Monthly Archives: July 2013

Traditions: Writing Your Own Wedding Vows

May Suggest Custom Wedding Invitations Too Choosing to personalize your wedding vows by writing some or all of what will be spoken can be extremely important and meaningful—certainly more important than the cake you choose, the dress you will wear, the photographer you select or any of the other decisions you will have to make
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Inspiration: The Wedding Website

What Are Their Advantages? More and more couples are establishing a dedicated website to coordinate all their wedding affairs, keeping guests informed about events of the day. From bridal registry information to the engagement party, rehearsal dinner and the wedding itself, all details can be effectively coordinated through one central source. In fact, Digital Wedding
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Stationery: From Tissue Paper

To Double Envelopes! In a previous blog, we discussed the historical roots of the veil, the wedding cake and the bridal bouquet, along with wedding toasting flutes. But what about Wedding Invitations? How did people get invited to someone’s wedding before the 20th and 21st centuries? Were they even used? The short answer is ‘yes’,
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Reception: The Importance Of Wedding Favors

Unique Wedding Favor Ideas Many wedding customs date back to the Romans, who had a highly developed culture and set of traditions in many areas of life, including the wedding. Not only did they celebrate the ceremony itself, the union of the bride and groom was viewed politically, strengthening both families and their influence by
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Planning: Thinking Of A ‘Green’ Wedding?

Environmentally Friendly Strategies Abound Couples are ‘going green’ more and more these days, when planning weddings or arranging honeymoon travel that is eco-friendly. Environmentally friendly wedding planning strategies can include anything from Affordable Wedding Invitations created and delivered in digital format to creating and preparing DIY wedding invitations. From organic catering to renting hybrid limousines,
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Stationery: Thank You Cards As Important As Wedding Invitations

Showing Gratitude For Gifts And Attendance There are many details to keep track of when planning a wedding. The big day arrives, the honeymoon has come and gone and through all the excitement, it is easy to feel less urgency in sending out thank you notes. As part of their Wedding Stationary, some couples choose
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Reception: Reception Seating Chart Organization

The Effective Use Of Place Cards Not all wedding receptions require a seating chart at a sit-down dinner. What are your options? They can include either assigning guests to tables only, assigning guests to specific seats at a table by using Wedding Place Cards to guide them, or allowing guests to sit wherever they choose.
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Stationery: DIY Wedding Invitations

And The DIY Wedding Remarkably, since 60 percent of couples are living together these days, it only seems natural to have a small intimate Do-It-Yourself (DIY) wedding if that is your style. By extension, this will likely include crafting your own DIY Wedding Invitations as further example of that intimate ambiance you are hoping to
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Planning: Historical Wedding Traditions

Updated With Contemporary Style Many modern day wedding customs have roots that are centuries old, some dating back to Roman times. For example, the phrase “tie the knot” comes from a groom untying the bride’s girdle knots on their wedding night. Even though the girdles are long gone, the phrase remains, although signifying a different
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Stationery: Adding Butterflies On Wedding Invitations

A Hint Of Things To Come Every bride wants her special day to be filled with meaning in ways that express her personality, as well as that of her betrothed. While there are numerous ways to do this, one way to share your uniqueness with guests and family members is to release butterflies at the
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