Monthly Archives: June 2011

Etiquette: To Be or Not to Be – A Bridezilla That Is!

Why Sometimes It’s Okay to Be a Bridezilla   Many soon to be brides have planned the details of their weddings and all of the surrounding events, attire and everything else since they were young girls. Even brides to be who never gave it a thought get caught up in planning and have a vision all
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Ceremony: Making a Unique and Memorable Wedding Entrance

A recent emerging wedding trend is that of using signs. Signs directing us where to go such as posts pointing the way to the ceremony and reception areas. You also see them grabbing our attention when hanging above the sweets table and in many other locations.   One of the favorite places seems to be
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Ceremony: Making a Statement with Your Wedding Aisle Runner

For the most part, today’s bride wants to be unique and elegant all at the same time. And with the large DIY movement in weddings, it’s nothing new to us to hear that you’d like everything to have your personal touch. When you walk down that aisle you want your guests to not only take note
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Planning: Special Tips on Selling and Re-selling Your Wedding Items

Special Tips for Selling Do It Yourself Items When selling – Always mention that you created the items yourself.  Also offer any extra supplies you may have towards creating additional items, and be prepared for the bride who buys the items to ask for details about how you created the items so she can replicate
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Flowers: Going Green with Wedding Flowers

Wedding flowers are symbolic and a huge part of your wedding ceremony and reception. Chances are they are also taking a nice chunk of your budget. When you think about the environmental impact of a wedding, flowers may not immediately come to mind. You probably think immediately about using paper that has been recycled and keeping
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Planning: Old Wedding Poem – Part 2

Some brides are lucky enough to have an heirloom in their family that everyone uses as their something old or something borrowed. Here are some ideas to use if you don’t have an heirloom, or want a little extra continuity or happiness for good measure. Pieces of a family members wedding dress or veil– Chances
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