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  • What's in store for Fall 2010 wedding fashion?  The Project Wedding team is headed to the National Bridal Market in Chicago, March 21st through the 23rd, to photograph and report on all of the collections you can't wait to see!


     



    Watter and Watters



    312 Bridesmaids by Alyce Designs



    Mon Cheri


     


    We're looking forward to bringing you coverage of the following designers, plus much more:


     


    After Six


    Alfred Sung


    Allure


    Alyce Designs


    Anjolique


    Bari Jay


    Bill Levkoff


    DaVinci


    Dessy


    Eden


    Ella


    Emerald Couturiers


    Essense of Australia


    Impressions


    Jordan


    Justin Alexander


    Karelina Sposa


    Liz Fields


    Lo-Ve-La by Liz Fields


    Maggie Sottero


    Mary's Bridal


    Mon Cheri


    Mori Lee


    Private Lable by G


    Rina di Montella


    Saison Blanche


    Sarah Danielle


    Sincerity


    Sophia Tolli


    Watters and Watters


    Wtoo


     


     

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  • PWer ShellS had a romantic beach wedding in Maui.  


    At her gorgeous outdoor reception, she had large ferns and twigs inside tall etched vases, surrounded by four smaller square vases containing full arrangements of ivory mums, hydrangeas, and roses.  Starfish placed around each table added to the beach theme.  


    Each guests place setting had a linen napkin tied up with an simple sea foam green canvas ribbon, met in the center by elegant place cards in DIY calligraphy script.    


    Calligraphy by ShellS


    Place cards by Sycamore Street Press


    Florals by Della Peacock of Dellables


    Photography by ShellS and groom




     




     


     

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  • Wedding Reception Venues:

    Couples planning a wedding may decide to have the ceremony in one place and the reception somewhere else - this is a particularly common choice then the ceremony takes place at a house of worship, where there might not be an appropriate place for a reception - so looking at wedding reception venues is high on the "to do" list.


     


    Wedding reception venues - the options:

    Wedding reception venues might be all-in-one facilities that offer packages that include everything associated with the celebration, historic buildings where the celebrants are responsible for catering and décor or empty rental spaces that leave everything else up to the couple (and a wedding planner, if one is hired) to decide - most often, though, couples select wedding reception venues which offer something in between. It's convenient and reassuring to know that many of the details are being taken care of by someone else - but at the same time, most couples want to be able to have input into the planning of their wedding reception.


    The kind of reception a couple is having will determine their choice of wedding reception venues. For a casual afternoon affair, a local restaurant or community center might be among the wedding reception venues being considered. For a larger nighttime celebration, hotels and banquet halls are wedding reception venues that are more likely to provide everything that goes into a fun and festive reception - enough space to sit and dance comfortably, catering staff, etc.


     


    Wedding reception venues - things to consider

    The specific of the wedding reception venues themselves often play an important role - for example, a private room in a restaurant where there are also other patrons might not allow loud music. Consider a variety of wedding reception venues to ensure that the space will work well for the kind of party the bride and groom want for their once-in-a-lifetime event.


    When looking at different wedding reception venues, talk to the management staff about visiting while a reception is taking place there - this is a great opportunity to see how the space works when it's full of people (and also to taste the food!) and a terrific way to compare different wedding reception venues. Pay attention to how the spaces are decorated, how many people are there, how comfortable the seating layout looks. Empty wedding reception venues might look big enough to hold everything and everyone, but that quickly changes when tables, chairs, decorations and a room full of people are added!


    Another thing to take into account when looking at wedding reception venues is whether or not guests will be coming in from out of town. If this is the case, hotels might be particularly good choices for wedding reception venues, as this gives visiting guests a convenient place to stay ... and no need to drive after a night of partying! When considering hotels as potential wedding reception venues, be sure to ask about discount rates if a block of rooms is being reserved. Also, hotels often offer free or upgraded wedding night accommodations for the bride and groom when their facilities are used as wedding reception venues or to host out-of-town guests.


    Images courtesy: Geoff White photographers

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  • My Funny Valentine Artist: Chaka Khan Album: Not Provided Description Not Provided Lyrics My funny valentine
    Sweet, comic valentine
    You make me smile with my heart
    Oooh, mmm

    Your looks are laughable
    Un-photographable
    Yet, you're my favorite work of art
    Is your figure less than Greek?
    Is your mouth a little bit weak?
    When you open it to speak, are you smart?

    Don't, baby don't, don't you change your hair for me
    Not if you care for me
    Stay, stay little valentine, stay
    Each day is Valentine's...
    Each day is Valentine's Day

    Stay, little valentine, stay
    Stay, stay, yeah yeah
    Each day is Valentine's...
    Each day is Valentine's Day Video

    Video:

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  • I gave myself the challenge of finding a wedding look completely from Target! Just add the veil of your choice! 




    Dress

    Mossimo® Black: Strapless Floor Length Dress - $64.99 (I bet this looks better in person)


    Shoes


    Mossimo® Idella D'Orsay Pumps - Silver - $22.99


    Necklace & Earrings


    Pear Drop Lariats Hollywood Set - $79.99


    Shawl


    Adi Designs Pashmina Shawl With Fringe - Grey - $16.99


     


    TOTAL AMOUNT SPENT: $184.96  =)


     

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  • With an abundant local beauty industry, Los Angeles is a great city to be in while on the search for great wedding makeup.  Even so, how is a girl to know who the right artist is for her big day? Or, perhaps you're not sure that hiring an artist is the route to take and you simply want to perfect your own skills.  Here's a nearly foolproof guide to Los Angeles wedding makeup perfection.


     


    Los Angeles Makeup Artists 

    If you've decided that applying flawless foundation is the last thing you want to worry about on your wedding day, choosing a professional Los Angeles makeup artist should be added to your to-do list!  When researching artists, there are a few things to take into consideration.  First, take a thorough look through the artist's wedding makeup portfolio.  If you like what you see, find out what other brides have been saying about the artist's services.  Word of mouth referrals are typically the most reliable and give you a sense of the artist's personality and professionalism.  Read reviews of Los Angeles wedding makeup artists here.


    The experience of Los Angeles wedding makeup artists may vary a great deal, and so will their rates.  Once you've decided on a few options, call to check rates, availability, and to set up a trial appointment.  Before your trial run, collect makeup inspiration from magazines, photos, and even favorite colors from your makeup bag.  At the trial, discuss skincare issues and don't be afraid to express your concerns or dislikes. A successful trial appointment will help to ensure that you've selected the right Los Angeles wedding makeup artist for you.



     


    On a budget, but want a makeup artist?

    If a professional Los Angeles makeup artist is not in the budget, but you dream of being pampered on your wedding day, try contacting one of the many local cosmetology schools to book an artist-in-training at a reduced fee.


     


    A DIY kind of gal?

    Your wedding day is a perfect excuse to replenish your makeup supply and maybe even get a lesson on tricks and tips for doing your own professional looking makeup application. After all, makeup for the "camera" is a bit different then for everyday... and you'll want to be certain your makeup is camera-ready! Listed below are a few highly regarded makeup boutiques in Los Angeles, where you can find quality products and a knowledgeable staff:


    Chroma Makeup Studio


    MudShop L.A.


    Makeup Mandy


    With a large number of talented makeup artists in one city, finding a Los Angeles wedding makeup artist, or at least some well-directed guidance,  should be a snap.  Once you've made your choice, be sure to plan ahead, be prepared, ask questions, and give your artist honest feedback.


     


     

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  • PWer LuvStruck had a gorgeous purple-on-white 3-tier cake with delicate piping and fresh flowers.  Each layer had a purple ribbon around the base, and the baker hand-piped the beautiful floral design over white butter cream icing.


    The cake was accented with three shades of purple and white roses, and topped with a handmade wooden monogram.  It sat atop a silver cake stand on a table with a purple table cloth, white rose petals, and votive candles.


    Baker: Rockwell's Creative Cakes in Orange, CA
    www.rockwellscreativecakes.net


    Photographer: Natalie Williams 
    www.nataliewilliamsphotographer.com





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  • Wedding Ceremony Venues:

    A wedding is a sacred event, so it makes sense that houses of worship are among the most common wedding ceremony venues. Some couples feel that there's an added element of spiritual meaning when they take their vows in houses of worship, that these particular wedding ceremony venues are watched over and blessed by more than just family, friends and community.


     


     Wedding ceremony venues - things to consider

    However, while houses of worship are often at the top of the list of wedding ceremony venues, there are times when other wedding ceremony venues might be more appropriate. Interfaith couples often select non-religious wedding ceremony venues so that it doesn't look like they're picking one religion over the other. Non-denominational chapels can be popular wedding ceremony venues for interfaith couples. And couples having civil ceremonies obviously would look elsewhere than houses of worship for their wedding ceremony venues.


    An important factor to consider when looking at wedding ceremony venues is whether or not the reception is going to take place there as well. Couples often use the same space for both the ceremony and reception, but it is just as common for wedding ceremony venues to be used just for the exchange of vows, with the reception then taking place elsewhere. When there are two separate locations, couples might want to focus on wedding ceremony venues that are reasonably close to - within easy driving distance - the reception site, especially if the reception is taking place right after the ceremony.


    Commercial locations like hotels and banquet halls often serve as both wedding ceremony venues and reception sites. When used as wedding ceremony venues, in many cases it's possible for the setting to accommodate either a religious or civil ceremony, depending on the couple's wishes. Sometimes, there's a chapel on the premises which is used for the exchange of vows; in other cases, wedding ceremony venues are constructed in ballroom or other spaces set aside for that purpose.


    Some couples like the idea of getting married overseas, and while the idea of wedding ceremony venues in Paris or Rome or some other exotic locale sounds romantic (if it's financial feasible!), it can be complicated and sometimes not an option at all to get married in a country where neither the bride nor the groom is a citizen. Before even thinking about wedding ceremony venues in foreign countries, make sure to research the situation thoroughly.


    Wherever the wedding is going to take place, it's important to look into any official rules that might have an impact on particular wedding ceremony venues. For example, is it legal to get married in a private home in your hometown? Can a wedding take place at the state park location that's been chosen? (FYI, outdoor weddings are not recognized by the Catholic Church, which deems it necessary for the ceremony to take place within sacred walls.) Unless a couple knows for sure that it's okay to take their vows at specific wedding ceremony venues (if the bride's cousin got married at that same place last month, that's a good sign), be sure to ask the necessary questions and get any potential red tape out of the way as soon as possible.

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  • Diamond Ring Artist: Bon Jovi Album: These Days Description

    A gorgeous romantic first dance song, very slow

    Lyrics Diamond ring, wear it on your hand
    It's gonna tell the world, I'm your only man
    Diamond ring, diamond ring
    Baby, you're my everything, diamond ring

    Red, red rose brought it home to you
    Blood red rose, tells me that you're true
    Red, red rose, blood-red rose
    Like a fire inside that grows, blood-red rose

    When you're hungry, I will fill you up
    When you're thirsty, drink out of my loving cup
    When you're crying, I'll be the tears for you
    There is nothing that I wouldn't do for you


    When you're hungry, I will fill you up
    When you're thirsty, drink out of my loving cup
    When you're crying, I'll be the tears for you
    There is nothing that I wouldn't do for you

    You know, I bleed every night you sleep
    'Cause I don't know if I'm in your dreams
    I want to be your everything...

    Diamond ring, wear it on your hand
    It's gonna tell the world, I'm your only man
    Diamond ring, diamond ring
    Baby, you're my everything, diamond ring
    Darling, you're my everything, diamond ring
    Now, you've got me on your string.....Diamond ring

    Video

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  • Instead of a trinket that (let's be honest) will most likely get tossed out in a week or two... why not give a unique, unforgettable, and inexpensive favor that will last a lifetime?


    The Arbor Day Foundation has a wonderful favor program that makes this sustainable concept easy and affordable.  Most importantly, the program supports The Arbor Day's mission to inspire people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees!  Your guests will delight in the lasting memory, and appreciate the thoughtful sentiment.



    The Arbor Day Foundation offers three options of evergreen trees: redwoods, pines, or spruce trees.  Each tree comes packed in a recyclable tube that converts into a birdfeeder after the tree is planted!  Make the favor even more unique by opting for a customized label, featuring a special saying, photograph, or a personal message.



    You can tie the theme into your entire wedding, shower, or rehearsal dinner by incorporating the gift trees into your bouquet, centerpieces, and other decor.  Your floral designer can work with the trees to keep their root systems intact.  Even the trees from your bouquet will be ready for planting after the big day!



    The Arbor Day Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit conservation and education organization. Visit their site for more information on how to make these special trees part of your wedding day!

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  • What's in store for Fall 2010 wedding fashion?  The Project Wedding team is headed to the National Bridal Market in Chicago, March 21st through the 23rd, to photograph and report on all of the collections you can't wait to see!


     



    Watter and Watters



    312 Bridesmaids by Alyce Designs



    Mon Cheri


     


    We're looking forward to bringing you coverage of the following designers, plus much more:


     


    After Six


    Alfred Sung


    Allure


    Alyce Designs


    Anjolique


    Bari Jay


    Bill Levkoff


    DaVinci


    Dessy


    Eden


    Ella


    Emerald Couturiers


    Essense of Australia


    Impressions


    Jordan


    Justin Alexander


    Karelina Sposa


    Liz Fields


    Lo-Ve-La by Liz Fields


    Maggie Sottero


    Mary's Bridal


    Mon Cheri


    Mori Lee


    Private Lable by G


    Rina di Montella


    Saison Blanche


    Sarah Danielle


    Sincerity


    Sophia Tolli


    Watters and Watters


    Wtoo


     


     

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  • PWer ShellS had a romantic beach wedding in Maui.  


    At her gorgeous outdoor reception, she had large ferns and twigs inside tall etched vases, surrounded by four smaller square vases containing full arrangements of ivory mums, hydrangeas, and roses.  Starfish placed around each table added to the beach theme.  


    Each guests place setting had a linen napkin tied up with an simple sea foam green canvas ribbon, met in the center by elegant place cards in DIY calligraphy script.    


    Calligraphy by ShellS


    Place cards by Sycamore Street Press


    Florals by Della Peacock of Dellables


    Photography by ShellS and groom




     




     


     

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  • Wedding Reception Venues:

    Couples planning a wedding may decide to have the ceremony in one place and the reception somewhere else - this is a particularly common choice then the ceremony takes place at a house of worship, where there might not be an appropriate place for a reception - so looking at wedding reception venues is high on the "to do" list.


     


    Wedding reception venues - the options:

    Wedding reception venues might be all-in-one facilities that offer packages that include everything associated with the celebration, historic buildings where the celebrants are responsible for catering and décor or empty rental spaces that leave everything else up to the couple (and a wedding planner, if one is hired) to decide - most often, though, couples select wedding reception venues which offer something in between. It's convenient and reassuring to know that many of the details are being taken care of by someone else - but at the same time, most couples want to be able to have input into the planning of their wedding reception.


    The kind of reception a couple is having will determine their choice of wedding reception venues. For a casual afternoon affair, a local restaurant or community center might be among the wedding reception venues being considered. For a larger nighttime celebration, hotels and banquet halls are wedding reception venues that are more likely to provide everything that goes into a fun and festive reception - enough space to sit and dance comfortably, catering staff, etc.


     


    Wedding reception venues - things to consider

    The specific of the wedding reception venues themselves often play an important role - for example, a private room in a restaurant where there are also other patrons might not allow loud music. Consider a variety of wedding reception venues to ensure that the space will work well for the kind of party the bride and groom want for their once-in-a-lifetime event.


    When looking at different wedding reception venues, talk to the management staff about visiting while a reception is taking place there - this is a great opportunity to see how the space works when it's full of people (and also to taste the food!) and a terrific way to compare different wedding reception venues. Pay attention to how the spaces are decorated, how many people are there, how comfortable the seating layout looks. Empty wedding reception venues might look big enough to hold everything and everyone, but that quickly changes when tables, chairs, decorations and a room full of people are added!


    Another thing to take into account when looking at wedding reception venues is whether or not guests will be coming in from out of town. If this is the case, hotels might be particularly good choices for wedding reception venues, as this gives visiting guests a convenient place to stay ... and no need to drive after a night of partying! When considering hotels as potential wedding reception venues, be sure to ask about discount rates if a block of rooms is being reserved. Also, hotels often offer free or upgraded wedding night accommodations for the bride and groom when their facilities are used as wedding reception venues or to host out-of-town guests.


    Images courtesy: Geoff White photographers

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  • My Funny Valentine Artist: Chaka Khan Album: Not Provided Description Not Provided Lyrics My funny valentine
    Sweet, comic valentine
    You make me smile with my heart
    Oooh, mmm

    Your looks are laughable
    Un-photographable
    Yet, you're my favorite work of art
    Is your figure less than Greek?
    Is your mouth a little bit weak?
    When you open it to speak, are you smart?

    Don't, baby don't, don't you change your hair for me
    Not if you care for me
    Stay, stay little valentine, stay
    Each day is Valentine's...
    Each day is Valentine's Day

    Stay, little valentine, stay
    Stay, stay, yeah yeah
    Each day is Valentine's...
    Each day is Valentine's Day Video

    Video:

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  • I gave myself the challenge of finding a wedding look completely from Target! Just add the veil of your choice! 




    Dress

    Mossimo® Black: Strapless Floor Length Dress - $64.99 (I bet this looks better in person)


    Shoes


    Mossimo® Idella D'Orsay Pumps - Silver - $22.99


    Necklace & Earrings


    Pear Drop Lariats Hollywood Set - $79.99


    Shawl


    Adi Designs Pashmina Shawl With Fringe - Grey - $16.99


     


    TOTAL AMOUNT SPENT: $184.96  =)


     

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  • With an abundant local beauty industry, Los Angeles is a great city to be in while on the search for great wedding makeup.  Even so, how is a girl to know who the right artist is for her big day? Or, perhaps you're not sure that hiring an artist is the route to take and you simply want to perfect your own skills.  Here's a nearly foolproof guide to Los Angeles wedding makeup perfection.


     


    Los Angeles Makeup Artists 

    If you've decided that applying flawless foundation is the last thing you want to worry about on your wedding day, choosing a professional Los Angeles makeup artist should be added to your to-do list!  When researching artists, there are a few things to take into consideration.  First, take a thorough look through the artist's wedding makeup portfolio.  If you like what you see, find out what other brides have been saying about the artist's services.  Word of mouth referrals are typically the most reliable and give you a sense of the artist's personality and professionalism.  Read reviews of Los Angeles wedding makeup artists here.


    The experience of Los Angeles wedding makeup artists may vary a great deal, and so will their rates.  Once you've decided on a few options, call to check rates, availability, and to set up a trial appointment.  Before your trial run, collect makeup inspiration from magazines, photos, and even favorite colors from your makeup bag.  At the trial, discuss skincare issues and don't be afraid to express your concerns or dislikes. A successful trial appointment will help to ensure that you've selected the right Los Angeles wedding makeup artist for you.



     


    On a budget, but want a makeup artist?

    If a professional Los Angeles makeup artist is not in the budget, but you dream of being pampered on your wedding day, try contacting one of the many local cosmetology schools to book an artist-in-training at a reduced fee.


     


    A DIY kind of gal?

    Your wedding day is a perfect excuse to replenish your makeup supply and maybe even get a lesson on tricks and tips for doing your own professional looking makeup application. After all, makeup for the "camera" is a bit different then for everyday... and you'll want to be certain your makeup is camera-ready! Listed below are a few highly regarded makeup boutiques in Los Angeles, where you can find quality products and a knowledgeable staff:


    Chroma Makeup Studio


    MudShop L.A.


    Makeup Mandy


    With a large number of talented makeup artists in one city, finding a Los Angeles wedding makeup artist, or at least some well-directed guidance,  should be a snap.  Once you've made your choice, be sure to plan ahead, be prepared, ask questions, and give your artist honest feedback.


     


     

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  • PWer LuvStruck had a gorgeous purple-on-white 3-tier cake with delicate piping and fresh flowers.  Each layer had a purple ribbon around the base, and the baker hand-piped the beautiful floral design over white butter cream icing.


    The cake was accented with three shades of purple and white roses, and topped with a handmade wooden monogram.  It sat atop a silver cake stand on a table with a purple table cloth, white rose petals, and votive candles.


    Baker: Rockwell's Creative Cakes in Orange, CA
    www.rockwellscreativecakes.net


    Photographer: Natalie Williams 
    www.nataliewilliamsphotographer.com





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  • Wedding Ceremony Venues:

    A wedding is a sacred event, so it makes sense that houses of worship are among the most common wedding ceremony venues. Some couples feel that there's an added element of spiritual meaning when they take their vows in houses of worship, that these particular wedding ceremony venues are watched over and blessed by more than just family, friends and community.


     


     Wedding ceremony venues - things to consider

    However, while houses of worship are often at the top of the list of wedding ceremony venues, there are times when other wedding ceremony venues might be more appropriate. Interfaith couples often select non-religious wedding ceremony venues so that it doesn't look like they're picking one religion over the other. Non-denominational chapels can be popular wedding ceremony venues for interfaith couples. And couples having civil ceremonies obviously would look elsewhere than houses of worship for their wedding ceremony venues.


    An important factor to consider when looking at wedding ceremony venues is whether or not the reception is going to take place there as well. Couples often use the same space for both the ceremony and reception, but it is just as common for wedding ceremony venues to be used just for the exchange of vows, with the reception then taking place elsewhere. When there are two separate locations, couples might want to focus on wedding ceremony venues that are reasonably close to - within easy driving distance - the reception site, especially if the reception is taking place right after the ceremony.


    Commercial locations like hotels and banquet halls often serve as both wedding ceremony venues and reception sites. When used as wedding ceremony venues, in many cases it's possible for the setting to accommodate either a religious or civil ceremony, depending on the couple's wishes. Sometimes, there's a chapel on the premises which is used for the exchange of vows; in other cases, wedding ceremony venues are constructed in ballroom or other spaces set aside for that purpose.


    Some couples like the idea of getting married overseas, and while the idea of wedding ceremony venues in Paris or Rome or some other exotic locale sounds romantic (if it's financial feasible!), it can be complicated and sometimes not an option at all to get married in a country where neither the bride nor the groom is a citizen. Before even thinking about wedding ceremony venues in foreign countries, make sure to research the situation thoroughly.


    Wherever the wedding is going to take place, it's important to look into any official rules that might have an impact on particular wedding ceremony venues. For example, is it legal to get married in a private home in your hometown? Can a wedding take place at the state park location that's been chosen? (FYI, outdoor weddings are not recognized by the Catholic Church, which deems it necessary for the ceremony to take place within sacred walls.) Unless a couple knows for sure that it's okay to take their vows at specific wedding ceremony venues (if the bride's cousin got married at that same place last month, that's a good sign), be sure to ask the necessary questions and get any potential red tape out of the way as soon as possible.

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  • Diamond Ring Artist: Bon Jovi Album: These Days Description

    A gorgeous romantic first dance song, very slow

    Lyrics Diamond ring, wear it on your hand
    It's gonna tell the world, I'm your only man
    Diamond ring, diamond ring
    Baby, you're my everything, diamond ring

    Red, red rose brought it home to you
    Blood red rose, tells me that you're true
    Red, red rose, blood-red rose
    Like a fire inside that grows, blood-red rose

    When you're hungry, I will fill you up
    When you're thirsty, drink out of my loving cup
    When you're crying, I'll be the tears for you
    There is nothing that I wouldn't do for you


    When you're hungry, I will fill you up
    When you're thirsty, drink out of my loving cup
    When you're crying, I'll be the tears for you
    There is nothing that I wouldn't do for you

    You know, I bleed every night you sleep
    'Cause I don't know if I'm in your dreams
    I want to be your everything...

    Diamond ring, wear it on your hand
    It's gonna tell the world, I'm your only man
    Diamond ring, diamond ring
    Baby, you're my everything, diamond ring
    Darling, you're my everything, diamond ring
    Now, you've got me on your string.....Diamond ring

    Video

    Video:

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  • Instead of a trinket that (let's be honest) will most likely get tossed out in a week or two... why not give a unique, unforgettable, and inexpensive favor that will last a lifetime?


    The Arbor Day Foundation has a wonderful favor program that makes this sustainable concept easy and affordable.  Most importantly, the program supports The Arbor Day's mission to inspire people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees!  Your guests will delight in the lasting memory, and appreciate the thoughtful sentiment.



    The Arbor Day Foundation offers three options of evergreen trees: redwoods, pines, or spruce trees.  Each tree comes packed in a recyclable tube that converts into a birdfeeder after the tree is planted!  Make the favor even more unique by opting for a customized label, featuring a special saying, photograph, or a personal message.



    You can tie the theme into your entire wedding, shower, or rehearsal dinner by incorporating the gift trees into your bouquet, centerpieces, and other decor.  Your floral designer can work with the trees to keep their root systems intact.  Even the trees from your bouquet will be ready for planting after the big day!



    The Arbor Day Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit conservation and education organization. Visit their site for more information on how to make these special trees part of your wedding day!

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