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You have the ring sized, the day set and the venue booked – now it’s time to send out invitations and make your wedding date official. The wedding invitations you select should match your wedding theme and perfectly suit your unique sense of style; after all, they give guests the very first glimpse of what they can expect from your big day.
The wedding industry as a whole is in a state of transition. Couples are demanding high levels of quality and style without the associated expense, and they are finding a host of ways to do so.
(StatePoint) A great registry is the first step to planning your happily ever after. As you make your way to the “I Do’s,” it’s also a time to plan for your new lives together. From hosting your first holiday dinner to lazy Sundays on the couch, making your house a home starts with building a great registry.
When it comes to planning a wedding, you have a lot of details to consider. Invitations, however, merit extra attention. The perfect wedding invitation doesn’t just excite guests about your event, it leaves them guessing at the themes, colors and other surprises that await them on your big day.
(BPT) - October is the new June. More and more, weddings are taking place in the height of fall foliage, heart of winter and prime holiday season, including the ever-popular New Year’s Eve ceremony to ring in the new year. But it’s not just the wedding season that has drastically evolved over the past decade, it’s everything from roles and responsibilities to gift-giving.
Charm and enthusiasm is how Sales Manager Marlys Wilcox greets her customers at Wilcox Jewelers, 130 W. Main St., Sullivan. When it comes to helping her customers choose the right diamond, Wilcox has a few easy steps to ensure just the right purchase.