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The list is finally here! Check out the top 100 influential wedding websites for 2015 #wedding  

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If you want to incorporate flowers in your bridal hair, check out these 20 beautiful floral inspirations #wedding  

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If you want a barn wedding, check out these top 10 venues #wedding  

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Social media has become too popular and needs to be addressed (whether you are for or against). Check out this great etiquette guide #wedding  

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If you're having a hard time cutting costs for your wedding, try these 3 tips:

1. Lower your guest count
"Your guest count is the largest contributor to your overall wedding cost. It’s a fact that the more guests you have, the more money you will need to spend on food, drinks, table rentals, chair rentals, linens, centerpieces, etc. If you are looking to cut the costs of your wedding, my number one solution is to keep it small and cut your guest count."

2. Adjust your expectations
"I know this one sounds harsh of me to say, but sometimes the fact is that your budget simply will not allow for certain details/services. If that is the case, it’s time to adjust the vision. If peonies and gold sequin linens are never going to fit in your budget, it’s time to move on and come up with a plan B."

3. Increase your budget
"If you cannot raise your overall budget, is increasing areas of your budget to accommodate certain things. For example, you might originally want to spend $2000 on a videographer but decide to raise that to $2800 in order to book your dream videographer. Remember that you can pull funds from one area to fulfill more expensive needs in another area (i.e. drop the ice sculpture and use the money to cover the difference of that videographer)."

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Even though we would love to, it's inevitable not everybody will be invited to the wedding. Try these helpful tips to get through the awkward situation:

The scenario: A friend you haven't kept in touch with.
"Stick with the simple truth: You're so happy they reached out to you, and excited to get back in touch. Fill them in on your life since you last spoke and ask them questions about theirs. If they ask you about the wedding, tell them about the budget and space constraints, but make it clear that you still want to hang out soon to celebrate and catch up even more."

The scenario: A boss or coworker.
"How in the world do you keep the peace at work and explain things to the people who aren't invited? Yep! It's time to give them the line about your budget. If it seems like a broken record, that's only on your end. No matter how many people ask you about being invited to your wedding, this answer always works simply because it is true."

The scenario: A relative you aren't close to.
"Don't talk about budget and space issues with your parents, they know that there are very real other reasons as to why you don't want to invite this particular relative and you just have to sort it out between the two of you. If there's ever a moment where this relative confronts you about not receiving an invite, that's the time to talk budget and space."
#Wedding  via +The Knot 

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These wedding photos are amazing! #wedding  
“We were supposed to get married on the sand - but the big swell washed it away that morning.”

#WeddingPhotography   #WeddingDress  

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#CatLady: How to Include Your Feline Friend in Your Big Day (Without Getting Weird Looks from Guests)

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