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

    Grand Total: $496


     


     

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  • By: Alex Merriman 


    The “first look”—a pre-ceremony peek between the bride and groom, accompanied by a photo session—is a rapidly growing trend on the wedding scene. Whether to go with this option is a personal decision for each couple, with factors like superstition, tradition and logistics weighing on either side. While it’s not for everyone, most couples who went for it say they don’t regret it. For those on the fence, there are a few major benefits to consider. Here are our three top reasons to do a first look:


    1. It’s an intimate moment. 
    The first time a bride and groom see one another on their wedding day is a special moment many look forward to and cherish forever afterward. Seeing each other before the ceremony provides a unique opportunity for a couple to share the romantic, exciting and often emotional experience privately. And with a jam-packed itinerary ahead and the hundreds of friends, family members and strangers soon to gather around them, it’s likely to be the only alone time they’ll get on their big day. When the whirlwind is over, most couples say they’re glad they took the chance to enjoy a special, intimate moment with just the two of them.


    2. It makes sense from a scheduling perspective
    One of the biggest benefits of opting for a first look is there’s no need to squeeze a rushed photo shoot between the ceremony and reception. Capturing nice images of the bride and groom and their family members, bridesmaids and groomsmen in various combinations takes time, and cramming the process into a 15 minute time slot could mean a lesser quality result. Taking these photos beforehand gives the photographer ample time to get plenty of beautiful, creative shots. Everyone will be more relaxed (key to looking great in photos!), the ladies’ hair and makeup will be fresh, and the couple will be left with a much wider selection of portraits to choose from in the end. Plus, guests won’t be stuck in that awkward post-ceremony lull waiting around for the party to begin! Win, win.


    3. It calms pre-ceremony nerves
    Needless to say, experiencing any major life-changing moment before hundreds of eyes can be nerve-wracking. An overwhelming majority of couples who opted for a first look say that seeing their spouse-to-be before the ceremony had a dramatic calming effect. Going into the ceremony at ease and collected allows the bride and groom to be completely present in the moment and enjoy every second of it. After all, a wedding is meant to be enjoyed by everyone, especially the guests of honor! 

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


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


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



     


    Step One

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



     


    Step Two

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



     


    Step Three

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



     


    Step Four

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


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  • By: Caroline Drake 


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


     


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


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



     


    Step One 

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


     


    Step Two

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


     


    Step Three

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


     


    Step Four 

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




    Step Five

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



     


    Step Six 

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


     


    Step Seven 

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



     


    Step Eight 

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



     


    Step Nine 

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


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


     



    Step Ten

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




     


    Step Eleven

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


     


    Step Twelve 

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



     


    Step Thirteen

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


     


    Place them out in boxes for your guests to bring home as favors.  Macarons freeze well, so you can wrap them in plastic, and freeze the shells.  Certain fillings freeze well too, so it's possible to make the complete cookies far in advance.  These beauties will make a big statement.  
     
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  • Bless The Broken Road Artist: Selah Album: Not Provided Description Not Provided Lyrics I set out on a narrow way, many years ago
    Hoping I would find true love, along the broken road

    But I got lost a time or two
    Wiped my brow and kept pushing through
    I couldn't see how every sign, pointed straight to you

    Every long lost dream led me to where you are
    Others who broke my heart, they were just northern stars
    Pointing me on my way, into your loving arms
    This much I know is true
    That God blessed the broken road
    That lead me straight to you
    [ Lyrics from: http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/s/selah/bless_the_broken_road.html ]
    I think about the years I spent, just passing through
    I'd like to take the time I lost, and give it back to you

    But you just smile and take my hand
    You've been there you understand
    It's all part of this grander plan, that is coming true

    Every long lost dream, led me to where you are
    Others who broke my heart, they were just northern stars
    Pointing me on my way, into your loving arms
    This much I know is true
    That God blessed the broken road
    That lead me straight to you

    Now I'm just rolling home
    Into your loving arms
    This much I know, is true
    That God blessed the broken road
    That lead me straight to you
    That God blessed the broken road
    That lead me straight
    To you...

    More lyrics: http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/s/selah/#share 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 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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  • I just fell in love with this dress! 



     


    Breakdown:



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

    Grand Total: $496


     


     

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  • By: Alex Merriman 


    The “first look”—a pre-ceremony peek between the bride and groom, accompanied by a photo session—is a rapidly growing trend on the wedding scene. Whether to go with this option is a personal decision for each couple, with factors like superstition, tradition and logistics weighing on either side. While it’s not for everyone, most couples who went for it say they don’t regret it. For those on the fence, there are a few major benefits to consider. Here are our three top reasons to do a first look:


    1. It’s an intimate moment. 
    The first time a bride and groom see one another on their wedding day is a special moment many look forward to and cherish forever afterward. Seeing each other before the ceremony provides a unique opportunity for a couple to share the romantic, exciting and often emotional experience privately. And with a jam-packed itinerary ahead and the hundreds of friends, family members and strangers soon to gather around them, it’s likely to be the only alone time they’ll get on their big day. When the whirlwind is over, most couples say they’re glad they took the chance to enjoy a special, intimate moment with just the two of them.


    2. It makes sense from a scheduling perspective
    One of the biggest benefits of opting for a first look is there’s no need to squeeze a rushed photo shoot between the ceremony and reception. Capturing nice images of the bride and groom and their family members, bridesmaids and groomsmen in various combinations takes time, and cramming the process into a 15 minute time slot could mean a lesser quality result. Taking these photos beforehand gives the photographer ample time to get plenty of beautiful, creative shots. Everyone will be more relaxed (key to looking great in photos!), the ladies’ hair and makeup will be fresh, and the couple will be left with a much wider selection of portraits to choose from in the end. Plus, guests won’t be stuck in that awkward post-ceremony lull waiting around for the party to begin! Win, win.


    3. It calms pre-ceremony nerves
    Needless to say, experiencing any major life-changing moment before hundreds of eyes can be nerve-wracking. An overwhelming majority of couples who opted for a first look say that seeing their spouse-to-be before the ceremony had a dramatic calming effect. Going into the ceremony at ease and collected allows the bride and groom to be completely present in the moment and enjoy every second of it. After all, a wedding is meant to be enjoyed by everyone, especially the guests of honor! 

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  • Another Bites The Dust Artist: Queen Album: Not Provided Description Not Provided Lyrics Not Provided Video Not Provided
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  • By Janie Medley of The Bride's Café; Photos by Tori Watson of Marvelous Things Photography


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


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



     


    Step One

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



     


    Step Two

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



     


    Step Three

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



     


    Step Four

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


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  • This I Swear Artist: Nick Lachey Album: SoulO Description Not Provided Lyrics Not Provided Video Not Provided
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  • By: Caroline Drake 


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


     


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


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



     


    Step One 

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


     


    Step Two

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


     


    Step Three

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


     


    Step Four 

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




    Step Five

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



     


    Step Six 

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


     


    Step Seven 

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



     


    Step Eight 

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



     


    Step Nine 

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


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


     



    Step Ten

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




     


    Step Eleven

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


     


    Step Twelve 

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



     


    Step Thirteen

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


     


    Place them out in boxes for your guests to bring home as favors.  Macarons freeze well, so you can wrap them in plastic, and freeze the shells.  Certain fillings freeze well too, so it's possible to make the complete cookies far in advance.  These beauties will make a big statement.  
     
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  • Bless The Broken Road Artist: Selah Album: Not Provided Description Not Provided Lyrics I set out on a narrow way, many years ago
    Hoping I would find true love, along the broken road

    But I got lost a time or two
    Wiped my brow and kept pushing through
    I couldn't see how every sign, pointed straight to you

    Every long lost dream led me to where you are
    Others who broke my heart, they were just northern stars
    Pointing me on my way, into your loving arms
    This much I know is true
    That God blessed the broken road
    That lead me straight to you
    [ Lyrics from: http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/s/selah/bless_the_broken_road.html ]
    I think about the years I spent, just passing through
    I'd like to take the time I lost, and give it back to you

    But you just smile and take my hand
    You've been there you understand
    It's all part of this grander plan, that is coming true

    Every long lost dream, led me to where you are
    Others who broke my heart, they were just northern stars
    Pointing me on my way, into your loving arms
    This much I know is true
    That God blessed the broken road
    That lead me straight to you

    Now I'm just rolling home
    Into your loving arms
    This much I know, is true
    That God blessed the broken road
    That lead me straight to you
    That God blessed the broken road
    That lead me straight
    To you...

    More lyrics: http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/s/selah/#share 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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  • FromThis Moment Artist: Shania Twain Album: Not Provided 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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