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VaRhonda wants to know....
I asked some Brides-to-Be that if they had any wedding related questions to send them to me. Below are the questions VaRhonda had. Hopefully, they will answer some questions that have been on your mind. If not, give me a call!
Bride-to-Be VaRhonda asks:
you have to send save-the-dates to everyone or just people that live out of
town? How far in advance should we send them?
VaRhonda, If you are getting married during high travel times
(holidays, summers, etc) then a save-the-date card is helpful to your guests.
Also, if you have military family members or family who live out of state,
save-the-date cards help tremendously with planning.
Sending save-the-date cards six months prior to
the ceremony will allow guests time to book travel, hotel and request leave
from work. They may even save some money by making travel arrangements in advance!
How are you informing your guests of your upcoming nuptials?
May these vows and this marriage be blessed. May it be sweet milk, this marriage, like wine and halvah. May this marriage offer fruit and shade like the date palm. May this marriage be full of laughter, our every day a day in paradise. May this marriage be a sign of compassion, a seal of happiness here and hereafter. May this marriage have a fair face and a good name, an omen as welcome as the moon in a clear blue sky. I am out of words to describe how spirit mingles in this marriage. – Jalalud’din Rumi Maryam and Matt were married on August 9, 2019 at The Olana Mansion. This Persian-American wedding was filled with love, gorgeous flowers, and the most exquisite Sofreh I've seen. The Olana Setup Gorgeous Floral Centerpiece from I Am Styling USA Mr. & Mrs. Pedersen Sofreh Aghd by Kimia Dream Team Wedding Planner: Kiss and Tell Weddings Florist: I Am Styling USA DJ: Uptown Sound Vide
http://www.zazzleweddings.com/Be-My-Bridesmaid.php Your Attendants, or as they are commonly referred to as your Wedding Party, can be as large or as small as you like. Choosing your attendants may seem like a no brainer in the beginning. He pops the question, you say YES, you call everyone you know, and the next thing you know--you have 8 Bridesmaids! How did that happen?? It happened because your friends/family said, "I'm going to be in your wedding, right?" and you said, "of course!" It was not until three days later that you have realized how many people you invited into your wedding party. It is quite common to feel obligated to have certain people in your wedding (even if you are not close to them). However, it is your (and his) day so you should surround yourselves with people who are supportive, loving, and genuinely happy for you. Some of those described may be friends instead of family and that is okay. Choosing Your Wedding Party Think a
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