A Groom’s Cake is a great way to add some fun to your wedding reception
Monday, April 06, 2015
A Groom’s Cake is a great way to add some fun to your wedding reception

Although weddings tend to be a lot about the bride, the truth is that many grooms are more than happy to bring their own personality into their wedding as well. After all, it does take two to make a wedding, so why wouldn’t the groom receive at least some attention? A Groom’s Cake is a great idea if you want your Big Day to be about both of you. If you are considering the option, make sure to read on because we have gathered some very interesting tips you may want to keep in mind:  ·         Grooms’ Cakes are not as “new” as you may think they are. In fact, some specialists say that Grooms’ Cakes originated in the 17th century. Traditionally, they were paid by the parents of the groom and they were sliced and packed for the guests to take home. Some people also say that if an unmarried lady placed the pastry under her pillow, she would dream of her future husband.·         Of course, these days Grooms’ Cakes are less traditional than that. In fact, they are very often an opportunity for the bride and groom to break from tradition and showcase a fun, unique cake for their guests. Some ideas include cakes that are inspired by hunting, fishing, sports or even cars, while other ideas simply add a fun twist to the entire idea of marriage (e.g. ...

Wedding planning is definitely scary, make sure you are prepared!
Monday, March 30, 2015
A Groom’s Cake is a great way to add some fun to your wedding reception

Regardless of how large or small you want your wedding to be, planning it will be quite difficult. The good news is that every little planning-related issue can be solved! To help you out, we have gathered some of the “scariest” scenarios that could happen when planning for the Big Day – and we have provided you with some great solutions as well. Make sure to read on and find out more!  ·         Your dream venue is not suitable for the length of your guest list. If you have your heart set on a venue, but if your guest list exceeds its maximum capacity by a lot, you will probably be very upset. However, keep in mind that there are solutions: you can either narrow down the list of guests or you can find a new venue (and trust us, there are a lot of them that are absolutely amazing). Sit down and think of what matters the most to you (being surrounded by everyone you know or getting married in a very specific location) – and then decide on what to do next.·         Problems with the bridesmaids’ dresses. If you want your maids to look just as beautiful as you (and as your wedding), any problem that may arise with their dresses may feel like “the end of the world”. For example, some of the bridesmaids may not like the dresses you have chosen ...

Non-floral centerpieces are a great way to show your uniqueness at your wedding reception!
Monday, March 23, 2015
A Groom’s Cake is a great way to add some fun to your wedding reception

Every bride wants her Big Day to be just as unique as she and her love story are. Fortunately, there are a lot of ways you can do this – and centerpieces are definitely among them. If you want to be original and stylish with your table centerpieces, take a look at the following “non-floral” ideas and inspire yourself! ·         Paper flowers. Although some of you may be thinking of kindergarten “DIY projects”, the truth is that there are paper flowers out there that look simply gorgeous. From oversized paper peonies to beautiful poppies, paper flowers can take almost any shape you can think of. The best part about them? They never actually whither, which means that they’ll stay pretty no matter how hot the weather may get!·         Cake. Instead of serving one large tiered cake, use smaller cakes to “decorate” and delight every wedding table. You can be playful with the cakes and have a different frosting and filling for each table or you can keep them all the same.·         Luminous centerpieces. Use lamps or candles to decorate the center of your wedding tables and everything will look whimsical, romantic and stylish. The secret lies in picking the right type of light fixture or ...

What does your wedding dress say about you?
Monday, March 16, 2015
A Groom’s Cake is a great way to add some fun to your wedding reception

Choosing a wedding dress is very often an extremely emotional moment for a bride-to-be. However, not many of the ladies out there realize that their choice says a lot about their personality. What does your own wedding gown style say about you? Read on and find out more.·         A-line. It is believed that women who choose an A-line wedding gown like simple elegance and that they always look good – but never over-the-top. These ladies like tradition and they will most likely stick to it when for their Big Day! ·         Ball gown. As you may have guessed it, ladies who choose ball gown styles for their weddings are considered to be hopelessly romantic. It is very likely that you will want a wedding that is full of flowers, candles and other romantic touches. ·         Mermaid style. If you have your heart set on a mermaid style wedding dress, it is quite likely that you are a very glamorous person – and your wedding will reflect this as well!·         Tea-length. If you have chosen a tea-length dress for your Big Day, you are most likely a big fan of Audrey Hepburn and her fashion sense. You like elegance and fashion – and you really know how to “use” these to ...

Complete your look as the bride with the perfect hairstyle!
Monday, March 09, 2015
A Groom’s Cake is a great way to add some fun to your wedding reception

Picking the ideal wedding dress is a huge deal for every single bride out there – but so is choosing everything else that’s meant to complement her look. How to choose a hairstyle that looks really good on you? Here are some tips to help you out:·         Don’t go for anything that’s too far from your usual hairstyle. For instance, if you usually like letting your hair down, you might not feel comfortable with an up-do. At the same time, you should try to steer clear of making any kind of drastic changes right before the wedding (such as changing your hair color or your hair’s length, for example). ·         Bring some examples with you when you “try on” your hairstyle. Photos of different styles you like, a sample off your dress, a picture of you in your wedding gown – all these things can help. However, try to listen to your stylist’s advice as well. Even if you don’t actually like what he/she suggests, you should be open to trying it at least. After all, these people are have a lot of experience in doing this. ·         Use accessories. Same as with your wedding gown, you will want to accessorize your bridal hairstyle as beautifully as possible. From pins to tiaras, ...