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    You can be beautiful on your wedding day for $500!


    The Dress - David's Bridal 199.00



    The Shoes - Zappos.com - 59.99 (Shipping is free)



    Wedding Jewelry - Etsy.com - 59.99 (for the entire set)



    Tiara - Light in the box - 29.99



    Chapel Length Wedding Veil - Etsy.com - 29.99



    Oh hell, we have change. Let's do a Reception Dress!


    Reception Dress - David's Bridal - 99.99.



    GRAND TOTAL (DRUM ROLL) - 479.94!!!!!!!





    CUTE!!! Great deal!





    Thanks Lindsey!





    Awesome deal. Too bad David's had zero dresses in my size at that price. I would have loved it!

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  • By Janie Medley of The Bride's Café; Photos by Tori Watson of Marvelous Things Photography


    I love the look of these floral wrist corsages. No more of the old, stodgy looking corsages. Let’s give moms and grandmothers a floral design with a touch of style! For this DIY project, floral adhesive will be your BFF!   


    You will need: Peonies, Ranunculus, Jasmine Vine, Scissors, Pearl Wristlet Bracelet, Floral Adhesive



     


    Step One

    Apply a dab of floral adhesive to the center of the bracelet



     


    Step Two

    Use the bigger bloom for the center of the wristlet. First cut the stem off of
    the bloom so it will lay flat, then glue it to the center. Remember to hold the blooms to the adhesive for ten seconds after applying.



     


    Step Three

    Leaving a little stem on the small blooms, glue them to the sides of the bigger bloom



     


    Step Four

    Glue in the jasmine vine or whatever greenery you decide to use, and you are done- a perfect adornment for the mothers of the bride and groom!


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  • By: Caitlin Zentgraf 


    When you have guests flying in from coast to coast for your destination wedding weekend, it's important to keep them occupied during their stay. Get the most out of your location by gathering guests together for some of these fun activities! 


    1. Zip-lining
    2. Parasailing
    3. Snorkeling/scuba diving
    4. Boating
    5. Visiting a museum, historic site, botanical garden, or local tourist attraction
    6. Golfing
    7. Spa treatments
    8. Safari Rides
    9. Surfing
    10. Biking  

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  • By: Caroline Drake 


    French Macarons are such beautiful cookies, and can make a huge impression. Macarons, however, can also be so expensive for just one little cookie!  With a little practice, you can make your own for a fraction of the cost of buying them!  They are a perfect parting gift at a wedding, or a beautiful centerpiece at a bridal shower.   


     


    French Macarons
    (adapted from Les Petis Macarons book)
    *This recipe is great for sea level, if you are over 4,500 ft, then you may have to adjust the recipe.
    You will need: Kitchen scale, stand mixer, sifter, food processer
    Ingredients for 30 1 1/2 inch macarons:  


    1 1/4 packed cups (165 grams) almond flour 
    Pinch of fine sea salt 
    3/4 packed cup (165 grams) confectioners' sugar 
    1/4 cup water (57 grams) 
    3/4 cup (150 grams) granulated sugar 
    1/2 teaspoon (3 grams) cream of tartar 
    1/2 cup (115 grams) aged egg whites (*place egg whites in bowl, loosely cover with plastic wrap overnight in fridge) 
    4 drops gel or 6 drops food coloring (optional) 



     


    Step One 

    Preheat oven to 200 degrees F.  Measure and pulse almond flour, salt, and confectioner's sugar in the bowl of a food processor 4 times for 4 seconds each time.  Next, sift the same ingredients onto some wax paper.  This will help the macaron have a nice smooth top.   


     


    Step Two

    Place egg whites, cream of tartar, and salt in a stand mixer with a wire whisk attachment.  Begin to whisk the egg whites on medium speed until soft peaks form.


     


    Step Three

    Meanwhile, heat the granulated sugar and 1/4 cup (57 grams) of water in a small saucepan over medium-high heat and cook without stirring until the sugar reaches a soft ball stage 235 degrees F. 


     


    Step Four 

    Once the sugar water mixture has reached the soft ball stage immediately pour it slowly down the side of the mixer bowl into the egg whites, at a medium speed.  




    Step Five

    Continue whisking until the meringue forms medium peaks and is lukewarm and glossy, about 4 minutes.  Be sure not to over mix, as it causes cracking later. 



     


    Step Six 

    Fold the meringue into the dry ingredients until you reach the unique macaronage stage. When the ingredients almost seem incorporated, add the food coloring if you wish to use it. 


     


    Step Seven 

    Fold the components just enough, but not too much or the macarons will crack.  Once the ingredients are combined, lift some of the mixture about 1 inch above the bowl with the spatula.  If it retains a three-dimensional shape, fold it again.  When folded just enough, the mixture should fall right back into the bowl, with no stiffness, in one continuous, lava-like drip.  



     


    Step Eight 

    Pipe the macarons using a piping bag, and a 1/2 inch (2A) tip.  Pipe them into 1 1/2 inch circles onto a silicon or parchment lined baking sheet.



     


    Step Nine 

    Once the macarons are piped, slam the baking sheet down to remove excess air (slam 6 times from 6 inches above the table).   


    Bake the macarons for 15 minutes (until the skin forms at 200 degrees F), and then raise the temperature of the oven to 350 degrees for an additional 10-11 minutes, until the macarons just come off the baking sheet when you lift them from both ends (the centers will have risen, and will not have any dark indentations).  If the macarons darken too quickly, place a wooden spoon in the door of the oven to prop it slightly open. 


     



    Step Ten

    Place on a cooling rack, and cool completely before filling.




     


    Step Eleven

    Place the macarons out by two half shells roughly the same size and shape. 


     


    Step Twelve 

    Pipe your favorite filling (simple buttercream shown here) in the center of the flat side of the cookie.  Don't pipe the frosting all the way to the outer edge, stop just before so it won't flow over the edge.



     


    Step Thirteen

    Place the top of the cookie over the filling, then give it a little half twist.  Allow the filling to set.


     


    Place them out in boxes for your guests to bring home as favors.  Macarons freeze well, so you can wrap them in plastic, and freeze the shells.  Certain fillings freeze well too, so it's possible to make the complete cookies far in advance.  These beauties will make a big statement.  
     
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  • ReemAcra Lauren Ball Gown Dress - 3,585.00




    www.nordstrom.com


    David's Bridal Satin Ballgown - $149.99



    Nina Fulvia Bridal Pump - DSW - $49.95


     www.weddingbeeboards.com


    Stewart Wiseman Bridal Pump - Nordstrom - $298.00



    Floor Length Lighter than Air Veil - $340.00



    www.bhldn.com


    Floor Length Veil - Etsy.com $60.00



    www.etsy.com


    Ivanka Trump Onyx Earrings - $2, 995.00





    Sterling Silver Onyx Earrings - Amazon. com - $39.00


     www.amazon.com


     

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  • By: Sarah Zlotnick 


    Lots of questions swirl around what's OK and what's not when it comes to documenting a wedding via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. While experts will disagree up and down the line about what's appropriate for guests, at the end of the day it's ultimately up to the bride and groom. If you're in favor of live documentation, here's a few helpful tips for making the most of it. 


    1. Pick a #hashtag. 
    Twitter, Instagram, and now Facebook all use phrases proceeded by the "#" sign to group designated thoughts together in a consecutive stream. Pick something easy to remember, such as #DZWedding or #SmithPartyof2, and stick with the same one for all events surrounding your wedding. 


    2. Share that hashtag with your guests—just don't do it too early. 
    Sending out Save-the-Dates and then actual invitations is very exciting, but these are not the places to share your wedding hashtag (leave those for the most pertinent information). It is fine, however, to share your hashtag on your wedding website as it gets closer to your actual ceremony. Guests will be logging on for last-minute gift registry, directions, and other information, and this will get them excited to share snaps and thoughts from the day when it actually arrives.  


    3. Consider your platforms. 
    Users generally have a larger following on Twitter, but those followers are more likely to be professional, personal interest, or internet-only connections. Facebook circles are generally smaller, but your photos will more likely be seen by people who may be hurt they were not invited to the wedding. Instagram is the most private of the platforms, with people mostly following real life friends. If you're concerned about privacy, you may want to (politely) request that guests refrain from posting on a particular platform. 


    4. Wedding weekend has arrived! Now's the time to remind everyone of your hashtag. 
    Have a bunch of guests staying at one hotel? Include your hashtag on any welcome notes you leave in their rooms. When it comes time for the actual wedding, instruct greeters and members of the wedding party  to spread the word as guests arrive. You can also put include it at the top of your ceremony program. 


    5. Wait—do you really want phones out at the ceremony? 
    Think carefully about encouraging social media at your actual ceremony. Sure, it will be wonderful to see photos from the very moment you say 'I Do', but you also run the risk of amateur photographers accidentally blocking the shots of your professional ones. Having a night ceremony? There may be multiple flashes going off while you say your vows, which could be distracting. Guests are also more inclined to get sucked into their apps and/or accidentally leave alerts on, which could detract from what's happening between you and your spouse. At the end of the day, social media at your ceremony is entirely up to you, but this is one facet of the wedding that might work best when it's phone-free.  


    6. Your guests want to know what's allowed and what's not--and it's more than OK to tell them. 
    If you decide to allow social media at your ceremony, include any special rules or requests in a prominent place on your ceremony program, and ask greeters and family members to reiterate those rules as they say hello to guests. Don't worry about offending anyone too much--guests are more worried about doing something that may accidentally upset you! They'll be grateful for the clear guidelines. 


    7. Put up signs at the reception. 
    Create signs indicating your wedding hashtag and the platforms you're encouraging guests to use it on. Place those throughout the party space, perhaps with a few photobooth props by their sides (large sunglasses, mustache sticks, etc). This will encourage guests to take fun, memorable pictures of the night. 


    8. Collect the Memories! 
    Use storify to curate tweets and photos from the wedding in one place (you can also ask a friend or relative to do this). Printstagram takes Instagrams of the day out of phones and onto glossy hard stock, which will be perfect for displaying in your new home. Fleeting as it may be, social media can absolutely provide a more permanent reminder of this important occasion if you know how to work it. 

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  • Daddy's Girl Artist: Katey Sagal Album: Room Description Not Provided Lyrics My old man
    I'm a chip off the old block
    My old man
    Is still living here
    Not in flesh and bone
    He's never far from home
    I'm forever walking in my daddy's shoes
    I've got his misery
    I've got good company
    I guess I'll always be my daddy's girl...

    My momma sang
    Call it inspiration
    And she's comin' on through me
    I can feel her now
    Though she walks on the other side
    To me she's still quite alive
    I'm forever rocking in my momas arms

    Mom had a broken heart
    From a world just too damn hard
    Mine breaks often cuz I'm a momma's girl

    You spend a lifetime saying
    This is who I am
    Ohh
    Then you find yourself saying something
    You don't understand
    You look in the mirror
    And there you are
    You're daddy's girl

    You spend a lifetime saying
    This is who I am
    Ohh
    Then you find yourself saying something
    You don't understand
    You look in the mirror,
    And there you are...

    My old man,
    I'm a chip off the old block
    My old man,
    Is still living here
    Not in flesh and bone
    He's never far from home
    I'm forever walkin in my daddy's shoes
    I got his misery -
    I've got good company
    I guess I'll always be my daddy's girl
    I guess I'll always be my daddy's girl
    Daddy's girl Video

    Video:

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  • By: Danyelle Mathews


    Share the joy of your engagement and help out-of-town guests plan in advance with these darling bunting announcements! They are sure to make family and friends excited to see what other clever things you have in store for your big day!


    Supplies: cardstock, envelopes, scissors, twine, gluestick 



     


    Step One

    If you're familiar with computer illustrating software, this project will be a breeze. You'll simply want to create a bunting shape and customize the text. If you aren't too handy with a computer you can cut bunting shapes out of cardstock and hand letter your information.



     


    Step Two

    Carefully cut out each bunting shape and fold in half. 



     


    Step Three

    Using your gluestick, adhere each bunting piece around your length of twine.




    Once your bunting is made, carefully insert it into a colored envelope. To take the customization a little farther you can add envelope liners made out of vintage wallpaper.

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  • I just fell in love with this dress! 



     


    Breakdown:



    Hammered Soft Satin Tiered Gown with Cap Sleeves by David’s Bridal for $215
    Ivory Birdcage Veil with Vintage Magenta Flower by WeddingAisle via Etsy for $89
    Our Path Together Bracelet Sterling Silver with Tiny Pearls by EmmaAlisonDesigns via Etsy for $44
    Elke – Fushia Luster Satin Platform Pumps by Nina Shoes via Zappos for $89
    Bella Luna, Mother of Pearl and Silver FIligree Earrings by luxedeluxe via Etsy for $59 

    Grand Total: $496


     


     

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  • Copy, paste, and edit your article here. The text from the topic is reproduced below for your convenience:


     


    You can be beautiful on your wedding day for $500!


    The Dress - David's Bridal 199.00



    The Shoes - Zappos.com - 59.99 (Shipping is free)



    Wedding Jewelry - Etsy.com - 59.99 (for the entire set)



    Tiara - Light in the box - 29.99



    Chapel Length Wedding Veil - Etsy.com - 29.99



    Oh hell, we have change. Let's do a Reception Dress!


    Reception Dress - David's Bridal - 99.99.



    GRAND TOTAL (DRUM ROLL) - 479.94!!!!!!!





    CUTE!!! Great deal!





    Thanks Lindsey!





    Awesome deal. Too bad David's had zero dresses in my size at that price. I would have loved it!

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  • By Janie Medley of The Bride's Café; Photos by Tori Watson of Marvelous Things Photography


    I love the look of these floral wrist corsages. No more of the old, stodgy looking corsages. Let’s give moms and grandmothers a floral design with a touch of style! For this DIY project, floral adhesive will be your BFF!   


    You will need: Peonies, Ranunculus, Jasmine Vine, Scissors, Pearl Wristlet Bracelet, Floral Adhesive



     


    Step One

    Apply a dab of floral adhesive to the center of the bracelet



     


    Step Two

    Use the bigger bloom for the center of the wristlet. First cut the stem off of
    the bloom so it will lay flat, then glue it to the center. Remember to hold the blooms to the adhesive for ten seconds after applying.



     


    Step Three

    Leaving a little stem on the small blooms, glue them to the sides of the bigger bloom



     


    Step Four

    Glue in the jasmine vine or whatever greenery you decide to use, and you are done- a perfect adornment for the mothers of the bride and groom!


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  • By: Caitlin Zentgraf 


    When you have guests flying in from coast to coast for your destination wedding weekend, it's important to keep them occupied during their stay. Get the most out of your location by gathering guests together for some of these fun activities! 


    1. Zip-lining
    2. Parasailing
    3. Snorkeling/scuba diving
    4. Boating
    5. Visiting a museum, historic site, botanical garden, or local tourist attraction
    6. Golfing
    7. Spa treatments
    8. Safari Rides
    9. Surfing
    10. Biking  

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  • By: Caroline Drake 


    French Macarons are such beautiful cookies, and can make a huge impression. Macarons, however, can also be so expensive for just one little cookie!  With a little practice, you can make your own for a fraction of the cost of buying them!  They are a perfect parting gift at a wedding, or a beautiful centerpiece at a bridal shower.   


     


    French Macarons
    (adapted from Les Petis Macarons book)
    *This recipe is great for sea level, if you are over 4,500 ft, then you may have to adjust the recipe.
    You will need: Kitchen scale, stand mixer, sifter, food processer
    Ingredients for 30 1 1/2 inch macarons:  


    1 1/4 packed cups (165 grams) almond flour 
    Pinch of fine sea salt 
    3/4 packed cup (165 grams) confectioners' sugar 
    1/4 cup water (57 grams) 
    3/4 cup (150 grams) granulated sugar 
    1/2 teaspoon (3 grams) cream of tartar 
    1/2 cup (115 grams) aged egg whites (*place egg whites in bowl, loosely cover with plastic wrap overnight in fridge) 
    4 drops gel or 6 drops food coloring (optional) 



     


    Step One 

    Preheat oven to 200 degrees F.  Measure and pulse almond flour, salt, and confectioner's sugar in the bowl of a food processor 4 times for 4 seconds each time.  Next, sift the same ingredients onto some wax paper.  This will help the macaron have a nice smooth top.   


     


    Step Two

    Place egg whites, cream of tartar, and salt in a stand mixer with a wire whisk attachment.  Begin to whisk the egg whites on medium speed until soft peaks form.


     


    Step Three

    Meanwhile, heat the granulated sugar and 1/4 cup (57 grams) of water in a small saucepan over medium-high heat and cook without stirring until the sugar reaches a soft ball stage 235 degrees F. 


     


    Step Four 

    Once the sugar water mixture has reached the soft ball stage immediately pour it slowly down the side of the mixer bowl into the egg whites, at a medium speed.  




    Step Five

    Continue whisking until the meringue forms medium peaks and is lukewarm and glossy, about 4 minutes.  Be sure not to over mix, as it causes cracking later. 



     


    Step Six 

    Fold the meringue into the dry ingredients until you reach the unique macaronage stage. When the ingredients almost seem incorporated, add the food coloring if you wish to use it. 


     


    Step Seven 

    Fold the components just enough, but not too much or the macarons will crack.  Once the ingredients are combined, lift some of the mixture about 1 inch above the bowl with the spatula.  If it retains a three-dimensional shape, fold it again.  When folded just enough, the mixture should fall right back into the bowl, with no stiffness, in one continuous, lava-like drip.  



     


    Step Eight 

    Pipe the macarons using a piping bag, and a 1/2 inch (2A) tip.  Pipe them into 1 1/2 inch circles onto a silicon or parchment lined baking sheet.



     


    Step Nine 

    Once the macarons are piped, slam the baking sheet down to remove excess air (slam 6 times from 6 inches above the table).   


    Bake the macarons for 15 minutes (until the skin forms at 200 degrees F), and then raise the temperature of the oven to 350 degrees for an additional 10-11 minutes, until the macarons just come off the baking sheet when you lift them from both ends (the centers will have risen, and will not have any dark indentations).  If the macarons darken too quickly, place a wooden spoon in the door of the oven to prop it slightly open. 


     



    Step Ten

    Place on a cooling rack, and cool completely before filling.




     


    Step Eleven

    Place the macarons out by two half shells roughly the same size and shape. 


     


    Step Twelve 

    Pipe your favorite filling (simple buttercream shown here) in the center of the flat side of the cookie.  Don't pipe the frosting all the way to the outer edge, stop just before so it won't flow over the edge.



     


    Step Thirteen

    Place the top of the cookie over the filling, then give it a little half twist.  Allow the filling to set.


     


    Place them out in boxes for your guests to bring home as favors.  Macarons freeze well, so you can wrap them in plastic, and freeze the shells.  Certain fillings freeze well too, so it's possible to make the complete cookies far in advance.  These beauties will make a big statement.  
     
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  • ReemAcra Lauren Ball Gown Dress - 3,585.00




    www.nordstrom.com


    David's Bridal Satin Ballgown - $149.99



    Nina Fulvia Bridal Pump - DSW - $49.95


     www.weddingbeeboards.com


    Stewart Wiseman Bridal Pump - Nordstrom - $298.00



    Floor Length Lighter than Air Veil - $340.00



    www.bhldn.com


    Floor Length Veil - Etsy.com $60.00



    www.etsy.com


    Ivanka Trump Onyx Earrings - $2, 995.00





    Sterling Silver Onyx Earrings - Amazon. com - $39.00


     www.amazon.com


     

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  • By: Sarah Zlotnick 


    Lots of questions swirl around what's OK and what's not when it comes to documenting a wedding via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. While experts will disagree up and down the line about what's appropriate for guests, at the end of the day it's ultimately up to the bride and groom. If you're in favor of live documentation, here's a few helpful tips for making the most of it. 


    1. Pick a #hashtag. 
    Twitter, Instagram, and now Facebook all use phrases proceeded by the "#" sign to group designated thoughts together in a consecutive stream. Pick something easy to remember, such as #DZWedding or #SmithPartyof2, and stick with the same one for all events surrounding your wedding. 


    2. Share that hashtag with your guests—just don't do it too early. 
    Sending out Save-the-Dates and then actual invitations is very exciting, but these are not the places to share your wedding hashtag (leave those for the most pertinent information). It is fine, however, to share your hashtag on your wedding website as it gets closer to your actual ceremony. Guests will be logging on for last-minute gift registry, directions, and other information, and this will get them excited to share snaps and thoughts from the day when it actually arrives.  


    3. Consider your platforms. 
    Users generally have a larger following on Twitter, but those followers are more likely to be professional, personal interest, or internet-only connections. Facebook circles are generally smaller, but your photos will more likely be seen by people who may be hurt they were not invited to the wedding. Instagram is the most private of the platforms, with people mostly following real life friends. If you're concerned about privacy, you may want to (politely) request that guests refrain from posting on a particular platform. 


    4. Wedding weekend has arrived! Now's the time to remind everyone of your hashtag. 
    Have a bunch of guests staying at one hotel? Include your hashtag on any welcome notes you leave in their rooms. When it comes time for the actual wedding, instruct greeters and members of the wedding party  to spread the word as guests arrive. You can also put include it at the top of your ceremony program. 


    5. Wait—do you really want phones out at the ceremony? 
    Think carefully about encouraging social media at your actual ceremony. Sure, it will be wonderful to see photos from the very moment you say 'I Do', but you also run the risk of amateur photographers accidentally blocking the shots of your professional ones. Having a night ceremony? There may be multiple flashes going off while you say your vows, which could be distracting. Guests are also more inclined to get sucked into their apps and/or accidentally leave alerts on, which could detract from what's happening between you and your spouse. At the end of the day, social media at your ceremony is entirely up to you, but this is one facet of the wedding that might work best when it's phone-free.  


    6. Your guests want to know what's allowed and what's not--and it's more than OK to tell them. 
    If you decide to allow social media at your ceremony, include any special rules or requests in a prominent place on your ceremony program, and ask greeters and family members to reiterate those rules as they say hello to guests. Don't worry about offending anyone too much--guests are more worried about doing something that may accidentally upset you! They'll be grateful for the clear guidelines. 


    7. Put up signs at the reception. 
    Create signs indicating your wedding hashtag and the platforms you're encouraging guests to use it on. Place those throughout the party space, perhaps with a few photobooth props by their sides (large sunglasses, mustache sticks, etc). This will encourage guests to take fun, memorable pictures of the night. 


    8. Collect the Memories! 
    Use storify to curate tweets and photos from the wedding in one place (you can also ask a friend or relative to do this). Printstagram takes Instagrams of the day out of phones and onto glossy hard stock, which will be perfect for displaying in your new home. Fleeting as it may be, social media can absolutely provide a more permanent reminder of this important occasion if you know how to work it. 

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  • Daddy's Girl Artist: Katey Sagal Album: Room Description Not Provided Lyrics My old man
    I'm a chip off the old block
    My old man
    Is still living here
    Not in flesh and bone
    He's never far from home
    I'm forever walking in my daddy's shoes
    I've got his misery
    I've got good company
    I guess I'll always be my daddy's girl...

    My momma sang
    Call it inspiration
    And she's comin' on through me
    I can feel her now
    Though she walks on the other side
    To me she's still quite alive
    I'm forever rocking in my momas arms

    Mom had a broken heart
    From a world just too damn hard
    Mine breaks often cuz I'm a momma's girl

    You spend a lifetime saying
    This is who I am
    Ohh
    Then you find yourself saying something
    You don't understand
    You look in the mirror
    And there you are
    You're daddy's girl

    You spend a lifetime saying
    This is who I am
    Ohh
    Then you find yourself saying something
    You don't understand
    You look in the mirror,
    And there you are...

    My old man,
    I'm a chip off the old block
    My old man,
    Is still living here
    Not in flesh and bone
    He's never far from home
    I'm forever walkin in my daddy's shoes
    I got his misery -
    I've got good company
    I guess I'll always be my daddy's girl
    I guess I'll always be my daddy's girl
    Daddy's girl Video

    Video:

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  • By: Danyelle Mathews


    Share the joy of your engagement and help out-of-town guests plan in advance with these darling bunting announcements! They are sure to make family and friends excited to see what other clever things you have in store for your big day!


    Supplies: cardstock, envelopes, scissors, twine, gluestick 



     


    Step One

    If you're familiar with computer illustrating software, this project will be a breeze. You'll simply want to create a bunting shape and customize the text. If you aren't too handy with a computer you can cut bunting shapes out of cardstock and hand letter your information.



     


    Step Two

    Carefully cut out each bunting shape and fold in half. 



     


    Step Three

    Using your gluestick, adhere each bunting piece around your length of twine.




    Once your bunting is made, carefully insert it into a colored envelope. To take the customization a little farther you can add envelope liners made out of vintage wallpaper.

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  • I just fell in love with this dress! 



     


    Breakdown:



    Hammered Soft Satin Tiered Gown with Cap Sleeves by David’s Bridal for $215
    Ivory Birdcage Veil with Vintage Magenta Flower by WeddingAisle via Etsy for $89
    Our Path Together Bracelet Sterling Silver with Tiny Pearls by EmmaAlisonDesigns via Etsy for $44
    Elke – Fushia Luster Satin Platform Pumps by Nina Shoes via Zappos for $89
    Bella Luna, Mother of Pearl and Silver FIligree Earrings by luxedeluxe via Etsy for $59 

    Grand Total: $496


     


     

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Planning Basics: Find the best place to register, find the best centerpiece for your color scheme, and find the perfect thank you gifts for your bridal party – all while staying under budget – with our wedding planning tips and ideas.

DIY Wedding: With so many colorful images of unique wedding ideas we’ve found, plus all our real wedding images, you’ll find the most DIY wedding ideas here. From simple wedding favors to more complex origami wedding decorations – if we think you can make it, you’ll find it here (if it’s not here it doesn’t mean we don’t think you can make it, it just means we want you to send us a picture when your DIY project is done)!

Fashion & Beauty: Don’t forget to find wedding ideas for yourself! We have thousands of pictures of bridal hair and makeup, as well as one of the largest selections of wedding dresses for you to browse.

Wedding Venues: Not only do we have ideas for one-of-a-kind wedding venues as well as established wedding venues in your area, we have some of the very best wedding decoration ideas and wedding theme ideas for once you have nailed down the venue.

Wedding Cake: While we must admit that wedding cake is delicious (mmmm, wedding cake, nom nom nom), your cake will also serve as a focal point of the wedding reception. Check out all of our wedding ideas for cake decorations as well as cake alternatives.

Engagement Rings: Project Wedding doesn’t just start once you’ve gotten engaged. Register with us before the big question has been popped and share photos of your favorite engagement rings with your future better half.

Honeymoon: Project Wedding doesn’t stop with the wedding either. We’ve included hundreds of post-wedding ideas to inspire your perfect honeymoon!