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Junko Yoshioka Bridal Wear Collection

Wed, 18 Aug 2010 01:35:00 +0000

Junko Yoshioka offers you the finest collection of designer wedding dresses that's perfect on your wedding day. See some of their samples for Fall 2010.




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Monique Lhuillier Beautiful Wedding Gowns

Wed, 11 Aug 2010 02:53:00 +0000

See the following samples of Monique Lhuillier beautiful styles of wedding gowns.


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Beautiful Wedding Accessories

Thu, 14 Jan 2010 02:21:00 +0000

Below are the beautiful styles of wedding accessories that you can check out.




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Oheka Castle: Best Wedding Venue

Fri, 18 Dec 2009 02:42:00 +0000

Need more ideas and tips for your bridal planning? Check out this video about Oheka Castle, one of the most interesting wedding venues in Long Island.


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Tips For a Stress Free Wedding

Wed, 25 Nov 2009 03:09:00 +0000

Wedding is one of the most important moments of life. There are lots of things that you have to consider when planning for your wedding. Here are the following ideas for a stress-free bridal planning.

ASAP

1. Create your budget. This is the first step and most important in planning for your wedding. You should know how much you are going to spend.

2. Make a guest list. You have to figure out how many guests you'd like to invite.

9-12 months
3. Spread the word. Inform your guests the date especially those who are out-of-town.

4. Look for the gown.

5. Book your vendors. Ask family and friends for recommendations, and don't forget to check out our online message boards for advice from other brides.

6 Months
6. Plan your honeymoon! Book early in hotels and airfare to get the best prices.

7. Register for gifts.

3 Months
8. Send out invites. Give guests plenty of time to RSVP, and for you to follow up with those that don't respond.

9. Choose your wedding bands.Remember, this is a piece of jewelry you'll be wearing for the rest of your life!

One Month
10. Get your license! Keep in mind that some states require a waiting period before the license is issued.



Top Wedding Reception Songs

Mon, 16 Nov 2009 02:05:00 +0000

It's your wedding day and you want to make sure that your guests enjoy on your reception. Tto get the party started, it's important to select a songs that your guests are familiar with and have a beat that they just can't resist. So to help with your bridal planning, here are the top wedding songs that you can choose to get your guests partying on the floor.


1) Let's Get it Started - Black Eyed Peas (2003)

2) Don't Stop Believin' - Journey (1981)

3) Just Dance - Lady Gaga (2008)

4) Single Ladies - Beyonce (2008)

5) Girls Just Want To Have Fun - Cyndi Lauper (1983)

6) Livin' On A Prayer - Bon Jovi (1984)

7) The Way You Make Me Feel - Michael Jackson (1987)

8) Don't Stop The Music - Rihanna (2008)

9) Sexy Back - Justin Timberlake (2006)

10) I Love the Night Life - Alicia Bridges (1978)

11) Runaround Sue - Dion and the Belmonts (1961)

12) Stayin' Alive - The Bee Gees (1977)

13) Thriller - Michael Jackson (1982)

14) Disco Inferno - The Trammps (1976)

15) You Shook Me All Night Long - AC/DC (1986)

16) Brick House - Commodores (1977)

17) Dancing Queen - ABBA (1976)

18) Shout! - The Isley Brothers (1959)

19) Pour Some Sugar On Me - Def Leppard (1987)

20) Bad Girls - Donna Summer (1979)



Wedding Cakes Design by Sylvia Weinstock

Wed, 28 Oct 2009 03:14:00 +0000

Here are more of wedding cake designs by Sylvia Weinstock, check them below. I'm sure this could help in your bridal planning.



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Sporting Events Tips For Your Wedding

Thu, 22 Oct 2009 10:25:00 +0000

Sports-minded couples are increasingly finding ways to incorporate their active lifestyles into their wedding planning options. Organized tennis, biking, hiking, skiing, kayaking and even hockey are some of the ways brides are keeping guests entertained and keeping themselves relaxed. Some look upon a friendly tourney or sporting event as a moment of Zen, a way to blow off wedding-planning stress and instill a bit of normalcy into a whirlwind weekend.

Once you decide to make an organized activity part of your wedding weekend, set plans early, especially if you're scheduling it for a weekend. Drum up excitement by sending out separate invitations. Include a note about what attire is recommended for the activity and what equipment will be supplied. Giving out token prizes to participants for additional fun. Offer options for those who want to hang back and opt out of the activities, even if it's providing a comfortable seat to enjoy their roles as spectator and cheerleaders.



Wedding Dresses by Priscilla of Boston

Fri, 09 Oct 2009 02:26:00 +0000

Check out these amazing wedding dresses by Priscilla of Boston. Absolutely perfect for your wedding day!


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Guide in Arranging Wedding Day Seating

Thu, 01 Oct 2009 03:03:00 +0000

For some couples, trying to figure out where to seat guests becomes less about creating a festive atmosphere than keeping warring factions apart. So seating aunts who hold grudges against cousins, divorced parents, and friends who have not seen eye-to-eye since high school can add a lot of unnecessary stress to an already strained situation. Here are some bridal planning tips on how to avoid these situations.

It's customary for a wedding reception to feature separate tables for the parents of the bride, the parents of the groom and respective family and close friends. The bridal party table is often set apart at one side or end of the room, with the bride and groom sitting together in the center, facing out toward their guests.Many modern couples maintain the tradition of a bridal party table, however, it's perfectly fine to mix it up when it comes to the rest of the table, with the bridesmaids on one side, groomsmen on the other, or allowing them to mix as they wish.

For many brides, divorced parents and feuding relatives or friends can be a fact of life. Some may even refuse to attend your event if their sworn enemy is known to be invited. So it's important that you have to discuss this matter with your parents or friends directly and individually and assure them that you will do your best to avoid uncomfortable situations. To further ensure harmony throughout the whole process, be sure to steer feuding parties clear of each other as much as possible through assigned seating and separate pre-wedding events.



Wedding Invitations Etiquette

Tue, 01 Sep 2009 03:54:00 +0000

The very first introduction your guests will have to your wedding day is your wedding invitation. Traditional etiquette gurus, such as Emily Post, have tons of tips to make sure there are no blunders on what is often your first venture into the world of the formal invite. Here are some tips for wedding invitations that could help in bridal planning.

The basics of traditional wedding invitation for formal wedding invites are typically ivory, soft cream and white. Heavyweight paper is a must for formal invites. For traditional brides, shaded and antique Roman typefaces engraved on the invite are what they prefer, but for a modern bride, there is no limit when it comes to font and printing options. When addressing your invitations, partners of invited guests-married, engaged or living together-should always be included. For a wedding invitation, the only information that should be included on the invite is who, the when, and the where.

Remember, according to Ms. Manners, “The purpose of etiquette is to create an environment that allows everyone to feel comfortable”. Consider your guests’ feelings as well as your own when crafting every step of the wedding experience and you’ll find that even if your invite is unique and outside of the norm, it will be a joy for your friends and family to receive and will have them looking forward to your big day.



Bill Levkoff Bridesmaid Dresses for Fall 2009

Thu, 27 Aug 2009 08:58:00 +0000

Choosing the bridesmaid dresses for your wedding is also important in bridal planning.



Tips on How to Choose a Wedding Dress

Wed, 29 Jul 2009 11:51:00 +0000

Wedding planning could be stressful! One of the most important thing that you have to consider is choosing your wedding dress. Here are some tips that could help you in choosing your wedding dress to make your bridal planning easy.


1. The wedding dress should be as unique as you.

2. You have consider your body type.

3. also you have to consider the cost of your wedding dress. If you are quite in a tight budget there are lots of choices that you can choose. Try to make some survey before your purchase.

4. Go online. The internet could be one of the best source to find different styles and designs of wedding gowns. This could give your ideas.

5. Visit a local bride shop and try different gowns with different styles that you like and you look good in.