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September 2011

HILTON ORLANDO MULTICULTURAL WEDDING SHOWCASE & SELECTING A FLORIST

09/29/11

HILTON ORLANDO MULTICULTURAL WEDDING SHOWCASE & SELECTING A FLORIST

HILTON ORLANDO MULTICULTURAL WEDDING SHOWCASE OW: Editor Leigh Duncan and I recently attended a wedding professionals FAM this past weekend held at the Hilton Orlando to learn about what’s new with wedding trends, specifically pertaining to multi-cultural weddings, décor, food and more. We are fortunate to have so many venue options in the Central Florida area (visit our Wedding Resource Guide on our website at www.orlwedding.com <http://www.orlwedding.com> for options), however, our stay at the Hilton Orlando felt like a destination retreat without having to even leave the area. Beyond stately exterior and tropical pool lanscaped with a winding lazy river, inside bellies a contemporary resort with sophisticated and elegant décor to fit virtually any theme...

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GETTING PICTURE-PERFECT SKIN & WEDDING WEDNESDAY EVENT

09/15/11

GETTING PICTURE-PERFECT SKIN & WEDDING WEDNESDAY EVENT

GETTING PICTURE-PERFECT SKIN: Every bride wants to look her best on her wedding day, and it starts with beautiful skin — the face arms, back and décolletage. Most wedding gowns will expose areas of bare skin, especially if they are backless, strapless or have a low-cut neckline. With all the excitement of becoming a bride and planning a wedding, skincare can actually fall down the priority list. But the reality is, the earlier you start thinking about and planning a skincare regimen, the better.      Most skincare experts recommend a plan that starts at least 6 months to a year prior to your wedding day since most common concerns like sun damage, acne and tattoo removal need many months of treatment to provide the best results. Implementing a healthy,...

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SEATING CHARTS & TIPS FOR ALTERATIONS

09/02/11

SEATING CHARTS & TIPS FOR ALTERATIONS

SEATING CHARTS: I think one of the most stressful tasks in planning a wedding is establishing the seating chart. Personally, I think it’s easiest to forgo the seating chart and just let everyone sit where they want. You know there will be a few guests who didn’t RSVP but still show up, and then others who do RSVP but don’t show. Arranging this seating last-minute (usually when you arrive at the reception) can be even more stressful when you should be focusing on having fun. But I completely understand the idea and some of the advantages of having a seating chart. A seating chart can make your reception more organized and make mingling much easier when you know where important guests are located. It also helps keep elders from noisy children, essential parties together...

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