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Mod and Contemporary Wedding Invitations

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Contemporary Wedding Invitations

By: Anna Thomson

Unique contemporary wedding invitations are the first choice for many young people to plan for an up-to-date and modern wedding style. There are many wedding invitation stationery stores, the various types of unique contemporary wedding invitation cards from different budget ranges to meet. Many young people believe that a wedding invitation sets the tone for the wedding theme. Wedding is a memorable…

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Added by MGdezigns on September 5, 2011 at 3:04pm — No Comments

Fall Wedding Invitations and Save the dates

Autumn has so much to offer any wedding large or small, grand or simple. Be inspired by the rich colour in nature and work them into your colour scheme. Think firey reds, glowing oranges and shades of gold and yellow. As it's harvest time make the most of seasonal foods to make your menu extra special and even more memorable. When you're deciding where to have your wedding service and reception remember to think about keeping out the cold and making it a welcoming start to a great…

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Added by MGdezigns on August 29, 2011 at 4:07pm — No Comments

Affordable wedding Programs

wedding Program are optional but will be a gesture of warm welcome to help guests feel included and understand what is happening, and will introduce them to your bridal party.Nowadays many affordable versions of wedding programs are available, these programs even come in your matching invitations design or you can have them custom designed to match your wedding theme and color.see lovely wedding programs below , click each image for a closr look or to purchase them.See complete Collection of…

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Added by MGdezigns on August 28, 2011 at 3:48pm — No Comments

Aqua Color For Wedding

Aqua is the Latin word for water. The adjective aqua is used to describe the color of something which resembles the blue color of sea water. In traditional print media, "aqua" is short for aquamarine, a distinct color from aqua. It is named for the mineral aquamarine.he Color Aqua is used in energy healing process to release guilt and bring balance to life. Receiving Gifts, Play Balanced with Work. The energy of aqua gives your brain a message that you have been working too hard and it is…

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Added by MGdezigns on August 27, 2011 at 6:10am — No Comments

Red Wedding theme

The color red symbolizes strong emotions. Everything from energy to infatuation and love are represented by the color red. According to Henry Dreyfus, in Asian culture red is considered a sensual color, "and can be associated with man's most profound urges and impulses." With such a strong meaning, red is a very appropriate color for a reception theme.When contrasted with white, the message is that of modesty and passion. For this contrast, consider using white as the primary color and red…

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Added by MGdezigns on August 26, 2011 at 6:24am — No Comments

Beach wedding in a Budget

Beach weddings or destination weddings have grown in popularity recently. They offer a very special way to celebrate a marriage with a select group or friends and family in a location that can be elegant and beautiful naturally. A beach wedding doesn't have to be unduly expensive either.Beach wedding invitations have become so popular that they now rate a…
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Added by MGdezigns on August 24, 2011 at 4:27pm — No Comments

Purple Wedding Invitations and save the dates

The word 'purple' comes from the Old English word Purpul which originates from the Latin Purpura. This in turn is derived from the Koine Greek (Porphyra), name of the Tyrian purple dye manufactured in classical antiquity from a mucus secreted by the spiny dye-murex snail.The actual color of Tyrian purple, the original color purple from which the name purple is derived, is the color of a dye made from a Mollusc that in classical antiquity became a symbol of royalty because only the very wealthy… Continue

Added by MGdezigns on August 23, 2011 at 6:36am — No Comments

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