Monthly Archives: March 2009

Budget: Sweet Nothings – Part 2

A Few of Your Favorite Things Step one: we encourage you to think about your favorite things, and the things that are important to you both as a couple, and then find ways to work those details into your wedding. Do you have a favorite park where you love to sit and hang out? Why
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Budget: Sweet Nothings – Part 1

Inexpensive, Special Details to Make Your Wedding Memorable Ask any wedding planner, event coordinator, or anyone who has ever attended a memorable reception.. .it’s all the special, personal touches that truly make guests feel welcome and happy to be a part of things. When it comes to your wedding and reception, it’s important to incorporate
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Inspiration: Wedding Theme Ideas

If you want your wedding to be a little different and not the traditional wedding with the long white gown, tuxes, the church, etc., you might consider having a theme wedding. You can personalize your wedding with a theme and really have your personalities come through. Here are a few themes to consider: Historical Wedding
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Planning: Basic Tips for Planning a Wedding

Planning a wedding should be fun, exciting and as stress-free as possible. Proper research and planning can make things go smoothly, help you stay within your budget and keep it as stress free as possible. Make sure to slay organized and keep things simple. Here are some tips to help make sure your wedding plans
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Advice: Prenuptial Agreement

A prenuptial agreement is a written document between two people who are about to marry. This agreement determines who gets what if the marriage does not last. Rich or poor, prenuptial agreements protect the assets of both parties in case the marriage is later dissolved. In most cases, people on their second marriage will want
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Wedding Party: Maid/Matron of Honor Duties

Being chosen as the maid/matron of honor means that you play a big part in making sure the wedding is a big success. In all honesty, the maid of honor usually plays a bigger part in the wedding planning than the groom. To put it simply, your duty is to take as much stress off the
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Inspiration: Retro Theme Wedding Part 2

Reception Decorations Hang posters of rock groups, movies, plays and actors from that decade. Hang old record jackets on the walls and hand the records from the ceiling. Again, check out your local resale shops. Most times you can purchase vintage records for a reasonable price. Rent a juke box and use it for music
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Inspiration: Retro Theme Wedding Part 1

Travel back in time to when rock ‘n roll came alive, love-beads were fashionable, peace was the sign of the day and flower power ruled! Wedding Colors Pastel tie-dye colors: pinks, yellows, blues, greens, purples and oranges. Use the rainbow for inspiration when choosing your wedding colors; really anything goes in a retro theme. Wedding Attire
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Inspiration: Butterfly Themed Wedding Part 3

Butterfly Wedding Favors Here are just a few possibilities to get you started. Butterfly shaped sugar cookies placed in small bags or boxes. Purchase butterfly candy molds (available at most craft stores in the cake decorating section) and make candy or chocolates. Candy molds can also be used to make soap. Consider making butterfly-shaped soap, wrapping a few
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Inspiration: Butterfly Themed Wedding Part 2

Wedding Attire Attire can easily be transformed to suit your butterfly theme. Purchase a variety of butterfly appliqués at a fabric or craft store. These can easily be sewn onto everything from the bride’s dress, headdress and ribbons that can be tied around bouquets. The bride can wear a butterfly accented garter. The bride and
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