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A Multicultural Wedding

Posted on Feb 08, 2012 - 12:00 PM | Wedding Planning | Comments (0)

Our guest writer talks about planning a multicultural wedding and the challenges she faced. She asked that she remain anonymous but hopes her words can encourage other multicultural couples to seek compromise.   As a public relations major, I was encouraged to take as many writing classes as I possibly could. In order to meet one of my writing requirements, my best friend advised me to take Writing for Engineers.   “It’s an easy A,” she said. That was all I needed to make my decision to take the class.   As the only girl and non-engineer in ... More
 

Digitally Organized

Posted on Feb 01, 2012 - 10:00 AM | Wedding Planning | Comments (2)

by Katherine Schober Some women are born dreaming of their wedding. They know from a very young age that they want to be a wife, have a husband, and the big party that goes with it. For others, it takes the right person for the rest of the big picture to come together.   My sister is the perfect example of a dreamer. She would tear out pictures from magazines and hide them under her bed. These pictures ranged from outfits she hoped to one day to wear, furniture she’d one day organize, and homes everywhere from the countryside to the beach she hoped to own. These ... More
 

Fun and Games

Posted on Jan 24, 2012 - 10:00 AM | Wedding Planning | Comments (1)

By Katherine Schober   When a couple decides to get married, visions of color schemes, guest lists, and wedding plans dance around in their heads. When their friends hear the news, their minds race with thoughts of celebration and a popular tradition known as the bachelor/bachelorette party.   For those in charge of organizing these rambunctious festivities, the desire to make the evening or weekend a success is strong. All too often, these parties are thrown by people with their own agendas for how the event should happen, but do their agendas match that of the guest o... More
 

Looking Fine While Saving Dimes

Posted on Jan 17, 2012 - 01:00 PM | Wedding Planning | Comments (1)

By Katherine Schober   Here comes the bride, all dressed in white …   I’ve watched enough episodes of TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress to know that each bride has different expectations for her gown. Some women want a more simplistic look and some want a gown that makes a statement with beading, ruffles, or a trendy cut. Some women live by the motto, “The poofier the better,” while others crave a sexy silhouette, sheer fabric, or daring neckline.   Each bride is unique not only in taste, but also in budget. Many brides want to stand out on ... More
 

Jumping Ships

Posted on Jan 11, 2012 - 10:00 AM | Dating And Falling In Love | Comments (0)

By Katherine Schober   Can men and women be just friends? I constantly hear contrasting arguments for both sides, so it seems that the verdict on this is still out for most of you. Once you label someone a friend, that’s where they stay … for the most part.   There are exceptions to any rule. It’s probably happened to all of us at some point. One day, you’re sitting with a group of your friends and everything is fine. The next day, you can’t stop thinking about one of them in a way you’ve never thought of them before. You’ve se... More
 

Bust Your Bridal Booty

Posted on Jan 02, 2012 - 10:00 AM | Wedding Planning | Comments (1)

By Katherine Schober   Three…two…one…HAPPY NEW YEAR!   It’s that time of year again, a time for new resolutions. Every year, men and women across the world pledge to get fit and eat healthier. Some resolutions are kept in tact, but for most of us, these claims to live a better life last through January … February if we’re lucky. In order for someone to succeed in this type of resolution, they need three essential pieces: a fat burning workout plan, easy-to-follow/not-drastic healthier food options, and lastly, motivation. The moti... More
 



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