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WEDDING DATE:

Dec 18, 2010

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12 -Pearl and silver table number frames  .................................. all for $60  (sold)

FOR SALE photo 1

 

Money/ Card box  colors are beige silver and ivory...................................$30

FOR SALE photo 2

 

Flower girl basket with detachable flower ............$10

FOR SALE photo 3

 

12,   8-10 inch ivory rose pomanders with a 12inch ivory ribbon  obo $70

FOR SALE photo 4FOR SALE photo 5

 

42 Votive bling candle holders .................. $2.50 each (reserved)

FOR SALE photo 6

6 Medium sized -  bling candle holders  10 inches long......................$30 for all (sold)

FOR SALE photo 7

 6 votive candle holders 4 by 5 inches .........................$20

FOR SALE photo 8

one- Bling votive candle holder lamp........................................$8sold

Used for guest book sign in table

FOR SALE photo 9

 

 one -12 inch tall bling candle holder.................$10 (sold)

FOR SALE photo 10

 

one - Bling letter M cake topper.................................................$25

FOR SALE photo 11

24 & 36 INCH crystal strands used for tall centerpieces .30 strands in total............ $25

FOR SALE photo 12

 

3 guest sign in pens with acrylic base .................$8

FOR SALE photo 13

6 vases with the letter M inscribed in them.............used for cocktail tables..............$24 (reserved)

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18 gold candle/ vases of various sizes .used at rehearsal dinner.................................$40

FOR SALE photo 15

 

 

6, 120 inch round table cloths in white $8 each

 

 

18 , 132inch pintuck tablecloths  $19 each (reserved)

FOR SALE photo 16

 Thankyou Parasol ...........................................$25( reserved)

practically brand new used it to take only 3 pics

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2 tier , 3meter  ivory cathedral veil............................................$40

 

1 brand new ivory fur Shawl.......................................................$30

 

Brand new never been worn or altered Maggie  Sottero .........Rowena (Alabaster) wedding dress....$800

FOR SALE photo 18

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Inside St Joseph`s Catholic Church

The church photo 1

  • Last updated on October 12, 2010 at 11:22 pm
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Cake photo 1  Love how simple this is

Flavors are : Champagne and strawberry/cream cheese filling

                  White choclate and white choclate cheese cake filling

  • Last updated on August 9, 2010 at 9:13 pm
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 OOT Brochures

  • A welcome note
  • Things to do in Loveland
  • Restaurants
  • Phone numbers (Airport, Taxi, Church)
  • Loveland city map
  • Colorado Visitor Guide
  • Wedding event itinerary
  • Directions to the church and the reception
  • Contacts sheet
  • Local coupons/entertainment
  • County natural areas guide/trails, etc.

In the out of town bags

  • Liquor shots
  • Two bottles of water with monogramms
  • Cozy socks (Red /White)
  • Snacks (gum/mints, hershey kisses)
  • Homemade Brownies and cookies.

Inspirations:

out of town guests photo 1out of town guests photo 2

 

  • Last updated on July 29, 2010 at 9:36 pm
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Roses.....I love roses.........because

All roses symbolize Love, but their colors have special meaning. Use the list below to choose the shade that best matches the feeling you want to convey.

Red - Love, passion, respect and courage
Yellow - Joy, friendship and freedom
Pink - Happiness, gratitude, appreciation and admiration
Cream - Thoughtfulness, charm and graciousness
Orange - Admiration, fascination, enthusiasm and desire
White - innocence, purity, secrecy, reverence and to honor those who are deceased 
My colors are deep red and ivory/cream ...

And drum roll,....... Carnations !! Yes carnations ...besides being very budget friendly here is why

What is delicate, durable, and delightful all in one? The carnation, scientifically known as Dianthus caryophyllus, is a historically rich and meaningful flower choice. With its scientific name dianthus roughly translating to "flower of love" or "flower of the gods", depending on the source, this flower is one that has been revered for centuries. One of the world's oldest cultivated flowers, the carnation is appreciated for its ruffled appearance, clove-like scent, and extended blooming period.

My choice of flowers explained photo 1

The carnation's history dates back to ancient Greek and Roman times, when it was used in art and décor. Christians believe that the first carnation bloomed on earth when Mary wept for Jesus as he carried his cross. Carnations in these early times were predominantly found in shades of pale pink and peach, but over the years the palette of available colors has grown to include red, yellow, white, purple, and even green. Throughout so many centuries of change, the popularity of the carnation has remained undiminished. The fact that the carnation continues to endure is a testament to its vast appeal.

My choice of flowers explained photo 2

The meanings of carnations include fascination, distinction, and love. Like many other flowers, different messages can also be expressed with the flower’s different color varieties. Light red carnations, for example, are often used to convey admiration, whereas the dark red version expresses deeper sentiments of love and affection. White carnations are associated with purity and luck, and pink carnations are often given as a sign of gratitude. In the early part of the 20th century, carnations became the official flower of Mother's Day in addition finding particular significance in many other cultures worldwide.

To this day, carnations remain a favorite flower choice for many different occasions. They are immediately recognizable flowers, and they possess a charm and allure that continues to captivate people around the globe. In fact, in many parts of the world, the popularity of carnations surpasses that of any other flower including roses. The powerful sentiments these flowers can express are a perfect compliment to their classic beauty and long-lasting freshness. By retaining its status as a floral mainstay for such a long time, the carnation has proven itself to be a lasting flower in more ways than one

My colors Deep red and ivory

  • Last updated on July 29, 2010 at 8:43 pm
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This is the most important part of the day for me .............so this is going to be the most detailed part of the day for me. It is going to be an hour long.

I am Catholic so here are the ceremonies explained...........

Why roses....I love roses but that is not the only reason..

The rose is considered a symbol of love and a single rose always means only one thing - it means, "I love you."

Honoring the mothers

On my way down the isle.......

  • I have arranged with your florist to have an extra rose complete with baby's breath and ribbon, placed at the back of my bridal bouquet. As i make my way to the alter,i will  stop and present one rose to your mother inlaw (i love her )along with a kiss and say, "I love you, mom."  (She does not know this is going to happen...=))
  • Because my mom is deceased i am going  to lay a "white" rose on an empty chair. ~Presenting a white rose indicates that someone has passed on. Red roses are for the living.

The Priest will then say before the beginning of the ceremony .....

Priest: "Join with me as we bow our heads to observe a moment of silence to honor the memory of those who are not with us today, but are here in spirit. Amen."

  • The readings and psalms

Still picking those out...

  •  The Pearl Lazo Rosary and ceremony

Our Catholic ceremony explained photo 1

http://www.wedding-wholesale.com/wedding-wholesale-accessories/ch_WHOL-arrl169g_Wholesale_Wedding_Lasso_Rosary_Pearl_Lazo_Rosary_with_Gold_Accents_GORGEOUS_double_rosa_wedding-wholesaleco_.htm

Significance.......

Lasso (Lazo Cord) The Lasso is associated with a wedding prayer during the ceremony. As part of the ceremony to symbolize unity, a large loop of rosary beads is placed in a figure eight shape around the necks of the couple after they have exchanged their vows. The symbolism of the lasso is to show the union and protection of marriage. Special members of the wedding party may be in charge of "lassoing" the Bride and Groom together after they kneel for the wedding prayer. They drape what is usually a white satin circle of cord around the shoulders of the kneeling Bride and Groom, groom's shoulder's first. The lasso may also be tied around their wrists.
The couple wears the lasso throughout the remainder of the service. The loop is symbolic of their love, which should bind the couple together everyday as they equally share the responsibility of marriage for the rest of their lives. A double rosary lasso may also be given by one set of the parents and may be blessed with holy water three times in honor of the trinity.
At the end of the ceremony, the lasso is removed by the couple who placed the lasso on the couple, or the priest. The lasso is given to the Bride as a memento of her becoming the lady of the groom's heart and home and shows their promise to always be together side-by-side.

  • Exchanging vows..

We are going to write our own vows and include them in the ceremony

  • Unity candle ceremony
  •  Exchanging of the rings

more to come....