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Growing up I would always dream about a special day, my Quinceañera. I would dream about wearing an extremely precious white dress with a purple and silver design. I dreamed of having all of my closest family and friends spend time with me and be present at my ceremony where I would thank God about the first 15 years of life and the many more to come....

The modern concept of photo booth with (later) a curtain originated with Anatol Josepho, who arrived in the U.S. from Russia in 1923 with the first photo booth appearing 1925 on Broadway in New York City. For 25 cents, the booth took, developed and printed 8 photos, a process taking roughly ten minutes. In the first six months after the booth was erected, it was used by 280,000 people. The Photomaton Company was created to place booths nationwide. On March 27, 1927, Josepho was paid $1,000,000 and guaranteed future royalties for his invention....

How do you feel about wedding websites? Some people find them a good outlet for narcissism, while others find them to be a helpful guide during modern digital times. Sure, tossing 600 photos of yourself on your wedding website with an accompanying story about how you met is a little extreme (and totally unhelpful), building a simple site to share important event details and anecdotes from your relationship is not. Here, 7 reasons why you need a wedding website, and what your site should include to be at maximum benefit for your guests. Weddingwire.com has a free wedding website creator with hundreds of templates (http://www.weddingwire.com/wedding-websites.html)....

The wedding photo booth is not (we repeat not!) going away anytime soon. In fact, it has become more of a reception staple than a come-and-go wedding trend. Here's why. The photo booth is one of those wedding reception elements that everyone will be able to enjoy together. And trust us, the photo booth is going to be a popular activity at your reception, which means you’ll have guests lining up to try it out as soon as you make it available to them....

Precious Life provides a safe, loving environment for the woman who has no such place to have her child. Their clients have chosen to work toward self-reliance for herself and her child. Whether she parents or places her child for adoption, PLS supports her throughout the process....

WHO IS ST. PATRICK? People all over the world celebrate on the 17th day of March in honor of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. Some cities have parades, most revelers wear green, and a few families commemorate the day with traditional Irish fare for their meal. However, not everyone may know who St. Patrick is. Born in Britain during the 4th century, St. Patrick was kidnapped and enslaved by Irish raiders when he was a teenager. Although he was able to escape after six years and become a priest in Britain, he later chose to return to Ireland as a missionary, in order to help spread the teachings of Christianity to pagans. According to Irish folklore, he also used a shamrock to explain the Christian...

The origins of Valentine's Day trace back to the ancient Roman celebration of Lupercalia. Held on February 15, Lupercalia honored the gods Lupercus and Faunus, as well as the legendary founders of Rome, Romulus and Remus....