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By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | May 19, 2012
Paige Tanner of Lancaster, Pa. reveled in the infield Saturday celebrating her first Preakness -- and her last few months as a single woman. The 24-year-old, whose wedding is set for July, reunited with her girlfriends from Elizabethtown College for a bachelorette party at Pimlico.  Her bridal tiara and garter drew lots of attention from the infield crowds, Tanner said. "I've had two or three people take the garter off with their teeth," said Tanner, whose friends were all dressed in pink.
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Derek Chavis and For The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2013
THEY'RE FINALLY MARRIED! After six long, tumultuous years, Joanna and Romain have finally said “I do.” The wedding was absolutely gorgeous and Joanna has never looked more flawless than she did in the gown she designed herself... But that's not how this episode started. Oh no. In  what I would personally consider a bold move, Bravo aired an episode of RHOM on Sunday night as a lead-in to Joanna's big day. The episode focused on Joanna's bachelorette party in Las Vegas, which would probably just have been censored by my editors anyway, so I suppose it's best to focus on the here and now. However, it is important to start this blog off as visually as I can for you...
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By Tamara Ikenberg and Tamara Ikenberg,SUN STAFF | June 19, 1999
They ran blindly, clawing at locked windows, huddling breathlessly in corners, racing upstairs like horror movie heroines fleeing a psycho killer.They ran from Vince the Cowboy Stripper.The guests at this gathering were free to run.Kristen Mrozinski, the bride-to-be, was not. She was trapped for the performance.From beneath her mom-made, white bridal baseball cap, adorned with silk bows, flowers and a ponytail veil, her eyes pleaded "HELP ME!" Her face resembled a cherry tomato.The bachelorette party -- that traditional sayonara to the single life -- was getting into the groove.
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Steven Eliopoulos and For The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2013
The girls are excited to be back in Orange County after the wild bachelorette party in Mexico. Lydia is throwing a salsa party and plans on inviting the entire group, but really wants Heather and Alexis to sit down, talk and make up. Heather agrees to have a mature, civil conversation with Alexis only because she appreciates Lydia trying to be the peacemaker. Vicki and Tamra get extremely excited when they see their “Wines by Wives” wine labels for the first time. The two girls talk about the anticipation of Lydia's themed party and Tamra asks why Vicki can't get along with Gretchen.
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By Jamie Bacon, For The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2013
A few guidelines come along with being part of a bridal party. You generally have to buy a dress and shoes, get your makeup and hair done but most importantly be there for the bride and partake in the important events leading up to the wedding. These events usually include the bridal shower and bachelorette party. One of my bridesmaids is my cousin, Taylor, who will only be 16 at the time of these events. It won't affect the shower obviously but I worry about her not being able to be involved in the bachelorette party.
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By Katie Mercado, For The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2013
There's 100 days left until my wedding and still 100 things left to do! It's crazy to think that I've been counting down for over 400 days already, but that also makes me even more stressed to think there are only 100 left in the countdown. Who knew so much could be needed for just one day, just one event? If you're not a bride-to-be or you're just recently engaged, you're probably wondering what could there possibly be left to do. Well let me enlighten you with a quick snapshot!
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By Katie Mercado, For The Baltimore Sun | January 22, 2013
I feel like we live in a world now where the parents don't (and aren't expected to) pay for the wedding. It seems to be a tradition that has passed its time. Or maybe that's just what my parents have convinced me with, so they could get off the hook … But in all seriousness, it is often the job of the couple to come up with the funds to pay for the wedding, yet it hasn't always been that way. So as I go through my budget spreadsheet and we get closer to the big day, I thought it would be fun to break down the old traditions of who was responsible for paying for certain aspects of the wedding.
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By Jamie Bacon, For The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2013
At one point, I could never have imagined that a wedding and all its various preparatory activities could potentially make or break friendships, but it happens. Over the years, I have learned how selfless some people can be: There are the friends who will drop everything and be there for you no matter what. If your car broke down, if a family member passed, if you were having relationship issues -- they were there. Then there is the group who chooses to look the other way and not notice or care if you're having a bad day. I don't personally know these people, but I have seen it happen way too often in other people's relationships.
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Derek Chavis and For The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2013
THEY'RE FINALLY MARRIED! After six long, tumultuous years, Joanna and Romain have finally said “I do.” The wedding was absolutely gorgeous and Joanna has never looked more flawless than she did in the gown she designed herself... But that's not how this episode started. Oh no. In  what I would personally consider a bold move, Bravo aired an episode of RHOM on Sunday night as a lead-in to Joanna's big day. The episode focused on Joanna's bachelorette party in Las Vegas, which would probably just have been censored by my editors anyway, so I suppose it's best to focus on the here and now. However, it is important to start this blog off as visually as I can for you...
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By Gus G. Sentementes and Gus G. Sentementes,Sun reporter | May 19, 2007
The bride-to-be and six of her friends were standing on a Bolton Hill corner, waiting for taxis so they could continue their bachelorette party in Federal Hill. But two men rode up on bicycles, and one pulled a handgun from under his sweat shirt. "He pointed it right at my friend's head," said Emily Bartholomew, 29, a graduate student in environmental engineering at the Johns Hopkins University, who is to get married today. "He said, `Give me all your money, drop it.'
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By Jamie Bacon, For The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2013
At one point, I could never have imagined that a wedding and all its various preparatory activities could potentially make or break friendships, but it happens. Over the years, I have learned how selfless some people can be: There are the friends who will drop everything and be there for you no matter what. If your car broke down, if a family member passed, if you were having relationship issues -- they were there. Then there is the group who chooses to look the other way and not notice or care if you're having a bad day. I don't personally know these people, but I have seen it happen way too often in other people's relationships.
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By Jamie Bacon, For The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2013
A few guidelines come along with being part of a bridal party. You generally have to buy a dress and shoes, get your makeup and hair done but most importantly be there for the bride and partake in the important events leading up to the wedding. These events usually include the bridal shower and bachelorette party. One of my bridesmaids is my cousin, Taylor, who will only be 16 at the time of these events. It won't affect the shower obviously but I worry about her not being able to be involved in the bachelorette party.
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By Katie Mercado, For The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2013
There's 100 days left until my wedding and still 100 things left to do! It's crazy to think that I've been counting down for over 400 days already, but that also makes me even more stressed to think there are only 100 left in the countdown. Who knew so much could be needed for just one day, just one event? If you're not a bride-to-be or you're just recently engaged, you're probably wondering what could there possibly be left to do. Well let me enlighten you with a quick snapshot!
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By Katie Mercado, For The Baltimore Sun | January 22, 2013
I feel like we live in a world now where the parents don't (and aren't expected to) pay for the wedding. It seems to be a tradition that has passed its time. Or maybe that's just what my parents have convinced me with, so they could get off the hook … But in all seriousness, it is often the job of the couple to come up with the funds to pay for the wedding, yet it hasn't always been that way. So as I go through my budget spreadsheet and we get closer to the big day, I thought it would be fun to break down the old traditions of who was responsible for paying for certain aspects of the wedding.
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June 1, 2012
Before slipping into that white wedding dress and saying "I do," every bride-to-be deserves a proper single-lady send-off. This month marks the peak of the wedding season, which means it's also one of the most popular times for bachelorette parties. While lace thongs, 'bride-to-be' sashes and Chippendale dancers certainly have their place, not every bachelorette party needs burly men busting moves in little more than their birthday suits. Here are 10 ideas for Baltimore bachelorette parties, broken down by personality type - from bookworms to wine lovers and thrill seekers.
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By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | May 19, 2012
Paige Tanner of Lancaster, Pa. reveled in the infield Saturday celebrating her first Preakness -- and her last few months as a single woman. The 24-year-old, whose wedding is set for July, reunited with her girlfriends from Elizabethtown College for a bachelorette party at Pimlico.  Her bridal tiara and garter drew lots of attention from the infield crowds, Tanner said. "I've had two or three people take the garter off with their teeth," said Tanner, whose friends were all dressed in pink.
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Steven Eliopoulos and For The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2013
The girls are excited to be back in Orange County after the wild bachelorette party in Mexico. Lydia is throwing a salsa party and plans on inviting the entire group, but really wants Heather and Alexis to sit down, talk and make up. Heather agrees to have a mature, civil conversation with Alexis only because she appreciates Lydia trying to be the peacemaker. Vicki and Tamra get extremely excited when they see their “Wines by Wives” wine labels for the first time. The two girls talk about the anticipation of Lydia's themed party and Tamra asks why Vicki can't get along with Gretchen.
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By Abigail Tucker and Abigail Tucker,SUN REPORTER | October 22, 2006
The low point came as I crouched behind a hotel ice machine, counting a stack of twenties into the palm of a stripper named Exotic 4. "Which one's the bride?" he whispered, unzipping a wheeled suitcase that contained, among other items, a fringed purple g-string and a fireman's suit. "The one with the freckles," I whispered back. He was cute, I thought, momentarily pleased. He'd better be, after the time that I, the dutiful Maid of Honor, had spent surreptitiously scrolling through photos of exotic dancers as bosses cruised past my cubicle.
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By Los Angeles Times | September 9, 2007
Bachelorette parties are becoming more inventive and more exotic. If there's a grown-up version of the no-boys-allowed slumber party, it's the bachelorette party. And this bride-to-be's last chance to kiss off the whimsies of youth and singledom has been elevated to the ultimate female-bonding fest. Although this rite of passage has always brought the dearest of friends together to make lifetime memories (some never to be recounted in the presence of husbands), the bachelorette party has evolved in recent years.
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By Gus G. Sentementes and Gus G. Sentementes,Sun reporter | May 19, 2007
The bride-to-be and six of her friends were standing on a Bolton Hill corner, waiting for taxis so they could continue their bachelorette party in Federal Hill. But two men rode up on bicycles, and one pulled a handgun from under his sweat shirt. "He pointed it right at my friend's head," said Emily Bartholomew, 29, a graduate student in environmental engineering at the Johns Hopkins University, who is to get married today. "He said, `Give me all your money, drop it.'
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