This blog writer once had the unforgettable experience of peeking inside an Indian woman’s closet. The saris were every color of the rainbow, even the pastels brilliant! The lady showed me the sari she had worn to her daughter’s wedding. Its richness was breath-taking. A Hindu Indian bride’s sari is richly decorated in gold embroidery […]
Vintage Weddings Part 2: Formal Earlier this month we ruminated on the difference between eclectic and formal vintage-styled wedding receptions. Both have their charm, for sure. Eclectic allows for a more laid-back, mix-n-match style that can showcase your individual interests and creativity. Scouring antique shops and attics adds to the treasure-hunt fun of this look! […]
India: a land of mystery, beauty, and long-standing traditions. Marriage in India is greatly influenced by the religious culture, and that’s why we’ll be dividing our discussion into two parts: Muslim/Sikh and Hindu. There are a few similarities between the types of unions. Engagements in India were traditionally accompanied by a bridal dowry, which has […]
How many of you have seen Fiddler on the Roof? If you have, scenes from the sacred-turns-riotous wedding are forever imprinted on your mind. The symbolism and simple beauty of the ceremony giving way to joyous celebration presented the very essence of the historic Jewish wedding. Now days, things may have changed, but Jewish weddings […]
Here in America we possess a fairly standard expectation of what the typical wedding might look like: the bride in white, groom in a dark tuxedo, bridesmaids and groomsmen with a ring bearer and flower girl, a ceremony at a church or beautiful outdoor locale, a reception at a banquet hall where the bridal couple […]
One-stop shopping at Wholesale Event Solutions makes preparing for an elegant Valentine’s Day party or wedding as easy as tying a knot! … Well, we guess it depends what kind of knot! Start by selecting your table linens, chair covers and sashes in white, pink and red, topped by our ostrich feather centerpieces in those […]
A tropical beach at sunset. A billowy white dress, no shoes. Hair loose, flowers in hand. There’s nothing more romantic in the world than a destination wedding. And while it may be your ideal way to say “I do” it can be a bit stressful to plan. But keep the following things in mind and your planning will be stress-free and your big day perfect.
When it comes to decorating for your event there are a lot of things that have to be planned. Flowers, table clothes, and tabletop decorations are just a few of the different elements. But your centerpieces will most likely be the most important aspect of your decorations. After all they are the focal point of each table and you want them to be stunning while fitting in with the rest of your decorations. Regardless of your color or decorating scheme, these gorgeous DIY sparkled center pieces will wow your guests and make your event shine. And the best part is they are so easy to assemble each one should only take you a minute or so. So call your friends, grab a couple of bottles of wine and have a DIY centerpiece party.
Every couple wants to have the perfect wedding. But having the perfect wedding doesn’t mean that you have to start off your married life buried under a pile of wedding related debt. There are a lot of tips out there for saving money on your big day. But while most people know they should email their save the date cards and opt to use in season flowers, there are some more unique and lesser known ways that you can save money on your big day.
While most brides prefer to get married in the spring or summer, winter weddings are quickly gaining in popularity. There are many advantages to having a winter wedding, including the cost of the wedding (winter is considered “off season” so you can get a deal on everything from the venue to flowers) and having the season itself help out with the theme of the event. If you are a bride-to-be and you and your fiancé have your hearts set on a winter wonderland wedding, there are some things you are going to want to keep in mind to help you plan your perfect day.