|WEDDING EZINE -THE ONLINE MAGAZINE|
December 16-31, 2003
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This issue we have the celebrities walking hand in hand, down the aisle for the first time as Mr. and Mrs. We have Tom Arnold leading the lovely Shelby Roos, and Tom DeLonge of Blink amidst a storm of petals with his new bride Jennifer Jenkins.
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:
Kim's Tip: Aisle Runners can be a great
way to formalize an outdoor or not church wedding. Even in the church
they set the whole bridal march mood. In fact, many houses of worship
will not usually allow you to have rose petals to be thrown in front
of you,For fear of damaging their carpet. An aisle runner can often
be the perfect compromise. Many Rental places however, (not all) can
charge a fortune for these pieces of fabric. My tip is too consider
buying the fabric yourself. Many fabric stores will let you sign up
for their newsletters to get discounts. I get at least one 50% of any
one item from Joann Fabrics every 2 months. One fabric cut is considered
an item, so go with the exact measurements you need and buy one extra
yard. You can match the color of your dress, bridesmaids' dresses, flowers
or whatever you like. One long running stitch on either side is all
you need, but if you are a true no-sew kind of girl, decorative pinking
shears will do the trick as well. In retrospect I wish I had made a
runner for my outdoor wedding my train now has grass stains on it.
Get Me To The Church On Time...
These days we usually have a limo or a
family member take the Bride to the church, but it used to be a little
harder to get there. A Bride used to have to be in shape and on the
ball! Walking used to be thought the best way of getting to Church.
This would give the Bride the maximum opportunities to spot lucky omens.
Having the sun shine on the Bride, seeing a rainbow, meeting a black
cat or a chimney sweep (some people actually hire one to attend the
wedding) are all lucky. Seeing a pig, hare or lizard running across
the road, or spotting an open grave were all considered bad omens. Try
to avoid Monks or Nuns as well, seeing either was thought to foretell
barrenness and a life dependant on charity.
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