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Ted’s Tips: Wedding Cost Estimator

Here is a great wedding cost estimator website for you to start the planning. Use the wedding cost estimator (better than a wedding budget calculator) to create a budget starting point or a wedding budget checklist. Simply enter your US based zip code, select number of guests, type of wedding,… Continue Reading

8 Things You Need to Think About in Planning Your Wedding

1. Compile a Guest list a. Brides parents list b. Grooms parents list c. Bride and grooms list d. Look at out of town guests to ensure that you are thinking of their needs while       attending your wedding e. Transportation to and from the Wedding if need… Continue Reading

 

Ted’s Tips: Meet The Boston Wedding Group – From It’s New President

As the in-coming President of the Boston Wedding Group, allow me to introduce ourselves. The Boston Wedding Group is a one-of-a-kind, comprehensive resource for couples marrying in New England. We go beyond traditional services to provide the support you need to make your Boston wedding simple and enjoyable and to… Continue Reading

Ted’s Tips: Top 10 Wedding Flowers

The top 10 flowers used in weddings as found on The Knot All photos come from organizations that are members of the Boston Wedding Group 1. The Rose Long considered a symbol of beauty and love, the rose figures into many myths & fairy tales. 2. The Tulip Representing “consuming… Continue Reading

 

Ted’s Tips: 10 Wedding Trends for 2012

*These are trends as reported by The Knot.* “Weddings have been sexy and bold, but now the world is ready to embrace the traditional…with a modern twist, of course” 1. “Snow White” Wedding Dresses: Buzzed-about movies Snow White and The Huntsman and Mirror, Mirror will inspire 2012 brides to wear… Continue Reading

Ted’s Tips: Harp Music for Wedding Ceremony and Cocktail Hours

If your ceremony is not at a church and need ceremony music The Boston Wedding Group’s member, The Gilded Harps, has an extensive repertoire, from classical and celtic music to popular and jazz styles. They offer solo harp and harp with many other instruments – flute, violin, ’cello, and also… Continue Reading

 

Throwing Rice at Weddings

One of the oldest traditions, the custom of throwing rice, originated with the ancient Hindus and Chinese. In these cultures, rice is the symbol of fruitfulness and prosperity. Tossing it after the ceremony was believed to bestow fertility upon the bride and groom. Eating rice and other grains was thought to… Continue Reading

Ted’s Tips: Top 10 Reasons to Have a Holiday Wedding

Though most people consider the summer months to be official wedding season, there’s often no time for a wedding like the holiday season! Don’t let the possible chill in the air deter you from getting married in December. In fact, we have 10 reasons why holiday weddings are an absolutely… Continue Reading

 

Ted’s Tips: Getting Cheap Wedding Dresses

As most of you should know by now that Priscilla of Boston is going out of business at the end of the year. Having been to the store at 801 Boylston Street Boston on Monday 12/5, they still have dresses available ranging in prices from $99 to $499.  While there… Continue Reading