Monthly Archives: December 2010

Reception: S’mores Bar – Part 3

Now that you have all of your supplies it’s time to decorate! At an indoor ceremony setting up a table near the cake table would be a good option. You can purchase small “smore makers” these small contraptions are metal containers that house a sterno flame for you to toast your marshmallow on. They typically
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Reception: S’mores Bar – Part 2

S’more making supplies would include: Chocolate bars- Whether you choose to go with old stand-by’s from your childhood or decadent gourmet brands is up to you. We suggest purchasing the typical milk chocolate of course but then, throw in a few different popular candy bar flavors. Such as peanut butter cups, carmel filled bars, and
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Reception: S’mores Bar – Part 1

Extra “treat stations” are all the rage at wedding receptions lately. We have seen so many variants of this new trend from the always popular candy buffet, to the build your own ice cream sundae, and even cookie buffets that we have mentioned before. The newest one that we can’t wait to share with you
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Uncategorized: Merry, Merry!

Wishing you and yours the merriest of holidays! To get you into the “spirits” of the season, our gift to our dedicated blog readers is our world famous recipe for Godiva Chocolate Martinis. Enjoy friends! Godiva Chocolate Martinis 4 servings ~ 1/2 cup Godiva Chocolate Liqueur ~ 1/2 cup vodka ~ good vanilla ice cream ~
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: How to Enjoy a Bridal Fair, Show or Event – Part 1

Once you have decided you are going to attend one you’ll have several different things to keep in mind. Because you have probably heard stories about them from both sides, from how much fun they are (they really can be) to how frustrating they are (yep, that to). These events are supposed to be fun,
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: Planning a Bachelorette Party – Part 2

Planning a friend’s bachelorette party can be a great time. Below we’ve gathered some tips for you to make sure your bride and her entourage have a fantastic and fun filled farewell to the single life. T-minus two weeks: 10.) Double check any reservations that you have made. This includes transportation, hotel, entertainment, and even
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Planning: Planning a Bachelorette Party – Part 1

Planning a friend’s bachelorette party can be a great time. Below we’ve gathered some tips for you to make sure your bride and her entourage have a fantastic and fun filled farewell to the single life. About six to eight weeks prior to the event: 1.) Talk with your bride about what type of party
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Flowers: December Wedding – Part 2

The December birth flower is stated as being the narcissus also known as the daffodil. This flower usually appears as a yellow or white bowl shaped flower. They look lovely carried down the aisle in small bunches. Flowers this time of the year are more abundant than you would think. Holly and freesia are both
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Planning: December Wedding – Part 1

December is the last month of the year and also the coldest month for those of us here in the northern hemisphere. In latin decem means ten as usually the appearance of this month changed from month ten to month twelve. It had been previously the tenth month in the Roman calendar. This time of
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