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Wedding bell blues

As a recent online bridal scam proves, planning your nuptials can be risky business. We ask the experts how to safeguard your big day.

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By Alyssa Giacobbe
Globe Correspondent / March 18, 2010

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Last September, 10 days before she was set to wed Taylor Edler before 250 guests, Christina Doherty learned that her reception venue, the Georgetown Club, had gone under taking with it the couple’s $5,000 down payment. Horrified, the bride and her family hustled to assemble an impromptu reception that, somewhat miraculously, took place on schedule at Diburro’s in Haverhill. (Full article: 549 words)

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