Pulling Off the Double Wedding

Challenges arise as two sisters plan their double wedding



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The Wedding Guru says: I vote with you and suggest that you save your money and do a joint invitation. One of the best ways to do so is to make the paper a trifold. On the middle panel you can put all the logistics, such as “where” and “when.” Then, each of you can use one of the two side panels. (This only works if those sharing a double wedding are sisters. If they aren’t, separate invitations are appropriate.)

As for your dad: instead of running up and down the aisle, he can walk both of you down, one on each arm. If your father is going to “give you away,” the older of the two is given away first.

Find more information about double weddings in HudsonValleyWeddings.com’s Wedding Guide here.

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Judy Lewis is the founder of HudsonValleyWeddings.com, the one-stop resource for services and products, promotions and specials, a Regional Bridal Show schedule, Wed Shop, and links to money-saving and wedding-related Web sites. In her spare time, Judy loves to compose poetry and create collages. She currently resides in Kingston with her husband and business partner, Jon.

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