Monthly Archives: March 2010

The Bride: Bridal Shower Game Ideas – Part 2

We’ve got a compiled list for you below with a few new games and some updated classics including the purse game, bridal shower bingo, and name the price. Purse Game One of the most famous bridal shower games is the purse game. Have guests search for various items through-out their purse for items that you
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Wedding Etiquette: The Death of the RSVP

We loved this opinion piece published last week in the New York Times about the sad decline of the RSVP. Brides (im)patiently awaiting those wedding RSVPs will appreciate this author’s take on the issue! It’s My Party, and You Have to Answer By RAND RICHARDS COOPER Hartford HERE‘S an etiquette experiment for you: E-mail an
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The Bride: Bridal Shower Invitation Wording – Part 3

Here some more bridal shower invitation wording examples: Let’s wrap up our best wishes and shower the bride with love! We’re throwing A Bridal Shower for Charlotte Lawson on April 11, 2010 at twelve o’clock noon Honeywell Center Crystal Room 275 West Market Street Wabash, Indiana We hope you can make it! R.S.V.P. to Pamela
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Uncategorized: Cake Inspiration

We love when brides get creative with incorporating personalized details throughout their weddings! When we came across these amazing cakes created by our friends at Swank Cake Design here in Cary, North Carolina, we were instantly reminded of the petite budding flowers that grace our Cherry Blossom invitation. Consider providing your cake designer with an
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The Bride: Bridal Shower Invitation Wording – Part 2

Here are some bridal shower invitation wording samples: You are invited to A Bridal Shower for Charlotte Lawson fiancee of Jonathon Martinez April 11, 2010 at twelve o’clock noon Honeywell Center Crystal Room 275 West Market Street Wabash, Indiana Regrets only (555) 555-5555 The bridesmaids of Charlotte Lawson invite you to a Bridal Shower in
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Invitation Etiquette: Addressing Wedding Invitation Envelopes

In today’s world, properly addressing an invitation is no longer as simple as adding “Mr. and Mrs.” in front of your guests’ names. Many women hold professional titles or elect to keep their maiden name upon marriage. Couples live together without ever getting married. It can be a challenge to know the appropriate manner for
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The Bride: Bridal Shower Invitation Wording – Part 1

There isn’t a whole lot of information on "proper etiquette" in the way of bridal shower invitations.  It is definitely not comparable to the plethora of information and rules we have regarding wedding invitation wording. Of course, you want to keep with the theme of the wedding.  For instance, if the wedding is to be
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Reception: Chalkboards – Part 2

Where to get them: You can buy different sizes and designs of chalkboards at most craft and hobby stores. There are also a few places online that offer several different styles of chalkboards ranging in sizes of very large to tiny place card size. Depending on how crafty you are and what your budget looks
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Reception: Chalkboards – Part 1

Chalkboards are definitely a huge trend right now. They are a totally unique way to tell your guests just about anything you would like for them to know. They can be used for a variety of different things at the wedding from just a cute decoration, a source for information or to tie together a
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