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  • Hi everyone! I am getting married in may 2014 and I am absolutely in love with the Maggie sottero Ambrosia dress. Im hoping to purchase a used one. If anyone has one any size between 0-6. Preferably white or diamond white but color not a huge deal. Please let me know :)
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  • The model of bridesmaid dress is very important,but the color of it is also of high importance.When you are planning for the upcoming wedding, the color scheme for the wedding is quite important to settle on. Your discount bridesmaid dresses should generally stick to the color scheme. Here are some guidelines when choosing the color for the bridesmaid dresses.

    1. Season. If it’s a spring or summer wedding, choose light colors or pastels. In case your wedding is going to be held in the autumn or winter, apply for darker colors like black bridesmaid dresses or grey bridesmaid dresses.

    2 .Time. In the day, lighter colors perform best. If it’s a late afternoon or an evening wedding, you’d better choose darker colors for bridesmaid dresses.

    3. Dress code. Most weddings are formal, as well as in these events, darker colors will often work best. When the wedding is casual, you’ll be able to go for lighter colors; pink bridesmaid dresses are a good choice.

    4. Venue. For garden weddings in fall, apply for earth or neutral colors such as orange, brown, green or gold bridesmaid dresses. For any beach wedding, you are able to choose something that goes with the color of sand, for example the blue bridesmaid dresses.

    5 .Bridesmaids physique. Bright colors are probably not too flattering on the full figured woman. Colors which are too dark might wash the skin color of girls with pale complexions.

    After knowing those details,look for your ideal bridesmaid dress.Ask your bridesmaids for their preference. Should you already have a color in mind, request their feedback. You are able to adjust each casual bridesmaid dresses based on their preference as you can lighten or darken their dress a little.Have unforgettable memory.
     

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  • What the men in the wedding  party wear greatly depends upon other factors in your wedding.  Where are you getting married?  When are you getting married?  If your wedding is at the beach on a summer afternoon, then a tuxedo would be too hot for men to wear.  You don't want to spend your time in the ER with someone who has heat stroke.  Consider the climate you will be in during the time of year you plan to get married.  Also consider if your wedding is more formal or casual.  Even those planning to have a rustic wedding can have a groom dressed up.  Tuxedos are not your only options.

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  • Who says the ring bearer has to be in a suit or tux?  These are some inspiration I have found that I love.

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  • How do I Breathe Artist: Mario Album: How do I Breathe Description Not Provided Lyrics How do I breathe
    How do I breathe mmm mmm..
    Feels so different being here
    I'm so used to being next to you
    Life for me is not the same
    Theres no-one to talk to
    Don't know why I let it go too far
    Starting over it's so hard
    Seems like everywhere I try to go
    I keep thinking of you
    I just had a wakeup call
    Wishing that I never let you fall
    Baby your not to blame at all
    When i'm the one that pushed you away
    Baby if you knew I care
    You never wouldve went nowhere
    Girl I should have been right there


    How do I breathe
    Without you here by my side
    How will I see
    When Your love brought me to the light
    Where do I go
    When your hearts where I lay my head
    When your not with me
    How do I breathe
    How do I breathe


    Girl I'm losing my mind
    Yes I made a mistake
    Thought that you would be mine
    Guess the joke was on me
    I miss you so bad I cant sleep
    I wish I knew where you could be
    Another dude is replacing me
    Girl this cant be happening
    I just had a wakeup call
    Wishing that I never let you fall
    Baby your not to blame at all
    When i'm the one that pushed you away
    Baby if you knew I care
    [ How Do I Breathe lyrics found on http://www.completealbumlyrics.com ]
    You never would have went nowhere
    Girl I should have been right there


    And I wonder
    How do I breathe
    Without you here by my side
    How will I see
    When Your love brought me to the light
    Where do I go
    When your hearts where I lay my head
    When your not with me
    How do I breathe
    How do I breathe


    I cant get over you no
    Baby I dont wanna let go
    Girl you need to come home
    Back to me
    Cause girl you made it hard to breathe
    When your not with me


    Tell me
    How do I breathe
    Without you here by my side
    How will I see
    When Your love brought me to the light
    Where do I go
    When your hearts where I laid my head
    When your not with me
    How do I breathe
    How do I breathe


    Tell me
    How do I breathe
    Without you here by my side
    How will I see
    When Your love brought me to the light
    Where do I go
    When your hearts where I laid my head
    When your not with me
    How do I breathe
    How do I breathe

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  • By: Victoria Hudgins; Photos by Erin Holland


    Paper bunting looks ultra modern and chic in polkadots and stripes. Use this simple tutorial and pattern inspiration to make accordion fold bunting for your ceremony or reception.  It's sure to draw attention and adoration from guests!


     



     


    Step One

    Choose papers that coordinate with your palette and theme; each bunting piece is made from one 12x12 inch page of scrapbook paper.


     


    Step Two

    Fold the paper back and forth- accordion style.


     


    Step Three

    Locate the middle of the folded paper, then fold the entire length of the accordion in half.


     


    Step Four

    Glue the center sections to one another.  


     


    Step Five

    Affix to a string and fan out the folds for display.


    Make the strands as long as you need or combine multiple strands to create an artful wall display.


     

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  • Ideas to trim your wedding budget!!!!


    Here are some great and easy ideas on how to save some money on your big day ♥


     


    Consider a signature cocktail-


    Serve a custom-made cocktail, such as punch or a classic libation, instead of providing a full bar


     


    Limit alcoholic beverage choices –


    Limit alcoholic beverages to wine and beer, choices that will satisfy most of your guests. Join mailing lists at wine shops, then, when wines you want for your wedding go on sale, buy in bulk and in magnum sizes to save. When you're ready to buy wine, go with wholesale. You'll pay your caterer a corkage fee to pour it, but wine purchased through him can cost twice as much. Most merchants offer a 10 percent discount for buying wine by the case, and they'll often increase that if you purchase several cases at once.


     


    Consider a wedding breakfast or brunch –


    Breakfasts, brunches, and afternoon teas are usually more affordable than evening receptions: They're shorter, the fare is lighter, and guests tend to consume less liquor early in the day.


     


    Buy local ingredients –


    Have your caterer use local fruits and vegetables that are in season. Not only will these items be more economical, they'll taste fresher.


     


    Avoid pricey main course –


    Use expensive ingredients, such as lobster, in hors d'oeuvres rather than in a main course. Consider a raw bar for cocktail hour stocked with fresh clams, oysters on the half shell, and poached jumbo shrimp, lobster, smoked mussels, and crab cocktails.


     


    Forgo Full Dinner service–


    How dinner is served affects the price. French service, in which guests are served by waiters from a platter at the table, and regular plate service are the most expensive. More economical is family style, where diners help themselves from serving dishes brought to the table.


     


    Make wedding cake the dessert –


    Dispense with a separate dessert course, and just present the wedding cake as dessert, with coffee and tea to end the meal.


     


    Punch and cake Reception –


    A punch-and-cake reception held in the late morning or afternoon is the least expensive type of party. To make it special, serve several cakes of different designs and flavors, or make punch in colors that match your palette.


     


    Two Wedding cakes can be cheaper –


    Order two cakes for the reception: a large sheet cake and a small fancy one to be used for display and the cake-cutting ceremony. The sheet cake, which can be less elaborately decorated than the other, gets sliced and dished up in the kitchen.


     


    Repurpose your wedding flowers –


    Make floral arrangements do double duty: If there's an adequate number of ceremony flowers and they're an appropriate size, they can serve as centerpieces at the reception; otherwise they can decorate guest-book, seating-card, and favor tables. Place bridesmaids' bouquets on the cake table.


     


    Turn Favors into centerpieces-


    As an alternative to traditional flower centerpieces, group favors together on the table. Even if you spend a bit more on the favors themselves, you'll probably save overall.


     


    Two in One favor place cards –


    Use favors as seating or place cards to save a bit on stationery costs. For seating cards, write guests' names and table numbers on strips of paper, affix them to the favors, and set in order on a table near the entrance. For place cards, put favors with names attached at guests' places.


     


    Downsize your bridal party –


    Try to keep the number of attendants as small as possible: The larger the bridal party, the more you'll spend for gifts and flowers.


     


    Fly on Credit -


    Pay wedding costs with a credit card to earn frequent-flyer miles toward your honeymoon. Just make sure to avoid incurring interest charges by paying the balance in full each month


     


    Sample Size your makeup –


    If you're getting your wedding look done at a makeup counter, buy only the items you'll definitely use again (e.g., lipstick). Scoop up samples of anything you'll use only on the big day (e.g., face powder).


     


    Give a newbie a chance –


    There are many talented photographers who haven't made a name for themselves yet, and their lack of fame can save you a fortune. If you fall hard for a photographer who's in high demand, ask if she'll refer you to a lower-priced colleague (just make sure you like his work before you commit).



    Source (and more ideas) I ♥ me some Marth Stewart!!!

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  • DIY Tea Bag favors plus a pouch to keep it clean.


    The cost for me was under $15 for 36 favors.



    Materials:


    Loose leaf 1tsp-2tsp per pouch


    or Instant tea bags


    mini safety pin


    Muslin undyed/unbleached


    Oraganic cotton/hemp spool


    Sewing Thread and needle


    Stamp for design


    Fabric paint


    I used a stencil brush to apply paint to stamp


    Blow dryer to dry the paint quickly or air dry over night


    Directions:


    POUCH: I used a Lipton Tea Bag in a foil wrapped pouch for the general template size then increased by 1/4" for seem allowance. and folded it over for a front and back.


    muslin is roughly 7 1/4" x 3 1/4"


    Fold over top and bottom edges 1/4" towards the wrong side and stitch the edge. You want to make a gap to fit in the string.


    Cut string approx 8 inches You can attach a tag with hot glue at the end or just knot it.


    Teabag: You can use a store bought tea bag which is a lot less expensive!


    I took a pouch and folded it into a long tube and stiched and then sewed into one end the string and added 2 teaspoons whole tea and then stiched the bottom closed. Yes you can see these two seems which is why they are decorative stiches.


    Now I have have a tube left to make a second tea bag.

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  • Hi everyone! I am getting married in may 2014 and I am absolutely in love with the Maggie sottero Ambrosia dress. Im hoping to purchase a used one. If anyone has one any size between 0-6. Preferably white or diamond white but color not a huge deal. Please let me know :)
    0
  • http://img.weddingcountdown.com/ticker/umyrex5goy.png
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  • The model of bridesmaid dress is very important,but the color of it is also of high importance.When you are planning for the upcoming wedding, the color scheme for the wedding is quite important to settle on. Your discount bridesmaid dresses should generally stick to the color scheme. Here are some guidelines when choosing the color for the bridesmaid dresses.

    1. Season. If it’s a spring or summer wedding, choose light colors or pastels. In case your wedding is going to be held in the autumn or winter, apply for darker colors like black bridesmaid dresses or grey bridesmaid dresses.

    2 .Time. In the day, lighter colors perform best. If it’s a late afternoon or an evening wedding, you’d better choose darker colors for bridesmaid dresses.

    3. Dress code. Most weddings are formal, as well as in these events, darker colors will often work best. When the wedding is casual, you’ll be able to go for lighter colors; pink bridesmaid dresses are a good choice.

    4. Venue. For garden weddings in fall, apply for earth or neutral colors such as orange, brown, green or gold bridesmaid dresses. For any beach wedding, you are able to choose something that goes with the color of sand, for example the blue bridesmaid dresses.

    5 .Bridesmaids physique. Bright colors are probably not too flattering on the full figured woman. Colors which are too dark might wash the skin color of girls with pale complexions.

    After knowing those details,look for your ideal bridesmaid dress.Ask your bridesmaids for their preference. Should you already have a color in mind, request their feedback. You are able to adjust each casual bridesmaid dresses based on their preference as you can lighten or darken their dress a little.Have unforgettable memory.
     

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  • What the men in the wedding  party wear greatly depends upon other factors in your wedding.  Where are you getting married?  When are you getting married?  If your wedding is at the beach on a summer afternoon, then a tuxedo would be too hot for men to wear.  You don't want to spend your time in the ER with someone who has heat stroke.  Consider the climate you will be in during the time of year you plan to get married.  Also consider if your wedding is more formal or casual.  Even those planning to have a rustic wedding can have a groom dressed up.  Tuxedos are not your only options.

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  • Who says the ring bearer has to be in a suit or tux?  These are some inspiration I have found that I love.

    0
  • Source

     

     

    0
  • How do I Breathe Artist: Mario Album: How do I Breathe Description Not Provided Lyrics How do I breathe
    How do I breathe mmm mmm..
    Feels so different being here
    I'm so used to being next to you
    Life for me is not the same
    Theres no-one to talk to
    Don't know why I let it go too far
    Starting over it's so hard
    Seems like everywhere I try to go
    I keep thinking of you
    I just had a wakeup call
    Wishing that I never let you fall
    Baby your not to blame at all
    When i'm the one that pushed you away
    Baby if you knew I care
    You never wouldve went nowhere
    Girl I should have been right there


    How do I breathe
    Without you here by my side
    How will I see
    When Your love brought me to the light
    Where do I go
    When your hearts where I lay my head
    When your not with me
    How do I breathe
    How do I breathe


    Girl I'm losing my mind
    Yes I made a mistake
    Thought that you would be mine
    Guess the joke was on me
    I miss you so bad I cant sleep
    I wish I knew where you could be
    Another dude is replacing me
    Girl this cant be happening
    I just had a wakeup call
    Wishing that I never let you fall
    Baby your not to blame at all
    When i'm the one that pushed you away
    Baby if you knew I care
    [ How Do I Breathe lyrics found on http://www.completealbumlyrics.com ]
    You never would have went nowhere
    Girl I should have been right there


    And I wonder
    How do I breathe
    Without you here by my side
    How will I see
    When Your love brought me to the light
    Where do I go
    When your hearts where I lay my head
    When your not with me
    How do I breathe
    How do I breathe


    I cant get over you no
    Baby I dont wanna let go
    Girl you need to come home
    Back to me
    Cause girl you made it hard to breathe
    When your not with me


    Tell me
    How do I breathe
    Without you here by my side
    How will I see
    When Your love brought me to the light
    Where do I go
    When your hearts where I laid my head
    When your not with me
    How do I breathe
    How do I breathe


    Tell me
    How do I breathe
    Without you here by my side
    How will I see
    When Your love brought me to the light
    Where do I go
    When your hearts where I laid my head
    When your not with me
    How do I breathe
    How do I breathe

    Video Not Provided
    0
  • By: Victoria Hudgins; Photos by Erin Holland


    Paper bunting looks ultra modern and chic in polkadots and stripes. Use this simple tutorial and pattern inspiration to make accordion fold bunting for your ceremony or reception.  It's sure to draw attention and adoration from guests!


     



     


    Step One

    Choose papers that coordinate with your palette and theme; each bunting piece is made from one 12x12 inch page of scrapbook paper.


     


    Step Two

    Fold the paper back and forth- accordion style.


     


    Step Three

    Locate the middle of the folded paper, then fold the entire length of the accordion in half.


     


    Step Four

    Glue the center sections to one another.  


     


    Step Five

    Affix to a string and fan out the folds for display.


    Make the strands as long as you need or combine multiple strands to create an artful wall display.


     

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  • Ideas to trim your wedding budget!!!!


    Here are some great and easy ideas on how to save some money on your big day ♥


     


    Consider a signature cocktail-


    Serve a custom-made cocktail, such as punch or a classic libation, instead of providing a full bar


     


    Limit alcoholic beverage choices –


    Limit alcoholic beverages to wine and beer, choices that will satisfy most of your guests. Join mailing lists at wine shops, then, when wines you want for your wedding go on sale, buy in bulk and in magnum sizes to save. When you're ready to buy wine, go with wholesale. You'll pay your caterer a corkage fee to pour it, but wine purchased through him can cost twice as much. Most merchants offer a 10 percent discount for buying wine by the case, and they'll often increase that if you purchase several cases at once.


     


    Consider a wedding breakfast or brunch –


    Breakfasts, brunches, and afternoon teas are usually more affordable than evening receptions: They're shorter, the fare is lighter, and guests tend to consume less liquor early in the day.


     


    Buy local ingredients –


    Have your caterer use local fruits and vegetables that are in season. Not only will these items be more economical, they'll taste fresher.


     


    Avoid pricey main course –


    Use expensive ingredients, such as lobster, in hors d'oeuvres rather than in a main course. Consider a raw bar for cocktail hour stocked with fresh clams, oysters on the half shell, and poached jumbo shrimp, lobster, smoked mussels, and crab cocktails.


     


    Forgo Full Dinner service–


    How dinner is served affects the price. French service, in which guests are served by waiters from a platter at the table, and regular plate service are the most expensive. More economical is family style, where diners help themselves from serving dishes brought to the table.


     


    Make wedding cake the dessert –


    Dispense with a separate dessert course, and just present the wedding cake as dessert, with coffee and tea to end the meal.


     


    Punch and cake Reception –


    A punch-and-cake reception held in the late morning or afternoon is the least expensive type of party. To make it special, serve several cakes of different designs and flavors, or make punch in colors that match your palette.


     


    Two Wedding cakes can be cheaper –


    Order two cakes for the reception: a large sheet cake and a small fancy one to be used for display and the cake-cutting ceremony. The sheet cake, which can be less elaborately decorated than the other, gets sliced and dished up in the kitchen.


     


    Repurpose your wedding flowers –


    Make floral arrangements do double duty: If there's an adequate number of ceremony flowers and they're an appropriate size, they can serve as centerpieces at the reception; otherwise they can decorate guest-book, seating-card, and favor tables. Place bridesmaids' bouquets on the cake table.


     


    Turn Favors into centerpieces-


    As an alternative to traditional flower centerpieces, group favors together on the table. Even if you spend a bit more on the favors themselves, you'll probably save overall.


     


    Two in One favor place cards –


    Use favors as seating or place cards to save a bit on stationery costs. For seating cards, write guests' names and table numbers on strips of paper, affix them to the favors, and set in order on a table near the entrance. For place cards, put favors with names attached at guests' places.


     


    Downsize your bridal party –


    Try to keep the number of attendants as small as possible: The larger the bridal party, the more you'll spend for gifts and flowers.


     


    Fly on Credit -


    Pay wedding costs with a credit card to earn frequent-flyer miles toward your honeymoon. Just make sure to avoid incurring interest charges by paying the balance in full each month


     


    Sample Size your makeup –


    If you're getting your wedding look done at a makeup counter, buy only the items you'll definitely use again (e.g., lipstick). Scoop up samples of anything you'll use only on the big day (e.g., face powder).


     


    Give a newbie a chance –


    There are many talented photographers who haven't made a name for themselves yet, and their lack of fame can save you a fortune. If you fall hard for a photographer who's in high demand, ask if she'll refer you to a lower-priced colleague (just make sure you like his work before you commit).



    Source (and more ideas) I ♥ me some Marth Stewart!!!

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  • DIY Tea Bag favors plus a pouch to keep it clean.


    The cost for me was under $15 for 36 favors.



    Materials:


    Loose leaf 1tsp-2tsp per pouch


    or Instant tea bags


    mini safety pin


    Muslin undyed/unbleached


    Oraganic cotton/hemp spool


    Sewing Thread and needle


    Stamp for design


    Fabric paint


    I used a stencil brush to apply paint to stamp


    Blow dryer to dry the paint quickly or air dry over night


    Directions:


    POUCH: I used a Lipton Tea Bag in a foil wrapped pouch for the general template size then increased by 1/4" for seem allowance. and folded it over for a front and back.


    muslin is roughly 7 1/4" x 3 1/4"


    Fold over top and bottom edges 1/4" towards the wrong side and stitch the edge. You want to make a gap to fit in the string.


    Cut string approx 8 inches You can attach a tag with hot glue at the end or just knot it.


    Teabag: You can use a store bought tea bag which is a lot less expensive!


    I took a pouch and folded it into a long tube and stiched and then sewed into one end the string and added 2 teaspoons whole tea and then stiched the bottom closed. Yes you can see these two seems which is why they are decorative stiches.


    Now I have have a tube left to make a second tea bag.

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