Monthly Archives: October 2012

Planning: Picking Your Wedding Date

‘Tis the season for romantic holiday engagements! Over 25% of dating couples get engaged during the holiday season that spans between Thanksgiving through New Years, making it the most romantic time of the bridal season! Once all the tinsel and wrapping paper settles, newly engaged couples will be faced with a number of decisions to be
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Ceremony: Important Traditions for the Ceremony

There are several traditions that people will say have to be included in the ceremony.  In reality, it is up to you which ones you choose to acknowledge; after all, it is your day.  Here are few traditions that are important to have as part of you ceremony. Probably the oldest, most universal and most
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Planning: Fall Wedding Decorations

The romantic atmosphere of a fall wedding captures the interest of many couples. Fall is the time of harvest and this leaves many options available when deciding which decorations to choose for your wedding celebration.Two holidays available during the autumn seasons include Halloween and Thanksgiving. Both holidays utilize a fall color scheme. This helps make
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Traditions: Wedding Guest Book or Wedding Journal?

We have all written our names in the traditional, white, leather bound guest book upon entering a church for a wedding.  This has been a long standing tradition used as a keepsake for the bride and groom.  Most guest books have several pages that remain empty and then usually end up stored away in a
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Flowers: Fall Wedding Flowers

Autumn is naturally one of the most beautiful times of the year.  It conjures up thoughts of bright foliage and a rich palette of color: golden yellows, oranges, deep reds, browns, deep purple, copper and peach.  Choosing the right flowers and decorations for your fall wedding will add color and magic to your special day.
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Ceremony: A Personal Touch to a Wedding Ceremony

I love when I go to a wedding and something during the ceremony takes me by surprise in a good way. Just recently I attended a wedding where the officiant had upon one of the first meetings with the couple asked them to write down on separate pieces of paper the attributes about the other
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Inspiration: Ideas for a Halloween Wedding

Halloween for many people is a favorite holiday. With all of the dressing up, the over the top decorations and costumes, and of course the candy what is not to love? It makes sense, that many October brides choose to incorporate pieces of this beloved holiday into their wedding. During the Ceremony Consider having the
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Planning: Fall Wedding – Location

Have you or a loved one always dreamed of an outdoor wedding, vows taken with nature as a front seat observer? When exchanging vows under the sun or the stars, be sure to expect the unexpected. But with some creativity, planning and foresight, the adventurous couple can have the wedding of their dreams. When you’re choosing your
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The Wedding Day: Fall Wedding – What to Wear

Most nuptials take place during the warmer months, though more and more are extending into fall and winter. In most cases, weddings are huge events shared by couples and their families and friends. Attending such a big part of a couple’s life calls for special attire. Planning what to wear to celebrate a friend or
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Flowers: Fall Wedding – Colors and Flowers

A fall wedding can be very beautiful with the natural colors of the season and the beautiful memories and photos that come with it are sure to be cherished. It is a beautiful time to have a wedding with the seasons changing and beautiful warm leaves falling from the trees. Falling Leaves Wedding Invitations The
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