Christina & Ashley
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A little about yourself and what you have to offer this wedding community?
We are a Seattle based Boutique Wedding & Event Planning agency that also specializes in custom wedding stationary. We strive in perfecting your dream event or wedding! We want you to delight in your day, and the stress to be our problem!
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Trends are Fleeting

I was 12 when I discovered my parents' dirty little secret. After 22 years of marriage, they had forgotten the events of this once happy day and never realized just how dreadful their mistakes were. Initially I found it difficult to look in the eyes of people whom I have always respected and loved. At the tender, impressionable age of 12, I caught my first glimpses of my parents' wedding…


Posted on March 27, 2010 at 12:08am

Short Dresses Are on the Rise

Short length wedding dresses are fun, inexpensive, and can be formal enough to please even the staunchest traditionalists at your wedding. Brides are turning to shorter styles to allow them to move more freely (hello, dancing!) and save some dough. Furthermore, by eliminating yards of fabric, you open the door to a world of accessory possibilities.…


Posted on February 19, 2010 at 6:00pm — 3 Comments

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At 10:13pm on May 11, 2009, Christine Dyer said…
Hello Christina and Ashley,

It is great to have you here! I apologize for this late WELCOME message but I was traveling for the last ten days. Thank you for being one of the first members of this exciting new community.

So let’s get this party started! If you haven’t already, please feel free to invite other Brides, Vendors, and Twitter Followers. Each week, the six BridalTweet members who invite the most people will be given the status of ‘Featured Member.’ You can also promote your business by starting your own BridalTweet Blog, Discussion, or Group. Or just get to know your fellow BridalTweet members by browsing some profiles or by searching for members who share your interests. Add friends and start twittering with people who are truly passionate about weddings.

Please keep checking back in over the next few weeks as we build our community. If there is anything that I can do for you, please let me know.

Christine Dyer - Founder,
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