All About You

As the big day nears, you may find you have fewer and fewer hours to yourself. It's easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of planning a wedding. Read these tips for handling delicate etiquette situations, combining your own wishes with those of your family and friends, centering your emotions, and remembering to pamper yourself. If you're feeling stressed, take a deep breath and remember: It's all about you.

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