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I don't think they will ever go out of style. Of course the first question people ask you about the wedding is ..."What is your key-color?" Sometimes this takes a little more dialogue - All White is understood by women more than the guys? So be prepared. These are a few good tips to pass along on this creative venture.
Some brides go wild with colors!!
TIPS on hosting an all white wedding...
1. Choose your venue carefully for this style wedding. Preview sites with a checklist for carpets, walls and decor that can really cause the clash to all white weddings that.... you do not want. I have yet to see white carpet in an event site....
2. Understand there are 15 or 20 shades of white.....so start with with dress and linens on the tables.
3. We have yet to find a totally white rose, mum or orchid. Most are creamy, beige, pink, champagne, ivory.
4. When you state white wedding, it all begins with the wedding dress and invitations.
5. White weddings work well year round.
6. Chair covers add elegance to your white table linens.
7. Be prepared at hotels or banquet rooms in restaurants to pay more for "specific white table linens".
8. Some whites diminish a bride's beauty. Look at the whites of your eyes and skin tones for your best shade.
We would love your input on our blog to this creative white wedding ideas!!!
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LOVE Those Shoes - So In Love Am I With Sexy Shoes.....But We All Must Take Sensibility To The Store When Shopping For Wedding Dress Shoes!! Seven Questions To Consider When Selecting Wedding Shoes!
I love the glamour shoes on the market…..they make our legs and ankles look amazing! Having a bit of a shoe fetish myself, I have had to come to grips on what I buy for what occassion.
I see brides and brides to be - wearing some very unique shoes, fun colors, lace boots, platform shoes with strap-styles, and tights. There are great ideas for fun glamour style shoes to match their attire. I have also had to help brides who fell in them, and helped tuck wedding dresses around the ankle boots and casts worn for sprained and broken ankles.
Yes we have all been warned. Some of us are very adept at wearing very high heels. So whether you are great at wearing the 3-7 inch heels, consider these Seven Questions to think about as you select your shoes for your wedding day apparel.
Consider how you look walling in the very high shoes You have spent all this money on a dress that you want to wear gliding down the aisle. With very high heels....The view of your body for most women is to lurch forward from the waist up - to keep the balance. Many look like they are taking a gallop....not what you want on the wedding aisle. So work on the posture and walk in your shoes well in advance if wearing very high heels. When shopping for shoes, the questions are:
1. Can you wear them again with anything else? Do we want to be practical?
2. Are you on a beach, garden terrace or lawns with uneven steps at your venue?
3. Can you dance in them?
4. Can you score the bottoms of the soles so they do not slip on different surfaces?
5. How many hours can you stand in them without the shoes hurting?
6. Do you have strong ankles?
7. Do they make you taller than your groom?
Sometimes brides select two pair of shoes to wear on their wedding day. Score the bottom of the shoe with a sharp knife to keep you from slipping on various surfaces. Take a very good look/photo the fabric of your dress to match it out with color, fabric and style. Flats and ballet style shoes work best on sand. Love your comments & photos on wedding shoes... Find LINKS to local bridal shops on WeddingLinks.co