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5 Tips for Picking the Best DJ at Your Wedding 5 Tips for Choosing a DJ at Your Wedding All across the globe there are several great DJ's in all sorts of price ranges. As a wedding blogger I get to meet and interact with several of them. From what I see brides often think that most DJ's are simply dudes with an iPhone that's connected to a set of speakers but being a wedding DJ is not everyone's cup of tea. It takes a number of personal qualities and character traits that many people just…

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34 Things we wish all brides knew but didn't have the guts to tell you until today [written by wedding professionals]

34 things we wish all brides knew, but we didn't have the guts to tell you until today (written by wedding professionals)

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Jennifer Lopez's hottest moments

She may be a mother of twins, but Jennifer Lopez is hotter than ever. Check out J. Lo's sexiest (and most controversial) looks through the years.

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Alternatives to Tried-and-True Wedding Traditions

Do an anniversary first dance - all married couples report to the dance floor, the DJ calls out years of marriage. "Typically you start out with being married for 30 minutes (the bride and groom) and work your way up in years," Do one big father-daughter dance And/or mother son dance. "Let the couple dance for the first minute or so, then have the DJ ask the guests if there are any other fathers and daughters (or sons and mothers) who would like to join the couple on the dance floor.

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Barbershop Music: This was a place for men to gather and socialize where they could sing in a cappella four part harmonies between 1900 and 1919. African american folk songs and hymns were featured with this type of music. Sleeve garters were worn by these performers as well as boater hats, striped vests, and very showy bright colors.