|WEDDING EZINE -THE ONLINE MAGAZINE|
Wedding Ezine -The Online Magazine!
Issue May 15-31, 2002
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This week's selection is Courtney Cox & David Arquette
A romantic quote to elevate your mood or to help you find the right sentiment for your vows or ceremony.
"Sooner or later we begin to understand that love is more than verses on valentines and romance in the movies. We begin to know that love is here and now, real and true, the most important thing in our lives. For love is the creator of our favorite memories and the foundation of our fondest dreams. Love is a promise that is always kept, a fortune that can never be spent, a seed that can flourish in even the most unlikely of places. And this radiance that never fades, this mysterious and magical joy, is the greatest treasure of all - one known only by those who love."
~ Author Unknown
TIP # 1: Don't wear iridescent eye shadow - it makes your eyes look red in photographs! You don't want to look like you were crying, even if you were!
Why do Brides carry bouquets? The Ancient Egyptians had the bride carry strong smelling herbs and flowers which were believed to ward away evil. The Romans did the same, most often choosing rosemary to symbolize fidelity and fertility, as well as to scare off evil spirits. The Greeks carried ivy to symbolize endless love. Orange blossoms, (the world renowned wedding flower) were chosen by the Spaniards, to represent happiness and fulfillment, because the orange tree flowers and bears fruit at the same time. We have the Victorians to thank for the rose being the flower of choice for most weddings. The Victorians were obsessed with attributing meanings to flowers and popularized the red rose as an emblem for passionate true love. A single red rose still bears that meaning today.
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