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Simple wedding tips on a TV near you

Would you like some free tips on preparing for marriage? Would you like to see how one couple created a wedding that totally reflected their values and interests? Would you like to spend thirty minutes discovering how to simplify your wedding?

Marriage experts make our national television debut

Marriage experts on televisionIf you’re looking for free, inspirational, and practical ideas for your wedding, be sure to watch the Simple Weddings episode of Simple Living with Wanda Urbanska. It’s a PBS show televised in most markets nationwide. It is due to air sometime between January 15 and January 22. To find out when it airs in your town, click here.

Here are some of the wedding resources you’ll find on the show:

  • Be inspired by the wedding of Eddie McGee and Anna Nixon. This couple involved friends and family in creating their wedding ceremony. Their vehicles of choice after the reception were their bicycles.
  • Marriage experts, none other than yours truly, Shonnie Lavender and Bruce Mulkey, share insights on how to write your own wedding vows and plan for a successful marriage right from the start.
  • Get tips from wedding experts on creating a ceremony that is green, meaningful, and even low cost.

Please pass the word along to any friends who are engaged and looking for ideas on creating a meaningful, unique, and magical wedding. Feel free to stop by our blog after the show and let us know what you thought.


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