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chicagoreters
December 16th, 2009
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Manage My Life
Men don't have to wear a wedding ring so as to be officially married. Indeed, a lot of men don't wear wedding rings, especially older men who were married when the practice wasn't as widespread as it is today.

There's no escaping the fact that in our culture, a wedding ring is a symbol of eternal love and unity, and a bride-to-be understandably could feel that her ringless man wants to look wifeless. But don't go there! He might be unable to wear a ring in his line of work (say, a welder or a plumber), or he might simply dislike wearing jewelry.
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December 16th, 2009
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December 16th, 2009
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The double-band ceremony and the idea that the rings symbolize unity give some couples the idea that they have to have, or want to have, matching rings. There's not an etiquette rule on that, so it's a matter of preference. Many men and women choose completely different bands or bands that resemble each other's in metal or width or design. The bride might want a wedding band with diamonds, filigree or other stones that don't come in a men's ring design. Your marriage won't be invalid if you have platinum and your spouse has gold.
By Manage My Life
December 16th, 2009
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December 16th, 2009
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Part of the price you pay for a destination wedding is the reality that many people won't have the money or time to attend. When those people are your closest friends and relatives whom you plan to ask to stand up for you, that makes matters harder. If you insist on having your wedding elsewhere, be honest with the people you're asking to be in your bridal party, and don't be offended if they're unable to accept--going to the Caribbean isn't cheap. Look into airfare, car rental, hotels, inclusive packages and anything else you can estimate and furnish the information to your friends when you ask. If there is a cost you can defray, tell them that, too. Maybe you're able to pay for the hotel rooms or the bridesmaids' jewelry. But lay it out for them so they know what they're saying yes to.
By Manage My Life
December 16th, 2009
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December 16th, 2009
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If it's a person you know well, go ahead and invite them. In that case, it's the thought that counts.
By Manage My Life
December 16th, 2009
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December 16th, 2009
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The guest list gives rise to a lot of guilt, especially when you're grateful to someone like your boss who has been accommodating during a very special time. However, you aren't obligated to invite him. In fact, you're really not obligated to invite anyone, including the others in the workplace who have asked what kind of cake you're having or looked at honeymoon brochures. If your boss isn't a personal friend, he's unlikely to want to come. It would be somewhat awkward. And if you're not inviting your other colleagues, it'll be easy to tell people at the time you start your planning that you have a small guest list. If you're inviting a few of your closer coworkers, ask them to keep talk about the nuptials to a minimum (as you should be doing anyway).
By Manage My Life
December 16th, 2009
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December 16th, 2009
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No rule of etiquette says shared DNA mandates an invitation. Think hard about the scenarios. How you will feel if he's there? On the other hand, will you regret it later if you don't invite him? What if you do invite your father and he declines or doesn't show; will you be devastated to search the faces of the congregation and realize he's not there? You should also think about how your mother will feel sharing the parent label with him.

Discuss it with your spouse-to-be. He or she might be more objective. If you and your dad aren't on great terms, but you are on speaking terms, you might do well to inform him if you've decided not to include him. If you don't want to give up all hope of a future relationship, you want to avoid him finding out from his brother or nephews that they're going and he isn't.
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December 16th, 2009
MaryAnn Luna
March 8th, 2013
Kate Fitting
You should be able to add that item to your gift registry. Be sure that you have logged into shopyourway.com with the email and password that you used when you created your gift registry. Once you are logged in, type the item number into the search bar to go directly to the product page for this item. Once on the product page, you would click on the Add to Gift Registry button. For additional assistance, please contact GR_Feedback@searshc.com
By Kate Fitting
July 23rd, 2013
ANGELA YOUNG
April 4th, 2013
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You should be able to add that item to your gift registry. Be sure that you have logged into shopyourway.com with the email and password that you used when you created your gift registry. Once you are logged in, type the item number into the search bar to go directly to the product page for this item. Once on the product page, you would click on the Add to Gift Registry button. For additional assistance, please contact GR_Feedback@searshc.com
By Kate Fitting
July 23rd, 2013
Michael Moore
April 22nd, 2013
Kate Fitting
Just look for things you'll need that also fit your style. At home, you can sign in to your registry and add items online. In the stores, you can add items on any kiosk, or scan items with a store-supplied scanner or your own Apple, Android or other mobile web-enabled device. If you need specific suggestions, you can browse public registries to see what other people are getting. You can also check out a wedding starter registry or a baby starter registry for the basics that most people need. If you're shopping in store, ask a checkout associate in the Home Fashions/Kids department, and they can assist you with a scanner so you scan items in store. The associate can also explain how you can do this on your own Apple device or Android or other web-enabled mobile device.
By Kate Fitting
July 24th, 2013
Agnieszka Sypula
June 29th, 2013
Kate Fitting
When you are creating your gift registry, you have a choice that let's you let your guests know that you would like to receive gift cards as gifts. If you have any additional questions, contact GR_Feedback@searshc.com
By Kate Fitting
July 11th, 2013