Posted By : Date : Brittany | 11-14-2013
Weddings have become the celebrations they are today after being molded by years of traditions. Some traditions we follow, even if we don’t know exactly how or why they started. Whose bright idea was it to smear the most expensive cake you’ll likely ever buy onto your face while wearing the most expensive dress you’ll ever buy? Who decided it appropriate to crawl up under the bride’s dress for the garter toss while your young cousins and great grandparents watch? Source: United with Love Of course these things are often…
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Posted By : Date : thomas | 11-06-2013
In a time when extravagance rules everything we see on television, and “bridezillas” set the standard for acceptable behavior, many couples planning their weddings strive to achieve the antithesis for their big day. We look to our histories and the weddings and lasting relationships of our parents and grandparents for inspiration, creating a matchless vintage wedding that is remembered for years to come. Source: Pinterest One of the major benefits of having a vintage wedding is that it can be done on a low budget, while emulating the feel of…
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Posted By : Date : Brittany | 10-17-2013
Winter weddings, the often overlooked time for celebration, tossed aside for spring flowers and the summer sun. But just because sandals are off limits in January, doesn’t mean it isn’t a great time for a wedding as well. Winter wedding trends will have every bride and groom contemplating marrying while the temperatures are low. With venue rates often lower in the winter for certain locations, having a winter wedding could open doors that may otherwise stay locked during summer months. And the trends for winter weddings set them apart from…
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Posted By : Date : Brittany | 10-04-2013
The buzzword of the decade is green. Green vehicles, green buildings, green packaging. So why not throw a green wedding into the mix? Weddings traditionally are filled with items of “one time use.” Bridesmaid dresses get pushed to the back of the closet, centerpieces are boxed up and donated to charity, and programs lay crumpled in the trash bin. Source: Estate Weddings & Events For a twist on the usual program, offer the schedule of events on a chalkboard, and invite guests to photograph it for reference throughout the wedding.…
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