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Posted by: Stephanie Silver on Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Getting holiday ready is ALWAYS STRESSFUL!! Don’t forget that it is also supposed to be the most incredible and festive time of the year. So here are a few tips to help get you ready for the season. 1. DON’T STOP AT THE TREE; CARRY YOUR DECORATIONS THROUGHOUT THE HOUSE. -Use different places to decorate. Hang baubles and balls from the chandelier, or hang mini wreaths in your ... View Article
Posted by: Alysa Baker on Thursday, December 19, 2013
If you enjoy buying or growing flowers, then choosing flowers for your wedding will be your favourite part of planning. This is an area where you can let your personality shine through. Designing and ordering the flowers can be time consuming, especially if you are not aware of the current trends or what you are looking for. Taking that into consideration, we have created some simple steps to ... View Article
Posted by: Renu Eapen on Saturday, November 30, 2013
In an Italian family, no celebration is without food and wine. When you get invited to an Italian wedding, be prepared to eat and drink. According to Italian tradition, when a man wants to ask a woman for her hand in marriage, the woman’s father must give the permission. This can be a daunting task for some men since a girl is her father’s princess. No man can ever be good enough to take ... View Article
Posted by: Renu Eapen on Thursday, November 28, 2013
The thing Indians do best is celebrate! Celebrating is done on a grand scale when it comes to weddings. Traditional Indian weddings involve a large amount of preparation and planning. The number of people attending can be anywhere between 500 to 1000. Along with a large number of guests, there are other Indian-specific traditions including entertainment, food, colour, and dance. Before ... View Article
Posted by: Renu Eapen on Tuesday, November 26, 2013
“Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a silver sixpence in her shoe”. This is the basis that most Canadian brides follow for what to have with them on their wedding day. Each item symbolizes good luck and fortune in their marriage. “Something old” symbolizes continuity with the bride’s family so that no past relationships get lost or forgotten as she ... View Article