October 24th, 2011

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Wedding Day Survival Kit: 16 Things To Keep On Hand On Your Big Day


You’ve planned every detail for months but bridal mishaps are inevitable. Don’t get caught in an emergency without some of the most important wedding day essentials. If you’re feeling crafty, you can put together your own kit or we love Ms. & Mrs. emergency kits available for everyone in the bridal party from maids to misters.

30 Ways To Wrap Your Bouquet

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If you’re a detailed-oriented bride you won’t let any element of your wedding slip under the radar — this includes the way you wrap your flowers. Choose between ribbon, burlap, twine or rhinestones, matching your floral tie to your personality, wedding theme, bridesmaids dresses (or all of the above!) — the more creative you get, the prettier the photos of your bouquet will be. Flip through these ideas and see which style of bouquet wrap is best suited to your big day.

A Seaside Wedding In Nova Scotia

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Jenna Ross and Craig Moore, June 19, 2010, Indian Harbour, Nova Scotia.

Photography courtesy Jason Dorey Photography, (jasondoreyphoto.blogspot.com).

Ceremony and reception location: Oceanstone Inn and Cottages
Dress: David’s Bridal
Hair and makeup: Interlude Spa
Groom’s tux: Alfani Red
Favours: Coconut lime biscotti made by the bride and darjeeling tea from Tea Forte
Bridal party attire: Dessy
Cake: 180 mini cheesecakes made by the bride
Caterer: Chef Paul MacInnis
Flowers: My Mother’s Bloomers
Music: iTunes playlist
Stationery: Ashley Rippke


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