Monthly Archives: November 2010

Ceremony: Rehearsal Dinner Invitation Wording

While not all couples choose to purchase a rehearsal dinner invitation, some rehearsals really do call for one. For the couple that is having a very formal and traditional wedding an invitation inviting guests to the rehearsal dinner is almost a must. The couple whom has a large amount of out of town guests and
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Honeymoon: Honeymoon Alternative – Charitymoon

There are so many choices out there for your honeymoon. Deciding where you would like to go and what all activities you would like to participate in can turn into a stressful task. So before you become too overwhelmed with your decision making process, we thought we would bring to light a different type of
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Flowers: Wedding Flower Tips

Think about the big picture. When deciding on the color scheme for your flowers think about where your ceremony and reception are to take place. The grand ballroom with the gorgeous eggshell walls and deep chocolate marble flooring is beautiful. Now think about your lime green and fuchsia color palette. Bring photos to your florist
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Reception: Wedding Favor Tips

Wedding favors are a fun part of planning the wedding. As with anything else when you are planning the wedding, it doesn’t hurt to have some tips to go over. Budget: Establish a strict favor budget by determining what you can afford to spend on each person. Favor prices can go from under one dollar
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Beauty: Wedding Scent – Part 3

Decide on your wedding day scent with plenty of time ahead. Wearing your new scent for a few weeks prior to the big day will allow your body to get used to the scent. You’ll also be able to dodge any out of the blue allergic reactions. You might think about wearing it around your
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Beauty: Wedding Scent – Part 2

You probably never realized how many different types of “perfumes” there are. The strongest of the all the fragrance categories is the perfume or (parfum) This type typically comes with a heftier price tag due to the higher concentration of fragrance to water ratio. However, due to the larger amount of fragrance oil in the
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Beauty: Wedding Scent – Part 1

Dream of making a grand entrance not only with your look but with your scent? Your wedding day fragrance should match your wedding day style and image. Would you prefer going with a tried and true traditional scent you’ve worn for years? Or something sexy and daring to match your over the top wedding gown?
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Planning: Bridal Luncheon Tips – Part 2

Where We mentioned a sushi restaurant before, but anywhere you love would be fine: a hotel dining room, your favorite bistro, or your grandmothers house. Whenever you are planning any type of get together you want to keep your style and theme in mind. For a casual fruit kabob and lemonade lunch, Grandmas wrap around
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Planning: Bridal Luncheon Tips – Part 1

A popular tradition is for the bride to host a luncheon or tea party.  Typically this event is held one to two days prior to the wedding date. The planning process for this event should be a fun, enjoyable experience. Do not let yourself become overwhelmed by having to put on yet another party. The
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Rings: Eco-Friendly Engagement Rings

Traditionally when you think of an engagement ring you think of a large solitary diamond on a band. But that’s not the go to choice for many couples anymore. Some couples choose simply a favorite gem or birthstone while others go more eco-conscious and select something different. With the emergence of eco-friendly jewelers and the
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