The key to wedded bliss isn’t over-the-top romance, but these surprisingly simple practices you can do to stay – or fall back – in love with your partner. Continue reading
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A few tips to keep a wedding cheap and within your budget.
A wedding is one of life’s “big ticket” items like a house or a retirement account or a car. Whether we want a Harlem wedding or a fairy tale wedding, we all look for ways to cut expenses. Sometimes we do it out of sheer necessity and other times we do it so that we can afford other important things like a nice home or car after the wedding. Continue reading
Life imitates art for Eileen Smith and Robert Grant. The Murray Hill duo met in 2006 at Smith’s art show at the Dollar Internet Café. Nine months after their first date at Café Bonjour in Harlem, Grant proposed on Easter Sunday with his grandmother’s ring. Smith, a fine artist, and Grant, an artist, musician and art teacher in the Bronx, were married at the Convent of the Sacred Heart. One hundred guests joined the couple for their ceremony in the chapel, followed by a reception in the French ballroom.
* First dance: Stevie Wonder’s “As”
* Memorable moment: “Holding back tears as we said our vows,” says Smith
* Something old: A monogrammed handkerchief belonging to the bride’s grandmother
By ALISA WOLFSON for NYPost.com