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Well it is that time. There is a sparkly ring on my finger to tell the world that I am engaged. Though the wedding date is still undecided and definitely a ways off, I’ve already begun having dreams of it suddenly being my wedding day and not having prepared for it at all! I found one of the first thing that starts entering in your mind for planning is what I would like for my wedding dress. Budgeting is important and I had all but decided to order a custom fit dress online for under $250 when the time gets closer. Now I still believe this was a good idea, but there is something special about being at the wedding boutique with friends trying on dresses. What began as a typical girls day out at the mall, ended with trying on dresses — and walking out with my wedding dress. Wedding Boutiques are costly and most of the dresses I saw or tried on were around $1,000. So I believed I would simply enjoy the experience and use it for research at what type of gown I liked. The one dress we ALL loved happened to be on sale for $450. Pictures were taken, mom was called, and now almost everyone knows that I have it except of course my fiance. Perhaps I could have searched more and found other lovely dresses but this will remain a special memory. The lady helping me with the dresses at the boutique said in her experience the right dress is, “the one you glow in and look the happiest.”
A very simple and pretty DIY centerpiece option, perfect for wedding receptions or other parties. I feel this is a great example seeing as it would be so easy changing the color scheme and different elements. Be creative depending on your color scheme and theme! This bride listed what she used for this project: Fishbowls: $12 each at Michael’s Marbles: $8 per bag (had plenty for 9 centerpieces!) at Michael’s Roses: $12 per bouquet at Stop N’ Shop Baby’s Breath: $3 per bouquet at Stop N’ Shop http://www.youtube.com/embed/LNFBmi8Tk-4
We had a bride contact us for a wedding invitation with a zebra theme. She wanted the colors changed to match her color theme. Also the invitation included a monogram and matching address labels. I really liked the end result of this design.
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This is a very nontraditional invitation that will amaze your guests. Be unique with these tickemaster replicates
Okay so you need to order invitations, and don’t seem to understand what all those cards are for? Here is a quick review of how not to get confused in the paper world. If you are a quinceanera, you will most likely have both english and spanish. A lot of my clients order both. One set will be in english in an non formal invite such as a ticket invitation. The other will be a more formal printed on cardstock for close friends and family. There are several additions that you can add to the invitations, if you have a lot of wording.
Reception Cards: This card is the size of a business card. It will have any information that your guests will need to know to get to the reception hall location.
RSVP: (Tarjetas de Reservacion) We have matching response cards to all of our designs. This card must be return by your guest to confirm attendance of the event. If you do not have the budget for it, then I would suggest adding your RSVP information to your invitation. Hint: Facebook, Email or website.
Padrino Cards or Court of Honor Cards: Quinceanera Events have longs list of sponsors and courts. (chambelanes). This card can be a 4×5 or 5×7 depending on your budget. You can list the sponsors in appreciation of their participation.
Programs: Instead of listing your padrinos (sponsors) or court in inviation cards, you can also order a program that will list all of the above. A program willl list a schedile of events at your party. Since you basically have 4 pages of rooms for poems, sponsors, court ect… If ordering a program you might as well keep your invitation with the basic information.