10 Common Wedding Reception Mistakes

Written by Matt Campbell

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Donít have one particular type of music. There are many different types of people inrepparttar world. And yes, they include your family and friends. For example,repparttar 105652 bride and groom may love country music. It doesnít mean you have to play country musicrepparttar 105653 whole night. There is a lot of celebration music besides what you like.

Startrepparttar 105654 food line or meal as soon as possible. Guests plan their meal timesrepparttar 105655 day of your wedding around your reception. Guest will not eat a big meal before your wedding because they know they will be eating at your reception. Donít starve them.

Know what it will cost you ifrepparttar 105656 reception goes into overtime. Askrepparttar 105657 reception facility exactly how long you haverepparttar 105658 hall to rent and what time you must be out. Please allow time for cleanup if you arerepparttar 105659 ones doing it. What isrepparttar 105660 overtime charge forrepparttar 105661 facility, music entertainment, photography, etc?

Greet and say hello to all your guests. Finally and most importantly, greet all your guests. Make an effort to have a conversation with each and every person. They are there to celebrate your marriage. Give themrepparttar 105662 common courtesy of thanking them for coming to your wedding.

Donít get drunk and obnoxious. Keep in mindrepparttar 105663 only time brides and grooms eat duringrepparttar 105664 wedding day rituals are atrepparttar 105665 wedding reception. Thereís not much food in your stomach and alcohol will affect you much faster. Try and eat throughoutrepparttar 105666 day and watch how much you drink. You want your guests to remember how beautifulrepparttar 105667 bride looked, not how you acted.

About The Author: Matt Campbell is the owner and webmaster for Weddingmuseum.com. Weddingmuseum.com is a place to plan, book and rate your wedding day. You can email him at matt@weddingmuseum.com or visit http://www.WeddingMuseum.com

Dating - The Safe & Fun Way

Written by Becky Mentyra

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4) Be careful aboutrepparttar place for your date. It should be convenient spot for both of you. It should not be very formal nor too informal. A cool location where you can talk, hear and understand each other.

5) Leave contact details of your date with a close friend. It should be done by bothrepparttar 105651 parties as it is to do with your safety and security. Disaster never comes in knocking, it simply barges in.

6) Remember to go dutch onrepparttar 105652 expenses ofrepparttar 105653 first date so that no one has to bearrepparttar 105654 financial obligation alone. You will have ample opportunity to show your chivalry if things work out favourably.

7) The word dating, years later, evokes nostalgia as each date brings you closer to someone with whom you would like to spendrepparttar 105655 rest of your life.

So stop pondering over these guidelines. Get going!

************************************************************ Becky Mentyra is the dating specialist & webmaster of UM Dating which is a resource for singles looking for their life partner. Visit her site for more dating tips, articles and advice: http://www.umdating.com ************************************************************

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