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While recently having a beer with a group of friends and discussing the impending wedding of two members of the group, the topic of thank-you gifts arose. “I have the best idea!” cried Christian Bighi, the groom to be. “We could make bobble-heads for the guests!” At this the boys all cried out in apparent admiration of this ingenious idea.

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Bachelorette parties are known to be the celebration of a bride-to-be’s final hours of freedom before tying the knot and becoming respectable. They are usually typified by groups of scantily clad females indulging in male strippers, sharing intimate secrets and emitting high alcohol induced giggles and shrieks all in the name of the occasion.

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Back in the old days the wedding night symbolised the coming together of the virgin bride and groom to consummate their marriage. Nowadays this would more than likely be considered a phenomenon. Modern day bridal couples are usually well-acquainted physically, which does tend to take the anticipation out of the wedding night. However this is still the very first night spent together as husband and wife which in itself is a very exciting prospect, and there are ways to make it just as special.

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The first step usually taken in wedding planning is to select a date for the big event. Though the decision is often governed by factors such as venue availability, price and the weather there are those lucky couples out there that have the opportunity to pick their date purely by personal preference.

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“How do people afford to go on honeymoon!?” I’m sure in the world of wedding planning this is a fairly common gripe, but on this occasion it was coming from a close friend of mine currently undergoing the arduous task of planning her wedding.

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