Why was rice thrown at a wedding? - Rice use to be thrown at a wedding after the man and the woman got married. But, why rice? Wait! Isn't rice bad for birds? #Rice
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Why was rice thrown at a wedding?

Why was rice thrown at a wedding? – Rice use to be thrown at a wedding after the man and the woman got married. But, why rice? Wait! Isn’t rice bad for birds? #Rice

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7 ways to recycle a wedding gown

7 ways to recycle a wedding gown – When planning their weddings, many brides-to-be devote a large portion of their wedding budgets to their wardrobes. Statistics released by The Knot in 2014 indicated the amount the average woman was willing to spend her gown was $1,281.

Tungsten What Exactly is it?
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Tungsten What Exactly is it?

Tungsten What Exactly is it? This metal seems to be gaining popularity in jewelry such as wedding rings. So what exactly is it? Find out more in this blog post! #Tungsten

In-Loves Not In-Laws
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In-Loves Not In-Laws

In-Loves Not In-Laws … When you get married you get in-laws, your spouses family. But in stead of saying in-laws how about in-loves instead. #InLaws #InLoves

Tying the Knot & 3 Corded Rope
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Tying the Knot & 3 Corded Rope

Tying the Knot – The phrase “tying the knot” is synonymous with getting married. Although the words can represent the symbolic joining of two lives together, in some cultures, getting married actually requires tying a knot. I talk about typing the knot and the three cored rope.