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A broad scope of exciting looks upon the runway for the 2016 prom season, arousing a sense of grace and refinement. The runways are always dictated by stylish looks, from conventional prom pieces such as sequin apparel and ball gowns to more low-key and slender profile.
Ginafratini’s prom designers displayed an array of brilliant and distinctive gowns applying sophisticated fabric and design factors to create elegant vogue which will be the whole scope come Prom 2016.
  • More is always more
        For continuity, drape florals, foliage and berries around frames on a photo table, place a perfectly ripe plum on each guest's napkin, or serve a signature cocktail that celebrates seasonal flavours.   A gown that evokes a sense of understated elegance will complement your day of vibrancy. Consider a long and ...[more]
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  • My world
        Grew up surrounded by fashion. Had many of my clothes made for me by my late aunt an amazingly talented seamstress so, from a young age, I would choose fabrics with her, select colours and sit on her cutting table to watch the end result emerge. From that age, I knew I wanted to become a fashion designer.   WHAT I...[more]
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  • BRING ACCESSORIES
        Bring practical underwear - a nude-coloured G-string, shapewear, and a nude strapless bra - so you know exactly how the dresses you’re trying on will fit you. Dig out a pair of shoes with a similar heel height to what you’re planning on wearing as well. And make sure you’re feeling good about yourself: put ...[more]
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  • Our tick-list of must-ask W-day questions
      VENUE Are you available on our date? Are you licensed for civil ceremonies? How many guests can we have to each part of our day? Exactly what's in our package? What's the cancellation policy? Will we have exclusive use? Is the re guest accommodation, and is it discounted? Do you have mandatory suppliers?   CATER...[more]
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  • 6 Ways with herbs
          Fabulous florals that smell as good as they look Wild and free Create a rustic table centre piece with flowering mint and powder blue eryngium One for the boys A touch of evergreen rosemary will give your buttonholes a boost. It’s in the mix An eclectic bunch is given an aromatic lift with sprigs of fre...[more]
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  • Real life weddings
        Gemma Simon and Ross Webb tied the knot in a rustic marquee wedding at Court Farm, Kent on 23rd May 2015 Ross’ s dad and step-mum own a beautiful farm overlooking the Kent countryside, so we didn’t have to look far to find our wedding venue! As well as offering the rustic setting we were hoping for, it was also c...[more]
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  • Where to wed
          Not sure where to start? Here are those all-important ceremony details.   The first thing to do is sit down with your fiance and talk openly about the kind of day you want. The main ceremony options are:   1 CHURCH OF ENGLAND  You may have to attend a number of Sunday services beforehand...[more]
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  • HOW TO Nail your PHOTOGRAPHY
      Memories may fade, but beautiful images last a lifetime. Here, your need-to-know guide to getting the most from your wedding photography     RAIN, RAIN, GO AWAY No matter how much you pray for the clouds to clear, you can't control the weather. Rather than letting a little rain put a dampener on your day, emb...[more]
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  • THE EDWARDS MARRIAGE ADVICE
        1. Try to never let the sun go down on an argument. 2. Compromise. You'll never agree on everything, but never be so adamant that you can't reach a compromise. 3. Always remember to say please and thank you to each other. Manners are key, no matter how well you know someone. 4. Be determined that it wi...[more]
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  • Party ideas
        Want to make your last hurrah as a single girl one to remember (and for all the right reasons)?   Try these ideas from the classic to the adventurous for fun with friends. Often seen as a rite of passage into married life, to many people hen's parties are synonymous with wild and crazy nights out on the town ...[more]
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  • NATURE’s BEST
        Celebrate the abundance of the season with an autumnal theme that ebbs and flows through artfully selected styling touches. Here, signature looks that are good enough to eat. If you decide to use miniature fruit trees in your venue space, stock up on the corresponding fruit and send guests home with a piece as a favour. S...[more]
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  • Hire a videographer
        Don’t overlook hiring a videographer. This ensures key moments are captured for you to look back on for years to come"    We’ve both been there before and were blown away by the impeccable food and the warm atmosphere. As we live in the Philippines, we were arriving in New Zealand only a week...[more]
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  • GARDEN OF EDEN
    When you think forward to your wedding day, what do you imagine doing, and how do you imagine feeling?     No pressure, but there is a decent chance your wedding gown will be one of the most extravagant fashion items you ever buy. So, like any big purchase, it is key to have a thorough process in place to ensure you end up ...[more]
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  • SOCIAL MEDIA
           SHOULD YOU TAKE THE UNPLUGGED ROUTE?   Let’s face it, we spend a good chunk of our day checking out Insta and Facebook. But is it good protocol to be posting snaps on the big day? Check out these pros and cons to help you weigh up whether to post, or not to post.   Pros In addition to...[more]
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  • TAKE MY HAND
      Engagement and wedding bling will put your hands centre stage, so make sure they’ve ready for the sparkle spotlight.         Think you can leave your wedding beauty prep to just a few weeks before the big day? Think again. As soon as your beloved proffers the ring that signals the beginning of ...[more]
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  • CUTTING A GUEST LIST
      Got a guest list of 212, but a budget for 60? Pick up a red pen and park the guilt - it's time to get ruthless.     1. Have they met your fiance?  Unless in special circumstances (friends who have been living overseas, for example) guests should be acquainted with both of you ahead of "I do". ...[more]
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  • Engagement Party and Bridal Shower
        Should I have an engagement party or a bridal shower? An engagement party is a fabulous way to share the excitement of your pending marriage with friends and family! While this party offers time to introduce family members to your fiance, the bridal shower is traditionally exclusive to the bride and her female family me...[more]
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  • Plan a perfect event
        Never make a decision without a face-to-face meeting with the DJ or musician(s) who will be working your wedding. As soon as possible - popular performers get booked far in advance, so planning ahead will help secure your first choice. You should start researching local DJs and bands about 12 months out. By the time you&r...[more]
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  • Which is for you?
          BUTTERCREAM is the traditional type of icing used to frost birthday cakes and other conventional desserts. A classic buttercream recipe calls for powdered sugar, butter, milk, and vanilla extract. Many cake enthusiasts would agree that they're team buttercream because of its favor and texture, making the cake e...[more]
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  • Catering by the numbers
      Now that it's time to plan your meal, a caterer will be the best guide to have on hand. Go over the number of guests you're expecting, the presentation, your ideal menu, your budget, and the venue with them; they will tell you what has worked in their experience. Caterers know the customary portions, so you don't need to calcu...[more]
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