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  • What will matter most is not the shoes, the dress, the flowers, the cake or thr assorted odds and ends but the love from the people who are here to share and start this journey with us.  Thank you for joining us today!  We hope that you laugh, dance, share old memories , and make a few new ones to take with you.

    Jim and Nichole

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  • I Won't Give Up Artist: Jason Mraz Album: I Won't Give Up Single Description Not Provided Lyrics When I look into your eyes
    It's like watching the night sky
    Or a beautiful sunrise
    Well, there's so much they hold
    And just like them old stars
    I see that you've come so far
    To be right where you are
    How old is your soul?

    Well, I won't give up on us
    Even if the skies get rough
    I'm giving you all my love
    I'm still looking up

    And when you're needing your space
    To do some navigating
    I'll be here patiently waiting
    To see what you find

    'Cause even the stars they burn
    Some even fall to the earth
    We've got a lot to learn
    God knows we're worth it
    No, I won't give up

    I don't wanna be someone who walks away so easily
    I'm here to stay and make the difference that I can make
    Our differences they do a lot to teach us how to use
    The tools and gifts we got, yeah, we got a lot at stake
    And in the end, you're still my friend at least we did intend
    For us to work we didn't break, we didn't burn
    We had to learn how to bend without the world caving in
    I had to learn what I've got, and what I'm not, and who I am

    I won't give up on us
    Even if the skies get rough
    I'm giving you all my love
    I'm still looking up, still looking up.

    Well, I won't give up on us (no I'm not giving up)
    God knows I'm tough enough (I am tough, I am loved)
    We've got a lot to learn (we're alive, we are loved)
    God knows we're worth it (and we're worth it)

    I won't give up on us
    Even if the skies get rough
    I'm giving you all my love
    I'm still looking up 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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  • 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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  • Mermaid Sweetheart Floor-Length Organza Charmeuse Prom Dress With Lace Beading Sequins
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  • walking to my husband Artist: kc &jo jo Album: all my life Description Not Provided Lyrics Not Provided Video Not Provided
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  • By Janie Medley of The Bride's Café; Photos by Marvelous Things Photography


    We can't think of a prettier addition to a springtime wedding than a robust, vibrant floral crown of peonies, ranunculus, and berries!  Here's the complete how-to.


    You will need: Peonies, Ranunculus, Feverfew, Seeded Eucalyptus, Blackberries, Scissors, Floral Tape, Fine Gauge Floral Wire (cut into 5 inch lengths), Floral Cloth Wire (2 pieces) 




     


    How to Make the Hoop: 

    Step One. Take the two pieces of floral cloth wire and place one piece midway on top of
    the other piece and with the floral tape, tape the two pieces together. You will cover the
    entire wire with the floral tape.

    Step Two. At this point, you can wrap the wire around your head and if it is too long, cut
    off what is needed, but always allow enough length for any adjustments at the end.


     


     


    Wiring the Flowers

    Step One. Cut the fine gauge floral wire into 5 inch lengths.


    Step Two. Wire the flowers and wrap the stems in floral tape (helps to seal in the
    moisture).


    Note: For the peonies, because of the thickness of the stems, you can simply place the
    wire along the side of the stem and then wrap with the floral tape.


    Florist Tip: You can also make little bundles by mixing certain flowers together!


    Step Three. Once you have wired and tape all the flowers, cut the stems down to about 2
    inches.



     


    Assembling the Crown

    Step One. Start placing the flower bundles on the hoop and taping them in place. At this
    point, just go for it and make it as small or as big and fluffy as you want!


    Step Two. Once completed, make a small "hook" on the ends of the hoop to hold the floral crown in place on your head.  You can also tie ribbons on the ends if you'd like.  



    And there you have it…perfect for your wedding day, date night, or just because it makes
    you happy wearing a floral crown! 


    Time: 30 Minutes Preparation; 1 Hour to Create

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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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  • What will matter most is not the shoes, the dress, the flowers, the cake or thr assorted odds and ends but the love from the people who are here to share and start this journey with us.  Thank you for joining us today!  We hope that you laugh, dance, share old memories , and make a few new ones to take with you.

    Jim and Nichole

    1
  • Ball-Gown Strapless Floor-Length Tulle Lace Prom Dress With Beading
    0
  • I Won't Give Up Artist: Jason Mraz Album: I Won't Give Up Single Description Not Provided Lyrics When I look into your eyes
    It's like watching the night sky
    Or a beautiful sunrise
    Well, there's so much they hold
    And just like them old stars
    I see that you've come so far
    To be right where you are
    How old is your soul?

    Well, I won't give up on us
    Even if the skies get rough
    I'm giving you all my love
    I'm still looking up

    And when you're needing your space
    To do some navigating
    I'll be here patiently waiting
    To see what you find

    'Cause even the stars they burn
    Some even fall to the earth
    We've got a lot to learn
    God knows we're worth it
    No, I won't give up

    I don't wanna be someone who walks away so easily
    I'm here to stay and make the difference that I can make
    Our differences they do a lot to teach us how to use
    The tools and gifts we got, yeah, we got a lot at stake
    And in the end, you're still my friend at least we did intend
    For us to work we didn't break, we didn't burn
    We had to learn how to bend without the world caving in
    I had to learn what I've got, and what I'm not, and who I am

    I won't give up on us
    Even if the skies get rough
    I'm giving you all my love
    I'm still looking up, still looking up.

    Well, I won't give up on us (no I'm not giving up)
    God knows I'm tough enough (I am tough, I am loved)
    We've got a lot to learn (we're alive, we are loved)
    God knows we're worth it (and we're worth it)

    I won't give up on us
    Even if the skies get rough
    I'm giving you all my love
    I'm still looking up 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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  • 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  

    0
  • Mermaid Sweetheart Floor-Length Organza Charmeuse Prom Dress With Lace Beading Sequins
    0
  • walking to my husband Artist: kc &jo jo Album: all my life Description Not Provided Lyrics Not Provided Video Not Provided
    0
  • By Janie Medley of The Bride's Café; Photos by Marvelous Things Photography


    We can't think of a prettier addition to a springtime wedding than a robust, vibrant floral crown of peonies, ranunculus, and berries!  Here's the complete how-to.


    You will need: Peonies, Ranunculus, Feverfew, Seeded Eucalyptus, Blackberries, Scissors, Floral Tape, Fine Gauge Floral Wire (cut into 5 inch lengths), Floral Cloth Wire (2 pieces) 




     


    How to Make the Hoop: 

    Step One. Take the two pieces of floral cloth wire and place one piece midway on top of
    the other piece and with the floral tape, tape the two pieces together. You will cover the
    entire wire with the floral tape.

    Step Two. At this point, you can wrap the wire around your head and if it is too long, cut
    off what is needed, but always allow enough length for any adjustments at the end.


     


     


    Wiring the Flowers

    Step One. Cut the fine gauge floral wire into 5 inch lengths.


    Step Two. Wire the flowers and wrap the stems in floral tape (helps to seal in the
    moisture).


    Note: For the peonies, because of the thickness of the stems, you can simply place the
    wire along the side of the stem and then wrap with the floral tape.


    Florist Tip: You can also make little bundles by mixing certain flowers together!


    Step Three. Once you have wired and tape all the flowers, cut the stems down to about 2
    inches.



     


    Assembling the Crown

    Step One. Start placing the flower bundles on the hoop and taping them in place. At this
    point, just go for it and make it as small or as big and fluffy as you want!


    Step Two. Once completed, make a small "hook" on the ends of the hoop to hold the floral crown in place on your head.  You can also tie ribbons on the ends if you'd like.  



    And there you have it…perfect for your wedding day, date night, or just because it makes
    you happy wearing a floral crown! 


    Time: 30 Minutes Preparation; 1 Hour to Create

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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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