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Category Archives: Spring Weddings
Selecting the wedding party is a fun, but often difficult, decision to make. You may have trouble narrowing down your family and friends to the group you want by your side at the altar, or you may struggle to decide … Continue reading
Whether you’re on a budget or you’re planning on breaking the bank, an amazing honeymoon is within reach for every couple. For the financially frugal, a honeymoon registry is a dream come true. Traditionally, couples registered for things like pots … Continue reading
Wedding date: May 7th (Engaged April 21st 2010) Location: Piper’s Opera House – Virginia City Lodging for the bride and groom: Cobb Mansion B&B Guest count: 160 Colors: Bronze, royal blue, champagne, black and burgundy. Dress: Bought from G H … Continue reading
After getting engaged, you may find yourself confused about where to begin. You’re excited about your wedding, but have no clue where to start…that’s where My Wedding Library comes in! A free resource to engaged couples, My Wedding Library offers … Continue reading
The music that you choose for your wedding reception will set the tone and mood for the night. If you want a bumpin’ dance party, select upbeat songs that your guests can move and groove to. If you want to … Continue reading
To acquaint guests with the wedding party and the ceremony happenings, programs are a great idea. As guests being to arrive, the ushers may hand these out for guests to browse through as they are being seated. Common inclusions in … Continue reading
Spaces Design and Planning offers couples who are planning their weddings a unique spin on the traditional wedding registry – interior design services. Merging a couple into a home is an art form where design issues may develop. Conversely, if … Continue reading
Many brides become so overwhelmed with planning their wedding that they leave little time to think about pampering themselves before the big day. So, we’ve come up with a beautification timeline before your big day and some tips to follow … Continue reading
The most delicious piece in planning a wedding is the cake tasting. When meeting with a cake vendor to select your wedding cake, make sure you arrive with your sweet tooth because you’re in for a real treat. Most cake … Continue reading
Once you announce your engagement, it is recommended that you begin registering soon after. Many guests will look to your registry for pre-wedding (engagement party, bridal shower) purchases, & allows you ample time to create your wish list.
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The wedding tradition of guest favors dates to an ancient Greek legend representing the almond tree signifying impetuous youth and undying love. Each favor includes five sugar coated almonds as symbols of health, wealth, fertility, happiness and long-life. Many also … Continue reading
To seat or not to seat; probably one of the hardest parts of planning a wedding, the dreaded seating chart. There are three seating options: • None – best for small and informal events, an open seating environment. • Assign … Continue reading