Vintage Wedding Inspiration…

We agree that upcoming wedding trends will bring many rocking roaring 1920s weddings into the world. The style trend began in 2012 but looks like it will hold steady, only growing in the next year. And what is not to love. Fabulous things can be done with the wedding theme and we have got some photo inspiration from
our friends at nbarrett photography to prove it! nbarrettphotography.com
http://www.florida-bride.com/vintage/vintage_styles.html

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Engaged! Now What?!?

Newly engaged? Don’t know where to start? Start here — all
of our tips and ideas will provide inspiration as you begin planning your wedding…
http://www.florida-bride.com/engagement.html

Cotton Candy Martini Anyone?

martini

Yum!!!
Happy Saturday 🙂
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Choosing your wedding colors..

Choosing a color palette for your wedding sets the tone of your special day. Florida Bride Magazine has researched and set up this page to guide our Brides with color selection. Try to keep your colors to no more than three. Different shades of the same color can be use to give the illusion of multiple colors.

The color palettes can be just about anything you want. Here you can click on color palettes to enlarge and see a description.
http://www.florida-bride.com/seasonal.html

Choosing your wedding colors..

Choosing a color palette for your wedding sets the tone of your special day. Florida Bride Magazine has researched and set up this page to guide our Brides with color selection. Try to keep your colors to no more than three. Different shades of the same color can be use to give the illusion of multiple colors.

The color palettes can be just about anything you want. Here you can click on color palettes to enlarge and see a description.
http://www.florida-bride.com/seasonal.html

Bridesmaids

Write something special about each one of your bridesmaids on a chalk board for a sentimental photo they will love 🙂
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Love Story

Long ago, on the Virgin Islands, a girl fell in love with a sailor, they were to marry. She wanted to give him a wedding gift that would signify their love, but rings on a scarcely populated Island were not an option. So she raided his tackle box for fishing hooks and the first Hook bracelet was born. This meant they were hooked to each other in love, and the tradition remains.
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