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Planning a second wedding? Here are some tips to help:
- Use a theme. These are great if you want to show off your fun personalities. So, if you're of the baby boomer era, you could have a flower child/Woodstock theme, and use table settings, floral designs, etc. from that generation.
- Write your own vows. If you had a traditional church wedding the first time around, consider writing your own special vows for this wedding. Also, if you have children, you can include them as well, giving them speaking roles or other tasks depending on their age and how involved they want to be.
- Head outdoors. Think about holding your ceremony and reception outside.
- Include significant symbols in your big day. If there are particular flower and/or herb scents you love, you can make unique memories for both you and your guests. Create an outdoor altar, have relatives or close friends come forward with a flower/herb, and explain the significance it has to you and your spouse-to-be. You could also take it a step further by planning a wedding garden for you two to enjoy for years to come.
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