Month: May 2012

Dotting the i’s and Crossing the t’s

New York City has become a popular “destination wedding spot” for couples from abroad.  Over the years, I have worked with brides and grooms from many countries including Canada, England, Scotland, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Austria, Germany, Sweden, Poland, Australia, New Zealand, Dubai, Mexico, and Brazil, among others.  I find that among these couples there is a good …

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Every Kiss Begins With “K”: Honoring Blended Families

Much of contemporary advertising, I believe, portray the kind of society and culture that we think—or more probably, hope exists.  Advertisements related to engagements and weddings typically feature young, shiny, perfectly airbrushed couples.  Not present are more accurate depictions of individuals and families.   Only rarely does the so-called wedding industrial complex grapple with the modern …

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