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May 2014 - Posts

How to preserve the memories of your wedding...

We would all be united in the desire to preserve the treasured memories of our wedding day. I am not a fan of keeping things in shoe boxes, only to find them years later in a mad spring clean-up! I like to display and reflect upon my momentos by having them on display. Yes, gone are the days of smelly mothballs in the hall closet! Be creative and have a gallery of treasures to feast your eyes upon for many years to come. The most precious fabric of your wedding gown, gloves and jewellery can be mounted...
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Wendy from Heartworkz explores the meaning behind the famous wedding poem!

Something old, Something new, Something borrowed, Something blue, And a sixpence in her shoe. Modern and traditional brides are often encouraged to adhere to this saying and gather a group of items to carry with them on their wedding day. However, very few know the true meaning of this phrase. It originated in the 16th and 17th centuries as a way of transferring good luck to the happy couple. OLD – was an object to link the bride to her past and family. An object that maintained a connection...
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Get inspiration for your perfect Indian wedding hairstyle../

So your big day is almost here and you’ve finally decided on your dream Indian bridalwear along with your perfectly matched Indian wedding jewellery. It’s now time to make a decision on your Indian wedding hairstyle to perfectly complement them. Here’s three wedding hairstyle ideas to help narrow down your decision. The Traditional Bun A classic bun is a very popular choice of Indian wedding hairstyle, adding an air of sophistication whilst also being highly practical. Traditionally...
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