Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Wedding Gown, Wedding Dress Questions

Can you suggest some alternatives to a veil?

Consider how you want to wear you hair. A romantic ostrich-feather comb can perfectly accessorize any type of up-do. If you prefer to wear your hair down, dress up your look with a jeweled headband. For short haired brides, another great alternative to a traditional long veil is a stunning birdcage net.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Destination wedding dresses

If you are a future bride and you are not afraid to show some leg at your wedding, then a minidress may be the wedding dress for you. Believe it or not, one of the growing trends for destination wedding dresses is high hemlines. The short wedding dress has raised it's hemline from right below the knee to above the knee.

Friday, September 25, 2009

Wedding Q & A

Wedding Dress Question: I'm worried about squinting in the sunlight for my wedding pictures. Any suggestions?

Answer: Borrow a groomsman’s dark jacket and lay it on the ground in front of you. The dark color will help you soak up the sun and keep some of its reflection off of you. And in between shots, keep glancing at the jacket. The dark color will give your eyes a rest from the light, which will curb your need to squint.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Wedding Q & A

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Honeymoon tips:

When planning and taking your honeymoon, remember that your time is limited and you don't want to waste a minute. You have already picked out your wedding gown. Mapping out what you are planning on doing in advance means you can relax when you get to your destination.

Go to the neighborhood hangouts once you arrive at your destination. Steer clear of all the tourist traps so that you get a taste of the destinations real attributes.

Alone time on a honeymoon is fun but socialize with the locals so that you make new friends and learn about new places. Be it a jazz club or a late night bar or dancing on the beach, meeting new people adds a special memory to the event that you will never forget.

When you are in taxis chat with the driver as they are a really good resource for local activities. Often these conversations reveal gems of places that you wouldn't have visited if you hadn't had the chat with the driver.

Before you leave home, download music or grab a booked inspired by the place you are visiting. You will always associate the music with the trip for a lifetime.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Wedding Questions

Nothing screams elegance and refinement quite like a pair of white gloves for your wedding gown. Just the idea of them is enough to conjure up iconic images of Camelot or Breakfast at Tiffany’s. In fact, gloves used to be a must for all formal events. These days, however, they’re more of a fashion statement – and are completely optional.

Friday, September 18, 2009

Beach Weddings

There’s nothing quite as alluring as a beach wedding, but it’s important to maintain that theme with your wedding favors. Make sure your wedding guests leave with more than just sand in their sandals. The following beach wedding favors are fun, inexpensive and sure to conjure beachside memories for years to come:

Shell design place card holders
Beach-themed glass coaster wedding favors
Flip-flop photo frame
Starfish wine stopper
Beach pail candle holder favors
“Hot Wedding” themed sunscreen favors
Palm tree wedding favor boxes
Palm tree themed soap

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Wedding Q & A

The perfect wedding jewelry can make your wedding gown even more spectacular. There's no better day for the bride to feel beautiful and elegant. Be careful not to be over accessorized, the bride should look like a true beauty.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

The Unveiling

Veils with unexpected details will give your big-day look an altogether modern spin and have you walking down the white carpet in style. Whether trimmed in ruffles and decorated with delicate floral embroidery, embellished with satin ribbon piping along an asymmetrical hem or sprinkled with silver bugle beads and draped over a sparkling tiara.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Have a Tress Rehearsal

Bring a snapshot of your wedding gown and headpiece to your hairstylist. If you’ll need hair extensions, ask your stylist to order them now; they’ll need to be cut and colored to match your hair. Still having trouble committing to a look? Try a classic chignon or a half-up, half down creation. Both are timeless and work on most women. After your hair is done put on a party dress and hit the town so you can see hot the hairstyle makes you feel.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Three Easy Ways To Save

Use less fabric. The bigger the gown the heftier the price tags. To keep costs down, shop for a simple silhouette like a streamlined sheath, curve flattering mermaid cut, or short, sassy cocktail dress.

Choose fewer details. Embellishment is pretty but the handwork increases the expense. You can cut corners by selecting an unadorned gown and adding your own flourishes like a vintage brooch or jeweled belt.
Go for a blended lining. Order your wedding gown with a polyester-blend lining instead of pure silk and you could save up to $600.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Wedding Officiant

Looking for a wedding officiant and have no idea where to start? Although many couples generally select their officiant depending upon what religious services they attend, others face the daunting prospect of finding a virtual stranger to play such an integral role on their wedding day. Here are a few tips of things to look for when searching for an officiant:

Look over their websites. Many officiant sites provide helpful links and testimonials. Some officiants are starting to not only include sample videos of ceremonies, but also links to other practical information, like how to apply for a marriage license or name change. Some sites even have worksheets or outlines to help couples write their vows.

When you meet your potential officiants, don’t rush through the conversation. Weddings can often be filled with unpredictable moments; you need to find someone who is highly adaptable to any situation.

Above all, if you can avoid it, don’t "settle" for an officiant. If you don’t feel at ease around them, or strongly disagree on philosophical or religious issues, keep looking. Your ceremony should be tailored to what the two of you believe is significant.

Friday, September 4, 2009

Dress Up Your Hair

Think beyond the long white veil. Whether you add sparkle with a crystal pin, comb, or a brooch secured with bobby pins. Place it at least two inches away from the face, behind one ear, on the side of a chignon, around a low ponytail, or in the crease of a French roll. Your accessory shouldn’t overwhelm your hairstyle.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Throw a Backyard Wedding

Whether it’s the spot where you’ve spent countless summers your groom’s family residence or the house of a close friend, a private home makes an ideal wedding locale. Set the tone before the big day by choosing an invitation with an emblem or color relating to the spot, such as flower found on the property or a fresh, grassy and carry the motif though in your reception décor and even your cake.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Wedding Q & A

Q: It bothers me that my fiancés buddies are planning a wild night out for him before we get married. Would it be wrong to send a couple of friends to the clubs they’re visiting and ask them to report back?”

A: Sending spies to the club will only cause a lack of trust and feelings of betrayal between you both If they are found out. He’ll probably have a great time but come running home to you after a night in a club. Step back let him have his fun.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Wedding Q & A

Q: My boyfriend has proposed but hasn’t given me a ring yet. Do I tell people our news or wait for the ring?

A: The ring definitely matters, but it will come eventually. Sometimes they want to make sure they have the ring you really want. You can get married without a ring but not without a proposal. You can still tell everyone you’re getting married, maybe after you’ve gone public, he will feel the pressure to get the ring.