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Mixing it up with music Author: Laurie Snyder Contemporary couples are turning musical traditions upside down. From invites to the reception, new trends have wedding parties mixing it up.Get your guests in the party mood early. Enclose a mix CD of songs that represent you as a couple with your READ MORE…

Author: Ellie Blomgren How difficult it must be to decide on a look that will be flattering yet comfortable and worry free on one of the most important days of your life.  That is the Question. Working with Brides gives stylists a sensitivity to just that. First thing a bride READ MORE…

Author: Marisilda Garcia Luges, sculptures, and fountains, oh my! Ice is not just for your wedding anymore. There are full ice bars available for your rehearsal dinner, cocktail hour or wedding reception. Ever thought of sitting on a bar stool made of ice or sipping from an ice martini glass? READ MORE…

Author: Laurie Synder While your wedding day is all about celebrating your love and commitment as a couple, the music you choose will be remembered as the soundtrack of your special day. Consider your unique taste, style and personalities as you make your decision. Professional instrumentalists such as harpists, pianists READ MORE…

Author: Marisilda Garcia Beaches, sunshine and great weather! These are only some of the benefits to living in Southern California. If you’re planning a summer wedding, your menu can offer a wealth of options for you and your guests. Living by the ocean has its perks and among them, seafood! READ MORE…

Author: Deirdre Schwiesow If a fabulous honeymoon is an experience you’d cherish, but it’s beyond your budget, one way to achieve it is with a honeymoon registry. Through a honeymoon registry, guests can pay for specific activities or aspects of your honeymoon, such as an upgrade of your airplane seats, READ MORE…

Author: Marisilda Garcia What used to be common place at malls, roller skating rinks and popular teenage hang outs, is now the life of the wedding reception: the photo booth. With a Photo Booth, you’re sure to capture the candid moments from your friends and family that will last a READ MORE…

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By: Deirdre Schwiesow Catering is typically the biggest wedding expense, so it’s essential to get clear information from the caterers you are considering. Once you’ve determined a caterer’s availability for the date and time of your event, you’ll want to do a taste test of sample dishes, look at a READ MORE…