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Out goes the old and in comes the new! Each year that passes by, weddings are getting more creative and more design-focused than ever before, and with that, we are majorly excited for all of the wedding
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Weddings are all about showing off your personal style these days and a great place to let your creativity run wild is with your wedding dessert—especially because there are so many opportunities to break
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We all remember the kid in third or fourth grade who broadcast his or her insecurity by saying things like “I’m a better basketball player than you are — you stink!” or “My family is richer than yours
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