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A Convincing Case for a Wedding Survival Kit

 Your wedding is going to be a blur of vows, champagne, dancing, and familiars.
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The Sentimental Purpose of a Wedding Gift Record Book

The second most important organizational book on your wedding day (second only to the guestbook) will be your wedding gift record book. 
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Changing it Up: A New Kind of Shower

Before you read on, be warned: etiquette shifts and changes depending on your social circle, and you don’t want to offend the bride or any of your guests when you’re trying something new. 
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Ideas for Wedding Shadowboxes

Supplement Frames with Wedding Shadowboxes

Wedding Shadowboxes

So your wedding day is through and now you’re compiling memories for every album, scrapbook, and frame that you’ve collected since your engagement. But now you’re noticing that there are many memories that can’t be flattened between the pages of something two-dimensional: your bouquet, favors, confetti, handkerchiefs… – the list goes on. You should start collecting wedding shadowboxes to display these beautiful and invaluable items. Wedding shadowboxes are beautiful contributions to your home, and in addition to showcasing memorable three-dimensional items from your wedding, wedding shadowboxes make storing these items for posterity much easier. It’s the things your future progeny can see and feel that will connect them to your wedding day; wedding shadowboxes keep the items you love most from being lost in moves and garage sales.   Wedding shadowboxes also make wonderful gifts, especially post-wedding. Think about saving some of the little things from the wedding you attend of a loved one (escort cards, favor labels, rose petals, etc), and put together wedding shadowboxes as future anniversary gifts. The wedding shadowboxes you present to your loved ones will be a welcome surprise and will definitely find a place of honor in their home for years to come. Pair photos of beautiful memories with the items involved with wedding shadowboxes.
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The Right Wedding Necklace

Finding a Wedding Necklace that Suits You

Wedding Necklace

  Whether you’re an eager bride, a mother-of-the bride, a bridesmaid, or just a guest fretting over the perfect piece of wedding-appropriate jewelry, the right wedding necklace can often be hard to locate in your average department store. The bride wants a wedding necklace that’s understated but special, a bridesmaid wants to shine without getting to flashy, and a guest just wants to get through the night without breaking any obvious fashion rules. So what should women look for in the right wedding necklace? The answer is pretty much the same from bride to mother to bridesmaid to guest: you want a wedding necklace with just the right amount of sparkle and simplicity.   The two best materials for a wedding necklace (pearls and diamonds) don’t have to be real and expensive to fit the bill. With the right wedding necklace, it’s more important that they’re small and simple in design – nothing too crazy that might compete with your outfit (especially if you’re the bride!). Popular now are natural vine-like motifs for a wedding necklace – it keeps the necklace from looking too drab while remaining subtle and beautiful.   Don’t go crazy when you’re hunting for the right wedding necklace – remember that it’s what the necklace is complimenting that counts!
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Add a Wedding Picture Frame to your House

Wedding Picture Frame: The Perfect Gift

Wedding Picture Frame

If there's one moment in your life that is sure to be documented, it's your wedding day. You'll probably hire a photographer, hundreds of guests will snap iPhone pictures, and you'll probably manage to grab a few shots for yourself. Chances are good that many of those photos will end up in your home; display them in a wedding picture frame to up your viewing pleasure.   A wedding picture frame sets the mood for the photo within, and they're so much more fun than a traditional frame. Take things up a notch with your wedding picture frame by doing something unexpected. Pick a wedding picture frame that also houses your unity sand, or a wedding picture frame in an interesting shape (such as a heart or a pair of toasting glasses). The wedding photos will be the first pieces of photography a guest will want to see; make it an impressive experience with a wedding picture frame.   If you're a guest looking for a memorable gift, look no further than a wedding picture frame. It's an especially wonderful gift for the couple without a registry, because it's probably something they haven't thought to get for themselves. Even if they already have one, there are a thousand more wedding photos where that came from. Help them out with a wedding picture frame.
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