|WEDDING EZINE -THE ONLINE MAGAZINE|
Welcome to Wedding Ezine -The Online Magazine!
November 1-15, 2003
Table of Contents
This issue is
dedicated to the Courageous
Now your computer screen can be dressed up too! Simply right click your mouse on our background and tell your computer to save ("set") as wall paper, BUT be sure you have saved the current background on you computer desktop first, if you want to get it back! If the background does not show up immediately, right click on your desktop background and click on refresh.
Gotta love a man in uniform! Continuing with our military wedding theme, we have two former presidents who got married in their dress uniforms. First we have a newly married Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter smiling for the whole world to see, followed by George Bush Sr's First Dance with then new wife Barbara.
A romantic quote to elevate your mood or to help you find the right sentiment for your vows or ceremony.
"Of all earthly music
1) Timing your wedding can be important
in a military marriage. If you have PCS (Permanent Change of Station)
orders, and get married before you actually make the move, you can have
your spouse added to your orders and the military will pay for the relocation
of your spouse and her/his property. However, if you report to your
new duty assignment first, and then get married, you will have to pay
for the relocation of your spouse out of your own pocket. Actually "making
the move" means reporting into your new base. So, you may be able to
leave your old base, take leave to get married, report into your new
base, get your orders amended to include your new spouse, and the military
will pay for the spouse's move. However, if you report to your new base,
and then take leave to get married, you're on your own, when it comes
to moving expenses for the spouse. You might then also have to change
your housing and allowances for it. My advice is to get married in between
postings rather than during if it is in any way convenient for you to
do so. My husband and I were actually legally married two months before
our wedding (I told no one!) in order to resolve these kinds of PCS
problems in our move to Korea. Leaving the country will result in a
much longer wait in paperwork so make sure you have the timetable straight!
What is "The Arch Of Steel"?
Military weddings are a privilege of those
in the armed forces or cadets. They are normally very formal which would
translate to black or white tie for non military personnel with all military
personnel in dress uniform and commanding officers seated according to
rank. Often the most memorable military wedding tradition is the "Crossed
Sabers," also known as the "Arch of Sabers," or the "Arch of Steel". The
word steel is more general can be used used to refer to either sabers
for Navy or swords for Army, Air Force and Marines.
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