“The wedding ceremony is unquestionably one of the most spiritually moving and profound of life’s rituals.” So reads a page in the social manual of Amy Vanderbilt, the American etiquette-goddess of the 20th century. And because we hold weddings to such an epic standard, they also have every chance of failing miserably in their quest reach it.
The lessons learned from the wedding season
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