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From budgeting to etiquette, advice for the summer wedding season

Planning a wedding can induce both joy and anxiety, but the Globe is here to help.

Here’s a selection of hand-picked stories by Assistant Life Editor Denise Balkissoon on the essential info you need for the big day: from the nitty gritty of budgeting, to navigating the pitfalls of etiquette, to the fun of planning a ceremony that reflects who you really are.



Want to get married for $427? Don’t say the W-word and other tips
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How to get married without hitching yourself to huge debt
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Ceremony and reception

The ten commandments of good wedding photography"
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It all comes down to this moment once you say 'I do': The dos and don'ts of the wedding kiss
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How Canada’s wedding industry has shifted to welcome same-sex couples
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How much wine should I buy for a wedding?
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With this brew, I thee wed: Beer is making a splash at weddings
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Your how-to guide for surviving wedding season
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Nine top wedding etiquette tips from the pros (No. 1: Don’t be late!)


Three classic wedding looks updated for today's bride
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Toronto’s men in suits are finally free to show some flair
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