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November 2015 - New Orleans Weddings - Reception, Venue & Planning

Wedding Registry Items for the Audiophiles

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Nov 302015
 
Audio Products Wedding Registry

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Everyone loves music and there's no better time to upgrade your sound system than when you're creating your wedding registry. Whether you're looking for a device to play music while entertaining, or quality headphones to listen to your "Honeymoon Tunes" soundtrack on that 19-hour flight to Thailand, we've selected the best new audio products to suit your every need.

SoundTouch 10
This new release from Bose has a sleek and compact design, but don't let that fool you — this speaker has great amplification for its size. The high-quality sound is clear and multidimensional, we were super impressed by the bass! Using Bluetooth or wifi enabled technology, you can access your favorite songs at the touch of a button on top of the speaker, by remote, or directly from your mobile device. Our favorite part about this speaker is that you can choose to add additional SoundTouch devices to your registry (or in years to come) and link them together for a cohesive sound system throughout your home. ($199.95, Bose)

urBeats
It's no secret that rose gold was a big wedding trend this year; if you're obsessed with the metallic hue just as much as we are, then these are the headphones for you. Made by Beats by Dr. Dre, these headphones have amazing sound quality without sacrificing style. Their affordable price makes them a great addition to your registry because you can pick a pair for you and your future hubby. Plus, there's plenty of color options. ($99.95, Beats by Dr. Dre)

See More: 10 Upgrades on the Classic Wedding Registry Items

Play: 5
This device just hit the market and it boasts some serious technology. Using your wifi, this device is controlled using an app on your mobile device, tablet or computer. The speaker features a brand new tuning software called Trueplay, which uses the microphone from your iPhone or iPad to analyze how sound reflects off of walls, furnishings and glass in your home. In less than 60 seconds, the speaker adjusts itself to the space in order to deliver the purest, most vibrant sound. The Play:5 can also be connected wirelessly to other Sonos devices throughout your home. ($499, Sonos)

Linea No10 Wireless Headphones
These headphones are the newest release from the hip company, Caeden. Their faceted metal design comes in 3 different color combinations. With wireless Bluetooth technology that isolates noise and builds a balanced sound profile, they sound just as good as they look. ($199.99, Caeden)

Gramophone Mini for IPhone
If you're looking to create a classic, vintage inspired look for your first home as husband and wife, you have to register for this super cool device! Simply set your iphone on the doc and the metal horn will amplify it's volume up to four times — no electricity needed. Additional models are compatible with iPads and Bluetooth technology. ($199, Restoration Hardware)

Wedding Registry Items for the Audiophiles

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Nov 302015
 
Audio Products Wedding Registry

Photo: Getty Images

Everyone loves music and there's no better time to upgrade your sound system than when you're creating your wedding registry. Whether you're looking for a device to play music while entertaining, or quality headphones to listen to your "Honeymoon Tunes" soundtrack on that 19-hour flight to Thailand, we've selected the best new audio products to suit your every need.

SoundTouch 10
This new release from Bose has a sleek and compact design, but don't let that fool you — this speaker has great amplification for its size. The high-quality sound is clear and multidimensional, we were super impressed by the bass! Using Bluetooth or wifi enabled technology, you can access your favorite songs at the touch of a button on top of the speaker, by remote, or directly from your mobile device. Our favorite part about this speaker is that you can choose to add additional SoundTouch devices to your registry (or in years to come) and link them together for a cohesive sound system throughout your home. ($199.95, Bose)

urBeats
It's no secret that rose gold was a big wedding trend this year; if you're obsessed with the metallic hue just as much as we are, then these are the headphones for you. Made by Beats by Dr. Dre, these headphones have amazing sound quality without sacrificing style. Their affordable price makes them a great addition to your registry because you can pick a pair for you and your future hubby. Plus, there's plenty of color options. ($99.95, Beats by Dr. Dre)

See More: 10 Upgrades on the Classic Wedding Registry Items

Play: 5
This device just hit the market and it boasts some serious technology. Using your wifi, this device is controlled using an app on your mobile device, tablet or computer. The speaker features a brand new tuning software called Trueplay, which uses the microphone from your iPhone or iPad to analyze how sound reflects off of walls, furnishings and glass in your home. In less than 60 seconds, the speaker adjusts itself to the space in order to deliver the purest, most vibrant sound. The Play:5 can also be connected wirelessly to other Sonos devices throughout your home. ($499, Sonos)

Linea No10 Wireless Headphones
These headphones are the newest release from the hip company, Caeden. Their faceted metal design comes in 3 different color combinations. With wireless Bluetooth technology that isolates noise and builds a balanced sound profile, they sound just as good as they look. ($199.99, Caeden)

Gramophone Mini for IPhone
If you're looking to create a classic, vintage inspired look for your first home as husband and wife, you have to register for this super cool device! Simply set your iphone on the doc and the metal horn will amplify it's volume up to four times — no electricity needed. Additional models are compatible with iPads and Bluetooth technology. ($199, Restoration Hardware)

3 Wedding Planning Moments You Should Celebrate

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Nov 302015
 
Wedding Planning Moments to Celebrate

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Wedding planning can feel like one long to-do list, you're just anxious to check off and get through. However, "it's important to not just go through the motions of wedding planning," says Jaclyn Fisher, owner of Two Little Birds Planning in Philadelphia. "While planning can get overwhelming or stressful at times, celebrating milestones is a great way to spend time with your partner, and not take your love or the planning process for granted."

So as you select your menu, stuff your welcome bags, and pay your final bills, be sure to also pause to celebrate these three planning moments.

1. Finding The One.
Finding the one wedding dress that makes you feel like a million dollars is cause for celebration. "It's often a moment that brides think about long before they're even engaged," says Fisher. "Putting on that gown is what actually makes a lot of brides feel like a bride." You can celebrate this special moment, Fisher suggest, by taking the women who helped you slip on-and-off a dozen dresses, out to brunch. "This allows time to bask in the excitement and thank those who helped get you there," she says.

See More: 5 Things to Celebrate Your First Year of Marriage

2. Booking your honeymoon.
Many couples are more excited to escape to the Italian Riviera or fly above an active Hawaiian volcano than they are to get down on their dance floor, and that is for good reason. "It's the first adventure you're taking as husband and wife," explains Fisher. Consider celebrating this planned milestone with a coordinating cocktail or snack, Fisher suggests. Think, saying cheers to your Mexican honeymoon over margaritas or nibbling on kalamata olives ahead of your Grecian getaway.

3. Selecting your first dance song.
Fact: "Your first dance song will forever be a special song," says Fisher. Every time you hear it after you take that first twirl you're sure to smile. Celebrate this musical accomplishment with "a spin around your kitchen," suggests Fisher. "There's nothing more romantic than dancing at home with your love." Plus, its just good practice for your big day.

3 Wedding Planning Moments You Should Celebrate

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Nov 302015
 
Wedding Planning Moments to Celebrate

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Wedding planning can feel like one long to-do list, you're just anxious to check off and get through. However, "it's important to not just go through the motions of wedding planning," says Jaclyn Fisher, owner of Two Little Birds Planning in Philadelphia. "While planning can get overwhelming or stressful at times, celebrating milestones is a great way to spend time with your partner, and not take your love or the planning process for granted."

So as you select your menu, stuff your welcome bags, and pay your final bills, be sure to also pause to celebrate these three planning moments.

1. Finding The One.
Finding the one wedding dress that makes you feel like a million dollars is cause for celebration. "It's often a moment that brides think about long before they're even engaged," says Fisher. "Putting on that gown is what actually makes a lot of brides feel like a bride." You can celebrate this special moment, Fisher suggest, by taking the women who helped you slip on-and-off a dozen dresses, out to brunch. "This allows time to bask in the excitement and thank those who helped get you there," she says.

See More: 5 Things to Celebrate Your First Year of Marriage

2. Booking your honeymoon.
Many couples are more excited to escape to the Italian Riviera or fly above an active Hawaiian volcano than they are to get down on their dance floor, and that is for good reason. "It's the first adventure you're taking as husband and wife," explains Fisher. Consider celebrating this planned milestone with a coordinating cocktail or snack, Fisher suggests. Think, saying cheers to your Mexican honeymoon over margaritas or nibbling on kalamata olives ahead of your Grecian getaway.

3. Selecting your first dance song.
Fact: "Your first dance song will forever be a special song," says Fisher. Every time you hear it after you take that first twirl you're sure to smile. Celebrate this musical accomplishment with "a spin around your kitchen," suggests Fisher. "There's nothing more romantic than dancing at home with your love." Plus, its just good practice for your big day.

Couple Recreates Wedding 70 Years Later

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Nov 302015
 
China Couple Recreates Wedding

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Caro Yuehua and Wang Deyi are living proof that love can last a lifetime. The adorable couple, who both turn 98 this year, re-enacted their wedding for their 70th anniversary in China, CNN reports.

Caro and Wang's love story is an epic one straight out of a movie. They met in 1943 at a ball in Kunming, Yunan Province. "My dad asked my mom for a dance and they fell in love with each other almost at first sight. That's it. That's how my father met my mother," the couple's youngest son, Cao Pangpei, told CNN.

"They have been together for so long, going through the war, the political turmoil and diseases, and can still stay with each other and love each other,"said the younger Cao. Indeed, the couple was separated by war, with Cao serving as an interpreter for U.S. Army General Joseph Stilwell in India during World War II.

When Cao returned from war in 1945, the couple met at the train station in Kunming, where he proposed on the spot with a ruby ring he bought in Myanmar.
Seriously, it's like a real life the Notebook.

This year, to celebrate their 70th anniversary, Cao and Wang's four children helped them recreate their 1945 wedding, down to the wedding dress, veil and long bouquet. And they look just as debonair and stylish as the original!

"They have been with each other for so long and the love never fades. Their relationship is so strong that even in the darkest time during the Cultural Revolution, when my dad was segregated for trial because of his service for the U.S. Army, they trusted each other and supported each other to get over the adversities," Cao said.

These two make growing old together through tough times look remarkable and easy. And they plan to tie the knot all over again for their 100th birthdays.

Couple Recreates Wedding 70 Years Later

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Nov 302015
 
China Couple Recreates Wedding

Photo: CNN

Caro Yuehua and Wang Deyi are living proof that love can last a lifetime. The adorable couple, who both turn 98 this year, re-enacted their wedding for their 70th anniversary in China, CNN reports.

Caro and Wang's love story is an epic one straight out of a movie. They met in 1943 at a ball in Kunming, Yunan Province. "My dad asked my mom for a dance and they fell in love with each other almost at first sight. That's it. That's how my father met my mother," the couple's youngest son, Cao Pangpei, told CNN.

"They have been together for so long, going through the war, the political turmoil and diseases, and can still stay with each other and love each other,"said the younger Cao. Indeed, the couple was separated by war, with Cao serving as an interpreter for U.S. Army General Joseph Stilwell in India during World War II.

When Cao returned from war in 1945, the couple met at the train station in Kunming, where he proposed on the spot with a ruby ring he bought in Myanmar.
Seriously, it's like a real life the Notebook.

This year, to celebrate their 70th anniversary, Cao and Wang's four children helped them recreate their 1945 wedding, down to the wedding dress, veil and long bouquet. And they look just as debonair and stylish as the original!

"They have been with each other for so long and the love never fades. Their relationship is so strong that even in the darkest time during the Cultural Revolution, when my dad was segregated for trial because of his service for the U.S. Army, they trusted each other and supported each other to get over the adversities," Cao said.

These two make growing old together through tough times look remarkable and easy. And they plan to tie the knot all over again for their 100th birthdays.

One Couple’s Spring-Inspired Wedding in Dallas, Texas

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Nov 302015
 
Formal Spring Wedding in Texas, Bride and Groom Portraits Outside Venue

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Brittany and Richard often ran into each other while studying at Texas A&M University — she was studying to be a physician's assistant while he was in medical school. After two years of taking the same classes (and even being paired up as lab partners!), Richard finally asked Brittany out for coffee. A year after that, on Mary 29, 2014, Richard asked Brittany to be his wife while visiting a local winery for their anniversary. "He made me the luckiest girl in the world when he asked me to marry him," the bride says.

Planning a wedding while still in graduate school meant the couple didn't always have time to devote their full attention to the details. "There were days I had to focus on school and trust other people to make decisions for me. Other times, school took a hit and I chose to focus on the aspects of our wedding that were really important to me," Brittany remembers. Those details, she says now, included creating a classic wedding filled with personal touches — think: a key lime pie groom's cake and using candles from their engagement evening as part of their centerpieces. Tucker Images was behind the camera capturing every elegant detail of Brittany and Richard's Dallas nuptials on March 14, 2015.

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Many brides slip on a dozen dresses before they find the one, but Brittany discovered her Elizabeth Layne lace overlay gown during her very first shop stop. "I loved the delicate straps and the sheer lace backing, and it made my mom and mother-in-law cry," she says. She paired the dress with her mother's wedding veil, a handmade belt, and ivory flats that made for easy walking.

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Brittany's seven bridesmaids wore strapless, full-length gowns made of chiffon and dyed in an ice-blue hue. "I chose this dress because it was flattering and the color was pretty on everyone," Brittany says. "Although I wanted our wedding to be mostly light and neutral hues, I wanted a pop of color and loved how it made them stand out."

The bride and her 'maids carried garden-style bouquets made with garden roses, ranunculus, peonies, spray roses, and dusty miller, with their stems wrapped in white ivory ribbon.

Brittany and Richard's flower girl, dressed in a tutu-like dress and wearing a floral crown, also served as the couple's ring bearer. "My husband is a big How I Met Your Mother fan," she says, and was obsessed with the idea of having the "ring bear" that was a running joke on the show for multiple episodes. "So just to make him laugh, I tied our rings to a teddy bear and sent it down the aisle with the flower girl. But with all the flower girl nerves, she fiddled with the teddy bear and the rings never made it down the aisle!" Luckily, the couple later found their gold and diamond bands and exchanged them after the ceremony.

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Brittany and Richard chose Perkins Chapel on their first visit, despite the rainy day. "We were stunned by how beautiful it was!" the bride says. On their wedding day, they decorated the white-and-cream-colored space with large floral centerpieces and hydrangeas tied to the ends of each pew. "We painted a wooden sign to display Song of Solomon 3:4 to pair with a floral arrangement and the guest book in the entry."

Brittany's father walked her down the aisle to the traditional Bridal Chorus. Then, she and Richard exchanged traditional wedding vows.

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Brittany and Richard both love outdoors, but they didn't want to risk rain ruining an open-air reception, so they chose a venue with indoor and outdoor appeal for their celebration. The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden offered the best of both words with a cocktail hour on the patio and an indoor seated dinner, so the couple and their 260 guests would be protected no matter the weather.

The bride and groom mixed high and low centerpieces with lanterns and candles — many of which came from the evening the pair got engaged — on taupe linens. "We incorporated the mason jar candles that my husband used as part of the proposal into our centerpieces at the reception," Brittany explains. In place of menus, the couple left cards at each place setting describing some of the more personal details of the reception: Their parents' wedding photos hung by their own engagement prints in an antique six-panel window, an old shutter the bride painted to display escort cards, and hand-painted signs bearing the couple's wedding hashtag.

Brittany and Richard's wedding cake featured natural white frosting with cascading flowers — a traditional design on the outside with classic vanilla layers beneath.

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The newlyweds enjoyed a private dance before they left their reception through a tunnel of bubbles. "By far, my favorite memory of our wedding day was our last dance," Brittany says. "While our guests picked up their bubbles and lined our exit path, we shared a slow dance together. It was incredible to soak in the everything that had just happened, take in memories of the room, and let it hit me that this good looking dancing partner was really my husband now. It was the perfect way to end our wedding and start our marriage, and is a memory I will never forget."

Ceremony Venue: Perkins Chapel || Reception Venue: Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden || Wedding Planner: Significant Events of Texas || Bride's Wedding Dress: Bridal Boutique of Lewisville || Shoes: Betsey Johnson || Hair & Makeup: Brittany Jones Weddings || Bridesmaids Dresses: Bill Levkoff || Groom & Groomsmen Attire: J.C. Penney || Flower Girl Attire: Vivi Lovely Tutu Dress || Wedding Bands: Fifth C Fine Jewelry || Florist: Lush Couture Floral || Music: Le Force Entertainment || Catering & Favors: Gil's Elegant Catering || Cake: Delicious Cakes || Transportation: Echo Transportation || Accommodations: Doubletree Hilton Campbell Center || Videographer: J and J Studios || Photography: Tucker Images

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Should You Use a Microphone For Your Ceremony?

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Nov 302015
 
Should You Use a Microphone for Your Wedding Ceremony

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In truth, almost nothing worse can happen at your wedding ceremony than your guests not being able to hear you as you exchange your vows. "Your marriage is the sole reason for their presence," explains Chandra Keel, owner of Chandra Keel Events in Phoenix, "and if they can't hear the ceremony it's a big disappointment."

But even so, you may still be doubting the necessity of a microphone. After all, the equipment used to project your voice to the last pew or garden chair "can be counter-productive to the overall look and feel of a ceremony," admits Keel. For example, "if your ceremony is being held in an open field or in the middle of the forest where you want to keep the space feeling as natural as possible, a microphone and the cords that accompany it can be a real eyesore. It's possible, too, that there are little or no power sources and adding a microphone can turn out to be a complicated and costly addition."

See More: 5 Things You Might Not Realize Are Ruining Your Wedding Photos

So how do you decide between function and form? Keel suggests starting by asking yourself a few questions: Do you have a power source for the sound system? Does your officiant require that you provide a microphone? What are the acoustics like in the area where your ceremony will be held? Is it a large open space? If you answer yes to any of these questions, a microphone will likely be a necessity, no matter if it's also an eyesore.

Even if you don't find it absolutely necessary, consider this, Keel cautions: "Having a microphone is one of those things that I put into the 'better safe than sorry' category," she says. "It's a rarity when a microphone is not needed. If its necessity is in question, it's better to be on the safe side and add it because it's very inexpensive and can make a huge difference for your guests."

Photographic Proof that Princess Charlotte Is Getting Cuter Every Day

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Nov 302015
 
New Photos of Princess Charlotte by Kate Middleton

Photo: Kensington Palace via Instagram

Royal and adorable? It just isn't fair... Over the holiday weekend, Princess Kate released some brand new images of her precious six-month-year-old, Princess Charlotte, and they're ridiculously cute — even by princess standards!

Just like any doting mom (rightfully!) obsessed over her beautiful baby, the Duchess of Cambridge snapped the pics herself at Anmer Hall, the Royal Family's home in Norfolk, England, InStyle reports. The sweet snaps were later posted to the Kensington Palace Instagram page, with a just as cute caption: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to be able to share two new photographs of Princess Charlotte," the Royal Family writes. "The Duke and Duchess continue to receive warm messages about Princess Charlotte from all around the world and they hope that everyone enjoys these lovely photos as much as they do." So, Middleton's toting the Duchess title and some major photography skills? Again we say, not fair!

See More: See Photos of Prince George Cuddling New Sister Princess Charlotte

The pint-sized Princess looks cute as a button in the new photos, smiling adorably and flashing her big baby blue eyes at the camera. Perfectly perched on a checkered armchair, Charlotte cuddles a darling stuffed dog — a "Fuddlewuddle" to be exact, according to Today, which goes for $27 on the British website Jellycat. (And will probably already be sold out by the time you read this!)

And of course she's rocking a pastel pink cardigan and frilly floral dress because Her Royal Highness is already a little fashionista, just like her mom. Guess the (royal) apple doesn't fall far from the tree!

Your Weekly Wedding Horoscope: November 30, 2015

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Nov 302015
 
Wedding Horoscope

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Emotions are running high this week, brides. With loving Venus leaving its natural sign harmonious Libra for secretive Scorpio, you can bet there will be fireworks in the air, for better or worse, says astrologer and psychic medium Suzie Kerr Wright. To get the full scoop, peep her planning horoscopes below.

Aries (March 21 - April 19)
Lucky you! The Venus sign change this week works in your favor, as it moves into Scorpio and into your eighth house of shared resources. This could bring about a hefty bonus just in time for the holidays so you can buy your sweetie the ultimate Christmas wedding gift.

Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
Be cautious of making accusations until you've looked at the whole picture. Your fiancé may be a bit stressed out and not really intending to be inconsiderate or evasive. Set aside time to relax together. Wedding planning can always wait a couple more days when you're more likely to be in the compromising spirit.

Gemini (May 21 - June 20)
A heart-to-heart with one or all of your bridesmaids is a must this week. Make a date to clear the air about any recent misunderstandings. Then head out for a crazy night on the town to blow off some steam and practice your dance moves in preparation for your reception.

Cancer (June 21 - July 22)
Take a page out of Gemini's book, and try to nip any wedding-related drama (most likely with family) in the bud. Instead of going in so defensive, keep an open mind and come up with some creative solutions to get everyone on the same page. Make it fun!

Leo (July 23 - August 22)
Responsibilities at home may prevent you from starting a new project at work. Handle the family matters first; then tackle that big job. It will all get done in the end. Keep an eye out for stellar honeymoon and décor deals for your big day too. Cyber Monday, anyone? Be patient, and you'll score big.

See More: What the Length of Your Engagement Says About You and Your Relationship

Virgo (August 23 - September 22)
You're a social butterfly this week, whether you're the stealing the spotlight at your bachelorette or working the room like a pro at other social events. You're likely to run into some influential people and perhaps even snag some great vendors referrals. Do schedule interviews, but wait until next week to sign on the dotted line. Be careful of overspending as well.

Libra (September 23 - October 22)
Set a budget and stick to it as you venture out to the stores for wedding party and Christmas gifts. Do your best to get into the holiday spirit. Tension may be brewing with the family so the more you temporarily avoid contact, the better. Your emotions will be running a bit high so count to ten before engaging in any petty arguments.

Scorpio (October 23 - November 21)
Venus in your sign means you're on fire! Your confidence and sex appeal are high, and intimate time with your fiancé is definitely a priority. Mid-week could bring a correspondence that pushes some of your buttons, but don't let it ruin your mood or interfere with romance. Confront the individual with tact and charm, and you'll find it was not intended to be hurtful.

Sagittarius (November 22 - December 21)
You're like a kid in a candy store. Everything looks fun and exciting, and you'll want it all for your wedding. Just remember to keep your spending in check, and stay on budget. Being practical isn't always your strong suit. Enlist the help of your maid of honor or a couple creative friends and brainstorm some fabulous alternatives.

Capricorn (December 22 - January 19)
Friendships come first this week. You'll find you may have to put some of your planning on hold as you're called to help a friend or two sort out a personal problem. At work, your integrity is called into question, but you quickly and firmly stand your ground to diffuse the situation. Don't let it rattle you. Make time for you and your fiancé to relax and hang out at home or go on a tranquil getaway.

See More: 7 Questions Everyone Will Ask You After the Wedding

Aquarius (January 20 - February 18)
You're a psychological detective this week as you seek to discover the motivation behind someone's behavior that has you baffled. They do have an ulterior motive, but when it comes to your big day, you have the final say. See if you can gently get them to admit what they're really hinting at and talk it through. Weddings can sometimes bring out the best and the worst in people. Family is forever so it's important to hear them out.

Pisces (February 19 - March 20)
Travel, education and the big picture are the themes for you this week as Venus enters your ninth house. You'll be ready to go anywhere right now! If you're leaving for a destination wedding or your honeymoon, stay organized with a good list, as you'll be feeling a bit overwhelmed. This is a challenge you can rise to by simply slowing down and taking a minute to gather your thoughts.

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