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Monthly Archives: February 2010

Fresh Friday!

I’m ready for spring, and spring hairstyles. I just can’t get enough of braids (even though I’ve been wearing the style this winter). I love them and they are all over the celebs and red carpet. Would you consider a braided style for the big day? Wedding Style, for a flower girl perhaps the Milk...

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Personal attendant to the rescue!

Photo by Milestones Photography A personal attendant will bustle a dress, fix a broken zipper with pliers, and help the bride go to the bathroom, among many other things. Selecting a good personal attendant (PA) can take a lot of pressure off of the bride. Shawna Noel Photography asked Kelsey, a recent bride, and Megan,...

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Fresh Friday!

Happy weekend! Here’s another Fresh Friday with Amanda! Everyone’s doing it – creating personal wedding blogs or websites. Wedding JoJo offers free wedding websites, or a service with advanced features (such as RSVP management) for a monthly fee. Unique reception entertainment? It could be interesting. Wedding magicians seem to be quite popular in the UK:...

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Make-up tip: Curl those eyelashes!

Ready for one of the biggest makeup artists’ tricks? I’ll give you a hint: it will make you look well-rested, ten years younger, and look both girly and sexy. Give up? Curling your eyelashes! If using an eyelash curler intimidates you, you are not alone. Many women avoid using an eyelash curlier because the tool looks...

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New feature: Fresh Fridays!

We love everything local, but sometimes it’s fun to get inspiration from outside of the Red River Valley. Our lovely friend Amanda, who is a co-creator of the blog spamous.com and adores everything about weddings, is going to round up a list of inspiring+fun links for you each Friday! It’s our new weekly feature called...

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Répondez, s’il vous plaît

It’s French for “please reply.” Traditionally, couples have had their wedding guests RSVP with a response card enclosed into a separate envelope. Today, few couples still use the traditional response card method because there are many more options available. The RSVP Postcard is a nice way to considerably cut the cost of postage by using...

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