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Congratulations, you’re engaged! Now it’s time to cut loose with your closest friends and family members, right? Not so fast, say experts ranging from gift-bag suppliers to band leaders to babysitters. First you’ve got to select the menu and music. But that’s just the beginning of countless details to be nailed down before cutting the cake—and the rug. In this series sponsored by World Kitchen, we delve into the ABCs of wedding planning, fashion and receptions throughout the months of March and April. So be sure to tune in every day. And don't forget to share your favorite shows with fellow brides-to-be (and their beaus). World Kitchen: All the right ingredients.

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Call it Ken-do attitude. ?I started dressing my Barbie dolls when I was 10 years old,? bridal designer Therez Fleetwood, who'd go on to create the only Afrocentric costumes ever worn by Mickey and Minnie Mouse at Walt Disney World, tells... more

I Do Radio host Angela Chester digs into the issue of wedding-gown preservation with Kyle Matthews of Janet Davis Cleaners: Should a bride try to use a steamer herself, the kind you can buy at a local retail store, or should she have it... more

Get decked out for your big day for under a hundred bucks? Impossible, you say? Not according to Unik Apparel founder Rose Reyes. ?The wedding dress you saw on my blog was just $44.99. I got it from Target,? she tells Make Me Over,... more

?Don't get overwhelmed by the sheer number of wedding gowns out there,? designer Amsale Aberra, whose clients range from Anna Paquin to Viola Davis, advises brides-to-be. ?Remember: it's still a dress, it still has to flatter you. So... more

How far out should couples order their wedding cake? ?That all depends on the difficulty of the design, Mary Winslow of Sinful Wedding Confections tells The Wedding 101 Show host David Rothstein. ?The season you want to get married... more

Traditionalists may shudder at the notion of doing away with elaborate wedding invites, but Katie Martin of Eco-Beautiful Weddings says that's one of the keys to green nuptials. ?Some of the inserts may not be necessary, like a reception... more

Wanna throw a sophisticated reception? Then be sure to tune into The Wedding 101 Show as host, and veteran Chicago-based band leader, David Rothstein delves into the dancing-between-courses craze. ?We do it probably 80 to 90... more

Serving your reception meal buffet-style has its pros and cons, notes Confetti Radio host Debbie Quain: ?The upside is that guests get to mingle at the buffet tables, and sample a variety of dishes to boot. The downside is that long lines... more

If a Good Humor-like ice-cream truck is the last thing you'd expect to see at a wedding reception—particularly one toting wine-flavored treats—you're in for a big surprise. ?We drive up with the old-school... more

Unlike the bride, who typically picks out her wedding wardrobe solo, the groom has no such luck. At least not according to Tuxego.com founder Anthony Commisso. ?I never do a consultation without the bride because, irrespective of... more