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Wedding Week
Attention brides-to-be: Everything you wanted to know about preparing for your special day is all right here. From insider tips on the latest in bridal fashion to weddings on a budget, this week is full of helpful bridal advice. So what are you waiting for? Join the discussion now.
Wedding Week
Getting married can be a stressful time, but worry no more. Linnyette Richardson-Hall, a professional wedding planner, answered questions on how to make your wedding day a huge success.
Video: Follow Richardson-Hall as she works her wedding magic for a happy couple.
Opting for something less traditional? A wedding ceremony in Las Vegas can turn into a real party.
Looking for the perfect place to go for a romantic honeymoon getaway? The Post Travel staff was online to discuss all of the new hot spots.
Before you take your relationship to the next level, make sure you both are ready. Post Personal Finance columnist Michelle Singletary shares how to secure financial stability for couples getting married.
Syndicated Chicago Tribune advice columnist Amy Dickinson was online to discuss what you should know before tying the knot.
Don't break the bank trying to plan the wedding of your dreams. Sharon Naylor, author of "1000 Best Wedding Bargains" was online to offer advice on how to do it big without going broke.
Author and wedding expert Edith Gilbert took questions on the do's and dont's of wedding etiquette.

JEsther Sheppard, manager of Hecht's and Strawbridge's wedding registry, gave tips and advice on creating your perfect wedding registry.
From trends straight off the runway to what's "hot" in jewelry, Monica Cotto, style editor for Elegant Bride magazine, was online to discuss the latest in bridal fashion.
Make your big day one to remember. Maria McBride-Mellinger, author and style editor for Brides magazine, fielded questions about personalizing your wedding.
It was pandemonium at last year's bridal sale at Filene's Basement in Mazza Gallerie. Hundreds of brides-to-be gathered for the annual bridal sale, where designer wedding gowns went for as little as $250. Watch the video.
Is a private ceremony on a secluded beach more your style? Nina Willdorf, senior editor at Budget Travel magazine, was online to talk about destination weddings.
Online registries have made it even easier to give the happy couple a gift they actually want.
Calling all brides: Don't miss out on the infamous bridal gown sale at Filene's Basement in Mazza Gallerie on Wed., August 3.

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