Monthly Archives: March 2011

Reception: Wedding Reception Questions – Part 2

– Can I use my own decorations? If not are the decorations included in the rental fee? What options do I have for using the sites decorations? Can I choose from different colors and styles? If I can decorate myself can I have access to the facilities before the wedding? When and for how long?
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Reception: Wedding Reception Questions – Part 1

Chances are the reception sites that you are considering handle dozens, if not hundreds, of weddings each and every year. This means that they are well versed in all of the nuances and details of a wedding celebration. They know to plan for things you may not even have considered. This can also mean that
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Reception: Creative Ideas for Candy Bar – Part 3

Sweet memories to goChoosing containers for your guests to use to take home their candy can be lots of fun as well. Some good choices are: Decorative paper bags. Provide personalized stickers or stickers that go with your theme for guests to seal their bags. Personalize or decorate takeout boxes Have cellophane bags and ribbons
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Reception: Creative Ideas for Candy Bar – Part 2

Color coordinateChoose candies and treats that match and coordinate with your wedding colors. Some ideas include: Oranges, browns and yellows- Orange slices, gummy peaches, marshmallow peanuts, peach rings, root beer barrels, tootsie rolls, chocolate covered pretzels and chocolates are some great options. Halloween is a great time to get candies in this color scheme. If
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Reception: Creative Ideas for Candy Bar

Wedding cakes will always be in style. Not everyone eats cake and they can be pretty expensive per serving depending on the design. Today’s couples are finding new and creative ways to satisfy the collective sweet tooth of their guests. The past few years have brought amazing dessert tables that are pleasing to the eyes
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Planning: Tips for Groom – Part 3

Give him the wheel- let your groom choose the wedding day transportation and put him I charge of booking it. Make sure he covers transportation for the entire wedding party to and from all events on your wedding day Trust his fashion sense- The two of you should discuss limitations of course but give him
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Planning: Tips for Groom – Part 2

Release his inner Shakespeare – A groom with a creative, romantic side may excel at writing your vows. If you are using traditional vows he may lie to choose the readings for your wedding ceremony. Use his hands – Grooms who are skilled at carpentry can also be put to work. Have him build an
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Planning: Tips for the Groom – Part 1

Let’s face it, most men won’t be jumping at the chance to help choose table linens or china patterns for your wedding reception. Many men will even have trouble remembering to pick up their tuxes. There is no one size fits all solution to getting your husband to be involved in planning your wedding. It
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