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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.
  • 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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  • A love story
    Jessica, 35, and Eric Keener, 29     It was the perfect first-kiss op-but we didn't even hold hands. In our hearts, we both knew what this was: the first of a lifetime together full of shared adventures.    I'm a real adventure lover and a former competitive skydiver, and i enjoy looking up other adven...[more]
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  • The Perfect Fit
      No matter how nice the tuxedo looks on the hanger, guys should choose their formalwear based on these standards for size and comfort:     The jacket should feel comfortable at the neck and shoulders, and fasten easily. Also, try standing and sitting with it buttoned. The shirt should fit snugly around the neck, shou...[more]
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  • Would you let your mom wear white?
      Kendra Leaver-Rylah, 28, Here’s what she has to say:   ‘IN THE MONTHS IN THE RUN-UP TO MY WEDDING, MY MUM STRUGGLED TO FIND THE PERFECT OUTFIT. I had set her up on Instagram and Pinterest and we sent each other tons of photos, but everything was either too structured, old, boring or frilly. However - after a Brides&...[more]
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  • Sugary pinks with a dessert bar to match
      Sugary pinks     Angela Morris, 33, married Robert Watkins, 31, at Millbridge Court in Surrey on 7th October 2016. She says: Because we were marrying late on a Friday, we wanted to create that fun ‘end of week’ feeling. We served pink champagne and cocktails , and were lucky enough to have radio DJ Ronni...[more]
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  • 7 legal things you need to know
      1 For civil ceremonies: you must both give notice of marriage in your local register office, whether or not you wish to marry in that district, at least 23 days before marriage can take the place.   2 For Church of England or Church in Wales ceremonies: you don’t need to give notice of your marriage to your Register Offic...[more]
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  • Modern families
    Divorced parents and mixed families   Weddings can be tricky when the bride or groom's parents are divorced or the extended family is mixed. If you or your fiance have divorced parents who are on good terms, count your blessings. If their relationship is bitter or merely polite, then correct handling of delicate matters on your weddi...[more]
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  • Sweet traditions
                                                                                                      &nbs...[more]
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  • Videography
      A video of your wedding day         A good videographer is an artist who finds a way to capture intimate moments of you and your guests. As with photographers, there are countless styles of videography out there so choose a style that speaks to you. Todays filmmakers use the latest technology ...[more]
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  • Destination weddings
    let's run away and get married!         Feeling spontaneous, or stressed when it comes to wed-ding planning? Do you have dreams of jetting off to an exotic location and getting married on a beach with your close family and friends or even saying “I Do” to your partner at that special location y...[more]
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  • Unique Ceremonies
    Special locations   Unique sites can help create an interesting and memorable event. Popular locations require advance booking, usually six months to a year before the wedding date. Most require a 50 percent deposit when you reserve them, with the balance due seven to 10 days before the event. Refundable security deposits are usu-a...[more]
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  • The people you don’t have to invite to your wedding
      Yes, it's totally OK to accidentally lose their invitations... Shhhh     YOUR BOSS She takes credit for all your ideas and is obsessed with the latest diet fads. Do your guests a favour and let them enjoy the wedding cake without getting the eye?   THE BEST FRIEND'S NEW BOYFRIEND He may well be...[more]
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  • Passport to Paradise
                              That once-in-a-lifetime getaway                                            The stress of wedding planning is over and it's fi...[more]
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  • Should I or Shouldn’t I CHANGE MY NAME?
    Something old or something new? With combinations and hyphenations, the decision to alter your name isn’t always a simple one. Four brides share what led to the decision to make (or not make) the change.       I Did “I changed my name to mark the change in my status: getting married, forming my own fami...[more]
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  • SONGS TO FILL THE DANCE FLOOR
    SONGS TO FILL THE DANCE FLOOR     “I Wanna Dance With Somebody,” performed by Whitney Houston “It’s all in the title,” Hendrix says. Whitney Houston is a classic for a reason, and when that familiar chorus starts, everyone—from your flower girl to your great-aunt—will wanna dance w...[more]
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  • No longer just for rustic weddings, twine adds a beautiful twist
          Try this now     1. WEARABLE BLOOMS    You need a flower loom to make these twine blooms, which your guests can wear as a buttonhole or around their wrist as a pretty corsage. By choosing a loom with interchangeable pegs (we used a Prym round flower loom), you can make flowers...[more]
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