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The notion that “timing is everything” is applicable in many situations, perhaps none more so than on a couple’s wedding day. Many couples spend months, if not years, planning their weddings in the hopes that all that hard work will ultimately result in a day they will cherish forever.

Every wedding is different, even if many share some common components. As couples plan their weddings, learning about some popular wedding styles can help them create a ceremony that suits them.

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been far-reaching. People from all walks of life have had to confront the pandemic and the changes it wrought, and many of those changes could have some staying power.

Weddings join the lives of two loving individuals so they can share their future with one another. Various elements help make weddings both momentous and magical.

A wedding is a tough time to experience a bad hair day.

Grooms are often content to let their brides-to-be shine on their wedding day. But weddings are a showcase of the two people getting married … and grooms matter! Grooms can take steps to look handsome and polished, but may wonder what they can do to put their best feet forward when all eyes …

Wedding days can be hectic. In fact, many couples note after tying the knot that their wedding days were so busy that the ceremonies and receptions were over before they knew it.

Many couples preparing for their trip down the aisle follow the familiar sentiments expressed by Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz.” Such couples feel “there’s no place like home” when hosting a wedding ceremony or reception.

(METROCREATIVE) Couples spend thousands of dollars on their wedding ceremony and celebrations. The cost of a wedding varies depending on geographic location, but according to the business and financial resource Business Insider and The Knot 2017 Real Weddings Study, the average wedding in th…

Making a wedding guest list is seldom an easy task. Couples often find that many people are worthy of an invitation, which can make creating a guest list tricky for those with budgets in mind.

The question was popped; the engagement ring presented. What’s the next step on the road to the wedding? Saving should definitely be on couples’ minds.

Families come in all shapes and sizes. During special events — particularly those steeped in tradition, such as weddings — blended families may have to employ certain tactics to ensure the events go off without a hitch.

Recently engaged couples may be excited to get a jump on wedding planning. Bridal shows can be a great way for couples to meet and familiarize themselves with local wedding professionals, all the while introducing themselves to the terminology of wedding planning.

Months of planning is par for the course for couples about to tie the knot. Much of that planning concerns the reception, and rightfully so. Receptions last longer than ceremonies, and couples are often involved in every reception detail, from picking the appetizers to serve during cocktail …

LANCASTER — Nicole Troutman, daughter of Wayne A. Heddings, of Milton, and the late Virginia L. Trouman-Heddings, and Justin Ivans, son of John and Christine Ivans, of Lancaster County, were married Saturday, April 4, 2020, in Lancaster County by Pastor Jay Frey.

Few elements can make or break a couple’s wedding day more than entertainment. While factors like the weather are beyond couples’ control, ensuring guests have an opportunity to dance or sing along to some good music is something couples can emphasize as they plan their weddings.

Weddings have a tendency to be expensive endeavors. According to The Knot’s 2018 Real Weddings Study, the national average cost of a wedding is $33,931. Nearly half of that ($15,439) is spent on the reception venue alone.

Weddings dot the social calendars of millions of people across the globe. The Association for Wedding Professionals International says every year an average of 2.4 million weddings are performed in the United States and approximately 150,000 per year are performed in Canada. Evenings are the…

Valentine’s Day is a special day when thoughts turn to love and romance. Couples contemplating tying the knot may feel like Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to pop the question and begin their journeys toward marriage.

Move over bouquets and centerpieces. Flowers are taking over weddings in a big way. While wedding trends come and go, flowers will always have a place at the wedding table.

Weddings are very special occasions for two people who are in love. That’s why many couples want close family and friends nearby when they tie the knot. But even the happiest couples may express some nervousness about one particular part of traditional wedding ceremonies.

Brides and grooms may pour over every detail of their weddings, but few components of the festivities may be as fun, especially for foodies, as deciding what the wedding cake will look like. Couples who want to deliver show-stopping visuals often express some measure of their creativity and …

Taking a chance on love and marriage for the second (or third) time is certainly worthy of celebration. The Pew Research Center reports that at least four in 10 new marriages now include at least one partner who has been married before, a trend that is on the rise.

LEWISBURG — Amy Louise Mertz and Adrian Philip Kessel were united in marriage Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019, during a double ring ceremony performed by Pastor Don Snyder in the Governor’s Room at the Lewisburg Hotel.

MECHANICSBURG — Carla Dull, daughter of David and Linda Dull, of Quarryville, and Joshua Tyson, son of Wayne and Karen Tyson, of Mifflinburg, were married at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 3, 2017, at Harvest Bible Church, Lancaster.

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LEWISBURG — Brandyn Diane Vasey, daughter of Brian and Joanne Vasey, and Stephen Aguirre, son of Carlos and Cristina Aguirre, were married April 9, 2016, at Christ’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lewisburg.

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TURBOTVILLE — Anna Jane Cooper, daughter of Andrew and Pamela Cooper, of McEwensville, and Dallas Frederick Miller, son of Roger and Jane Miller, of Ontario, N.Y., were married at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 11, 2016, at The Historic Warrior Run Church by the Rev. Kenneth Weiss.

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LEWISBURG — Abigail Shield Glock, daughter of Steve and Ann Glock, and Glenn Stephen Beswick, son of Paul and Beth Beswick, were married at 5 p.m. July 25, 2015, in Rooke Chapel on the campus of Bucknell University, Lewisburg.

LIME RIDGE — Tanya Deihl, daughter of Dale Deihl and Carolyn Deihl, of Bloomsburg, and Mark Artman, son of David and Helen Artman, of Orangeville, were married at 3 p.m. May 16, 2015, by the Rev. Edward Cope at Lime Ridge United Methodist Church, Lime Ridge.

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MAUI, Hawaii — Mary Lou Neilson and Mac Keifer were recently married in Ironwood Beach, Maui, Hawaii.