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Summer Weddings? Don’t Box Yourself In!

Summer Weddings? Don’t Box Yourself In!

With summer fast approaching, it’s time once again to bring out those notepads and begin plans for your summer-themed wedding. If you’re looking to tie the knot during the warmest time of the year, you might think that your ideas should be limited to your sunny theme

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Royal-themed Wedding Ideas

Royal-themed Wedding Ideas

Needless to say, the upcoming royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on the 29 th of April is an event which news outlets all over the world will be keeping a close eye on.

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March and April Wedding Themes and Colours Suggestions

March and April Wedding Themes and Colours Suggestions

The colours brought in by Spring always make for a great backdrop for any wedding. If you’re looking to celebrate a wedding sometime […]

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Colour of the Year 2011, Honeysuckle

Colour of the Year 2011, Honeysuckle

This colour is terrific for any season.  I’m looking forward to showing you some ways you can incorporate this colour into your wedding day.  Honeysuckle is fresh, bright, vivid yet elegant.  It can be paired with many different colours but the result is always the same……..GORGEOUS!

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Wedding Colours 2011

Wedding Colours 2011

If you are planning on getting married in 2011, you have to check out these colour trends put together by Michelle Mospens of a wedding sketchbook for wedding themes and decors.

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Spanish Wedding Customs

Spanish Wedding Customs

With Spain’s big World Cup win, I thought I’d blog about some of my favorite Spanish Wedding customs.

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Ideas For Non-Floral Centerpieces To Help Meet Small Budgets

Ideas For Non-Floral Centerpieces To Help Meet Small Budgets

Three ideas for non-floral centerpieces are; Using candles is very lovely and romantic.  It warms up the room, but is quite simple and elegant. Twigs!!  I love this centerpiece.  It is so dramatic.  Using twigs , what a unique idea.  It will be quite the conversation piece among the wedding guests. Using fruit in centerpieces is a great way to add color.  I love this idea.

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5 Ways to Tie Springtime into Your Wedding

5 Ways to Tie Springtime into Your Wedding

1.  Add a spring motif:  such as a tulip or butterfly. 2

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The Olympic Rings : Bold Wedding Colors

The Olympic Rings : Bold Wedding Colors

The five rings represent the five major regions of the world: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania. Every national flag in the world includes at least one of the five colors, which are (from left to right) blue, yellow, black, green, and red. With the 2010 Winter Olympics coming to a close in a few days, I thought I’d speak of the colors used in the Olympic Rings and how they can be a great choice for your wedding.

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