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Savvy Articles by: Amanda

My next few posts will probably bounce back and forth between pre-wedding, wedding and post-wedding, since I totally dropped the blogging ball the last few weeks before my wedding…. Let’s talk wedding disasters. You know how in your wedding planning, when you’re stressing that something is going to go wrong, and eeeeeverybody insists that the […]

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No one ever told me what a pain in the you-know-what RSVPs would be. When it came time to put together invitations, I thought there were only two options for RSVPs. Either you required them, or you didn’t, and if you required them then you sent a card and people were supposed to return that […]

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I spent four months living in Ecuador, and if there’s one thing I learned, it’s how to barter, or regatear. No price is fixed in Latin America, and the same goes in most of the wedding world. Don’t just assume that you have to accept whatever price is quoted to you the first time. My […]

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I was horrified when I started to look at wedding invitations and what people spend on little pieces of paper. So when it came down to finding my own invitations, I was initially in full DIY mode. I had it all figured out- all I would need would be cardstock, some watercolor paints and a […]

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As I mentioned in my intro, I am getting married in January, all because of a song. The Avett Brothers are one of Dave and I’s favorite bands, and they came out with a song called “January Wedding” a couple years ago. Dave immediately fell in love with it, and it was clear that he […]

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Heyyyyy fellow brides-to-be. I’m Amanda, and I am planning a lovely, fairly low-key winter wedding for January 2012. I’m 23 and a reporter at the Glasgow Daily Times in the small town of Glasgow, Ky., and my fiancé is Dave, also 23, and a high school math teacher in the same town. We both love […]

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