Grooming the Groom

There’s no disputing that the wedding is the bride’s day, but that doesn’t mean the groom doesn’t need to pay attention to his appearance. Take pride in knowing that you are a beautiful couple with a perfect sense of style. Whatever the style and degree of formality you choose for your wedding, there are a […]

Wedding Checklist

Three to Twelve Months Before the Wedding: Determine budget with parents/number of guests.  Create a website for your wedding. Type of wedding (very formal, formal, semi-formal). Date, time and place for ceremony.  Visit officiating clergy for ceremony.  Choose bridal consultant if desired. Type of reaction.  Reserve facility for reception Bridal attendants Wedding Dress Attendants’ dresses […]

Addressing Formal Invitations

Every issue of the Tuscaloosa Bridal Directory contains an excellent guide on “How to address invitations.” It is, however, necessarily brief, and inevitably questions arise as individual cases present themselves. Though formal wedding invitations maintain a sense of tradition, life in the twenty-first century America has given rise to many changes in family life and […]

How to Cut a Wedding Cake

The most important thing to remember is to remove the top tier which is usually saved and remove the topper. Then start from the top of the cake and go towards the bottom. If there are more than three tiers, remove the tiers before cutting to avoid having the tiers slip off while cutting.  General […]

Red, White, and Blue!

Here at Classy Threads, we celebrated Independence Day in style. Our red, white, and blue dresses are ready for every occasion you may have coming up. Whether you are attending a family event or going out with your friends to celebrate, we have dresses for both occasions. We have short and long dress galore. Some […]

Honeymoon Packing List

His/hers toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, dental floss, soap, shampoo/conditioner, deodorant, brush, comb, nail polish and remover, file and clippers, makeup, shaver, shaving cream, fragrance, sunscreen, lip balm, cotton swabs) Medications, birth control, adhesive bandages Underwear, socks, hose Sleepwear, robes, slippers Raincoat, umbrella Daytime wear Evening wear Shoes (dress and casual) Accessories (belts, ties) Trip documents (passports, […]

Groom Checklist

Three to Twelve Months Before the Wedding: Set Budget and division of financial obligations Buy engagement ring Choose best man and ushers (one usher per 50 guest) Set appointment with clergyman Furnish family guest list to fiance Plan honeymoon with fiance (check passports and visas,if necessary) Order bride’s flowers Order mother’s flowers Plan correct formal […]

Reception Checklist

When planning your wedding,set a budget and stick with it. The following checklist will help you keep track of your expenses. The Location Proximity to the ceremony site Date availability and discount days to consider Rental fee and what it includes Time allowed to decorate the space for the day of the wedding Using the […]

Wedding Program Pointers

By. Andrea Watson, The Fine Hand Calligraphy, Etc. Wedding programs are becoming increasingly popular today. Although they may not be absolutely essential for a traditional wedding ceremony, they are still a virtual necessity for ceremonies that combine elements from different religions and cultures or if the bride and groom have written their own vows. Should […]

The Perfect Wedding Toast

Serious, humorous, or poignant, toasts are an integral part of almost every wedding celebration. Every toast is different, and on such a special occasion, many will be eager to share their sentiments. You’re not alone of you fear public speaking, but at your best friend’s wedding, you’re bound to want to say a few words […]

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