Bachelorette Games

Bachelorette Happenings

Some girls have no clue what kind of games they can play in the pre drinks before hitting the strip clubs or bars to celebrate your last day being a ‘Miss’. Here are a few games that could get the laughs flowing!

Bra Pong For a girly twist on beer pong, pin some underwire bras (the bigger the better )these will take the place of the cups on the table and throw a ping pong into the cups to score points; Drinking penalties optional.

Smash the boozy piñata ditch the sweets and fill yours will mini alcohol bottles- don’t forget to bubble wrap them first! – Then mix up a load of cocktails with the prizes won!

Pin the junk on the hunk like pin the tail on the donkey, but with naughty alternatives (think banana, hot dogs and rockets) cut out of paper and laminated. For your hunk you have an option of blowing up a picture of the groom or a celebrity crush to poster size.

Design a toilet-roll dress up the style stakes on this classic by assigning each team a decade to emulate.

Groom Sings Wedding Thanks

Now we aren’t expecting anything quite like this but if you are a singer it might be a good opportunity to take your brides favorite songs or even memorable songs that mean something to you and your bride, to say thank you to your wedding guests.

Recipe for Love

Recipe for love

1 cup of Romance

1 pinch of Humor

2 spoonful’s of Joy

1lb of Compatibility

3 tablespoons of trust

1 cup of respect

Half a pound of sharing

1 zest of tenderness

3 quarter cup of patience

Ghosts of Weddings Past

Lovely barn setting for a perfect rustic chic wedding!

Lovely barn setting for a perfect rustic chic wedding!

Wediquette

The golden rules of using social media at weddings:

Brides!

#1 Change your Facebook privacy settings

No bride wants to be tagged in an unflattering Facebook pic, showing mascara black happy tears dripping down her face as she embraces her new husband for the first time. Yes, it’s a beautiful moment- but no, you really don’t want it on your profile as the first photo of you as a newlywed. A quick tweak to your settings will mean you can approve all photos you’re tagged in before they appear on your profile. Clever, no?

#2 Make your hashtag clear

Whether you print it in the Service Programs or ask an artistically-inclined friend to create a bespoke canvas illustrating it, make sure your hashtag is clear enough for guests to notice. Keep it simple to avoid typos.

#3 Leave a day’s grace

Are you normally the first to head online to share your news? Fight your urges to update your Facebook status and savor twirling around the dance floor with your husband and mingle with your guests instead. Facebook can wait for 24 hours without you updating your profile. Those who need to know will already be celebrating with you anyway- and those who don’t can wait!

Guests!

#4 Think before you share

If you’re a guest looking to do some post-wedding analysis, remember everything you share-or say- about the wedding day will be visible to your social group. So perhaps keep your thoughts about that freaky second cousin at dinner or the awkward best man’s speech to yourself…

#5 Check before you upload

If a hashtag hasn’t been clearly specified, check with the newlyweds or a member of the bridal party what the photo policy is. It’s every bride’s prerogative to be the one to upload the first photograph of herself looking gorgeous in her wedding dress, so don’t burst her bubble by stealing her thunder and getting there first!

Your Crazy’s Showing

Perfect Palettes

A perfect theme for Spring with clean and elegant colors!

A perfect theme for Spring with clean and elegant colors!

Here Come the Girls

Bride

No longer will I play the field. The field stinks… both economically and socially.

-Holly Golightly

Simply the Guys

Groom’s toast inspiration

This is my beloved and this is my friend

-Song of Solomon 5:16

Planner Perfect

What style wedding dress is best for me?

A mermaid silhouette is for the bride who doesn’t mind showing of her curves, regardless of her body type. This style is extremely fitted to the knees, flaring out at the bottom of the skirt. It is not the best style for women who are petite in height or like to get on the dance floor and have a good time the day of their wedding!

An A-line gown has a fitted bodice, and the skirt flares out towards the bottom, creating an “A” shape. The skirt can have a full or slim design (modified A-line). An A-line gown flatters all body shapes. If you are petite, try a modified A-line. With a small frame, a fuller, more elaborate gown can overwhelm you. If you have an hourglass or curvy figure, an A-line gown with a dropped waist can be flattering.

An empire gown has a high waist, which sits directly underneath the bust =, and a skirt that flows down to the hem. This gown suits brides who are lacking in height- the high waist will elongate your body and give you a taller appearance. If you are pear shaped or have a voluptuous figure, try the empire gown- it brings attention to the upper body.

If you want the fairy tale princess look- the ball gown is for you. The ball gown has a fitted bodice with a VERY full skirt. If you are tall and thin, a ball gown will add shape to your slight figure. This style also flatters figures that are pear shaped and voluptuous.

At the end of the day, you want to have fun and enjoy your shopping experience. Be true to yourself and go with the gown you love!

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