Brooches are quickly becoming one of the hottest wedding trends for women to incorporate into their special day. Everything from ornaments, to wedding favors, and, yes, even to wear – brooches are back in style this wedding season. Using family brooches combined with new brooches can add a personal touch to your wedding day and show off your own unique style. Here are a few ideas to consider as your wedding day approaches.
Your wedding day is an extension of your own unique personality. Wedding invitations are the first step to setting the tone of the big day for your guests and offer you a perfect chance to tell everyone a little bit about you.
Boost Your Theme
These days it’s very common for a bride and groom to choose a theme for their wedding to follow. Some of the most popular themes right now include rustic chic, modern, vintage, and a farm theme. As well, many couples like to choose a theme for their wedding that relates to their favorite media or books – Shakespeare themes are always very popular.
As soon as you say yes to the biggest question in your life, you realize there’s a lot more to planning a wedding then picking out a day and a dress.
You will find yourself suddenly bombarded with one million things to do. The learning curve can be huge, but the good news is that you’ll have a lot of help along the way.
Looking for ways to include the touch of gold in your wedding theme? Then you’re probably already using gold foil, gold table accents, and you probably used gold as a way to embellish your wedding invitation boxes.
Are you celebrating a golden anniversary or retirement from a long career? Gold is the standard for longevity and quality.
Gold is the preferred accent being used by party planners this year, and there’s good reason why. It’s the perfect metallic accent because of it’s warmth and glow. Gold adds a rich touch of elegance and sets a standard of high expectations.
Designing the perfect wedding invitation is easy. All you have to do is follow some of the hottest invitation trends this year and pick out the one that suits you best.
Our three top picks include gold foil, alternative materials and fun fonts.
Whether you are getting married, Baptizing the baby, or celebrating your retirement, you’ve probably wondered if you should use e-vites or go with the high end invitation. They’ve that have their place in the world celebrations; It just depends what kind of celebration like to have.
Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of each.
Your wedding celebration is representative of your ability to create uniqueness.
Today’s newlywed’s look less to replicating what’s already been done in favor of forging ahead and creating new and personalized experiences for their guests.
Why can’t a wedding have comfort foods like mac ‘n cheese or hot wings (or both!)? Who is to say that a bocce ball court and a bouncy tent are inappropriate for your guests? What if you prefer disc golf to a disc jockey? You can create the celebration you want.
Certain events in a person’s life are celebrated with established customs and traditions. Often these traditions have been handed down through each generation. Some span eras of time.
You’ve likely heard the wedding rhyme, “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. Every bride looks for something new to carry forward. What she might not realize is that she is carrying her family’s history forward. A family tradition, such as wearing a special pair of earrings or carrying the family Bible is a way to remember and honor the choices of those who walked your same path.
Believe it or not, some people spend less than 10% of their time outdoors. What with working in offices, commuting in either personal or public transportation vehicles, less little chance to catch a breath of fresh air, much less enjoy it.
Busy lives have been made all the busier with the computers that were supposed to reduce your work schedule and allow you more outdoor time in the first place. Instead, if you’re like most people, you get your outdoor time in by walking from building to building.
Summer lies ahead. With summer comes long days full of sunshine, bright blue skies and warmer temperatures. Much, much warmer temperatures.
If you decide on an outdoor wedding and reception, keep in mind that not all of your guests appreciate balmy days the way you do. And even if they do love them, they are not going to love when the gentle stops and the heats descends on them.