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Cupron: Using Copper in the Fight Against Germs

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Cupron Medical Textiles Because of recent events, the world has been desperately searching for alternative ways to combat bacteria and viruses. More and more people are staying to wear face masks and gloves daily, sales for hand sanitizer are getting increasingly higher, and sanitizing and cleaning are being done more than ever. One company, in particular, has gone back to basics and found an answer in simple chemistry. Cupron is a copper-based antimicrobial technology company out of Richmond,...
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The Future of the Wedding Industry: What Happens Now

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Photo by Natasha Fernandez from Pexels With summer around the corner and many places slowly coming out of quarantine, many in the wedding industry are asking the same question: What now? Stay-at-home orders and quarantine have shaken the wedding and event industry, most areas allowing less than 10-25 to gather, causing couples to postpone or even cancel their big day. Some vendors and venues were able to help find creative ways to make sure the show went on. Drive-thru weddings and micro-weddings...
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Micro-weddings: The Next Big Thing?

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Photo by Asad Photo Maldives from Pexels Weddings have always been diverse in terms of colors, decorations, food, dresses, and cultural significance, but now, they are starting to become more diverse in terms of types of weddings as well. Recent events have caused an uprise in elopements, the creation of drive-thru weddings and virtual weddings, and is now causing a boom in what is known as micro-weddings. So what exactly is a micro-wedding? A micro-wedding is basically a typical wedding...
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Wedding Dresses: Old and New

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Photo by Kyle Roxas from Pexels When planning their wedding, almost every brides’ most favorite and most nerve-wracking part is wedding dress shopping. With all eyes on them on their wedding day, the bride wants to look their absolute best, and sometimes, have a lot of sentiment to go with it. Most of the time, the first place the bride will look for a dress is to their family. Most mothers and grandmothers would love to see their children wear the same dress they wore on their big day....
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Today Show Host Hoda Kotb Officiates Surprise Zoom Wedding

Today Show Host Hoda Kotb It is known at this point that many weddings have been postponed or canceled this year, but there are couples and businesses that are finding ways to make sure that the show can go on. Drive-thru weddings, video game weddings, even virtual calls turned into ceremonies. Some states, like New York, are even recognizing weddings held online and through the video call software Zoom. In recent months, Zoom has become a very popular video call software. It is being used...
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Busch Beer Offers Couples a Year of Beer for Postponing or Cancelling 2020 Weddings

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Image Credit: Busch Beer Busch beer is offering a small consolation prize to couples who are having to put wedding plans "on ice" during the beginning of 2020. In posts on their Instagram and Twitter, the company asks couples to share a photo and how you plan to celebrate, along with the appropriate hashtags to make sure you are entered. Your wedding plans may be on ice for the time being, but we wanna give you a wedding gift of ice-cold Busch. FOR A YEAR. Post a photo of yourselves...
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Celebrating Easter - Easter Island - the Perfect Remote Wedding Destination

If you’re in the market for a destination wedding on a beach but are wanting to avoid the risk of the public or other outsiders crashing your special day, then consider Easter Island. Once called “the Center of the World” by 6th-century inhabitants who were isolated from the outside world for over 1000 years, Easter Island is the place to have an isolated destination wedding. Easter Island is home to some of the earth’s most gorgeous scenery. Pink-sand beaches, hand-carved...
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A Simple & Personal Wedding From Bindi Irwin & Chandler Powell

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Image Credit: Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images Amidst some of the craziness that goes on in the world, there’s always something beautiful happening. While weddings are one of the hardest-hit events at this time, some have made some changes so they could still have their special day. This was the case for Bindi Irwin and Chandler Powell. The couple decided to change some plans and turned their wedding into a private and personal affair at Australia Zoo on March 25th. It was a fitting idea as they...
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WCWV Vendor My Pillow Begins Making Face Masks

My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell In a briefing on March 30th, My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell announced he has pledged 90% of all of his companies production capabilities to the creation of cotton face masks. The CEO was quoted saying “MyPillow is a U.S. integrated company which has been forced to adjust to the changing business environment as a result of the pandemic. MyPillow is uniquely positioned as a U.S. company that functions as a manufacturer logistic management distributor and direct to...
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Traditional Oriya Weddings

Weddings are one of the most diverse experiences that humans have ever created. Every country and culture has a different way of celebrating the unification of two souls and families. Some traditions and customs are not so well known, like the traditional Oriya Hindu weddings. The Oriya people avoid ostentatious displays of wealth and status, opting instead to focus on traditions and cultural practices during weddings, which they call Bahaghara. In Oriya culture, most families prefer arranged...
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