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Throughout the wedding planning process, you will discuss and ultimately decide on many details with your partner, vendors, friends and family members.
Even with the popularity and ease of online shopping, local wedding registries are as convenient and more important to the area's economy.
Taos has no shortage of natural beauty, historic churches and unique venues in which to exchange vows and celebrate with family and friends.
A humanist wedding is a joining ceremony to legally bind two individuals in marriage without any religious or spiritual constraints, but has all the spiritual, emotional and legal weight of a more traditionally religious wedding.
Couples willing to say “I do” need not look any further — from secluded inns to high altitude havens, Northern New Mexico offers them a variety of venues to tie the knot and enjoy their marital bliss in idyllic settings.
The wedding cake — the often tiered bakery marvel lavished with frosting and sugary details that look more like art than food. The wedding cake is a staple of any ceremony, and its cutting is often a highlight moment.
You're best friends. You're in love. Now you're making the commitment to be there for each other for the rest of your lives.
The wedding vow vernacular — those ancient scripts or original words of promise — vary with religion and culture.
When planning a wedding, it's important not to let things slip your mind — particularly the legal aspects of a union. Thankfully, getting a marriage license is simple in New Mexico.