Posts Tagged ‘bridesmaids’

Little Women (1994)

The beloved Louisa May Alcott novel Little Women, the story of four young women coming of age during and immediately after the Civil War, has been adapted for the big screen many different times since the book was first published in 1868. While I’ve seen most of the American adaptations, my personal favorite is the 1994 iteration…

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“Niagara Part 2” – The Office (U.S.) – Season 6 Episode 5

The wedding of Jim and Pam was one of the most anticipated moments in television history. Having spent six seasons as soulmates on separate paths, the world’s most perfect couple finally tied the knot at a chapel in Niagara Falls. Normally I try to review weddings that could happen in and around Chicago, but I…

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What the movies just don’t tell you about wedding planning

When I was a little girl, I played “wedding” with my stuffed animals on a regular basis. I was never blessed with the opportunity to be a flower girl, so my impression of a wedding was based solely on what I had seen on television. The Disney Channel was always on in the background of…

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How to say “Yes!” to the dress(es)

My typical busy season for wedding photography runs from May to November. I typically find a part time job to keep myself entertained from December to April, and this year I took a position with a very well known bridal conglomerate. I can’t say exactly for whom I worked due to contractual obligations, but let’s just…

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Beautiful, simple, and no bridal party

I have photographed a lot of bridal parties, ranging from 2 to 20 additional people that must be clothed, beautified, and fed in preparation for a wedding. Large wedding parties can be fun, but the more people you add to the group, the higher the chance of drama and the higher the tab for rehearsal…

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What is the appropriate number of bridesmaids?

That’s a good question, and I honestly don’t want to touch it with a ten foot pole. But, since you asked, eight is enough. I know you love your sisters and all of your girlfriends, but who is going to sit in the chairs you’re renting if they’re all standing up there with you? The more…

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