Posts tagged ‘Engagement Announcement’

Katie & Ben

Congratulations to Katie Geamurane and Ben Brandes getting married on September 16th, 2017 in Fraserville, Ontario! Comments from Bride and Groom We have […]

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John & Katrina

Congratulations to John and Katrina getting married on July 9, 2016 in Peterborough, Ontario! This is such an exciting time to get engaged, […]

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Andrew & Alicia

Congratulations to Andrew and Alicia getting married on July 16, 2016 in Springbrook, Ontario! Comments from Bride & Groom “After waiting 7 years […]

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Elizabeth & Glen

Congratulations to Glen and Beth Allen Garden getting married on April 2, 2016 in Lindsey Ontario! Comments from Bride & Groom “My fiance […]

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Peterborough Wedding Announcement

Mike & Rachel

Congratulations to Mike Stevens and Rachel Purvis getting married on July 16, 2016 in Millbrook Ontario! Comments from Bride & Groom “We are […]

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Adam & Lisa

Congratulations to Adam Edwards and Lisa Harnum getting married on February 14, 2015 in Peterborough Ontario! Comments from Bride & Groom “Engaged Christmas […]

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Tyler & Angel

Congratulations to Tyler Kelsh and Angel Howell getting married on May 21, 2016! Congratulations! The team at Her Wedding Planner wish you all […]

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How to Announce Your Engagement

How to Announce Your Engagement

1.  Place an announcement in the local newspaper. 2. Friends or family may throw you an engagement party.

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Prenuptial Agreements:  Should you be upset?

Prenuptial Agreements: Should you be upset?

A prenuptial agreement is a legal document that outlines which belongings including investments, business assets, or family inheritances (to name a few) go to whom if the marriage fails.  Basically saying if the marriage fails, what you owned before the marriage to returned to you. Nobody likes to think of their marriage falling apart, but sometimes it does.  Having a prenuptial agreement in place may help you protect your personal possessions.  These agreements are more popular then you can imagine.  Perhaps its because couples are getting married later in life and with that in mind have more personal belongings and investments that they may want protected.  Some individuals are totally against prenups, others think of it as a safeguard to cover all possibilities.  What do you think?

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