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|Justin Theroux at the premiere of Baby Mama in New York City at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
There are now countries around the country that allow the bride and groom to combine the now common practice of videotaping (more often accomplished today with the help of a professional videographer instead of Uncle Herman) with the use of web sites set up specifically to allow wedding guests to view photos from the ceremony and reception after the big day. The results is a wedding Webcast that allows guests to view the entire ceremony and other select footage while lounging in comfy pajamas in front of their own computers.
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Though it's not very likely that someone like Jennifer Aniston who has kept her relationship with fiancé Vince Vaughn under tight wraps will choose to Webcast her wedding to the world, it's now easier than ever for the average bride and groom to share their special day and all the preparation with anyone who's interested in watching. And, the cost of a wedding Webcast is surprisingly low, starting at just $395...which leaves plenty of money to spend on flowers!
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Wesley Berry is member of the American Academy of Floriculture (AAF) and President of Wesley Berry Flowers, a successful multi-million dollar floral business that was established in 1946. He also works with funeral-homes.net to provide useful information about funeral homes across the nation. He has been recognized by florists nationwide as a leader in the flower business. Visit Wesley Berry Flowers on the web at www.800wesleys.com
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