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Beautiful Wedding Gift Idea for the Groom or Bride

It’s a tradition that the bride and groom present a wedding gift to one another, but it can be difficult to find the perfect thing that expresses your love. This is a gift to consider when your wedding is still a long way down the road, because it will take time to create.

What You Need

You’ll want to purchase a blank book; preferably one that you can write on to create a front cover. Using Sharpies, ink or paint, label the book “Reasons I Want to Marry You.”

Spouses Wedding Gift

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Creating the Gift

Each time something touches you or really reminds you why you want to marry your future spouse, write it down in the book. You can glue in mementos as well. For instance, if your future husband gave you the last of the popcorn at the movies even though it’s his favorite snack, paste in the movie ticket and write “Because you gave me the last of the popcorn.”

It can be something simple like the idea above or it can be a much more dramatic gesture that you choose to write in the book. In any case, the goal is to fill the book with all the reasons you want to marry him or her. Once the book is full, you can save it until it’s time to give it to your bride or groom.

On your wedding day or during your honeymoon, give your spouse the book that you’ve been working on all this time. They’re guaranteed to be touched and can often refer back to it whenever they need to feel a little extra “loved.”

This is a great gift and is very touching because it’s made from the heart rather than purchased.

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Gluten Free Wedding Favors

If you regularly eat a gluten-free diet (or some of your guests have gone gluten-free), you might think it will be difficult to find delicious treats to tuck inside your wedding favor bags or boxes. Not, so, soon-to-be bride! There are some absolutely delicious gluten-free wedding favors that your guests will love.

Delicious Gluten-Free Brownies 

For this fun recipe, you’ll need 1 and 1/2 cups of sugar, half a cup of butter, 1/2 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon of gluten-free vanilla extract, 3/4 cup of baking cocoa, 3 large eggs, 3/4 cup of gluten-free flour or rice flour and 1 teaspoon baking powder. Preheat your oven to 350-degrees and spray an 8″ square pan. In a small saucepan, add the sugar, butter and salt and heat over medium heat. When this is melted and blended, place it into a mixing bowl and add in the cocoa and eggs. Finally, blend in the flour as well as the baking powder. Pour the batter into your pan and cook at 350 for about 35 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.

Gluten Free Brownies

Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Fudge

This is another delicious recipe that works well for favor bags and boxes. You’ll need 18 ounces of peanut butter chips, 1 can (14oz) of sweetened, condensed milk, 2 tsp vanilla extract and a pinch of salt. Melt the peanut butter chips in a saucepan over medium heat and add the condensed milk. Bring to a boil and then remove from heat. Mix in the vanilla and salt and then pour on a lined (wax paper) 10-inch square pan. Place the fudge in the refrigerator for 2 hours and cut into squares.

Gluten Free Peanut Butter Fudge

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Gluten-Free Chocolate Cookies 

These are delicious and so easy to make. You’ll need 2 and 1/4 cups of powdered sugar, 1/4 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon espresso powder, 1 cup cocoa powder, 3 large egg whites and 2 teaspoons gluten-free vanilla extract. Simply blend all of the ingredients together and then drop tablespoon-size sections of batter onto a lined cookie sheet. The batter will be thin for cookie batter, but it will come out great! Bake at 350-degrees for about 8 minutes. The cookies will have a shiny, crackly look to them. They’re beautiful and delicious!

Gluten-Free Chocolate Cookies

These are just a few of the delicious gluten-free recipes you can create for your wedding favor bags and boxes. Look up more or use your creativity to create your own custom recipe.

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How Crowdsourcing Could Change the Way Weddings are Paid For

Crowdsourcing is defined as acquiring resources, content, or services from the collective contribution of a large group of people, generally on the Internet. Today, crowdsourcing is often used to fund startups and artistic ventures like books and movies. However, some creative brides and grooms-to-be are beginning to use crowdsourcing for a very unique purpose: to pay for their wedding.

One of the most positive aspects of crowdsourcing for your wedding is that you can share your special day with many more people than you could if you were only paying for your wedding through traditional methods. You can also offer rewards to those that donate a set amount of money to your wedding fund. The Huffington Post ran a story recently about Miguel Munoz and Cesar Hernandez-Topete, two men in California that used the website GoFundMe.com to start a campaign to raise money for their wedding.

Munoz and Hernandez-Topete’s goal is $2,500, and the couple is offering cake pop rewards for those that donate $25 or more. It should be, of course, a priority to keep crowdfunded money within the parameters of actual wedding expenses. It would be in bad taste, if say, Miguel and Cesar used their funds to pick out matching mens tungsten wedding bands. Or if they perhaps decided to get a bit more fancy and go for something like this. Dom Hodgson, an entrepreneur from the United Kingdom, plans on turning his unique surprise wedding into a surprise documentary in return for the support of donors. People that donate to Hodgson’s wedding fund will also get access to a members-only area of his crowdfunding site, Don’t Tweet The Bride.

MATTINO Brushed Tungsten Wedding Band

NITRITE Faceted Polished Tungsten Wedding Band

While money may seem like the most important element of paying for a wedding, those that are getting married are not limited to only receiving financial contributions from crowdsourcing.

WAVE Design Tungsten Wedding Ring AQUARIUS Diamond and Tungsten Wedding Band

You can crowdsource your wedding’s photography needs by using online photography applications such as Instagram and Flickr. With a certain tag or access to a particular album, guests can upload their own pictures from your wedding and see pictures that others have taken. You could use niche crowdsourcing sites that sell design services to reduce the cost of your decorations and invitations. Others have chosen to take advantage of the ease of music sharing today to use crowdsourcing to pick a playlist for their wedding reception. While these crowdsourcing ideas may not be contributing actual funds to offset the cost of a wedding, they still add value and can reduce the amount of money that the bride and groom need to spend on hiring professional services for their wedding.

Another way that some married couples are using crowdsourcing is to combine their ceremonies into one event to save money on the costs of a venue, food, and entertainment. This type of crowdsourcing allows the married couple to exponentially increase the amount of funding that they have for their wedding, because they can tap into a network of friends and family members much larger than their own circle. A bigger crowdsourcing wedding activity like this also helps more people who are connected to the people getting married participate in such a joyous occasion.

Marriage is a very old tradition that has seen tremendous change throughout the years. Advancing technology means that those getting married today have a much larger amount of resources available at their disposal to help fund their big day. While it is a relatively uncommon application of the technique, crowdsourcing a wedding is still viable for those that want to cut down on the expense of paying for their matrimony.

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Pawn Star Ties the Knot

Rick Harrison, the star of Pawn Stars, married his girlfriend Deanna Burdett, Sunday night in Laguna Beach California. The couple said their vows at the Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel, with their closest family and friends standing by for the occasion.

The Real Life Brady Bunch?

This will be the third marriage for both Harrison and Burdett (third time’s a charm?) and interestingly enough, both have three children. Harrison has three sons (they all three served as co-best men), and Burdett has three daughters – so it’s like a real life Brady Bunch! Chumlee, longtime friend of the Harrisons and Pawn Stars’ funny guy, was the ring bearer – complete with handsome white gloves and bowtie.

Pawn Star Wedding

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Wedding Details

The wedding was performed by Rick’s friend and car-restorer buddy Danny Koker, who donned a charming tuxedo with no sleeves. Burditt’s beautiful Inbal Dror gown was flown in from London, and she looked absolutely stunning in the low-back number. The dress featured daring cut-outs and a thigh-high slit. All in all, there were 180 guests present at the sunset ceremony and the happy couple couldn’t have looked more radiant.

Pawn Star Wedding

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A Wedding to Watch For

If you’re hungry for more celebrity wedding news, you’ll be glad to know that metal princess Kelly Osbourne just confirmed that she’s engaged to boyfriend Matthew Mosshart. She showed off her beautiful, custom-designed Tiffany ring, so we’ll be hearing wedding bells in the future for these two!

Kelly Osborne and Matthew Mosshart

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Thank You Note Cheat: Is This Genius or Tacky?

We all know the etiquette surrounding thank you notes for wedding attendants: hand-write it, get it out as soon as possible, and make sure each note is personalized. However, there’s a new thank you note “cheat” going around. We’ll leave it up to you to decide whether this is genius or tacky!

Wedding Guests Thank You Notes

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How It’s Done:

Near your guest book, simply place a stack of envelopes. Leave a sign or note asking each guest to write their name and address on the envelope. It’s that simple – when you’re ready to mail out the thank-you cards, you will have them already addressed! You simply place your cards inside the envelope, write your return address and you’re ready to mail out the card.

The Problem

The problem many people have with this is that the guests are doing half the work for their own thank you cards. Brides from days gone by might even have a nervous breakdown at the thought of having guests write their own addresses and names.

So – is it okay or not to have your guests write their names and addresses on the envelopes? What do you think? We suggest you make the best decision for you. If you feel as though your guests would be offended, then maybe you should keep this wedding “hack” out of the ceremony. However, if your guests are laid-back and you don’t think they’d have a problem – by all means, go with it!

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