Monthly Archives: January 2010

Planning: Wedding Transportation – Part 2

Often overlooked or forgotten is the need of transportation. Here are some questions to ask a car rental company when considering wedding transportation Questions to ask a vehicle rental company Are they properly insured? How far in advance must you make a booking? (Don’t forget a spring wedding falls into prom season so limos need
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Planning: Wedding Transportation – Part 1

Often overlooked or forgotten is the need of transportation. Whether you just need a getaway car for yourself, your bridal party, or the entire reception, the list below should help you during your transportation journey. Transportation Checklist: Questions to ask yourself What is my transportation budget? This will help you assess what services and special
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Planning: Bridal Party Choice

Selecting your wedding support group at first glance seems like an easy enough decision as you sit back and daydream about your closest friends gathered with you at the altar draped in Vera Wang from head to toe all smiles. But, reality will eventually come in to play and when that happens there are a
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Reception: Origami – The New Wedding Decoration

Origami cranes are a Japanese tradition that has recently been borrowed by brides of every culture. Some brides have them cascading down from the ceiling or trees at the wedding venue. While others choose to use them as place cards holder or just simply scattered about within the decor. These tiny additions add a lovely touch
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The Wedding Day: Bridesmaids’ Gifts

Be sure to show your girls that all of their helpfulness and hard work was very appreciated by giving them thank you gifts that they will truly enjoy. Cosmetic BagConsider purchasing this hanging cosmetic bag that comes in very handy for your friend who always seems to be traveling because it is so convenient and light-weight.
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Inspiration: A Valentine’s Day Wedding

Are you planning on having a Valentine’s Day wedding but are being hassled on how cliché’ and over the top childlike Valentine’s Day weddings can be? Or you are being told that your anniversary will be meaningless as it will take place on Valentine’s Day which is a day that everyone shares? Stop worrying; there
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Honeymoon: Packing List for the Honeymoon – Part 2

Necessary Miscellaneous Shout wipes Sewing kit Cell phones Chargers Journal and pen Underwater camera Camera-Digital or disposal- If choosing disposal take along some zip lock bags that you can put them into, incase of rain Playing cards Super glue Clothing For Her Bathing suits- bring more than one if you can especially if honeymooning in
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Honeymoon: Packing List for the Honeymoon – Part 1

Documents and must haves Airline ticket or confirmation printouts Passports Travelers Checks Hotel reservation confirmation Drivers licenses Credit Cards Luggage tags Important phone numbers- including credit card companies incase of lost or stolen cards Pre paid phone card Currency converter Addresses for sending post cards Copy of marriage license Itinerary Don’t leave home without Prescription
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Cake: Wedding Cake Alternatives

There aren’t any hard and fast rules stating that you must have a traditional wedding cake. What if you and your guy don’t like cake or think the idea of a traditional tiered wedding cake is overdone? If this is the case or you are just looking for an extra way to sneak in some
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Cake: Grooms Cakes

An older tradition that is making a huge comeback is the groom’s cake. These cakes are a tradition stemming from the southern United States. Typically this cake is placed next to the bride’s cake and later on in the evening the cake is often cut into individual pieces and placed into boxes. According to legend,
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