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Tips To Help You Plan The Perfect Wedding

Are you struggling to narrow down your guest list? Do you know what you want your wedding to be like, but don’t know how you’re going to afford it? No matter what your wedding issues are, there are many things you can do to make your wedding day a success. Here are some of the best wedding tips available.

If you can’t have a limo for your wedding, dress up the cars you’re going in. Put on crepe paper flowers, streamers and whatever else the owner will let you dress it up with. It will make you feel like you have your own customized coach, so you don’t really need a limo anyway.

Think of an exotic location for your wedding to make it even more fun and memorable! You could hold your ceremony at a ranch and ride a white horse down the aisle, or have it at a wildlife preserve and have an animal bring the rings down the aisle. I wouldn’t recommend choosing a turtle for that job, though!

Since you will be going on a honeymoon after your wedding, make sure that you give your job advanced notice that you are going to have to miss some days. This will allow your boss to ensure that there will be proper people backing you up when you are on vacation.

If you have to buy linens for your reception, make sure that they fit your table at home. Another option is to ask family and friends to bring theirs from home so you can just return them, after being professionally cleaned, when you’re done. If you have to mix and match you can adjust your color scheme to make it look intentional!

Whether or not to invite children to your wedding is a delicate choice to have to make. You don’t want to offend your guests by saying they must come childless, or forcing them to find a babysitter. At the same time, you don’t want kids tearing around your reception or disrupting the ceremony. If you want to have kids there, give them something else to do or another room to play in.

You may feel like your dream wedding is out of reach. But don’t give up yet! The tips in this article can help you to create the wedding you want. Whether you’re overwhelmed by stress or struggling with your budget, this advice will help you to make your wedding, one of the best days of your life.

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How To Caring For Your Prom Dress

There are two basic ways of storing your prom dress. One is to fold it carefully in tissue paper and store it in a box with a few cedar balls and/or a few fabric softener sheets. OR you can fold it over a hanger at the waist (back side over the hanger) and place it inside a garment bag.
Remember, this is a long, heavy dress. Hanging your gown up by the shoulders or straps may cause stretching of the straps or the fabric in the shoulders. You can also hang up your gown by the straps and ribbons and then drape the rest of the dress over another hanger-at about the knees. This will also prevent stretching. Personally, I take no chances. I fold my all dresses.
Coming Out of Storage
You’ll need to bring the gown or prom dress out of storage several days before your event. There are several methods for removing wrinkles and restoring freshness.
One is to hang the dress in the bathroom while a hot shower steams the wrinkles from the dress. I prefer this method to using hand steamers. Hand steamers require a little bit of salt in the water to make them work properly. Salt is very corrosive and can damage the fabric over time.
Another way to remove wrinkles is to liberally mist the dress with a mixture of water that contains a splash of fabric softener. Then hang the dress up somewhere out of the way. Allow the water and the weight of the dress to slowly remove the wrinkles. This is not the best approach for silk or satin.
Some dresses just have to be ironed-silk, satin, etc. Ironing with steam is acceptable if you don’t use any salt. But be very careful—some fabrics will change color slightly when ironed with steam–especially those that are of a lighter shade. So test a small portion first. This is typically not a problem for black dresses. For extra protection you can place a piece of unprinted grocery sack between the dress and the iron.
The day after the party use a warm washcloth to remove and deodorant stains under the arms. You really want to do this as soon as possible as some deodorants can lighten or discolor fabric over time. Let your dress air out for a day or two before you store it.