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Create a wedding memento by having guests draw and doodle on homemade tags. Then, hang the tags from branch centerpieces at the wedding reception. You can even collage them after the wedding into a custom guest book.
Want to have an unique container for your flowers at your wedding reception? Try antique tin cans. You can view many on ebay here: http://bit.ly/n9zc0l Select old coffee cans, oil cans, cocoa, olive oil and much more. Very fun!
Looking for an alternative to a ring pillow for the ring bearer? What about a soup/cereal bowl? Here’s an example: http://t.co/ZmtnZ6N. You can also go to your local ceramics shop and make your own.
Money saving wedding tip – Looking to add a little color and be green? If you are able to plan early enough, purchase LED Christmas lights at the after-Christmas sales. You can find them in at least multi-color, blue and clear/white.
Join Team My Wedding Songs in our fight against breast cancer through the American Cancer Society. Learn more.. http://bit.ly/nc6tvn Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk is Oct 1 in Las Vegas, 8am at the JW Marriott.
Money saving wedding tip – Tie rope, sting or fishing line like a clothes line and hang family pictures and other cool pictures with clothes pins. Other pictures could include flowers, scenic backgrounds, black and white real life photos and/or great objects like a unicycle. Whatever fits your wedding theme.
Exclusive to our social friends, we updated our Wedding Music eBook. A 105 page pdf of wedding song suggestions http://bit.ly/npmw9R. Version 4 Released August 3 (yesterday). 48 different song lists for the wedding ceremony and wedding reception.
Create wedding favors with 10″ square fabric, tissue paper, ribbon and contents like candy. Find chic fabric at Spoonflower http://bit.ly/oO4DIq
Matt loves listening to any music style he can understand the words. Matt lives in the wedding capital of the world, Las Vegas, with his wife Sharon. His likes include craft beer, baseball and, traveling.