Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Green Centerpiece for A Eco-friendly Wedding

For a wedding party, choosing green centerpiece, always means the couple are pursuing a eco-friendly, vibrant hue, balance and harmony. When planning a green centerpiece, there are some materials which will be good choices and convey the theme very well, like recycled or organic materials. Fertility, nature, and good fortune are just three of the many meanings the color green conveys. So just take this for reference though can find more on other sites.

Fruits and flowers- the present of nature
What can conveys more of the green theme than what are original from nature, therefore fruits, fresh flowers, potted plants and whatever form the forest or gardening can be used as materials of your centerpiece. When using fruits, please take in mind that don’t use fruit that doesn't have thick peels like grapes or berries, use fruits that are able to stand up without withering, or browning in warmer temperatures.

Choose proper container for centerpiece
Transparent like glass vase or wine bottles will be good choice to hold flowers or fruits. They can give a direct view of all the natural materials. Cork, sand, pebbles, rice, et will also be great decoration for those bottles. You could even hang small crystals from the branches like ornaments. 

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Choose Perfect Wedding Dresses for Pregnant Bride

When the adage of "first comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in the baby carriage" is no longer golden rules, there are always some girls preparing their weddings with a growing baby which will be such a glow for all, however, the burgeoning baby bump will make some troubles when choose a wedding dress which is an all-important part for a wedding. Some tips are here which I collect from Internet and friends experience and hope that will be helpful.

Maternity Gowns
Maternity gowns, which are made especially for pregnant bride, always come firstly to those bride’s minds. Those dresses will be designed according to the different period of pregnant and the size of your belly to accommodate both brides and babies. They are professionally and they will definite stay chic and the baby will be well taken care of.

Custom Gowns
No other dresses will fit one more than one custom made for her. It will be the best choice for pregnant brides if there is no tight-budget or on a hush. The dress will be elaborated by the designers accurately with condition of your body, besides with all those details u love.

Empire Waist Gown
If you are at the primary period of pregnancy with small belly, you may choose some regular wedding dresses which emphasize the area right under your breasts and flow away from the body from that point, leaving you plenty of room for your pregnant belly. Those empire waist gowns will be your best choice.
Wish you all enjoy a happy wedding!(pic source:google search)

Sunday, September 2, 2012

The Royal Wedding (IV)—Memory of Black and White



Princess Margaret married Antony Armstrong-Jones at Westminster Abbey in the spring of 1960. It was the first royal wedding to be broadcast on television and more than 20 million viewers tuned in to watch it.(from BBC.co.uk) The couple had two children: David Armstrong-Jones, Viscount Linley in 1961, and Lady Sarah Chatto in 1964. In 1978 Princess Margaret became the first royal since Henry VIII to divorce. She did not remarry.




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Saturday, September 1, 2012

The Royal Wedding (III)—Memory of Black and White



Fairy tale romance between actress Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier of Monaco who was known as the wealthiest bachelor in the world at that time was legend of Cinderella and her princess. They are married after met in Cannes Film Festival On April 19, 1956. They have three children Princess Caroline, Prince Albert, and Princess Stéphanie. Grace’s wedding dress was another legend cuz it was the most expensive dress designed by Helen Rose. The wedding dress consisted of a rounded collar, full skirt of ivory peau de soie, and a fitted bodice made from Brussels lace embroidered with seed pearls. The lace was over a century old and had flower designs in it. 25 yards of silk taffeta and 100 yards of silk net were used in the construction of the dress.


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