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  • weddings can become very expensive... in every way to save money ...do it! find a delicious cake recipe online for your cake ( look at tutorials for basic cake designs) have the closest people on both sides cook or do a BB&Q. Go to the court house and get married then have a ceremony & reception afterwards to save on an officient. Have disposable cameras and order a photographer for an hour or two. Get everyone involve to help out... you want a really nice dress go to recycle bride and get your dress. choose time to marry around the time family is already going to be there...a fam reunion halloween party 4th of july memorial weekend christmas or thankgiving

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  • Wedding Vows Tips!!!!



    Make sure that everyone is on the same page. Talk to your FI, SO and your officiant and make sure everyone is okay with personalized wedding vows. Make sure your ceremony officiant will actually allow personalized vows. Certain celebrants and houses of worship may require you to recite a specific set of traditional vows.

     



    Start Early. I can't say this enough: Don't leave writing your vows until the day before the wedding! You'll be too nervous, excited and rattled to give them the time and thought they deserve. Give yourselves at least a month, or work on your vows in that pocket of time after you've set up all your major vendors and before you have to start thinking about the details. Vow writing should be done in a relaxed, not rushed, frame of mind. Some loose deadlines to aim for: Try to get a first draft together about three weeks before the wedding and have your final version completed at least two days out.

     



    Answer some simple questions Yep, it's homework time. Sit down in a quiet space with paper and pen and answer these questions




    What is the single greatest thing about the person you are going to marry?


    When did you know that you were in love/ know that this person was the one you wanted to marry?


    What does marriage mean to you? Why do you want to be a married person?


    What is the most important thing you want to promise to your partner?
    What is the promise you most want to hear from them? (For example, it might be really important to you to promise that you will always respect them. Or you might really want them to promise their eternal fidelity.)


    What will change about your relationship once you are married? What will stay the same?


    What is your most favorite memory of your partner?


    When you were little, did you dream of your wedding day or your future spouse?
    How does that vision match up (or not) with your sweetheart?

     





    Set the Tone. Before putting pen to paper, decide what overall tone you want to achieve. Humorous but touching? Poetic and romantic? It's your call -- the most important thing is that your vows ring true and sound like they're from your heart. One word of advice: While your vows can be lighthearted (or even hilarious), they should, in some way, acknowledge the seriousness of the commitment you're about to make. One way to do that is to weave little jokes into traditional vows (for example: "I promise to love you, cherish you and always watch Monday Night Football with you").

     




    Steal Ideas.Borrow freely from poetry, books, religious and spiritual texts -- even from romantic movies. Jot down words and phrases that capture your feelings. Widely recognized works ring true for a reason.


     



    Remember Your Audience. Don't make your vows so personal that they're cryptic -- or embarrassing! You've invited your family and friends to witness your vows in order to make your bond public, so be sure everyone feels included in the moment. That means putting a limit on inside jokes, deeply personal anecdotes and obscure nicknames or code words.

     



    If that didn't work Try filling in the blanks in a more simple vow.
    (Name of your sweetheart), you are my (best friend, one true love, the one I want to spend the rest of my life with, etc.) Today, I take you to be my (wife, husband, lawfully wedded wife or husband, life partner, etc.) I promise you that I will be (faithful, worthy of your trust, worthy of your love, your loving partner, etc.) I vow to (honor you, cherish you, love you, respect you, laugh with you, cry with you, support you in your goals, etc.), (insert here the length of your vow, for example, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, for as long as we both shall live.)

     



     Practice Out Loud (Seriously!). These are words meant to be heard by a live audience, so check that they sound good when spoken. Read your vows out loud to make sure they flow easily. Watch out for tongue twisters and super-long sentences -- you don't want to get out of breath or stumble.

     


    I hope these tips help someone because they are helping me. Good Luck!!!


     

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    Look at this Look!!


    Dress- $99 davids bridal (vera wang, orig. $600!)


    Headpiece- $52 - etsy


    Earrings- $42, amazon


    Bracelet- $79, etsy (ivory lace and ribbon with rhinestones - romanticccc!)


    Shoes- $125 (orig. $495!!) jimmy choo


    Shoe Clip, also your something blue! -$42, etsy
     


    ----------------------------------------------------------
    seriously, what kind of bride wears Vera Wang, Jimmy Choo, and has beautiful accessories for under $500?! this could allllll be yours for a grand total of $439!!

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    A lot of people hope that the bridal hand bouquet can have a long preservation, especially those female guests who spare no effort to grab it. Surely, the bride also hope her hand bouquet has more happiness and meaningful. The hand bouquet is the gift that asks for her love from bridegroom. There are thousands of hand bouquets in the world. But limited by restore conditions, fresh flower can’t keep for long. Some of which fade even the new couples haven’t reached the wedding ceremony field. Now we introduce some paper hand bouquets. Which are creative and environmental? Decorated by CZ diamond, these hand bouquets are so beautiful and noble. Some ingenious groom can also make the bride a paper bouquet. She will be moved absolutely.



     



     



     



     



     

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    You wanna splurge or in the mood for a steal?


    Adorae - Maggie Sotero - 1300.00


    www.kissmybridal.com


    David's Bridal Sweetheart Charmeuse - 399.00



    Jimmy Choo Macy Bridal Shoe - 795.00



    Audrey Brooke Earth Pump/DSW - 49.95



    Nadri Bridal Jewelry Collection/Nordstrum - $140.00



    Crystal Bridal Jewelry Set/Etsy.com - 55.00



    Nina Single Tier Cathedral Veil/Nordstrum - 150.00



    Cathedral Veil 1 tier/Etsy.com - 32.00



    Grand Total for Splurge Items - 2385.00


    Grand Total for Steal Items - 535. 95


    A SAVINGS OF 1849.05!





    Great Steal!!!





    Super steal!

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    Christian Louboutin Yolanda, $ 785.-
    source


     



    Women's Nina Evelixa, $ 69.-
    source


     



    Christian Louboutin Une Plume Sling, $ 568.-
    source



    Calvin Klein Women's Harlo, $ 89.-
    source


     



    VIA SPIGA Women's Cynna, $ 150.-
    source


     



    Rampage Women's Palloman, $ 39.-
    source


     


     





    great steals!





    Ohhh pretty!





    I love great deals!





    Love these!





    <3 summer shoes!!





    I love all the steals. Great finds.





    super cute! Love the wedges

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  • Here is a crystal sash I completed in about 3-4 hours. Cant wait to try it with  my dress when it arrives. :) What do you all think?


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  • Weddings? Are they worth the big budget and tears ?

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    SOURCE $289 



    Source $44 



    SOURCE $30 



    SOURCE $70 



    SOURCE $26 


    TOTAL $459!


     


     

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    FOUND THIS ON PINTEREST AND HAD TO SHARE.



    AFTER THE WEDDING TAKE THE FLOWERS AND DONATE THEM TO A NURSING HOME OR RETIREMENT HOME.  TRY TO GIVE SOME FLOWERS TO EACH OF THE LADIES THERE.  AND ASK THEM IF THEY HAVE ANY MARRAIGE ADIVCE FOR YOU.  


     i personally recommend the retirement home.  i have been to a ton of nursing homes, and in my experience the patients seem to be more heavily medicated.  if you truely want to get advice and enjoy the experienec, then i would go to a retirement home where the people are ususally healthier and more lucid.  this is a really good idea.  especially if you are planning to wait a few days to go on your honeymoon.

    1
  • weddings can become very expensive... in every way to save money ...do it! find a delicious cake recipe online for your cake ( look at tutorials for basic cake designs) have the closest people on both sides cook or do a BB&Q. Go to the court house and get married then have a ceremony & reception afterwards to save on an officient. Have disposable cameras and order a photographer for an hour or two. Get everyone involve to help out... you want a really nice dress go to recycle bride and get your dress. choose time to marry around the time family is already going to be there...a fam reunion halloween party 4th of july memorial weekend christmas or thankgiving

    0


  • Wedding Vows Tips!!!!



    Make sure that everyone is on the same page. Talk to your FI, SO and your officiant and make sure everyone is okay with personalized wedding vows. Make sure your ceremony officiant will actually allow personalized vows. Certain celebrants and houses of worship may require you to recite a specific set of traditional vows.

     



    Start Early. I can't say this enough: Don't leave writing your vows until the day before the wedding! You'll be too nervous, excited and rattled to give them the time and thought they deserve. Give yourselves at least a month, or work on your vows in that pocket of time after you've set up all your major vendors and before you have to start thinking about the details. Vow writing should be done in a relaxed, not rushed, frame of mind. Some loose deadlines to aim for: Try to get a first draft together about three weeks before the wedding and have your final version completed at least two days out.

     



    Answer some simple questions Yep, it's homework time. Sit down in a quiet space with paper and pen and answer these questions




    What is the single greatest thing about the person you are going to marry?


    When did you know that you were in love/ know that this person was the one you wanted to marry?


    What does marriage mean to you? Why do you want to be a married person?


    What is the most important thing you want to promise to your partner?
    What is the promise you most want to hear from them? (For example, it might be really important to you to promise that you will always respect them. Or you might really want them to promise their eternal fidelity.)


    What will change about your relationship once you are married? What will stay the same?


    What is your most favorite memory of your partner?


    When you were little, did you dream of your wedding day or your future spouse?
    How does that vision match up (or not) with your sweetheart?

     





    Set the Tone. Before putting pen to paper, decide what overall tone you want to achieve. Humorous but touching? Poetic and romantic? It's your call -- the most important thing is that your vows ring true and sound like they're from your heart. One word of advice: While your vows can be lighthearted (or even hilarious), they should, in some way, acknowledge the seriousness of the commitment you're about to make. One way to do that is to weave little jokes into traditional vows (for example: "I promise to love you, cherish you and always watch Monday Night Football with you").

     




    Steal Ideas.Borrow freely from poetry, books, religious and spiritual texts -- even from romantic movies. Jot down words and phrases that capture your feelings. Widely recognized works ring true for a reason.


     



    Remember Your Audience. Don't make your vows so personal that they're cryptic -- or embarrassing! You've invited your family and friends to witness your vows in order to make your bond public, so be sure everyone feels included in the moment. That means putting a limit on inside jokes, deeply personal anecdotes and obscure nicknames or code words.

     



    If that didn't work Try filling in the blanks in a more simple vow.
    (Name of your sweetheart), you are my (best friend, one true love, the one I want to spend the rest of my life with, etc.) Today, I take you to be my (wife, husband, lawfully wedded wife or husband, life partner, etc.) I promise you that I will be (faithful, worthy of your trust, worthy of your love, your loving partner, etc.) I vow to (honor you, cherish you, love you, respect you, laugh with you, cry with you, support you in your goals, etc.), (insert here the length of your vow, for example, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, for as long as we both shall live.)

     



     Practice Out Loud (Seriously!). These are words meant to be heard by a live audience, so check that they sound good when spoken. Read your vows out loud to make sure they flow easily. Watch out for tongue twisters and super-long sentences -- you don't want to get out of breath or stumble.

     


    I hope these tips help someone because they are helping me. Good Luck!!!


     

    1

  •  


    Look at this Look!!


    Dress- $99 davids bridal (vera wang, orig. $600!)


    Headpiece- $52 - etsy


    Earrings- $42, amazon


    Bracelet- $79, etsy (ivory lace and ribbon with rhinestones - romanticccc!)


    Shoes- $125 (orig. $495!!) jimmy choo


    Shoe Clip, also your something blue! -$42, etsy
     


    ----------------------------------------------------------
    seriously, what kind of bride wears Vera Wang, Jimmy Choo, and has beautiful accessories for under $500?! this could allllll be yours for a grand total of $439!!

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    A lot of people hope that the bridal hand bouquet can have a long preservation, especially those female guests who spare no effort to grab it. Surely, the bride also hope her hand bouquet has more happiness and meaningful. The hand bouquet is the gift that asks for her love from bridegroom. There are thousands of hand bouquets in the world. But limited by restore conditions, fresh flower can’t keep for long. Some of which fade even the new couples haven’t reached the wedding ceremony field. Now we introduce some paper hand bouquets. Which are creative and environmental? Decorated by CZ diamond, these hand bouquets are so beautiful and noble. Some ingenious groom can also make the bride a paper bouquet. She will be moved absolutely.



     



     



     



     



     

    0
  • Copy, paste, and edit your article here. The text from the topic is reproduced below for your convenience:


     


    You wanna splurge or in the mood for a steal?


    Adorae - Maggie Sotero - 1300.00


    www.kissmybridal.com


    David's Bridal Sweetheart Charmeuse - 399.00



    Jimmy Choo Macy Bridal Shoe - 795.00



    Audrey Brooke Earth Pump/DSW - 49.95



    Nadri Bridal Jewelry Collection/Nordstrum - $140.00



    Crystal Bridal Jewelry Set/Etsy.com - 55.00



    Nina Single Tier Cathedral Veil/Nordstrum - 150.00



    Cathedral Veil 1 tier/Etsy.com - 32.00



    Grand Total for Splurge Items - 2385.00


    Grand Total for Steal Items - 535. 95


    A SAVINGS OF 1849.05!





    Great Steal!!!





    Super steal!

    0
  • Copy, paste, and edit your article here. The text from the topic is reproduced below for your convenience:


     



    Christian Louboutin Yolanda, $ 785.-
    source


     



    Women's Nina Evelixa, $ 69.-
    source


     



    Christian Louboutin Une Plume Sling, $ 568.-
    source



    Calvin Klein Women's Harlo, $ 89.-
    source


     



    VIA SPIGA Women's Cynna, $ 150.-
    source


     



    Rampage Women's Palloman, $ 39.-
    source


     


     





    great steals!





    Ohhh pretty!





    I love great deals!





    Love these!





    <3 summer shoes!!





    I love all the steals. Great finds.





    super cute! Love the wedges

    0
  • Here is a crystal sash I completed in about 3-4 hours. Cant wait to try it with  my dress when it arrives. :) What do you all think?


    0
  • Weddings? Are they worth the big budget and tears ?

    0
  •  



    SOURCE $289 



    Source $44 



    SOURCE $30 



    SOURCE $70 



    SOURCE $26 


    TOTAL $459!


     


     

    0
  • Copy, paste, and edit your article here. The text from the topic is reproduced below for your convenience:


     


    FOUND THIS ON PINTEREST AND HAD TO SHARE.



    AFTER THE WEDDING TAKE THE FLOWERS AND DONATE THEM TO A NURSING HOME OR RETIREMENT HOME.  TRY TO GIVE SOME FLOWERS TO EACH OF THE LADIES THERE.  AND ASK THEM IF THEY HAVE ANY MARRAIGE ADIVCE FOR YOU.  


     i personally recommend the retirement home.  i have been to a ton of nursing homes, and in my experience the patients seem to be more heavily medicated.  if you truely want to get advice and enjoy the experienec, then i would go to a retirement home where the people are ususally healthier and more lucid.  this is a really good idea.  especially if you are planning to wait a few days to go on your honeymoon.

    1

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