provide e. Services you Need for Your Special Day f. Destination Wedding Checklist g. Destination Wedding Abroad – Checklist h. Questions for the Facility Manager i. Important Notes about Destination Weddings j. Choosing a Destination Wedding Facility – worksheet k. Facility Contract Checklist – worksheet l. Destination Wedding – Honeymoon General Packing – Checklist m. Destination Wedding – Honeymoon Packing Clothes for the Bride and the Groom- Checklist n. Destination Wedding – Honeymoon Packing Miscellaneous Items – Checklist

19. Wedding Vendors, Professionals and Service Providers

a. How to Choose Wedding Vendors, Professionals and Service Providers b. Vendors, Professionals and Service Providers – Information at a Glance

20. Wedding Day Schedule

a. By the Hour b. By Activities c. Reception Checklist

21. Ceremony

a. Choosing the Ceremony Site b. Ceremony Costs Worksheet c. Ceremony To-Do Checklist d. Important Details e. Personalizing the Wedding Ceremony f. A Sample of a Wedding Ceremony and the Order of the Service g. Interesting Customs h. The Order of the Ceremony Procession – Christian i. The Order of the Ceremony Procession – Jewish j. Elements of the Ceremony Music k. Ceremony Worksheet Includes Readings, Music Selections and Pew Seating Arrangements for Family

22. Officiant

a. Officiant Selection Options b. Questionnaire for Officiant from a House of Worship c. General Questionnaire for Religious and – or Secular Officiant d. Selecting the Appropriate Officiant

23. Reception Venue

a. Choosing a Wedding Reception Site b. Planning the Wedding Reception c. Reception Site Worksheets d. Reception Site Costs Worksheet e. Selecting the Reception Site Worksheet f. Reception Site Contract Checklist Worksheet

24. Reception Rentals

a. Rental Worksheet for Do It Yourself Wedding Receptions b. Finding the Right Rental Company c. Information About Delivery and Set-up at the Reception Location d. Items Needed for the Wedding Worksheets e. Selecting the Rental Company Worksheet f. Rental Contract Checklist Worksheet

25. Bakery

a. Wedding Cake Worksheet for Do It Yourself b. Finding the Right Bakery c. Tips Page d. Wedding Cake Details Worksheet e. Details for Other Cakes Worksheets f. Cake Delivery Specifics Worksheet> g. Experience with Bakery and Costs Worksheet h. Information for the Baker Worksheet i. Questions for the Bakery Manager j. Bakery Contract Checklist Worksheets k. Approximate Number of Servings Worksheet l. Wedding Cake – Calculating Additional Costs Worksheet

26. Catering

a. Do It Yourself Catering Worksheet b. Tips Pages c. Self Catered Buffet – Items and Quantities Needed for 50 or 100 guests d. Alcoholic and Non-alcoholic Drinks and Number of Servings Worksheet e. Caterer or Self Provided Bar Worksheet f. Finding the Right Caterer Worksheet g. Personalized Catering Details Worksheets h. Information for Caterer Worksheet i. Experience with Caterer and Costs Worksheet j. Questions for the Caterer Manager k. Selecting the Caterer Worksheet l. Caterer Contract Checklist Worksheets

27. Bar Service

a. Planning the Beverage and Bar Service b. Alcoholic Drinks and Number of Servings Worksheets c. Mixes, Non-alcoholic Beverages, Garnishes, Equipment and Essentials d. Glossary of terms used by Caterers and Bar Tenders e. Bar Worksheets

28. Florist

a. Wedding Flowers Worksheet for Do It Yourself b. Tips Page c. Glossary of terms used by Florists d. Flowers for Every Season e. Flowers for Every Reason f. Finding the Right Florist Worksheet g. Information for Florist about Delivery and Set-up at the Ceremony and Reception Locations h. Personalized Details the Florist Needs to Know Worksheets i. Flowers for all Celebrations Checklist j. Florist Costs Worksheet k. Questions for the Florist Manager l. Selecting the Florist Worksheet m. Caterer Contract Checklist Worksheets

29. Music and Entertainment

a. Finding the Right Music and Entertainment Providers Worksheet b. Information for Musicians and Entertainers Worksheets c. Questions for the Musicians, DJs, and Entertainers Worksheets d. Music for the Ceremony Worksheets e. Music for the Reception Worksheets f. Selecting the Musicians and Entertainers Worksheet g. Sample of Music and Entertainment Itinerary for the Reception – Form h. Music and Entertainment Contract Checklist Worksheet

30. Photographer

a. Finding the Right Photographer Worksheet b. Tips Page c. Information for the Photographer Worksheets d. Questions for the Photographer Manager e. Photographer Costs Worksheet f. Selecting the Photographer Worksheet g. Photographer Contract Checklist Worksheet

31. Videographer

a. Finding the Right Videographer Worksheet b. Tips Page c. Information for the videographer Worksheets d. Questions for the Videographer Manager Worksheets e. Videographer Costs Worksheet f. Selecting the Videographer Worksheet g. Videographer Contract Checklist Worksheet

32. Transportation

a. the Right Transportation Provider(s) b. Tips Page c. Information regarding transportation for our wedding events d. Information regarding special transportation for the Bride and Groom e. Questions for the Transportation Provider – Work sheets. Transportation Provider Costs Worksheet g. Selecting the Transportation Provider Worksheet h. Transportation Provider Contract Checklist Worksheet i. Instructions or our Transportation Provider regarding Service Date(s) and Event(s)

33. Our Wedding Rings

a. General Information b. Budget c. Options and Choices d. About Diamonds, the 4 Cs e. About Gold and Platinum f. About the Various Shapes of Rings g. Jeweler Information and Contract Worksheet

34. What to Bring

a. What to Bring to the Ceremony Site b. What to Bring to the Reception Site c. About the Emergency Kit

35. What to do After Returning from the Honeymoon

a. What we Need to do b. Name Change Procedure c. Who to notify of a name and address change d. Changes We Need to Make to Important Documents

36. Wedding Favors and Gifts

a. Wedding Favors b. Personalized and Other Gifts for Wedding Party

37. Wedding Planners, Consultants or Coordinators

38. Interesting Ceremony and Reception Customs

About The Author   Nily Glaser

NilyNily Glaser, the CEO of A-wedding Day at: http://www.a-weddingday.com is a retired school principal, a published author and the recipient of numerous awards. She writes important articles, and her Personalized Wedding Planning Organizer is a big hit. Read her articles on this site; With her background of serving as a school principal and now as a weddings specialist, Nily Glaser has presented workshops for parents and for wedding professionals all over the USA. Her web site is a very popular Wedding Resource and Information Center, that specializes in family wedding with kids, and theme weddings and presents a very comprehensive shopping mall that represents top companies and offers discount wedding and other gifts as well as bridal accessories, including the exclusive line of wedding Accessories By Nily.

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Ben and Rachel’s Engagement & Shower Gifts – Great ideas

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Ideas for Meaningful Engagement Gifts Wish Lists, Bridal Shower Gifts Wish Lists and Gifts Wish Lists for the Wedding Day

Contributed by Nily Glaser author of the Personalized Wedding Planner and Organizer

With wedding costs escalating, it has become acceptable, even welcome for brides and grooms to inform their friends and relatives of their choices of engagement, shower and wedding gifts. This is why compiling a gift list is now a fundamental part of most couples’ wedding planning. After reading David and Susan’s experience you will understand what prompted ideas that made Ben and Rachel’s experience much more rewarding.

Many couples create a wish list of items and services they desire for their wedding and a separate wish list for wedding gifts. When creating their wish lists, couples tend to divide the lists into categories. Some wish list entries are for individuals or couples, while others are presented as cooperative gifts. That is, a few guests get together and present the bride and groom with a gift from all of them.

Ben and Rachel’s Engagement Gifts.

Rachel is Susan’s sister. She and Ben got married about a year after David and Susan. Rachel and Ben’s parents celebrated their children’s engagement with a lavish party. This time, in addition to the standard invitation wording, the invitees were asked to contact the respective mothers by phone. When contacted, the mothers informed the callers about the wedding date and about the wedding theme the bride and groom chose. They suggested that the guests NOT bring any engagement gifts to the party and that they, the mothers, will share an idea for a most meaningful gift presentation for the couple. Obviously some guests arrived bearing gifts but the majority of guests was too intrigued to do so, and chose to comply with the request.

Rachel and Ben were asked to come an hour later than the scheduled time to allow time for the guests to arrive and get comfortable. Rachel’s mother took on the responsibility to announce the plan. It was a simple and forward presentation that basically stated that Ben and Rachel should have their dream wedding come true. Out of many themes available, they chose
Winter Snow Flake as their wedding theme, and it would bring extra magic to the wedding if friends and family will contribute.

Being very sensitive, Rachel’s mother did not read her daughter’s wish list and did not elaborate, but asked the guests to put on their thinking caps, and help her and Ben’s mother by sharing ideas.

It did not take long for many guest’s suggestions and ideas to be expressed. Some are:

A few crafters suggested a range of handcrafted gifts that will provide the bride and groom with true wedding keepsakes and offered to:

  • Decorate an entire wedding accessories collection with decorations matching the wedding theme
  • Decorate the reception hall
  • Create favors
  • Create floral arrangements from silk or satin flowers, including the bouquets, wristlets  boutonnieres and centerpieces,
  • Write and frame a poem for the bride and groom on their special day,
  • Play instrument and / or sing
  • Take photographs at both ceremony and reception
  • A teacher suggested that she will supply “Fun Kits” to keep invited kids happily occupied.
  • A few guests even suggested getting together to create and decorate the wedding cake.

When they first thought of the idea, neither mother thought it would cause such excitement. Both were overwhelmed! It was, yet it was not surprising that even the gift bearing guests offered their participation with items and / or services.

Ben’s mother who could not get over the enthusiasm and energy in the room, provided each guest with a note card, decorated with red roses and butterflies, of course. She also provided each with an envelope. The instructions for the guests who wished to participate were simple. “Write down how you would like to participate in helping create an unforgettable dream wedding for Ben and Rachel, and return the filled card to me before you leave the party.”

Rachel’s Bridal Shower Gifts.

Susan who held Rachel’s bridal shower followed the same idea except that the request for suggestions and ideas was sent in advance, with the invitations and was aimed for suggestions and ideas of gifts that would provide Ben and Rachel with a dream honeymoon.

Gifts Offered by Guests Included:

  • A night at a hotel,
  • Welcome baskets, (fruit, candies, pastries and other eatables)
  • Romantic baskets (champagne and personalized champagne flutes, Candles and candle    holders, Bubble bath, personalized keepsake towels, etc)
  • Meals gift certificates,
  • Entertainment gift certificates or tickets to events
  • Lingerie,
  • Transportation

Ben and Rachel’s Bridal Shower Gifts Wish List Book.

At both engagement and shower celebrations, a WEDDING GIFTS – WISH LIST BOOK put together by the bride and groom were available for browsing. The wish list in the book was not for engagement or shower gifts. It was very specific. As wedding gifts, Rachel and Ben included items they wanted or needed to start their life as a married couple.

Ben and Rachel worked very diligently on their wedding wish list book. Each item entered included a picture, a price range and a box for a check mark. Yet each stated that the picture is just suggestive and the item does not have to be of a specific manufacturer and can look somewhat differently.
Gift suggestions were organized by category with approximate price included. Guests who chose to use it as a guide, were asked to put a check (no name or identity. Just a check) next to the item they would like to provide.
Ben and Rachel did not commit to a specific store’s bridal registry for their wedding wish list. They thought it more considerate to allow their friends and family to shop wherever it was most convenient for them, be it in a store or on the Internet.

When asked why they did not choose specific stores’ bridal registries, Rachel simply said: “Our friends and family are very important to us. We want them at our wedding. The gifts are much less important and are not worth offending or placing a burden on our wedding guests.”
Wedding invitees were sent the modified list and asked to call the mothers to verify that the gift they chose is still requested. This too was a great idea. As a result Ben and Rachel did not receive duplicated items but did receive what they hoped for.

Would you believe that Ben and Rachel’s wedding wish list DID NOT include a toaster, a microwave, towel sets, drinking glasses or any items David and Susan received in duplicates?

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Nily Glaser, the CEO of A-wedding Day at: A-wedding Day. is a published author. She writes important articles, and her Personalized Wedding Planning Organizer is a hit. She has presented workshops for parents and for wedding professionals all over the USA. To read more articles CLICK HERE Her web site is a very popular Wedding Resource and Information Center, and a discount shopping mall. It specializes in family wedding with kids, and theme weddings. It offers discount wedding gifts, bridal accessories, print your own invitations, favors and the very unique items offered, including the exclusive line of wedding Accessories By Nily.

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Engagement & Shower Gift Ideas

Engagement, bridal shower and wedding gifts that brides and grooms will appreciate! Part 1 David and Susan

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IDEAS FOR CREATING MEANINGFUL

Wish Lists for Engagement Gifts , Bridal Shower Gifts and Gifts for the Wedding Day

Contributed by Nily Glaser author of the Personalized Wedding Planner and Organizer

 

 Congratulations! You’re getting married. In addition to a new spouse, a new home and a new way of life, you’ll receive gifts from friends and family.

According to statistics offered by “BRIDE’S Millennium Report: Wedding Love & Money” The average wedding costs today top $20,000. With wedding costs escalating, many couples suggest that the best engagement and shower gifts will center on their wedding planning.

Recently, It has become acceptable, even welcome when brides and groom inform their friends and relatives of their choices of engagement, shower and wedding gifts. This is why compiling a gift list is now a fundamental part of most couples’ wedding planning.

Many couples create a wish list of items and services they desire for their wedding and a separate wish list for wedding gifts. When creating their wish lists, couples tend to divide the lists into categories. Some wish list entries are for individuals or couples, while others are presented as cooperative gifts. That is, a few guests get together and present the bride and groom with a gift from all of them.

Two examples: 1. About David and Susan Engagement & Shower gifts read this post
2.  About Ben and Rachel’s Engagement & Shower Gifts – Great ideas, CLICK HERE.

David and Susan Engagement Gifts

David and Susan got married. Though they planned the wedding on a rather strict budget, it cost them a lot of money. Some saved, some charged to their combined credit cards.

As it is customary with Susan’s family, her parents invited many guests to an engagement announcement party for their daughter. David’s family followed suit by inviting their friends and relatives to an engagement party for their son. Between the two parties, David and Susan accumulated many gifts. Upon opening their presents, the couple’s excitement turned into a disappointment. They received 3 toasters, 2 microwave ovens, over 20 towel sets of various colors, 4 sets of drinking glasses and other duplicated items. So, what is a couple to do? Be polite and send out thank you notes.

Susan’s Bridal Shower Gifts

Susan’s sister, soon to be the maid of honor, honored her sister with a surprise bridal shower. She organized a party deserving of awards. Everything was just so! The guests arrived bearing gifts. Most gifts were thoughtful, some more expensive than others.

As is traditional at bridal showers, the bride was expected to open each gift and make a comment. The comments were written down, to be read later to the guests. Susan was up to the task with a pretty basket for the ribbons on her side and anticipation in her heart. I’ll not go into the list of her gifts other than to say that she received 3 more sets of towels, (All she could think was: “Boy, I can open a towels store”) another toaster that made her wonder who to re-gift it to, and some other gifts she had no idea what to do with.

Would you believe that Ben and Rachel’s wedding wish list DID NOT include a toaster, a microwave, towel sets, drinking glasses or any items David and Susan received in duplicates?

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AUTHOR’S BYLINE

Nily Glaser, the CEO of A-wedding Day at: www.a-weddingday.com. is a published author. She writes important articles, and her Personalized Wedding Planning Organizer is a hit. She has presented workshops for parents and for wedding professionals all over the USA. To read more articles CLICK HERE Her web site is a very popular Wedding Resource and Information Center, and a discount shopping mall. It specializes in family wedding with kids, and theme weddings. It offers discount wedding gifts, bridal accessories, print your own invitations, favors and the very unique items offered, including the exclusive line of wedding Accessories By Nily.

Please Email us a courtesy copy of your publication and / or the URL and a web site link.
Please snail mail a copy of any printed publication using this article to:
A-wedding Day, A Gan Publishing Company
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A Family Wedding – The Ceremony

THE CEREMONY

First come the obvious. If the children or grandchildren are not grown ups, they should be given the duties of a Flower Girl(s) or Boy(s) and Ring Bearer(s). That is right! You may have more than one flower child and more than one ring bearer.
I bet you wonder why I did not say Flower Girl. This is because a boy can be a flower child just as a girl can be a ring bearer. You may also have the children ask the guests to sign the guest book and lead the guests to their seats. If you have
teen age or older children, you can honor them by having the son(s) walk the bride and / or the daughter(s) walk the groom down the aisle. The son can be either the bride’s or the groom’s and so can the daughter be.
Include your children in the wedding party as attendants.


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During the ceremony, after the bride and groom exchange vows, they may integrate vows dedicated especially to the children. To read about Blending family vows click here

Children who are old and responsible enough, should participate in the Unity Candle ceremony. Here there are a few options.
If only one or two children are involved, they should be given their own tapers and join the bride and groom in lighting the pillar candle.
However, if more than two children are involved, they should receive their own tapers but rather than light the pillar candle, light their tapers from it.

The candle lighting ceremony is a perfect opportunity for children who are old enough to congratulate the bride and groom and acknowledge the new family union. However, doing so must be their choice generated by their own initiative.

Susan & Bill

A friend who recently got married told us about the Unity Candle ceremony at her wedding. She had ordered a personalized pillar candle and five personalized tapers for the children from Candles By Nily and gave each child a personalized taper.

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Personalized Blending Family Unity Candle by “Candles by Nily”

The ceremony was actually a Family Unity Ceremony. All five children (his two and her three), all above 10 years old, wrote a congratulation and thank you note to the bride and groom. Once the Unity Candle was lit, they took turns lighting their tapers from the pillar and surprised the bride and groom when in unison they recited the following:

“As I light my candle from the Unity Candle, I feel the warmth, love and excitement of my new, larger family. Thank you Susan (can be substituted with BRIDE’S NAME or MOM or MOTHER) and Bill (can be substituted with GROOM’S NAME or DAD or FATHER) for having given me an extended family to love and be loved by. Congratulations! I love you!”

It was such a touching experience that there wasn’t a dry eye in the room!

Right after the Family Unity Candle ceremony, Susan and Bill exchanged their first gifts as a husband and wife and gave each of the children a personalized Family Unity Ring, available at A-wedding Day, and a BIG welcome hug.

Engraved Blending Family Unity Ring

Engraved Family Unity Ring”

” width=”120 height=”120″ /> Engraved Blending Family Unity Ring”[/caption] Susan and Bill engraved the  3 in 1 ring as follows:
Band 1 Child’s Name
Band 2 Love Mom & Bill (for Susan’s kids) and Love Dad & Susan (for Bill’s kids)
Band  3 The Wedding Date.

Rachel and Tony

added a touch of their own to the ceremony.
After the unity candle ceremony they had the Best man hand them a silk rope akin to the one used as a curtain tie. The bride and groom tied the first knot and each child added a knot. The knotted rope was later placed in a shadow box with the candles, sixpence, glass slipper, hankie, and tiaras.

Another way to bestow honor to a teen age or older child is to have a son walk the bride and / or a daughter walk the groom down the isle. The son can be either the bride’s or groom’s and so can the daughter be.

The reception offers as many opportunities for involving the children as there is imagination. There are also the obvious toasts, dances, special responsibilities and tasks.

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Nily Glaser is the CEO of A-wedding Day, (Please hyperlink) to:  http://www.a-weddingday.com.
She  retired school principal and a published author. Nily Glaser writes important articles, and has presented workshops for parents and wedding professionals all over the USA.
To read more of her articles CLICK HERE
Her web site is very popular for its discount wedding gifts, bridal accessories, print your own invitations, favors and the very unique items offered including the exclusive line of wedding Accessories By Nily.

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A Family Wedding – A What?

By Nily Glaser
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A wedding is always exciting. A lot of planning and preparation go into action so that the wedding will be memorable meaningful and as one-of-a-kind as the marrying couple. Yet, each couple has consideration unique to them.

  • There are couples where both partners marry for the first time.
  • There are couples where one or both partners have been married before but have no children.
  • There are couples where one or both partners have been married before and have children.
  • And there are December couples who often have children and grandchildren.

This article is dedicated to couples that will have a “blended” family once they are married. That is, children will have a new parent and possibly new siblings.

Many, though not all marrying or re-marrying couples are looking for ways to integrate the children into the wedding ceremony and / or reception in such a way that it will become a Family Wedding.

Some people wonder why should a wedding not be dedicated to the bride and groom alone. Why should it not be “Their Day”?

There are two main reasons:
1. Children need reassurance. They need to know that they are welcome and wanted by both parents and new siblings.
2. Parents WANT their children not only to be an integral part of the wedding and        celebration, but to be excited about having a roll before and on the wedding day.

We at A-wedding Day are often asked to suggest ways to involve the children in their parent(s) wedding.

The following are ideas, implementation of which depends on the ages / abilities of the children and the degree of involvement the marrying couple wishes to dedicate to them.

Children must always feel that they are IMPORTANT especially now, when their parent is marrying a new life partner.

LET’S BEGIN WITH PLANNING AND PREPARATION.

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Plan your traditional or family
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Children who are old enough should be asked to put on their thinking caps and help with the wedding planning and preparations. Their input should always be taken into consideration and if possible acted upon. Children can:

  • Make recommendations ranging from wedding themes to color schemes,
  • Suggest favors and help make them,*
  • If they are capable of the task, help address envelops and / or stuff them.
  • If they drive they can run wedding related errands,
  • Help with pre-wedding parties and showers,
  • * Placing a specific number of colorful candies such as jelly beans, is a great teaching tool for the very young who can learn colors and counting.

 

It is also very important to make shopping for the wedding attire a special family affair.

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Nily Glaser is the CEO of A-wedding Day, (Please hyperlink) to:  http://www.a-weddingday.com.
She  retired school principal and a published author. Nily Glaser writes important articles, and has presented workshops for parents and wedding professionals all over the USA.
To read more of her articles CLICK HERE
Her web site is very popular for its discount wedding gifts, bridal accessories, print your own invitations, favors and the very unique items offered including the exclusive line of wedding Accessories By Nily.

Please send us a courtesy copy of your publication and / or the URL and a website link.
Please snail mail a copy of any printed publication using this article to:
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About Finances, Affection & Loyalty for a Great Marriage

FINANCES

A marriage is more than friendship and love. It is a partnership. Thus, finances are communal. Yet arguments and disagreements relating to finances can destroy trust, loyalty and even the marriage itself. I will never forget a sad statement utter by my friend Vikki. I invited her to come with me on a shopping excursion and she declined. When I asked her why, she said that she does not like to go shopping and buy nothing. I was puzzled and asked her to explain her statement. What she said made my jaw drop. Vikki said that since she is a stay at home mom and has no earnings of her own, she is uncomfortable spending her husband’s money. I could not believe my ears and reminded her that a marriage is a partnership and finances belong to both husband and wife.  The most important financial related responsibilities in marriage are to provide food, clothing, shelter, education and security for the family. For a marriage to succeed financially, planning for them must be a joint effort, no matter whether the finances result from one or two incomes.    

PERSONALITY TRAITS

We are all human and no one is perfect. Every marriage includes two individuals with their unique personality traits, some wonderful and some faulty. Yes! We all have our faults. So how do we handle the faulty traits yet love, respect and be thankful for having our spouse?
Rather than criticize, we do our utmost to understand each other and turn the faults into positives.
Let us say that others think of your spouse as touchy. Why not describe him or her as sensitive?
How about turning the tables from a manipulative person to a person who is very resourceful with many creative ideas?
Have you got a fussy spouse? Or is he or she simply very organized and efficient?
Your spouse is not messy. He or she simple is very creative and creative people work best when they are not restricted.
Here again, you know your spouse better than anyone else. Get creative. Talking about personality traits raises the question of disagreements. Since each of us is an individual, we each have our points of view and ideas that may differ and even contradict our spouse’s. This may cause disagreements and even fights. Anger and resentment may build and affect the relationship. Should you allow it? Absolutely not!
Act maturely about disagreements and do not let them escalate and become actual fights. Ask our sons who are in their forties, and they will tell you that they can not recall us ever fighting, exchanging harsh words or raising our voices. This is because we never allowed a disagreement to become more than an argument. And we settled our arguments over a cup of coffee. It is crucial that you resolve your misunderstandings and arguments and kiss and make up before you go to bed.
NEVER go to sleep angry at one another.
ALWAYS kiss and say “I love you” before you go to sleep.

SHOW AFFECTION

Some individuals do not mind showing affection in public, while others are reserved. Yet we all like and need to be reassured that we are loved. Small gestures of love even as small as an unexpected touch, kiss or even a pat on the head can make us tingle and give us butterflies. Think about how you’d feel when you are watching TV or are at your computer and your spouse plants a kiss on the back of your neck or passes a loving hand on your head or back and leaves the room. That is right! He or she came into the room just to touch you with love. So, how do you feel about it?

ALWAYS STAND BY YOUR MAN – WOMAN

If not for my husband’s encouragement, patience, understanding and support, I would never have written this article because I would not have become involved with weddings and personal relationships. The books I have written and published, Candles By Nily and A-wedding Day would not have been born if not for his love and caring, interest and actual devotion to seeing me happy. Though my husband may not see it this way, he made many sacrifices to allow me to pursue my dreams. I am and always will be grateful to him. Many couples do and will, and we too encountered rough spots throughout our marriage. Some such as a lengthy period of unemployment could have caused us to separate yet, because of our deep love and devotion to one another, brought us closer together. We stood by each other just as we vowed “for better and for worse” and nurtured each other knowing that “this too shall pass” and that we shall stay together and thrive. We are not angels and each of us made some mistakes along the way. We could have gotten upset and angry with the other. However, we took the route of rationalization. Our usual reaction has been that we learned an important lesson, it cost us less than college tuition and we can chuck it to experience and go on with life. As the author of this article, I concentrated on my husband and what he did to strengthen our marriage, as I did not find it appropriate to toot my own horn.

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EMOTIONS – SET ASIDE TIME FOR EACH OTHER!

By Nily Glaser of A-wedding Day

When we first got married my husband and I played a game. Each of us wrote down what emotional characteristics we should nurture throughout our married life. The results both of us agreed upon were:

  • Unconditional love
  • Understanding
  • acceptance
  • warmth and tenderness
  • Expressing tender feelings
  • Giving and receiving love.

We are all very busy. Our days, weeks months and years are filled with many obligations and responsibilities that are demanding of our time and energy. From work, house keeping, child rearing and volunteering even to socializing, our calendar is full. Yet we make sure to devote special time for each other. It does not have to be a large block of time. A phone call during the day just to say “I love you”, “I miss you” or “I was thinking about you”” or placing a love note in your spouse’s car does not take much time yet warms the heart. PRAISE, COMPLIMENT AND ENCOURAGE EACH OTHER It does not take but a moment to share kind words, compliments praise and encouragement. Yet they are very important to a great relationship. Both my husband and I have and will continue to tell each other how grateful, how fortunate, how lucky and how fulfilled we feel for having the other as our partner in life. Yes! Marrying my husband was and still is the best thing that ever happened to me. We find opportunities for sentiments such as:

  • You look great..
  • I really like your…,
  •  am proud of you for…,
  • Your idea is terrific. You should pursue it.
  • Thanks for your input it really helps.
  • I am glad I asked for your opinion.
  • You make my life complete.
  • What would I do without you?
  • etc…
  • DO THINGS TOGETHER It is always fun to be together. So find things that both of you can participate in and do them together. Whether it is entertainment or household chores, visiting or going on vacation nothing can bring you closer than sharing and being with one another.
    Just as doing things together is crucial to a great marriage, it is also crucial to remember that occasionally we all need our own space. Do not always hang around. Allow your spouse his or her own space.
  • DO FOR EACH OTHER It is expected that married couples will remember and celebrate each other on special occasions such as birthdays, holidays and anniversaries. Ours happens to be easy to remember as we got married on the 4th of July. But the beauty and warmth of a surprise exceeds them all. Small and large gestures done without fanfare say, “I love you and think of you.” And ““you are important to me”. Here again, you do not have to be rich to surprise each other as acts of kindness go a long way. showing interest and participating in what is important to your mate. Take Dianna for example. She does not particularly enjoy going to the movies. Yet, she surprised her husband Dan when she took him to a movie he mentioned he would like to see.

Neither my husband nor I ever surprised the other with a diamond ring or a new car sitting in the driveway. We just do little things for each other, sometimes serious sometimes humorous, but always with love. In fact, just yesterday my husband walked in with a lovely bonsai tree in a planter and said: “When I saw this beautiful little tree I thought of you and how much you’ll enjoy it.”
Put on your thinking cap and come up with ideas that will please your mate and reflect your love.
Take your mate on a surprise day outing just for enjoyment.
Set a special dinner table and if you have no children light candles for a romantic atmosphere.
Bring home a box of candies, a bottle of wine or champagne, a dessert your spouse likes a book he or she will enjoy, a movie to watch together.Or how about a bonsai tree?.

  • Bring your spouse a stuffed animal, a piggy bank for the laundry room for loose change that falls out of pockets, a flower or even just a card
  • Surprise your spouse with a new outfit or sexy lingerie and he will cherish the moment.
  • Prepare a bubble bath for your unsuspecting wife complete with romantic candles and she will thank you for your thoughtfulness.
  • Warm your spouse’s car on a cold morning.
  • Share in doing the chores.
    You know what your spouse will enjoy and appreciate. Use your imagination and surprise him or her. 

For suggestions that are the results of our experiences as husband and wife read The Secrets to a Great Marriage – Introduction

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Her web site is very popular for its discount wedding gifts, bridal accessories, print your own invitations, favors and the very unique items offered including the exclusive line of wedding Accessories By Nily.

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The Secrets to a Great Marriage – Introduction

By Nily Glaser of A-wedding Day

My husband and I were married in 1965, (Do the math getting close to our 50th anniversary),  raised a family and still feel about each other as though we are newlyweds. Brides, grooms and married couples who know us, often ask us something akin to: “What is the secret to your relationship and happy marriage?”

Since I write for brides and grooms and for married couples, I thought this is an important topic to write about.

Even before you started to court you became best friends, then lovers. By the time you  decide to marry, you were not only best friends but very much in love. The flame of this  love for each other, carried you through the engagement and wedding planning period and after the wedding into your married life. It is this flame that you need to nurture so it does not dim. If you do, you too will enjoy the bliss of a happy fulfilling marriage.

But how do you do it? There are many aspects to married life and all are crucial. Some couples look at the movies for fairy tale marriages where all is always rosy and nice. Reality however dictates that you should never take your spouse for granted and that  each of you needs to give MORE than 100 percent but expect less. As you have before you got married, make eye contact often especially when you communicate, and do things together. Enjoy and respect each other while you play, work, laugh, plan and relax. Be there  for each other in happy times and sad, support each other’s endeavors and always make  time for and acknowledge your spouse. You do not want to realize after years of marriage that though you are still married, you are no longer best friends.

Of the highest priority is that you make your marriage the MOST important part of your life, and your spouse the most important person. Never compromise the place of your spouse or your marriage relating to anything else. We often hear married people say that the kids come first. We say that the only exception is your spouse. After all, your children are invited guests in your marriage. Guests that eventually will leave you to once more be a married couple without children at home. Will your flame still be burning? It should be!

For suggestions that are the results of our experiences as husband and wife read the following article. EMOTIONS – SET ASIDE TIME FOR EACH OTHER!

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