wedding. Thursday , June 15th , 2017 - 17:55:28 PM
So, you've selected your color, banquet hall, and floral store, now what? What do you take to your first floral appointment? Make sure you bring sample pictures of how you envision your wedding reception. It is a good idea to show them a photograph of your wedding gown as well as a picture of your bridesmaid's dresses. This will get them thinking of possible floral colors that work nicely with your details. You want your vendor to be aware of the colors that they are working with, so they better understand your needs.
President Gordon B. Hinckley: Look to the condition of your finances. I urge you to be modest in your expenditures; discipline yourselves in your purchases to avoid debt to the extent possible (General Conference, October 1998.)
2. Email - While it's not exactly Emily Post, this is the ultimate in affordable invites. No printing. No mailing. That can mean a lot less hassle for busy brides. Email invites offer just as much variety as the conventional kind. You can send text only invites or create photo invitations. Online services offer invitation templates, making it easy to design a stylish invite. These companies also offer services such as RSVP tracking and RSVP reminders. There is a fee to use these sites, but it's still less expensive than traditional paper invites. Remember, some guests, like Great-auntie Hazel, might not be wired, so you'll still need to make sure they get the information another way.
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