Monthly Archives: May 2013

Your Guests: Children at Wedding – Part 3

Keep their hands busy. Children of all ages like to touch. If all they can find is the crystal vases you used as centerpieces that is what they will use to entertain themselves. Provide crayons, art supplies, coloring books and some party favor style toys to help keep them entertained. With this in mind, if
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Your Guests: Children at Weddings – Part 1

When making your guest list you have so many decisions to make. Who gets invited? Who gets cut? Do you keep a smaller list for your dream venue or compromise to invite everyone you can think to put on the list? One of the big decisions is whether or not you will have children at
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Traditions: How the Wedding Ring is Worn

The circular ring, symbolizing undying and unending love, is traditionally worn on the third finger on the left hand. This finger was chosen based on the Greek belief that the artery from that finger flows directly to the heart. Placing the ring on the vena amoris, or love vein, thereby joined the couple’s destiny. Early
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Wedding Party: Meet and Greet Party

Quite often, the attendants of the bride and groom meet for the first time at the rehearsal.  In order to solve this, you may want to consider hosting a casual get together where everyone can be introduced to each other. Schedule this event when most of your wedding party is available.  A time in the
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