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Unique themed wedding Vows
Marty Blase, the author of these vows, writes: "My fiancee and I agreed a long time ago that we wanted to write our own wedding vows, and as a spur-of-the-moment idea, I suggested the following. To my disappointment, she didn't quite go for it..."

Pastor:
Will you answer me right now
These questions, as your wedding vow?
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Top Destination Wedding Locations for US Couples
Now we all want to make the best out of our big day. In the case of a destination wedding, what really counts is the place where you hold the wedding. The more exotic or meaningful the location …. the more special your wedding day. So, choosing the location is very important because it determines the style and tone of your special day. There are countless interesting wedding destination locals all over the world. Wedding planners can arrange special unique venue other than the normal resorts and hotels. The hotels and resorts often offer special discount to wedding parties who wish to hold a destination wedding at their property..

 

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Glasgow's Tall Ship, an Amazing Venue
The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour - an unusual Reception or Wedding Venue!

 

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The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour - the perfect setting for the romantic wedding you have always dreamed of!

The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour is Glasgow's most unusual venue for Wedding reception. She was built at the turn of the century on the River Clyde when Glasgow was the Second City of the British Empire and is now the only Clydebuilt sailing ship still afloat in the UK now fully restored.

There could be no lovelier setting to exchange vows, than on the Main Deck of The Tall Ship. After your religious or civil ceremony you may entertain your guests with a champagne reception within the Tween Deck Aft, or during the summer months guests can enjoy the warm sunshine on the Main Deck before going below deck for the Reception. 

The Tall Ship offers you the unique combination of a 19th century sailing cargo ship with modern facilities for conferences and banqueting with an authentic atmosphere of life at sea. Enjoy the riverside setting ( floodlit in the evening ), before going below decks to dine and enjoy.

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Planning a Destination Wedding
Unlike a traditional wedding planning, a destination wedding requires a different approach. This is primarily because the wedding will be held at a far-off location, so you have to be prepared for the conditions that apply in your chosen wedding destination and therefore plan accordingly, for not just yourself and your spouse, but also your wedding party and guests. How do you start planning for a destination wedding?  Let’s take a look at the different steps involved in planning a destination wedding:

 

Step 1: Choose the Location.  What kind of a place do you want to hold the wedding? Do you want it to be close to your hometown or in a far-off location? Would you prefer a sunny weather or do you not mind a cold-weather place. Would you like it to be held close to the beach? Other aspects of wedding planning are based on your location, so choose well.

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Packing for a Beach Wedding

One of the most exquisite venues for a wedding is the Beachside. Nothing is quite like the beach environment, with the soft noise of the tides in the background which is a perfect compliment to the union of two souls through marriage. An event like this, require careful planning and to pull it off right……..

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Not many celebrities can have the kind of elaborate wedding preparations that Ryan and Trista had for their wedding, which is being described as the wedding of the century. It is believed that the theme wedding cost a whopping 4 million dollars.

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Posted on Fri 19 Dec 2008 01:08:00 CST