Wedding Links We LoveThis Week: Wedding Stationery, Honoring the Deceased, Guestbook Alternatives, and Princess Beatrice’s Hat
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The wedding industry just never runs out of ideas to make each wedding unique and very personal. See this week’s links for new ideas.
What to Ask Your Wedding Stationer
Your wedding stationery will carry the theme of your special day, and if you’re like most brides, you might be quite particular about your wedding invites, thank-you notes, and the like. Real Simple lists down the things you should ask your wedding stationer.
Bar Codes the Latest High Tech Add-on To Wedding Invites
With the dawn of online invites and save-the-dates, couples are now going digital in spreading the word about their wedding. However, that doesn’t mean that printed invites are going out of fashion. All Things D shares that some wedding invitations even incorporate digital features like barcodes.
How to Honor a Deceased Parent at a Wedding
For sure, you’ll be inviting to your wedding those dearest to you. The wedding is a great opportunity to celebrate your relationships with family and friends, but you might also wish to honor a departed loved one. Grief Expert Aurora Winter shares with Yahoo! shares ideas on honoring the deceased.
Unique Wedding Guestbook Ideas
Guests will be wishing you well on your happy day, and as a tradition, they usually leave notes containing their advice and hopes for your marriage. In case you want to veer away from the conventional wedding guestbook, check out Real Simple’s suggestions for guestbook alternatives.
Princess Beatrice's wedding hat to be auctioned
While the Middleton sisters Catherine and Pippa got the world’s attention for their impeccable style at the royal wedding, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie were also talked about for their outrageous hats. The hats might have gotten mixed reviews, but Princess Beatrice is making sure that her Philip Treacy creation will be put to good use. ABC News reports that she’s auctioning off her beribboned hat to benefit the charities of UNICEF and Children in Crisis.
Photo courtesy of Nestle and Ian’s wedding by Imagine Nation Photography
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