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A little about yourself and what you have to offer this wedding community?
Don't be fooled by our name. "I Do" offers not only wedding favors but all of your wedding essentials. We don't think you should pay retail for anything. At "I Do" you'll "Never Pay Retail Again". We offer top quality products and a personal touch to every sale. Ceremony & Reception needs, attendant gifts, favors and more!
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Shopping for your Wedding Gown

When you shop for your wedding gown, rather than
taking your whole wedding party or a group of
friends, consider taking just the two people you
trust the most. You'll get honest feedback and
won't be swayed so much be other people's taste,
so you'll be more likely to end up with the dress
you love.

Courtesy of "I Do" Wedding Favors
www.idoweddingfavors.biz

Posted on August 30, 2009 at 2:09am

Wedding Toast: Keep it Simple

The person who will give the wedding toast is usually selected before the reception and agreed upon by the bride and groom. Impromptu toasts can be hilarious but are not always in good taste and can even bring a blush to the couples face. If you are the person chosen to give the official toast, handling the situation with dignity is always the best approach.



To avoid mishaps or embarrassment to yourself and the couple, it is a good idea to take a couple of minutes to handwrite your… Continue

Posted on August 23, 2009 at 1:37pm

Wedding Toast-Keep it Simple

The person who will give the wedding toast is usually selected before the reception and agreed upon by the bride and groom. Impromptu toasts can be hilarious but are not always in good taste and can even bring a blush to the couples face. If you are the person chosen to give the official toast, handling the situation with dignity is always the best approach.



To avoid mishaps or embarrassment to yourself and the couple, it is a good idea to take a couple of minutes to handwrite your… Continue

Posted on August 16, 2009 at 1:22pm

Save Some Money

If you'd like to save some money on your wedding
and reception, particularly if you're planning a
small, intimate wedding, consider having your
wedding some time other than a Saturday. An
evening wedding mid-week or even a Saturday
morning brunch instead of an evening reception
can save you hundreds of dollars.

Posted on June 29, 2009 at 1:30pm

Your Invitation

Your invitation serves as an important guide for your wedding guests. Not only does it include information such as the hosts, date, time and location of the ceremony, it also sets the style for your wedding. So select a design and wording for your invitation to reflect your personality! At "I Do" Wedding Favors (www.idoweddingfavors.biz) you can see a proof of your invitation online with the ink color and wording you select. Mail all of your invitations on the same day four to six weeks before… Continue

Posted on June 28, 2009 at 3:23pm — 1 Comment

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At 4:41pm on September 21, 2009, Christina said…
At 7:43pm on June 18, 2009, Christine Dyer said…
Hello,

Welcome and thank you for being one of the first members of this exciting new community. So let’s get this party started!

It is so great to have you here because of all of the wedding expertise that you bring to our community. I encourage you to share that expertise with all of us. You can do this by starting your own BridalTweet Blog, starting a Discussion or by joining a Group. You can also ask other Members to be your Friends, and start talking to other people who are also passionate about weddings.

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