Oct 17, 2009
We have decided on a celabrant... YAY another step done...
Decided to use Kathy Bigwood, her website is http://www.vows4u.co.nz/index.htm
Well we are trying to put together our room here are some of the things we are looking at hiring.
These are to go at either end of the Bridal Table
I'm thinking of doing something like this with the burnt orange and champange
Man this one is a tough one, I've got a very round chubby face, and I doubt it will slim down alot for the styles I'd like... so this are the styles I'm working on... still have no idea, will need to run these past the hair dresser.
<--- Love the detail on the side
And thanks for Kohler44 who found this
Round Face Shapes
Your goal is to create less volume around the face. You also want to minimize the appearance of roundness.
Styles that are flattering and stylish: Try cuts that fall just below the chin. Soft, graduated layers are a great bet because they make your face appear slimmer and tend to remove bulk and weight from the sides. Consider wispy and tapered ends. These de-emphasize the roundness of your face. Bangs are flattering, but keep them long or sideswept.
Avoid: One-length, blunt cuts if you have short hair. Curly, short hair is also a no-no. These only emphasize your roundness. For more information, check out this photo gallery of best hairstyles for round face shapes.
Celebs who share your face shape: Fergie, Kate Bosworth, Oprah Winfrey, Cameron Diaz, Kirsten Dunst, Michelle Williams, Catherine Zeta-Jones
Tools you need: A great Boar's Hair brush to keep hair tame.
I know all good photographs should know what wedding pictures are to be taken but there are so many out there and the last two weddings I've been to have missed a couple of ones that we would have thought were important so I'm putting together a list with the help of a few websites and family members to give to the photographs so they can make note of ones that they don't have pin pointed in there head... the day only happens once.
Before the Ceremony
Bride alone (in wedding gown)
Bride with her mother
Bride with her father
Bride with both parents
Bride with maid/matron of honour
Bride with bridesmaids
Groom with best man
Groom with groomsmen
Groomsmen getting boutonnieres
Parents receiving flowers
Bride fixing make-up/hair
Attendants receiving flowers
Groom alone (in tuxedo)
Groom with his mother
Groom with his father
Groom with both parents
At the Ceremony
Guests waiting for arrival of bride
Bride's mother being seated
Groom's family being seated
Groom and groomsmen at altar
Attendants coming down the aisle
Bride down the aisle
Altar during ceremony
Bride and Groom saying vows
Unity Candle lighting by mothers
Unity Candle lighting by Bride and Groom
Flower girl and ringbearer
Bride and Groom down the aisle
Before the Reception
Bride and groom's hands
Bridesmaids looking at bride's ring
Bride and groom
Bride with her parents
Bride and groom with attendants
Bride with bridesmaids
Groom with groomsmen
Bride & groom with wedding party
Bride and groom with all parents
Bride and groom with bride's family
Bride and groom with groom's family
Bride and groom looking at each other
At the Reception
Bride and groom toasting
Bride throwing bouquet
Groom removing bride's garter
Groom throwing garter
Bride and groom dancing
Bride and groom seated at table
Bride dancing with her father
Groom dancing with his mother
Bride and groom talking with guests
Bride and groom cutting
Bride and groom feeding cake
Bride and groom arriving
Bride and groom going into reception
Photograph These Special Moments / Guests
A photo of each guest/couple
The lighting of a unity Candle is a relatively recent addition to the traditional wedding ceremony, most popular in the United States. The unity candle ceremony uses two taper candles with a large pillar candle (called the "unity candle") in the center. At the beginning of the wedding ceremony, a representative from each family (usually the mothers of the bride and groom) light the two taper candles. Later in the ceremony (usually after the formal vows), the bride and groom use the two taper candles to light the large pillar (unity) candle together.
Often a unity candle is decorated with the wedding invitation, an inscription, a picture of the couple, or other ornamentation. The candles are almost always white. The lighting ceremony may be accompanied by special Music, an explanation of the symbolism, or just some period of mutual gazing by the happy couple. In some circles, it is customary for the couple to save the unity candle and relight it on anniversaries.
Taken from the Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unity_candle)