It is not an elopement and it doesn’t have to be to a far away beach destination (although who could argue with a Beach Wedding in Grand Cayman?). According to Destination Weddings & Honeymoons Magazine any wedding that takes place 100 miles or more from where the bride currently lives is a destination wedding. Destination Wedding Matchmaking Made Easy By, Susan Moynihan   As a former travel editor and founder of The Honeymoonist, I spend…


Happy Wedding Wednesday! Bridges Cinema & Photography sent us this gem of a video!  Pour yourself a glass of bubbly and drink “L’Chaim!” with Jessica and Jason, two CPAs from New York, who went to sunny Florida for their nuptials. You’ll know when to lift your glass in a toast to the happy couple. Mazel Tov Jessica and Jason! Woodfield Country Club Wedding {Jessica and Jason} 1.26.13 from Bridges Cinema on Vimeo.   How did…


We’re ending the week just the way we started…With A Fairy Tale Disney Wedding Being here all week has definitely made me miss some of the fun of my days as WDW Cast Member.  What better way to end the week of vacation posts then with the wedding of two cast members at vacation paradise–Aulani Resort in Hawaii. Direct from the Disney Ever After Blog:  Real Couple Spotlight: Adam & James Cast members Adam and…


It’s Throwback Thursday! We’re showing you one of our favorite weddings from 2013 which has a Mardi Gras and St. Patrick’s Day element to the celebration. David and Lindsay grew up together in Chicago.  David was the best friend of Lindsay’s older brother. They grew up just two blocks from one another in Chicago. After years of friendship David offered Lindsay a job at his company. Before long their friendship grew. “There is definitely no…


Aleah & Adam have a wonderful engagement story! Straight from Aleah’s own mouth, “Adam and I met our freshman year of college through my roommate and immediately hit it off. Our first date was a Red Sox game. It was a chilly night so Adam signed up for a credit card under a fake name so that he could get a free fleece blanket for me to keep warm. We ended up making things “official”…

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    • Birkat Kohanim is one of our favorite Jewish wedding traditions.
It signifies that today is a day of irrevocable change. The moment when the glass is broken the separate lives of each individual getting married end and their life as a married couple begins.  The act is a reminder that relationships are fragile and must be treated with great care, love and mutual respect.
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