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5 ways to add sparkle to your wedding.

Vivid Occasions

These affordable ways to add sparkle to your wedding will give it a touch of whimsy plus… they will look incredible in photos.

1. Ceremony:
Give your guests sparklers to light at the end of the ceremony.
Don’t forget to provide matches and a place to distinguish and discard the sparkler.
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2. Dance floor:
Pass the sparklers out before your first dance and have the DJ or Emcee make an announcement to light them. Ask your guests to gather around the dance floor with their lit sparklers.
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3. Wedding cake:
They give the ultimate touch to the cake-cutting moment.
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4. Message:
Spelling out words or a small messages like “thank you” with sparklers = fantastic photos! 
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5. Getaway:
Make your exit amid a shower of sparklers and fireworks or a tunnel of sparklers.
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Celebrate Your Weddings With This Wedding Resource

Emmanuel Joseph

Celebrate Your Weddings With This Wedding Resource.

Celebrating your wedding will require the use of all the tools at your disposal, this should include the free  wedding apps for iPad and iPhone that are available on the iwedplanner website. One way to really celebrate is to have a great theme with vibrant colors. When renting a venue for the wedding you must keep in mind the theme and the atmosphere that you want to create. The venue has to reflect all of this in its decor and its presence.

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Gold Foil and Watercolor Invitations

Bridal Blog

There is a fun new color pallet when it comes to classic wedding invitation. The new trend of  2014 is gold foil and watercolors. Brides are using the gold foil to really pop the words off the page, while the watercolor adds beautiful delicate floral touches to the background making it a stunning reminder of the Spring/Summer season. With this new color pallet you have so much room for creativity, you can decorate the insides of the envelopes with soft roses, or create a boarder of peonies around the writing on the actual invitation. You do not have to just stop with the invitations, you can add this color pallet to your menus, escort cards, programs, and even thank you cards. Below is some great examples of how brides have incorporated this new trend into their spring/summer nuptials. Will this be a trend you will be following as well?

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