Monthly Archives: August 2010

Reception: Cookie Buffet – Part 2

Recruit your friends and family. Remember right after the engagement when many people offered "To help any way I can" this is their time to shine! You can ask them to whip up a couple dozen batches, store some frozen ones or help bake them the night before the wedding. Just like you would label
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Reception: Cookie Buffet – Part 1

The newest sweet treat buffet to emerge into wedding receptions is the cookie buffet. Near the same idea as the candy buffet, the cookie buffet offers guests the option to peruse some different sweet treats to take home with them. This idea is also very budget friendly. You can make the cookies yourself instead of
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Stationery: Types of Wedding Personalization – Part 2

Single Initial Still some will just carry things out bearing the last name initial only. The single initial is a timeless choice. In recent years the popular cake topper has been that of a single initial. Our Contemporay Initial Luncheon Napkins feature a beautiful single initial along with your names and date below. Carry this
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Stationery: Types of Wedding Personalization – Part 1

The most recent style trend to stick around is that of abundant personalization. More and more couples are choosing to really put their stamp on everything. From designing the napkins to the table linens and so on, after all it is your wedding. You will definitely want to show off your signature style and be
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The Bride: Wedding Dress Accessories – Gloves

While certainly gloves are no longer considered an accessory staple, they are still used here and there. Many brides do not realize how regal and elegant a nice glove can make them look. Then there are those brides who are having a vintage wedding and may greatly benefit from the use of a glove. There
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Planning: Writing Your Own Wedding Vows – Part 2

Sit down and discuss either with one another or maybe with your best friend what the other person means to each other. Consider the following questions and write down your answers. Then use the information to try and mold your feelings into vows. From The Beginning How did you meet? What were your initial feelings?
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Planning: Writing Your Own Wedding Vows – Part 1

May couples today don’t feel like they are the traditional wedding vow type. Not all couples feel comfortable using the same vows so many couples have before them. A lot of couples wish to make their weddings as personal as possible. Personalized vows included. A great way to express to everyone including your husband to
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Honeymoon: Honeymoon Packing Tips

Getting ready for that dream get away with your honey should be an exciting time. All the anticipation for the wedding and after should be an enjoyable thing to think about. No need to pack a bunch of extra stress by worrying about your to do list for the honeymoon; so here are some honeymoon
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Inspiration: Carnival Themed Wedding – Part 2

Decoration Spools of paper tickets stacked on top of one another to use as props for your floral arrangements is perfect! Miniature animal figurines would also make terrific additions to your centerpieces. A large wooden billboard sign with the bride and grooms names and dates on it with a slogan attached such as "The Greatest
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Inspiration: Carnival Themed Wedding – Part 1

Maybe it’s because we are located in Circus City USA but, we just can’t help but think that "carnival" themed weddings are a totally cute idea for those wanting to run wild with a theme wedding. Color Your color choices depend on a couple of things. Decide first whether or not you are going for
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