No matter which one of the following phrases describes how you feel about your chosen mate, some couples have decided to incorporate puzzle pieces into their wedding decor to signify that they are truly a perfect fit.
When it comes to creating your reception seating chart, it can be considered a daunting task, especially if you have a large guest count. It can become a bit difficult to create seating arrangements without visualizing your reception set up and considering your space limitations. Some of us are very visual and need to see it organized on paper.
While browsing Pinterest, I discovered this awesome tutorial for creating a seating chart courtesy of Something Turquoise. By far this is one of the easiest tutorials to follow which will allow you to check this oftentimes tedious task off of your to do list.
All you need to begin are:
the instructions provided
your guest list
your reception table layout
a poster board (or two or three… depending on how large your wedding is)
If you are in fear that individual programs will go to waste, a more cost efficient suggestion would be to post one large program such as a chalkboard or a printed version at the ceremony entrance so your guests can read it as they walk in. This is a great alternative as opposed to printing several individual programs that everyone may forget to take with them and it saves money!
Today is the day that we, as American citizens will determine who will serve as our Commander-in-Chief for the next four years representing the United States of America.
I know who I’m voting for, do you?
I am by no means writing to impose my political beliefs on anyone, but I will say that if you are a registered voter, you need to get out to the polls today and vote. It’s our civic duty. It doesn’t matter to me who you vote for. Vote for the person you believe is the best candidate for the job but make sure you vote for someone. If you haven’t done so already through absentee ballots or standing in the long lines at early voting locations, then today is your last chance. Most, if not all, voting polls will be opened from 7am to 7pm in your time zone but check with your local elections department to be sure.
Make your voice heard! Every vote counts.
Vote now or forever hold your peace. Well…at least for the next fouryears.
“…by the power vested in me…I now pronounce you man and wife.”
When you hear that phrase, the deal is sealed. It is now time to be presented as Mr. and Mrs. to your wedding guests and take that trip back down the aisle.
Are you looking for that unique wedding exit? How will you have your guests greet you as you exit your venue for the first time as husband and wife?
Some couples choose to have cheerful, celebratory music playing as they dance down the aisle to the exit doors. Seldom are the days that rice would be thrown at the newlywed couple. Not only is it unsafe for birds, but uncooked rice actually hurts when it hits the skin!
More modern, Eco-friendly options are to throw birdseed which is better for the birds and helps with clean up as well as Ecofetti which is biodegradable, water-soluble wedding confetti.