Monthly Archives: October 2010

Reception: Mother – Son Dance

The Mother-Son dance is a typical part of most wedding receptions. This is where the groom and his mother enjoy a dance together. This is typically a rather important part of the wedding reception and can be an enjoyable time for both parties. Just like the first dance with the bride and groom this time
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Reception: Father – Daughter Dance

The father-daughter dance is a typical part of most wedding receptions. This is where obviously the bride dances with her father. While for a multitude of reasons, it is not always the father sometimes the mother, uncle, brother, or step-father is substituted. Still this classic dance is important for most brides on their wedding day.
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Planning: Create Your Own Wedding Newsletter

You’ve got your ring, selected your bridesmaids, and now you are ready to start getting stuff done! It’s time to start assigning your bridesmaids with their duties. No, you don’t want to be a dictator but, naturally you would like some help. All of your gals are most likely eager and ready to help you
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Ceremony: Warm Wedding Tips

For a better part of the country, the end of the summer season means humid and  down right unbearably hot days. Sometimes nights even. So what to do when your wedding is outdoors in mid August? Sit down, relax, and read our tips. (In the air-conditioning of course) Make sure that the venue in which
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Reception: Wedding Reception First Dance

Your first dance is an important part of the wedding reception. It is also a wonderful chance to share a moment with your honey.  There is so much hubbub and greeting and chatting with guests that it is difficult to sneak in some moments together. That is what makes the bit of time together where
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Cake: Wedding Cake Shapes and Styles

Cakes come in all different shapes and sizes so how do you decide which one is right for you? Luckily we’ve decided to explore into the world of cake shapes and fill you in on what to know about what size to choose. Round Probably the most common shape of a wedding cake and the
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Reception: Wedding Reception – Food Cart Ideas

Couples everywhere are jumping on the food cart bandwagon. A particularly popular trend emerging at weddings everywhere is the end of the night food cart. Fast forward to the end of the evening, dinner was hours ago and your guests have been dancing and drinking for a while now. They are hungry and growing weary.
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The Wedding Day: Mismatched Bridesmaids Dresses

For years we’ve been trained to have all the bridesmaids match exactly. From there dress cut and color, to the jewelry and the shoes. But over the past decade or so, bride’s are saying goodbye to the overly matched bridesmaids and welcoming a mismatch style. There are several different ways to incorporate the non-matching yet
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