Archive for December, 2009

Pick the Wrong Mistress, Get a Gift Card!!!

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

Tiger Woods has officially been crowned celebrity hot mess king of December 2009. In celebration of the upcoming new year, we are offering up a $50 gift certificate to the gal/guy who can name which 2 mistresses below DO NOT belong to this holiday scandal!!!

Facebook message us at  http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/AdornBrides?ref=ts with your answer!!

Encore Bridal Fabulous Wedding Gown Sale!

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

Encore Bridal now has a fabulous e-boutique that everyone HAS to check out! If you do, you could save THOUSANDS – not hundreds – THOUSANDS on your wedding gown.  What designers do they carry? Everyone. The Encore Bridal collection includes dresses from Monique Lhuillier, Vera Wang,  Reem  Acra,  Amsale, and Pronovias just to name a few.

 RistaroseAngieGownThis gorgeous Ristarose gown was originally $2,600 and is now only $699!!! This sheath style gown with an empire waist pairs beautifully with our Budding necklace.

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Nothing could make you feel more like a princess than this classic Priscilla of Boston gown. Originally $4,860, the PriscillaofBostonGowndress is the low price of $1,600! Wowzza! Finish off your princess look with the ever timeless Spencer necklace.

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The Pros and Cons of a Holiday Wedding

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

Weddings during holidays; the subject is a rather hot topic. Bring it up in conversation with your friends and I’ll guarantee you everyone will have a different take on it. Some people think they are wonderful, some find it intrusive for your guests’, others think it can come of as a bit cheesy. Here’s a list of pros and cons to help you decide the best thing for you to do.

 

Pros

  • If you get married during holidays such as Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, or Valentines Day, the hall you are having your reception in will no doubt have lovely decorations up for your event – free of charge.
  • Your wedding pictures will already have a dazzling unifying theme
  • Your guests will – odds are – already be off from work
  • Prices for wedding halls, catering, disc jockeys, etc can sometimes be cheaper due to a lack of demand
  • Your guests will already be in a festive mood

 

Cons

  • If you have a lot of out of town guests, hotels and airfare can be more expensive
  • If you are getting married ON a holiday as oppose to NEAR a holiday (aka weekend after Thanksgiving, weekend before Christmas, etc), your guests might be upset having to arrange their holiday plans around you
  • If you have a specific theme in mind for your wedding, having it around a holiday will mean you will need to 4thJULYBridalpay extra to have your hall change their decorations
  • If not executed properly, the wedding can come off as hokie. Sure everyone loves the 4th of July, but having the American flag in every inch of your wedding motif may come off a bit…how shall I say this…odd. 

I hope this helped you in your decision on whether or not to have a wedding around the holidays. In my personal opinion, there is nothing wrong with having a wedding around a holiday that is special to you and your future husband…as long as it is tastefully done and as long as you are not insulted if a few guests decline your invite.