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Archive for December, 2010

Try a Temporary Tattoo on Your Big Day

from aprilesole

If you’re planning a non traditional wedding, or a traditional one that’s not too formal, you might want to investigate the world of temporary tattoos. That might sound a little odd at first, but once you learn more, you’ll be surprised at how appropriate temporary wedding tattoos can be. Tattoo like types of skin decoration are getting higher quality and longer lasting, and some – like henna – are traditionally used in wedding preparations elsewhere in the world.

These decorations are fun, last for a few days to a few weeks, and don’t have the pain, cost, or permanence of a real tattoo. They come in many different types, and can be placed in a number of different locations. Airbrushed paint or henna can be used around the eye or elsewhere on the face, like makeup, on the chest and the upper back, near the garter so they can be seen when you lift your skirt, on the ankles, or on the hands.
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The Best Man’s Wedding Toast

from carpeicthus

So, you’re expected to make a toast at your best friend’s wedding, but you don’t know what to say. Honoring the big day and the new couple without either embarrassing yourself and them or coming across dry and wooden can be pretty tricky. You’ll want to put some thought into what you’re going to say and do. Let’s take a look at a few ideas that can help you get started.

First, think about who you are going to be toasting. There are a few conventions in formal or traditional weddings you should be aware of. For instance, as the best man, you’ll be expected to toast the bride. You may be permitted to toast others as well, depending on how formal the wedding is, so pay attention to the circumstances and feel of the wedding.
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