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New Years resolutions

  1. Simply enjoy the moment.
  2. Kiss your fiancée everyday and tell them how much you love them.
  3. To not fight about chores.
  4. To get family involved with the planning.
  5. To remember to laugh!
  6. To have a good time all the time.
  7. Appreciate your better half each day.
  8. Be the best you can be to your spouse to be.
  9. Don't be a Bridezilla.
  10. Resolve to concentrate on your new marriage, not just on the wedding.

Do you have any to add?

Wedding Trends for 2011

Wedding trends have gone through a lot of changes over the years. Technology is now playing a big part and brides have options they never thought they had. Lighting has made a big footprint on the bridal stage and is transforming weddings and events like redecorating a room. Lighting is the fastest growing sector or trends in the wedding industries and get this; it’s all affordable. The visual impact that light can produce will change the feeling and tone of any room or hall.

Photographer

He proposed and you said yes. Now what? Planning a wedding can be a lot of fun, but can also be a lot of work. From deciding on colors, interviewing vendors, planning the guest list, and a whole host of other responsibilities. You’ll surely have your hands full. Of course your wedding is going to be one of the most important days of your life, and for this reason, you want everything to be perfect, including the photos.

Book now! The season fills up fast!

Feed your photographer

In addition to paying your photographer the general fee for your wedding photos, it's a good idea to feed your wedding photographer if they are shooting pictures of the reception as well. For the majority of wedding photographers, they book one wedding per day. This allows them the time to travel to the wedding location, set up, and take pictures before, during and after the ceremony. They will also then transport their equipment to the reception to capture key moments during the reception for your wedding album.

Christmas is over........

I hope everyone received from Santa what they wanted. Christmas is over, and I'm sure there were some engagments set. Now it's time to focus on the comming year. I'm re-thinking the gift card gifts for the comming year. According to the National Retail Federation's 2010 Gift Card Consumer Intentions and Actions survey, conducted by BIGresearch, total gift card spending is expected to reach a jaw-dropping $24.78 billion.

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