Monthly Archives: October 2012

Cake: Fall Wedding Cakes

Fall is arguably a bride’s favorite time of the year to get married. The color palette that nature provides this time of year is simply exquisite. Autumn weddings often have a more relaxed and laid back look compared to their often all-out spring counterparts. A trend for this year’s fall bride is the simple wedding
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Planning: Some Wedding Thoughts – Accessories

Historically, the first aisle runners were placed down as a protection for the bride and groom. It was believed that evil spirits lived under the church floor and that the aisle runner would protect the bride and groom as they walked down the aisle. Traditionally it symbolizes a “pathway of purity.”  In early days, when roads were not
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Reception: Some Wedding Thoughts – Party Favors

A party favor or party favour is a small gift given to the guests at a party as a gesture of thanks for their attendance, a memento of the occasion, or simply as an aid to frivolity. It is traditional in some Western cultures for the guests at bridal showers and weddings to receive party favors; these vary in price and durability in accordance with
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Wedding Party: Some Wedding Thoughts – The Bachelorette Party

Whenever there is a wedding there almost always comes a bachelor party and bachelorette party, a tradition started in Europe that slowly grew and migrated to the United States. The bachelor and bachelorette parties are when the groom-to-be and bride-to-be get together with their friends and celebrate their last free night as a single man and woman.
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