Note: Browse our farm wedding favors page to shop reception favors for your farm wedding. Calling all nature lovers! Why get married in a stuffy hotel ballroom when you love the great outdoors? For anyone looking for a unique outdoor wedding site, consider having your event on a local farm. There are all different types of farms that host special events. There are historical farms, orchards, farms with animals or farms without animals, dairy farms, berry farms, and more. For anyone interested in having their wedding at a farm, you are sure to find one that suits you perfectly. Many farms […]
The June 5th Party Deal of the Day is red canvas favor bags for $.99 (remember to get your additional 10% off through this link by using SZCJC9 in promo code box on first page of checkout). These bags, regular $2.49, are very large 7 1/2 ” high x 8 1/2″ wide. The offer changes daily (through the same link), so check back often for great deals.
Your roots are all country and you want to show it off? Consider a western wedding cake and western-themed reception. Western cake toppers are the obvious choice for the cake, but there are other creative choices, too. To get the ideas flowing, take a look at pictures in Google Images and the western accessories here. Encircle the wedding cake with a rhinestone-encrusted belt, embellish with boot- or star-shaped magnets / tins, or embed country western seals in the icing for decoration The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.
Traditional and other mainstream wedding gowns are everywhere you turn. But what if you want a dress that honors a piece of your heritage? That’s more of a challenge. Fortunately, you are not limited to local wedding shops. Nearly anything imaginable can be purchased online. Here, we’ve just added a heritage dress section. Peruse specialty wedding dresses here: – Celtic Wedding Gowns – Chinese Wedding Gowns – The Hawaiian Wedding Dress – Indian Wedding Dresses – Mexican Wedding Dresses
We’ve just updated the pink wedding gown pages with the latest fashions. If sashes and trim are more your speed, check here (most are available in a wide variety of accent colors). And don’t forget the pink wedding essentials. While you are browsing, check out the up-to-minute pink shoe fashions. (The Chaz heel is to die for!)
Whether you are a bride-to-be, parent, or guest, today’s tough economic news is likely to have you worried — gas prices over $4.00 a gallon and climbing, mortgage industry gloom and doom, increasing unemployment, and generally higher prices. This may not be the best time to splurge on an expensive wedding or gift. The good news is that not all wedding items must be purchased at expensive specialty or department stores. Mainstream retailers such as Kohls or Target, for example, not only have bridal registries and carry items appropriate for gift-giving, but carry some wedding supplies as well. As an […]
As I mentioned yesterday, used wedding dresses are a great source for a cheap wedding dress. Another idea for saving money is to purchase new gowns made to resemble designer dresses. In general, you order the gown based on a photo of an existing dress. A seamstress, usually in an Asian country, then recreates the general look of the pictured gown — often for less than $100. I’ve read both positive and negative critiques of this approach to purchasing a wedding gown. Whether these dresses are right for you depends on your own priorities: If you expect the same quality […]
If you are like many newly engaged people, your thoughts about wedding planning can be summed up in one word: clueless. You may have feelings about specific aspects of your wedding, but detailed wedding ideas are probably few. After deciding on the date and dreaming over a few wedding dresses, you will want to decide what type of wedding you want. There is, of course, the traditional formal wedding (held in the evening, with flowing gown, long bridesmaid dresses, and tuxedo-ed groomsmen). Or the less formal one (in a church, daytime, shorter gowns, suits for the guys). But for the […]
It took us a while to decide which photographer to use for Amarette and Steve’s wedding. We all wanted a journalistic-style photographer with a lot of experience. Steve’s sister, Christy, has several friends who have been burned by unprofessional photographers (not delivering the photos in a timely manner, etc). His family has also used a premium photographer — St. Louis Color — for several weddings and they are very happy with the work. I agree, but am freaking out about paying $3,500 for photos! My belief was there must be photographers out there who are dependable, do great work, and […]