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GLAM UP YOUR FEET! $15 = $30 worth of Custom Flip Flops from Bow Flip Flops

GLAM UP YOUR FEET! $15 = $30 worth of Custom Flip Flops from Bow Flip Flops

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Before You Say, “I Do,” Consider These Hair Do’s and Don’ts

Before You Say, “I Do,” Consider These Hair Do’s and Don’ts

You’ve got the perfect wedding gown, accessories, and shoes. But, wait… Did you forget about your hair? That’s just as important as your dress! What style best suits your look for the big day?

“If possible, always do a test run for the style prior to the wedding day,” says Erica Blevins, owner and natural hair stylist of Oh! My Nappy Hair Salon in Atlanta. “This will give you an idea of what to expect on the big day. Bring all of your bridal hair accessories to the stylist when choosing hairstyles.” This is just one of the several tips this expert stylist offers brides. Soon, she too will be taking her own advice, as Erica is scheduled to wed in just a few weeks.

Fellow brides, as you plan your wedding ‘do, remember Erica’s do’s and don’ts:

  • Consider wearing an updo.

Before You Say, “I Do,” Consider These Hair Do’s and Don’ts

Before You Say, “I Do,” Consider These Hair Do’s and Don’ts

You’ve got the perfect wedding gown, accessories, and shoes. But, wait… Did you forget about your hair? That’s just as important as your dress! What style best suits your look for the big day?

“If possible, always do a test run for the style prior to the wedding day,” says Erica Blevins, owner and natural hair stylist of Oh! My Nappy Hair Salon in Atlanta. “This will give you an idea of what to expect on the big day. Bring all of your bridal hair accessories to the stylist when choosing hairstyles.” This is just one of the several tips this expert stylist offers brides. Soon, she too will be taking her own advice, as Erica is scheduled to wed in just a few weeks.

Fellow brides, as you plan your wedding ‘do, remember Erica’s do’s and don’ts:

  • Consider wearing an updo.

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Add Your Artistic Glitz, Glam... Mix With Lots of Fun

Add Your Artistic Glitz, Glam... Mix With Lots of Fun

Adding bling or subtle gems to accentuate your beauty on your wedding day is a must. Donning a lovely necklace, bracelet, and earrings will increase the brilliance of your look and those of your bridesmaids. To achieve that special flair, I visited Pamela Fox, U Design Jewelry independent representative, at her jewelry design studio in Douglasville… and what a treat! When I walked in, my eyes were greeted with an amazing selection of colorful Swarovski crystals, freshwater pearls, glass beads, and wooden beads.

Pamela provided expertise in ways to creatively add glitz to your big day in a memorable, exciting way… 

  • “The bride can come in and create jewelry to complement her gown,” she says. Bring in a photo of your gown to help you design a set of jewelry that will suit the style and color of your dress.

Caught on Camera… Treasured Wedding Photography Tips

Caught on Camera… Treasured Wedding Photography Tips

Wedding photographs are timeless pieces that help tell the story of a couple’s beginning. How often have we gazed at a photo of dear loved ones on their wedding day? Personally, I have watched my grandparents cheerfully grin as they pulled out the old photo album to take a brief moment back in time. Full of pride, they show off their pictures from back in the day, which include beautiful black and white wedding snapshots.

With this in mind, capturing the precious moments of the day you say, “I do,” is significant. You, too, will probably share the story of when you and your fiancé became one. I talked with photographer John Barker of River City Images Photo and Video. John has shot 600 weddings over the past 18 years. He offers his suggestions on preparing for your ceremony and reception photos…

  • Before searching for your photographer, think about what type of photos you want.

What About the Children? Ideas to Include Your Kids in Your Wedding Ceremony

What About the Children? Ideas to Include Your Kids in Your Wedding Ceremony

Many soon-to-be-wed couples have children from previous relationships. Some opt to make their children a major part of their big day. If this is you, here are some ideas to create a memorable day for bride, groom, and family.

  • Exchanging jewelry… During the ring exchange in your wedding ceremony, also give a momentous piece of jewelry to your children. It can be a ring engraved with a precious inscription or a necklace with a locket encasing a beautiful photo. 
  • Participating in the bridal party… Your daughter or son can serve in the bridal party as a flower girl, junior bridesmaid, ring bearer, or groomsman.
  • Giving away the bride… In this journey you all will travel, why not have your son or daughter (or both) walk you down the aisle to begin together.