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Wedding Favor Checklist The Responsibility For Wedding Favors

When couples are organizing a wedding, many of the couples have to select wedding favors and choose the appropriate models for the occasion; this can be a pretty daunting task to do, therefore, couples might feel overwhelmed at certain points and thus experiment a lot of frustration because they cannot find the right gifts to give at the wedding. Plus, there are also a number of other details including the location, the catering company, the centerpieces and the meal boards which amount to a significant number of other decisions to make.
Therefore, for these couples who are in need of some organization in order to ease off frustration it is important that couples name, for instance a family member of perhaps a friend to become responsible for the choice of wedding favors. If the partners really want to concentrate on other things rather than on the wedding favors, then it would be a wonderful idea to name someone else to do the job. Therefore, you will find below in the articles some guidelines regarding how to choose the correct wedding favors for your special event and how to insure that the person you have left in charge with………….

Add a comment December 30, 2008

Ostrich Feather Centerpiece Photo Gallery

The vases used to create the ostrich feather centerpieces are called Eiffel tower vases. Eiffel Tower Vases come in a variety of colors, heights and finishes, frosted and clear. To make the illuminating light in the vase, you can use the the 8 hour lights sold in craft stores(wal-mart) They also come in different colors. You buy them in a pack but they are individual bulbs, once you twist the buld to ignite it, it will last for 8 hours and you won’t have to worry about it. You can also use any type or color feathers you want to use. You can also use feathers as accents in your bridal bouquet or put them in floral centerpieces

Add a comment December 29, 2008

One Minute Guide To Wedding Invitation Wording

Writing a wedding invitation used to follow a very formal format, but now days it is more of a relaxed process. This having been said, there are still guidelines to follow for writing well received invites for your potential guests. The steps can be broken down into ten areas that will take you no more than a minute of your time to review and you will be on your way to organizing your invites with proper wedding invitation wording.
Step One : Addressing the invite
The people inviting the guests should always be the ones who are paying for the event. More traditionally it is the bride’s parents, but now days it can be the bride and groom or the groom’s parents. Either way, you will write “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” or “John Smith and Judy Hall” at the top of the page. If more than one couple is paying for the wedding, the correct wedding invitation wording would be:
Mr and Mrs James SmithTogether withMr and Mrs Malcolm Hall

Add a comment December 19, 2008

Benefits Of A Wedding Invitation Template

If you are planning a wedding, one of the choices you must make fairly early is what kind of wedding invitation you want to use. There are thousands of choices, ranging from classic to contemporary designs, with everything else in between. Along with design styles, you can also find invitations in a variety of prices, and if you are interested in saving a bit of money, choosing a wedding invitation template is often the best choice. Why should you choose a wedding invitation template? Consider the following benefits:
Benefit #1: Price
First and foremost, wedding invitation templates are going to be extremely inexpensive. In fact, you can even find free wedding invitation templates. Considering all of the costs involved with a wedding, any savings available should be taken advantage of if possible. In many instances, the designs are not free, but because you are using a template design rather than creating your own, you may find that they…….

1 comment December 4, 2008

Top Ten Wedding Video Dos and Don’ts

Nowadays, with professional wedding videography services costing anywhere from $1500 – $2500+, couples who are planning a wedding on a budget are throwing up their hands and saying “forget it” and resigning themselves to being happy with what friends or relatives shoot with their personal video cameras.
If you are one of these friends or family members who have been recruited to shoot the wedding video, or even if you’ve kindly volunteered, following our list of the top ten wedding video dos and don’ts will go a long way toward helping you capture the special day with near-professional results.
1. Do meet and communicate with all key participants
Talk to the bride and groom about what they want videotapedIntroduce yourself to the minister and get his approval for your presence in and around the altar.If utilizing additional videographers, let them know exactly what is expected of them……………

Add a comment December 2, 2008

How to Find the Right Wedding Videographer

Wedding videography is a skill and an art. It’s an imperative part of a wedding as it is meant to capture the feelings and emotions of your special day. Here are some things to look for in a professional videographer.


Make sure the wedding videographer fits your personality and style. There are many videographers out there and they all have their own style. As you watch sample videos on websites or demos, check to see if the photographer is versatile. If the videographer always does the same style of wedding video, they aren’t adjusting to the bride and grooms personalities. A good videographer will get to know the bride and groom before doing their wedding……..

Add a comment December 2, 2008

Planning Ahead for Las Vegas Weddings

Planning a wedding can be a stressful time, even though your wedding will be one of the most special days of your life. There are many details to keep track of and a lot of people that are involved from the mother of the bride to the ring bearer, plus all of the vendors you’ll be working with. If you don’t plan ahead and have a good organizational system in place, you might lose track of important details or become too stressed out over your wedding arrangements. Planning ahead for Las Vegas weddings is one of the most important things you can do to keep yourself calm and on track for our big day.

Creating a List

Las Vegas weddings involve a lot of details, so it’s important to have a master list of tasks that need to be completed before your wedding. Some of these tasks can include buying a dress, booking a church, booking a reception location, renting tuxedos, arranging for the services of a florist, and booking a band or other musical group. You should make a list of these tasks and note when they need to be completed so that you have a master checklist that you can follow throughout the….

Add a comment November 21, 2008

Beautiful Wedding Hairstyles

The day you have waited for all your life has finally arrived. This is the day when you are going to walk down that aisle and say “I do” to the love of your life. As with every bride to be, you want this day to go perfectly and to look perfect, especially you. Brides have many concerns on their wedding day, one concern is the kind of hairstyle that you should have on this momentous occasion.
Choosing a wedding hairstyle that is perfect for you and in tune with what you want can be easy. You can consult with a professional hairstylist a few weeks before your wedding. This professional hairstylist and make-up artist may need to see your wedding gown and veil. This will help to assess what hairstyle you should wear on your wedding day. If you hairstylist thinks that you should have your hair in a chignon on your special day, yet you have short hair, don’t fret or think that the hairstylist you consulted is crazy. With the use of hair extensions and falsies you can have a chignon for…….

Add a comment November 19, 2008

Wedding Hair Style Tips: Choose Your Wedding Day Hairstyle Carefully

Women like to look glamorous, elegant and sexy on their wedding day so they usually take the time to choose an extravagant dress, stunning shoes and make up, and then there is the hair style. Whoa boy! Women usually have a stylist visit them when they are getting ready for the wedding, which costs a fortune, or they visit the parlour early in the morning before their wedding to get their chosen hair style done.
A woman’s hair may be her crowning glory, but getting a new ‘do’ just before a big event in your life can be a major mistake. Plan ahead with any chemical treatments – bleaching, colouring, streaking, perming or straightening – and if you’re considering any radical changes in length or style do it at least six to eight weeks before the big event, this way it gives you and your hair time to adjust together and….

Add a comment November 19, 2008






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