Planning a Wedding? Don’t Forget the Corsage

The earliest corsages were worn at Greek weddings. The ancient Greeks carried bouquets of flowers not only for adornment, but also for their mystical fragrance and symbolism. Back then many believed that a fragrance was strong enough to ward off evil. And, let’s face it, no bride and groom want evil and misfortune to lurk into their marriage. Also, the bride carried a bouquet, often with ivy accents as a symbol of the everlasting love for her sweetheart. The groom wore a corsage, and friends and ...

Star Wars Inspired Wedding Boutonnieres

With the Star Wars inspired Stormtrooper boutonnieres Kristy Lynn makes having your big day funky and unusual. What’s more, they can even be worn at a prom or basically any ceremonial event which specifically calls for formal dress. The designer also made a Stormtrooper boutonnière for her hubby, and they entered their wedding reception while the Imperial March was playing. She posted a tutorial online (http://www.instructables.com/id/Star-Wars-Boutonnieres/) showing the rest of us mortals how ...

Wedding Pen by Mont Blanc Puts a Value on Your Signature

Montblanc isn’t a brand that keeps away from high-end and posh ballpoints. This manufacturer has always surprised us with creative pens. Be it the Meisterstück that was created to pay tribute to the brand, the Prince Rainier III Limited Edition 81 Pen or Boheme Royal Diamond, each and every pen is a true work of art. Especially interesting is the model designed as a tribute and wedding gift to Princess Charlene & H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, who were married several weeks ago. The brand ...

Butterfly Shaped Wedding Rice

Rice Butterflies are essential little things which give wedding ceremony a touch of style. Throwing rice at bride and groom is a beautiful tradition that’s sometimes replaced with bird seed & bubble blowing. On the other hand, instead of tossing something that’s not only sticky, but also not pretty, you should throw an item with a bit more class? Rice Butterflies are made out of rice grain & rice paper. What’s more, they are even connected together with rice glue. The final result ...
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