By sempak. Wedding. Published at Tuesday, May 02nd, 2017 - 15:27:16 PM.
The wedding dresses are available in five different basic cuts that include A-line or princess, mermaid shape, ball gown, empire waist and sheath or column. But always choose the right dress that best suits your body shape. Smaller women look great in full skirts whereas average sized women can add in their height by A-lines and princess silhouettes. Tall brides look great in ball gowns and slimmer one can opt for mermaid and sheath styles. In case your bust line is large then do not waste your time on empire waist wedding dresses or you have short waist then avoid ball gown wedding dress as it will give you a choppy and short look.
Place Cards and Wedding Favors Make pretty name cards from cocktail umbrella's by adding a name tag wrapped around the stick. Or print your own name and table number cards at home, add in some colorful tropical motifs such as hibiscus flowers, pineapples and pink flamingos. Why not make your table numbers places instead by using postcards from your favorite tropical paradises.
Choice Of Wedding Invitation: Brides that choose to make their own wedding invitations make a statement with their handmade invites. Not only does it tell each guest that the bride is unique and values her guests. It also tells them that she wants them to be part of the most special day in her life as truly honored guests. She did not just buy her wedding invitations; she took the time and effort to make each individual card. Handmade wedding invitations say so much more than who is getting married, when and where. It all starts with the choice of wedding invitation paper.
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