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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Weddings - Sing a Sweet Tune With Wedding Music

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Music is an integral part of both the wedding ceremony and the reception. Music often conveys emotions that are difficult to put into words. Additionally, songs and music help us to remember certain key moments more easily. That's why we often associate rites of passage with the sound track of that time in our lives.

Consider the following:
The Ceremony
Can you picture the bride and her attendants walking down the aisle without any music? .....

Weddings - Wedding Issues

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5 Possible Problems And Some Advice

1. The Wedding Know-It-All
The Problem: "My future sister-in-law is telling me I shouldn't wear a white dress because it would be too harsh with my skin tone, wants to register for gifts with me (as well as tell me what to register for) and is suggesting where we honeymoon!”

The Advice: When wedding suggestions cross the line from helpful to aggravating, it's time to redirect that input so that you don't end up arguing over something that might not seem .....

Weddings - How to plan a wedding - a Step-by-step Guide

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Wedding Day Peace of Mind - Priceless!

Twelve months before the Wedding
Get yourself a binder with paper and dividing tabs.
Discuss with your fiancé and his/her families, plus your own, to determine a budget.
Decide on your wedding theme e.g. Christmas, Fall, Snowflakes, Black and White, etc.
Select a wedding date with your fiancé and families.
Decide on your wedding attendants.
Book a ceremony and reception location(s).
Book your professional wedding photographer, florist, caterer, videographer, and DJ or wedding musicians.

Weddings - Superstitions and Trivia

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Wedding Bands
The ancient Egyptians began the practice of wearing a wedding band. It was a symbol of unending love, since the ring has no beginning and no end. Giving a wedding band of gold represented purity. In medieval England, the practice of wearing the ring on the third finger of the left hand was because of the belief that the veins in the left hand led directly to the heart. By wearing the ring on this finger, the couple were "joined at the heart."

Best Man.....

Weddings - Valley Vines by Sarah Harrold

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A California Wine With A Western Spirit

Are you stuck in a wine “rut?” Do you wander around the wine racks in your local liquor store looking at every bottle, occasionally thinking “I wonder what that one tastes like?” or “that one looks interesting,” but in the end you always grab that same familiar label? .....

Weddings - Receiving Line: Etiquette, Options & Tips

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What they say about weddings is true: It'll all be over before you know it. So then how can you ensure you'll get the chance to talk to each and every guest before the bell tolls? Enter the receiving line - the most formal and efficient line dance you'll ever do. Here's how to connect with your company and give guests your most heartfelt greetings and gratitude.

Why Have One? .....