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Indulge and Delight with Bachelorette Party Shot Glasses

Bachelorette Party Shot Glasses Keep the Party Going

 

Bachelorette Party Shot Glasses

  Every good bachelorette party includes a little alcoholic indulgence – it’s part of the tradition of the night. Bachelorette party shot glasses add to that feel not only by providing the receptacle for your libations, but also allowing you to send your maids (and other happy-go-lucky party-goers) little gifts to remind them of the fun that was had.   Bachelorette party shot glasses are always good for at least one thing: drinking. You might find that regular glasses don’t do the trick on your night of indulgence and frolic – bachelorette party shot glasses add the right amount of spunk and color that makes any night of (responsible) debauchery that much more entertaining. Bachelorette party shot glasses (especially the personalized ones) make it a party, not just a binge. Theme them for your party needs – thinking about playing pub golf on your big night? There are bachelorette party shot glasses for you! Take your bachelorette party shot glasses out with you bar hopping and keep an eye on your drinks (and designate exactly WHO is with the bridal entourage) all night.   Bachelorette party glasses also make great gifts. Remind the girls just how fun your party was months and years down the line – when they’re still pulling out your bachelorette party shot glasses to have their own nights of Dionysus-inspired merriment. Bachelorette party shot glasses always fit the bill!
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Mr and Mrs Chair Decorations for your Reception

Including Mr and Mrs Chair Decorations

Mr and Mrs Chair Decorations

While preparing the aesthetic for your wedding reception, think about adding a set of tasteful Mr and Mrs chair decorations. Mr and Mrs chair decorations are sashes or signs that attach to the back of your chair during the reception. The signs can be homemade, but you should be extra careful to integrate them seamlessly into your day; you don't want them to look out of place!   Mr and Mrs chair decorations make for wonderful photo opportunities, and depending on your seating chart, can make it easier for guests to orient themselves in your reception space. Use Mr and Mrs chair decorations during the reception for a fun and festive addition that guests will be sure to appreciate and enjoy.   After the reception, Mr and Mrs chair decorations look wonderful on your honeymoon vehicle (substitute a "just married" sign for re-appropriated Mr and Mrs chair decorations!). Before the wedding, Mr and Mrs chair decorations are fun additions to your bridal shower or bachelorette party (just the "Mrs" sign, of course!), and make wonderful decorations before and after the big day. When you're setting up the reception space, just make sure you don't forget the Mr and Mrs chair decorations!
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Team Bride! With Bridal Party Shirts

Bridal Party Shirts for Any Time

Bridal Party Shirts

Your bridal party will be together on several occasions as one unit before the big day: think bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, and any late nights where you’re frantically calling your maids to help you finish hot gluing ribbons to programs. Everyone will also be together on the morning of the wedding, primping and preening to look their best for your nuptials. A great way to get everyone a fantastic gift (and promote unity and a team-like attitude) is to spring for bridal party shirts! Bridal party shirts are a great gift for any part of the planning process: get them for the girls the day before the wedding so they can wear them during the morning, or hand them out when you first select your wedding party. Bridal party shirts work any time, and “transfers” make it easy to make any shirts bridal party shirts! The great thing about bridal party shirts is that everyone will look like a team in candid photos – during the bachelorette party, the rehearsal dinner, or even under the hair dryer! Bridal party shirts aren’t just for the adults in the group, either. Most flower girls love feeling like they’re an important part of your day, and bridal party shirts will make them feel included. Don’t be surprised if you see your flower girl wearing bridal party shirts to school even after the wedding!
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Etiquette for Pre-Wedding Parties

Sometimes a wedding can feel more like a mud marathon, especially with the weeks and months of pre-wedding parties to plan and attend. Sometimes these parties can be a weird etiquette gray-area, so how do you know who plans what? Who decides the guest list for the bridal shower? Who needs to be invited to the bachelorette party? Is it EVER okay to throw yourself an engagement party? If you’re lost, read on!   An Engagement Party
Who Will Host?: Typically, the engagement party is thrown by the parents of the couple, though no one is obligated to throw one. This isn’t one to plan for yourself; you really should wait for someone to volunteer.
Who Will Go?: An engagement party is often just family, though you should always be careful to try and invite only those who will be invited to the big event. The one hosting and funding the event is the one who decides the guest list, but you might want to be conservative in your recommendations if you’re asked.
Etiquette: An engagement party isn’t a very common pre-wedding shindig, so breaking etiquette isn’t a big concern. If you’re being thrown an engagement party before wedding plans have really started, you probably haven’t created a registry, so it’s unlikely that guests will ask for that info. A Bridal Shower
Who Will Host?: It’s possible that several people will volunteer to throw you a bridal shower, but you should try to accept only one or two.
Who Will Go?: Again, this is an event where only people invited to the wedding should be invited. You aren’t obligated to invite every female guest to the shower (cramming 50 women into a kitchen is logistically difficult).
Etiquette: Thank you cards are customary for bridal showers, just be sure that you aren’t having guests fill out their own addresses on envelopes as they watch you open gifts. Take the time to thank each of your guests with a lovely card, as this is an event where gifts will likely be “showered” upon you.   A Bachelorette Party
Who Will Host?: This is usually one for your bridal party, though your Maid of Honor doesn’t have to take the lead. Usually the maids split the bill, but that isn’t a requirement.
Who Will Go?: Bachelorette parties are often much smaller than showers, and many brides like to keep them for quality time with the bridal party before the big day. Again, make sure that everyone invited will also be invited to the wedding!
Etiquette: Try to keep your focus on your own party instead of checking on your fiancé all night via text. This is supposed to be a night for you and your girls – enjoy it! A Rehearsal Dinner
Who Will Host?: You and your fiancé do! The rehearsal dinner is your time to thank your wedding party for their participation in your wedding, and this is one event where the bride and groom usually foot the bill. Sometimes the parents will take the check, but don’t count on it – try to throw your own rehearsal dinner.
Who Will Go?: The people in your wedding party – that means ring bearers, those doing readings and prayers, the families, the bridesmaids – everybody.
Etiquette: No one is asking you to host a dinner at the fanciest restaurant in town; a backyard picnic is more than enough. This is your opportunity to gather everyone involved with your wedding together and thank them collectively. If you’ve prepared gifts (or some members of the wedding party want to give a speech, and there isn’t enough time during the reception), this is the perfect time.
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Daring and Fun: Sexy Cake Toppers!

Sexy Cake Toppers Add Passion to your Big Day

 

Sexy Cake Toppers

  For the bride and groom who don’t believe that the coy embrace of the traditional cake topper is quite enough for their big day, there are always sexy cake toppers. Sexy cake toppers may give your grandmother a heart attack, but they provide a unique opportunity to showcase your passionate love for one another on top of your unsuspecting wedding cake.   Perfect for bachelorette parties, anniversary bashes, or (if you’re brave enough) the big day itself, sexy cake toppers are a fun alternative to the more traditional options. Sexy cake toppers are hardly trashy or in bad taste, they’re usually just the right amount of flirty and fun, sometimes portraying the couple in a genuine moment of affection (who doesn’t want to pinch their groom’s butt on such a special day?). Sexy cake toppers are a great way to show your guests just how much in love you are – and that the physical side of your love is something to be embraced! (Just double check that “Can Not Attend” your prudish aunt sent you!).   Sexy cake toppers are available for more than just the huggy-kissy bride and groom – if you have a passion for provocative dance, sexy cake toppers are here for you too! Keep your sexy cake toppers for years after your nuptials to remind you just how much you love to love one another – even publicly!
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Maid of Honor Expectations

If you’re a bride, it’s understandable for you to want to share some wedding responsibility. After you’ve selected your wedding party, it’s easy to start handing out tasks to your Maid of Honor, and she probably wants to help, but keep these things in mind before you clutter her inbox with weekly wedding update emails:  m
    1. 1. A Maid of Honor Only Has One Set-In-Stone Duty

The role of Maid of Honor only has one responsibility: showing up and standing beside you on your wedding day. You didn’t pick her because you want a free wedding planner; you picked her because she’s the best friend you’ve got (aside from your fiancé). Don’t think that she HAS to sit up every night the month leading up to the wedding designing dessert tables and addressing invitations. It’s not a crime to ask for her help, but don’t expect it as a part of the Maid of Honor contract. Talk to her as soon as you can about how much responsibility she wants – NOT how much you expect.  
    1. 2. Don’t Ask Her for Parties

Bachelorette parties and bridal showers aren’t part of the deal either. It isn’t the responsibility of your Maid of Honor to plan and pay for all of your pre-wedding events, and you should probably hold off on asking for them. If someone (such as an aunt or bridesmaid) wants to host a shower for you, your level of involvement should be providing a short list of people you would like at the event (making sure that they’re all also invited to the big day); It’s up to the hostess to figure out the budget and how many people she’ll be able to afford. Pushing a large guest list or taking the initiative to assign parties to your Maid of Honor will cause undue stress and some unintended resentment. Take it easy – this is one part of the wedding process you don’t need to fret over!  
    1. 3. Your Maid of Honor has other Responsibilities

In the final weeks leading up to your wedding, you will probably be very focused on your impending nuptials – and that is completely understandable. Your Maid of Honor, however, probably has other duties that she’s trying to juggle in addition to her responsibilities as your right-hand woman. She probably has a job, a family, a cat, and an infinite number of other things weighing on her mind. Is she still in school? Working on her master’s thesis? None of these things will pause for her. Try to understand if she has to slip out of a Mani/Margi/Pedi Party a little early or can’t make it to your place for invitation addressing during lunch on a weekday. She would do the same for you!   Remember, your Maid of Honor will probably want to be there for you as you make your journey down the aisle. If you make a point to discuss expectations and responsibilities before things get crazy, your friendship will come out the other side even stronger than before.
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Bachelorette Party Accessories: Essentials for your Night Out!

Enjoy your Shindig with Bachelorette Party Accessories

Bachelorette Party Accessories

  Whether you’re getting hitched right out of your family’s home or you’ve been living together for years, every bride deserves a bachelorette party. And every bachelorette party deserves killer bachelorette party accessories.   So what will you need to hit the town with your closest gal pals?   Some bachelorette party accessories that can’t be missed are: themed favors, transportation decals, and sashes that tag you as the lucky future wife. Themes and color coordination aren’t just for the big day; they can also have a place at your bachelorette shindig. Make sure your bachelorette party accessories (such as favors and banners) are coordinated so you can find each other across the club, and make your way back to your ride (driven by a designated driver, of course).   If you’re having your last hurrah in Las Vegas, your bachelorette party accessories practically pick themselves. Go for banners and car decals that sport the iconic sign for Sin City, or bachelorette party accessories that showcase some sexy silhouettes.   Don’t forget favors at the end of the night! Bachelorette party accessories wouldn’t be complete without a few little gifts to give your favorite girls. Show them you appreciate their support with shot glasses dedicated to your last wild night before your nuptials.
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Prepare for Sin City with Las Vegas Wedding Accessories

Las Vegas Wedding Accessories Light up the Night

Las Vegas Wedding Accessories

  If you're tying the knot in Sin City, you've got to be prepared. Las Vegas wedding accessories can take your event from a run-of-the-mill shindig on the strip and turn it into an elegant (yet cheeky and fun) event that would make any traditional wedding blush.   Vegas weddings aren't what they used to be (though you can still find Elvis impersonators who will jump at the chance to officiate your wedding), but you still have to bring many of your Las Vegas wedding accessories with you. You can count on your chapel for flowers and a musician, but what about flower girl baskets? Car decals? Cake toppers? Las Vegas wedding accessories are the little pieces that really bring your day together, but with a little Sin City flair. The phrase "Las Vegas wedding accessories" doesn't necessarily imply the bold and brazen trinkets that a bachelorette party on the strip might have, though that is always an option. There's no rule that says shot glasses and racy cake toppers are off the table for Las Vegas wedding accessories, but they aren't your only option. Vegas can be a family venue too, and classy weddings aren't as rare as they used to be. Accent your decor with Las Vegas wedding accessories that showcase poker themes or the specific theme of your hotel. Little hints of Vegas make your wedding your own, and Las Vegas wedding accessories can set the tone you want for your big day.
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The Wonderful World of Wedding Window Clings

Wedding Window Clings: The Perfect Touch

Wedding Window Clings

  Finding the right accessories to perfectly accent your wedding or pre-wedding parties can be hard to coordinate. There are always candles and flowers, but what unique touch will bring the whole look together?   Consider wedding window clings. Perfect for any pre-wedding event (such as a bachelorette party, shower, or engagement shindig), personalized and customizable wedding window clings attach to most smooth, dry surfaces with a little bit of water, and can be removed safely and easily after the event. Perfect for any space with limited customization, wedding window clings will fit any theme or style you’re set on. Wedding window clings are also great for at-home parties such as bridal showers, as any window can become a surface ripe for customization. Wedding window clings don’t leave marks or residue, so they’re just right for any host or hostess who’s a little nervous about unintentionally permanent decorations.   Of course, the most popular use for wedding window clings aren’t going to be in the view of your guests for long – think about subbing car paint (which could be potentially hazardous, especially if you’re driving a classic or rented car) for wedding window clings on the back window of your vehicle as you exit your reception. Wedding window clings also look great next to a trail of rattling tin cans as you drive off into the sunset!
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Selecting the Perfect Bridesmaid Gifts

By the time your wedding rolls around, your bridesmaids will have been there for you through thick and thin.
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How can you convey your feelings to wedding day guests in a unique manner?

A captivating custom crystal tank or tee lets you the freedom of creating the wedding accessory exactly the way you want.
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Maid of Honor

The maid of honor is the chief attendant of the bride. She is majorly responsible for the success of the wedding. She should be always around to help the bride. The bride usually chooses her closest friend or relative to be the maid of honor. She helps the bride in her decision about the dress and accessories. She also helps her to decide the venue of the wedding and reception. The maid of honor also gets to decide the theme of the wedding along with the bride. She helps out with the invitations. She oversees the bridesmaids. She makes sure that everything is in order and all of them look good on the D day. The maid of honor organizes the wedding shower and the bachelorette party. In fact, she is the one who signs the marriage license after the wedding. She is the one who raises the toast to the couple and gives a speech on the wedding day. In short, the success of the wedding is highly dependent on the maid of honor.
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