|WEDDING EZINE -THE ONLINE MAGAZINE|
Welcome to Wedding Ezine -The Online Magazine!
Issue December 1-15, 2003
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As Dance Instructors we love to see people moving together as one! Dancing into their new lives together we have Prince Rainier the III performing his first dance with Grace Kelly, and Pierce Brosnan dancing outside an Irish castle with his new bride Keely Shaye Smith.
A romantic quote to elevate your mood or to help you find the right sentiment for your vows or ceremony.
We recently tied those knots and have tips, tricks and to be avoided stories to share:
Enjoying Your Reception...
Kim's Tip: Way too many brides are overly
concerned with the perfection of how their wedding comes off.Am I saying
that you shouldn't want it to be perfect? Of course not. The point is
that most of you have been planning this gorgeous wedding for over a
year, have agonized over colors, flowers, seating charts and who knows
what else. The day will come off beautifully, IN SPITE OF THINGS THAT
MAY GO WRONG. Often times there are little glitches that can cause a
bride to go bridezilla. If something of this ilk happens, let it go
and smile. Unless the Cake or the Ice Sculpture crashes to the floor,
nobody will notice unless the Bride and Groom freak out about it. Your
planning will carry the rest of the day wonderfully well. Your wedding
day is way too short to waste any time being unhappy. So enjoy yourself
and view all glitches as either a good story to tell your children or
as a chance to get money back after the reception!
Why Do We Give Wedding Favors?
Giving your wedding guests party favors at the reception dates back to a 16th century custom among the nobility in France. As the tradition was usually reserved just for royalty, the gifts were often very costly such as precious stones, gold, porcelain, etc. People have always wanted to emulate the rich and powerful, so the practice of giving favors trickled down the social ladder and now we all give little gifts to those who come to share our special day with us. Of course not everyone can afford gifts of royal caliber, so as the tradition became common among all of levels of society, gifts such as glass, confections, etc. were substituted.
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