WEDDING EZINE -THE ONLINE MAGAZINE
 

Welcome to Wedding Ezine -The Online Magazine
Issue July 16-31, 2002

Our Brides and Grooms have danced the night away at their fairytale weddings! Let us help you plan Your 1st Dance and MORE!

First Dance Impressions
Offers the most full service Bridal Dance Packages. We hope you enjoy our Wedding newsletter, full of fun and useful information to help with your wedding day planning. Don't forget to book your wedding dance lessons!
Our students Tim and Molly dancing the Foxtrot for their first dance.

Table of Contents

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Celebrity Wedding Photos Wedding Traditions Wedding Tips
Poems, Prayers & Promises Bridal Themed"Wallpaper" Wedding Ezine Archive
Wedding Song Suggestion List Dance Lesson Information Bridal Vendor Special Offers
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1) A New Bridal Themed Wallpaper for your computer desktop!

Now your computer screen can be dressed up too! Simply right click your mouse on our background and tell your computer to save ("set") as wall paper, BUT be sure you have saved the current background on you computer desktop first, if you want to get it back!


2) A Different Celebrity Wedding Photo from Past or Present!

This week's selection includes two Brides who really know how to smile for the camera! Toni Braxton being swept away by hubby Keri Lewis and Christie Brinkley holding hands with Peter Cook.

 

3) Poems, Prayers & Promises

A romantic quote to elevate your mood or to help you find the right sentiment for your vows or ceremony. This comes from "Annie's Song" by John Denver. The words would work well in the ceremony or one could use the song as a recessional. As a dance it is a Viennese Waltz:

"Come let me love you, Let me give my life to you.
Let me drown in your laughter, Let me die in your arms.
Let me lay down beside you, Let me always be with you.
Come let me love you, Come love me again!"

4) Kim's Wedding Tips!

We recently tied those knots and have tips, tricks and to be avoided stories to share:

TIP: If you want to be gorgeous on your wedding day start your beautification program and diet several months before hand!
*Skin: Drink lots of water and be consistent with your skin care regime. If you intend to tan start at least two months ahead to insure that you get the color you want to be and do not tan the day before your wedding so that you don't have a sunburn.
*Make up: make sure your foundation matches your skin color. - It is worth getting professional help here, especially if you are tanning. Don't wear a lot of make-up if you don't normally. Don't go for a totally natural look if you normally do wear make-up. So don't let a make-up artist convince you to go for a look which is different from who you are. You want to look like yours but like the most beautiful you possible. Try out your full make-up and up do for your hair the week before your wedding and make sure it matches the vision of what you want to look like.
*Make sure your make up is as waterproof as possible. If you don't want to deal with reapplying lipstick both covergirl and Max Factor make an all day lip stick that really does last though eating and drinking and won't come off with all kissing and hugging that goes on at weddings. (I like the shade of "perfect orchid" by Cover Girl).
* Be happy no matter what happens. Something always goes wrong at a wedding but most of the guests will never know, so go with the flow and enjoy the day as it unfolds. If you are happy and enjoying yourself you will be beautiful, and there will be too many wonderful pictures of you to choose from.

5) A Wedding Tradition Explained!

THE BRIDAL VEIL
Some say the tradition of wearing a bridal veil it started with the Romans who were very fond of arranged marriages. The Bride wore the veil so that the husband-to-be couldn't see her face, and back out of the marriage if he didn't like the way she looked. The bridal veil was yellow in ancient Greece and red in ancient Rome, usually covering the bride from head to toe, and has since the earliest of times, denoted the subordination of a woman to man . The thicker the veil, the more traditional the implication of wearing it. According to tradition, it is considered bad luck for the bride to be seen by the groom before the ceremony. In the old days of marriage by purchase, the couple rarely saw each other, if at all, before the wedding. Choosing with whom you wanted to be wed is historically a fairly recent phenomenon. The lifting of the veil at the end of the ceremony symbolizes male dominance. If the bride takes the initiative in lifting it, thereby presenting herself to him, she is showing more independence.

6) This issue's Featured Vendor!

Shaun & Nancy Campbell Creative Force Photography, Inc., 410-775-2539 or 301-695-8151 Shaun@CreativeForcePhoto.com
www.CreativeForcePhoto.com

  Every wedding is special and unique. It should reflect the commitment you have made to each other to share the rest of your lives together. This is why we take great care to bring together the skills and sensitivity needed to provide you with quality photographs.
  We work together to give you the best coverage discerning couples look for in wedding photography. Every wedding we photograph is unique in the way you choose to celebrate it and the way you choose to have us cover your wedding. We have a planning meeting a few weeks before the wedding to plan and organize your photographs. Whether you want posed, candid, photojournalist or a good mix of all, you can choose the style of coverage you want. So on your wedding day you can relax and enjoy your day. Mention First Dance Impressions and we will give you a free "Pre-wedding day Portrait session when you sign up with us to do your wedding". This is a $275.00 retail value and and also makes an excellent insert in your wedding invitations.

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