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Corporate Events Most Embarrassing Moments

We all know that corporate events are interesting, difficult to organize and, usually funny. In fact, what is a corporate event without any fails, right? We have picked out the very best and put together a little compilation below. Please do not forget to leave a...

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The Ugliest Wedding Dresses Ever

The Ugliest Wedding Dresses or the Rudest Video? It is terrible when you are forced to wear an ugly bridesmaid dress; but if you are the bride and you yourself choose a questionable dress for your own big day, it's even worst. This video shows a list of 10 dresses...

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Tips for a Memorable Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a big party, at least if you do it right. It is a great opportunity to catch up with loved ones and friends. So take in account these tips on how to rock your party like a pro. Plan your Party: Thanksgiving is almost here and you need to create your...

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10 Hidden Wedding Costs to Watch Out For

Courtesy of TheKnot.com   1. Wedding Band Equipment Why it's hidden: The cost of the wedding band includes fees for the musicians' time and the minimum amount of equipment needed. If your reception space is extra-large, additional speakers and microphones could...

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Is Halloween a Devil’s Party?

Halloween: a Harvest Party According to several authors, All Hallows' Eve is a Christianized feast initially influenced by Celtic harvest festivals, with possible pagans roots. About 2,000 years ago in what is now Ireland, the United Kingdom, and northern France,...

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Top Wedding-Planning Tips

Top 25 Wedding-Planning Tips from Newlyweds If you want to learn about the wedding process, you have to listen to newlyweds. BridalGuide.com, one of the leading websites in the wedding business has made a very useful compilation of wedding-planning tips coming from...

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The Tiara Tale – a Poem for Quinceanera

The Tiara Tale (Courtesy of www.quinceanosjewelry.com) As legend would have it One thousand years ago There was an 16 year old princess Dressed in a shimmering golden robe.   Looking over the palm tree’d cities From her flowered balcony Her father King held in his...

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Evolution of the Holidays

By Stephen Nissenbaum in The Washington Post,  December 23, 2012 For most Americans, Christmas is the most important holiday of the year. Yet that is largely an accident, stemming from a series of improbable changes spanning two millennia. A similar set of changes has...

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