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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Some Tricks Buying Wedding Dress

Hidden Costs

Keep in mind that the cost of your gown won’t include the price of the outfit alone. The cost will also include the price of headpiece, veil, undergarments, accessories and possible alterations as well. Before deciding on your budget, make sure you consider these factors.

Undergarments

The majority of bridal shops keep various bras in their fitting rooms. So, if you want to go for a body shaper or a strapless style, you may want to get it. Actually, you may want to buy some gown-specific undergarments. Make sure you consider important things before buying them.

Salons get Requests

Most bridal salons offer a wide range of designer outfits for weddings, but that doesn’t mean you can always find your favorite dress in your local designer salon. If your local salon doesn’t have it, you can call in advance and make a request for your favorite style. They may be able to get a sample for you.

Don’t Given Up

At most bridal designers, you can find hundreds of designs. So, your chances of getting your desired style are pretty good. It may be a disappointment to get back home empty-handed on your first trip to the salon, but you should never give up. You should try again and again until you get what you wanted.

Consider Your Body Shape

You should focus more on your body shape and frame when trying different dresses. As a matter of fact, your weight may fluctuate during stressful situations. Your stress shouldn’t prevent you from making the right choice. What you need to do is look for silhouettes that come with the features that you like.

Book an Appointment

If you get lucky, you may find a salesperson as soon as you get in. However, it’s recommended that you schedule an appointment to make sure that you get the attention you need.

Information of Garden Wedding Receptions

When planning your garden wedding venue there is one thing that you need to take into consideration. You need to ensure there is enough space to accommodate a big group of people, that there is an area where people can dance, room for a band or DJ, room to set up tables if you are having a banquet, and more. Most brides who are planning a garden wedding and reception think that it is going to be a beautiful sunny day but no one can dictate the weather and make it be a sunny day. It could be a wet miserable do so you should rent a tent. Not only will it give you protection if the weather does not cooperate, it will give an ambiance to the wedding reception.

If you are using a tent, make sure that it is placed on even ground at a high level. If the water accumulates after a shower or the area is uneven install a subflooring of vinyl or plywood. Make sure that there are no overhead utility lines. The size tent that you will need depends on how many people will be there at the reception along with allowing space for dancing and seating if these are to be held under cover. You can choose from sturdy frame tents to the traditional pole tents.

Lighting is an important consideration, which adds to the romance of the wedding and reception. You should choose colors that create the mood you are trying to portray, which can include:

• Oranges and reds to energize your guests and create excitement
• Purples and blues will give your wedding reception a relaxing tranquil setting
• Golden and amber tones will give you beautiful pictures that make your guests and décor look beautiful
• Pinks will give your wedding reception comfort and warmth.

Perfect Wedding Table Setting

Wedding Favors – The tradition of having wedding favors can be traced back to the medieval times where the tables of the royals and nobility were adorned with sweets as gifts to guests. Favors are often packaged nicely for added charm. They can be as simple as a mint candy or sugar-coated nuts. Your imagination is the only limit. It’s a great idea to check out wedding magazines for ideas.

Flowers and Plants – Greenery can just be the perfect touch in making a simple but eye-catching centerpiece, giving plain tables an instant make over.

Matching Table Stationery – Choose wedding stationery that has a ‘wow’ factor. It will express your style as a couple and set the mood for the big event. When they see consistency with the paper goods, up to the table setting, this will surely catch your guests’ attention. Matching paper goods like menu cards, place cards and table cards add magic to your wedding!

Buying Wedding Gifts

Shopping off-registry

In some situations it isn’t always possible to shop from the list of gifts on the wedding registry. This is usually the case for those guests that are last to purchase a gift or unable to afford the more expensive items. Should this happen, it is possible to select an alternative gift similar to others on the list or even give a cash gift which most couples are certain to appreciate.

When to buy the wedding gift

The preferred time to ship the gift to the couple is usually within two weeks of the special day. But if you don’t have the time to buy a gift before the wedding, try to do so as soon as possible after the event. If you leave it too long you will likely end up forgetting or procrastinating and not bothering in the end.

There is also the option to take the gift to the wedding where a gift table is made available for guest to leave cards, boxed gifts, or cash gifts. Also, to avoid the risk of a cash-stuffed envelope getting lost or stolen it may benefit to replace cash with a check if planning to present at the wedding venue.

Knowing what to spend

The amount spent on a wedding gift is usually appropriate to your relationship with the happy couple. In most cases the lowest amount is in the region of $50 which is appropriate for a distant family member or coworker. But for the close friends or relatives the gift price can increase to $150 or more.