Wedding Fruit Fun!

Wedding Fruit Fun!

For the fun and quirky couple, incorporating fruit into your wedding is a fantastic idea! Below are some interesting and new ideas that will be sure to add some uniqueness to your wedding. Fruity Drinks Having an outdoor ceremony? Help your guests cool down with fruity and fresh drinks! The combinations of fruits are limitless when concocting perfect drink mixes. Experiment with different mixes of fruit to complement ice cold water beforehand to find the perfect taste! For a crisp,

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Aisle Decor

Aisle Decor

The first impression of a wedding is the look and feel of the wedding ceremony. It is also the moment when the bride and groom reunite to exchange their vows after a time of separation. Clearly, the aisle and alter have to exude elegance! Light it Up For wedding ceremonies after dark, lighting up the aisle and alter is not only practical but can also give the ceremony a very special feel. Lanterns are perfect for aisle lighting, they can

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Something Borrowed, Something Blue…

Something Borrowed, Something Blue...

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a sixpence in her shoe. Keeping this bridal tradition alive and well, here are some updates for the usual items worn by brides! Shoes For the fun, whimsical bride we suggest to add royal blue heels to her bridal get-up! Think that’s bold? Get these bad boys in velvet! Not only does it qualify as the “something blue”, but it also gives the bride a sense of uniqueness. Plus, these heels

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The Groomsmen

The Groomsmen

After your groom has popped the big question to you, he has the responsibility of finding his groomsmen. Although, men tend to put off asking his friends until the very last minute. If you know your fiance is the type to avoid sentimental situations with anyone other than you, maybe you should suggest some of these ideas to get him inspired. I think a great idea for a group of rowdy men (and which ones aren’t?) is to go paintballing.

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What to Throw After the Ceremony

What to Throw After the Ceremony

Throwing rice is a fun wedding tradition that many newlyweds enjoy incorporating into their big day! Here’s a list of items that I’d recommend using and not using for your wedding. Sparklers- I really love how aesthetically pleasing these are which also makes for fantastic pictures. These are fun for all ages (still keep an eye on the kids). They also come in packs at a cheap price; try to find them around New Years Eve and July 4th for

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Going “Green”

Going “Green”

In continuation of the sustainable weddings series, we will be focusing on green tips for choosing centerpieces and wedding favors! When the term “local” is used for this blog’s purposes, local is termed as close to the wedding ceremony and reception.Using the same venue for both the wedding ceremony and reception is highly recommended for reducing transportation and carbon emissions (not to mention cost!). To reduce the amount of consumption for your wedding decor, why not recycle the brides and

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Spring Weddings 

Spring Weddings

Spring is a popular time for a wedding and one of my favorites for weddings. It’s not too cold, not too hot and usually, most of the wildflowers are in full bloom. Consider this if you’re looking for an outdoor venue, but also be prepared for any unexpected rain showers as the weather can’t be predicted that far in advance. You have so many color options to play with when planning a spring wedding! Pastels and brighter shades in almost

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The Wedding Send Off 

The Wedding Send Off

Congratulations! You’re married and now that you’ve eaten, talked and danced the night away, all that’s left is the bride and groom send off. The old traditional send off with rice is rarely used anymore because most venues don’t allow it. There are plenty of fun alternatives, however, that are sure to be even better than rice! Make sure and confirm with your venue that whatever item you end up using is allowed there. Sparklers The most common send off

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The Night Before…

The Night Before

It’s the night before your wedding, and all through the house, you cant go to sleep and your bridesmaids are running around looking for your future spouse. There are a few things you should consider doing the night before your wedding that do not consist of getting some early shut eye or your bridesmaids hunting down your soon to be hubby that went to grab some drinks with his groomsmen… 1. Whiten those pearly whites. You will be taking pictures

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The Perfect Dress

The Perfect Dress

It’s said that you will know when you find your dress; the one, perfect dress. Not only should it, hopefully, be within your budget, but it needs to fit your body type in order to help make you look your absolute best! Apple This shape describes women whose bottom and hips are full as well as their torso, but they have little waist definition. Brides with this shape should wear a dress that has a high waistline and a skirt

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