Bridal Basics: Wedding Cake Alternatives

Never been a cake person? Want a lot more options than one flavor? Don’t worry, that’s what we’re hear for. Check out these alternatives to a traditional wedding cake!   Try a waffle bar! Load up a table with lots of yummies like chocolate, strawberries, whipped cream and of course, syrup, and let your guests […]

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Tips for Rental Items

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  Many Virginia Brides will plan outdoor weddings this season and with outdoor weddings at many venues there are rental items to consider such as tents, china, linens and much more. Here are some great tips provided by Classic Party Rentals the nation ‘s leading event and rental service provider. Locally in Virginia there are […]

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Recipe and Menu Ideas

    Tips for DYIing your wedding reception food By: Jack Vogt, Tony Roma’s Pitmaster Turn your favorite snack into a food bar Think about how your favorite comfort foods could be turned into a food bar. Mac and cheese, baked potatoes, tacos – even desserts – all great options. Serve the main ingredient along […]

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Bridal Basics: Honoring Loved Ones

By the time they get married, many brides have lost someone close to them; a grandmother/grandfather, parent or a friend. And many of those brides want to honor that person who can’t physically be there on their big day. Here are three ideas of how to keep a lost loved on close to you on […]

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Coastal Virginia Wedding

  The wedding of Chelsea and Brian took place on September 7, 2013 at The Upshur Neck Lodge in Quinby, Virginia. The wedding took place on a grassy hill overlooking Upshur Bay on The Eastern Shore of Virginia. A decorated flower arch and flower pedestals adorned the alter, the center aisle was lined with shepherds […]

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Military Appreciation Weekend at Henricus Historical Park

  Colonial Militia and U.S. Military Appreciation Weekend    May 16TH from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Henricus Historical Park will host an event showcasing 17th century military training, including musket and cannon firing. Historical interpreters will demonstrate how military tactics evolved through the 17th, 18th and19th centuries. Powhatan Indian interpreters will also demonstrate how native tactics […]

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Tutorial For Great Hair

    Monique Lhuillier Spring 2016 Bridal Hairstylist: Kevin Hughes, Moroccanoil Global Creative Ambassador Photographer: David Webber for Moroccanoil   To complement Monique Lhuillier’s whimsical and sensual Spring 2016 Bridal Collection, Kevin Hughes for Moroccanoil created a low modern, elegant chignon.  The sleek, sophisticated updo showcased the bride’s natural beauty and provided the perfect foundation […]

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