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Love this post! I've been in a long distance relationship for 3 years
(NYC - Minneapolis), and have recently decided to make the move and
follow my heart. My boyfriend (Dave) and I have never lived in the same
state; however we've always seemed to make it work. Our saving grace?
Dinner/movie dates. He'd order me dinner from my favorite local places,
we'd hop on Skype and eat and watch our favorite movie/show together.
The key is treating it like a real date, and try to do it at one night
1 month, 1 week ago on 7 Creative Ways to Make a Long Distance Relationship Work
I personally really like the sweetheart table. After all, it is your day so why not place all the attention on you, while letting the bridal party mingle with their guests. I see that as a simple win-win situation.
AmandaOleson I disagree, respectively of course. I think its a bit awkward to have a full table and I'd be shouting all over everyone. The sweetheart table makes it easier to move around and not feel like you're glued to your seat.
2 years, 3 months ago on Head Table Seating Ideas
Really like how this was done! Great job and looking forward to the next one. :)
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