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DIY Wedding host Yvette-Michelle Cottle Darby, talks about wedding invitations and what you should know about putting your "Wedding Invitation Suite" together. Yvette-Michelle also shares tips on how you can make your own wedding inviations.
Please join us as we move on from décor to stationery. We will spend the next two weeks talking about the role of stationery both aesthetically and functionally. This week we will focus on your foundational pieces, Save The Dates and Invitations. We will cover everything you need to know, from how to request black tie, to picking your postage and everything in between. This show will take invitation etiquette from overwhelming to simple in 30 minutes!
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Deciding whom to select to be a part of your wedding party can be as difficult to decide as to whom to seat next to whom. Knowing what’s expected of the duty can help you make the decision a little easier.
From bride’s maids to pages, we will list the common (and not so common) roles of the bridal party.
Not a popular episode, but necessary.
We guide couples through who should pay for what... and how to adjust when they don't. The Wedding Planner will guide you through those difficult conversatons and your partners expectations, that can overwhelm or disappont you. After 3 decades od experience you can trust I will navigate even the most difficult situations.
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Offering wedding invitations to area brides is one of the easiest ways to add additional profits to your wedding business bottom line.
Join host Debbie Quain, and guest co-host Sydney Cusick of Carlson Craft to learn how easy it is to get started selling wedding invitations...even if you're a home-based wedding planner!
Confetti is a fun and lively meeting place for aspiring and established wedding planners across the globe. Join us on Tuesdays at 7PM ET for live inspiration, tips and answers to your questions about how to start a wedding planing business of your very own.
Learn more at http://ConfettiRadio.com
Finding the right wedding favors — neither too cheap nor too grand — can be difficult. With wedding favors, the line between cute and kitsch is hin. If you either can’t or don’t decide to spend money on favors, then you should forego giving anything at all — it’s not necessary. With a little creativity, however, you can probably find or make the perfect favor.
Is tissue really necessary in a wedding invitation? When should your clients use a pew card? Is it okay to get RSVPs via email?
Confetti is THE meeting place for new and aspiring wedding planners across the globe.
Join host, Debbie Quain, for live tips and answers to your questions about how to start a wedding planning business.
Learn more at http://ConfettiRadio.com
How to be the best wedding guest
What not to wear
Who to bring
Why decline an invite
Where to buy a gift
Grab a glass and sip and speak to us this wedding wednesday we want to hear your horrors and your funnies
Eliza Pirosca Warden is a recent graduate of Samford University. She holds the Bachelor of Music degree in vocal and violin performance, and the Master of Music degree in church music. She was named the 2014 outstanding graduate student in Samford’s Division of Music. Eliza teaches voice, violin, and piano lessons at Dawson Music Academy. She performs at regional concerts, weddings, and church services.
Susie started playing violin at an early age under the direction of Katherine Sasaki of The Katherine Sasaki Suzuki Violin School Academy. After her completion of the Academy, she studied with Anne Foreman. During her adolescent career she performed with various groups including the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra and Northwest Symphony Orchestra. She received scholarships to attend master violin workshops at the Universities of Illinois, Eastern Illinois and Madison. She has taken improvisational classes with Jazz Violinist Randy Sabien. Susie is a member of the Fiddle Players Union, Suzuki Academy Association, Southwestern Bluegrass Music Association, and Southern Old Timer Fiddle Association. Although Susie's formal training was classical. Being from the South, her heart and soul belong to Dixie. She's been playing bluegrass and country music professionally for 15 years. Known in the South as "Susie the Wedding Fiddler." Susie is in high-demand as the wedding fiddler and is a premier artist in the wedding industry. She can play any indoor/outdoor venue from backyard barbeques to black tie events! Susie has recorded with various country artists and as a solo artist. She is a favorite amongst the local country fair circuit. Susie is also available for violin/fiddle instruction. Click HERE to Contact Me about your event
Today's show is an encore show from January 12, 2011. "Romance" is in the air. Today's Topic is "Weddings" special guest internationally acclaimed wedding, event and interior designer Diann Valentine. Diann will discuss with everyone her extraordinary career as a "Wedding Planner" and "Interior Designer" We will also discuss "How to plan your Dream Wedding" Diann Valentine continues to turn fantasy into reality as this vivacious innovative mastermind gives couples around the world the wedding of their dreams. Valentine is world renowned as the go-to wedding and event designer who takes classic traditions and gives them a modern and unique flare that sets her apart from anyone else in her industry. The incredibly sought-after and admired Valentine is the creative genius behind the jaw dropping weddings of Usher, Toni Braxton, Kelis, Lela Rochon, and Boyz II Men crooner Shawn Stockman just to name a few. After giving wedding and event planning tips on E! News Daily, ABC’s InStyle Celebrity Weddings Special Entertainment Tonight, CNN, and HGTV as well as doing spreads in Brides Magazine, InStyle, USA Today and Essence, Valentine published her first book, Weddings Valentine Style. Diann also has a new greeting card coming out that will be available on www.tinyprints.com. It is a Valentine’s Day card that is designed to be shared between girlfriends. For more information about Diann please visit her website http://www.diannvalentine.com/
Two experts in the dress design and lingerie field for plus-sized women and I have a chat about what to expect in the coming months as wedding dresses and lingerie. You may remember Rose Jeffries as my dress designer for the 2011 Wedding Cake Taste-Off and Anina Young of Brazen Lingerie and who for the past 2 years I have had come on to talk about the best lingerie to wear under special occasion attire.
You also know that Anina suggests you wear nothing, zip, GO NAKED throughout your honeymoon, so that is not what we're discussing here.
by the 2nd show you'll have all three of our picks from the Oscar 2015 show for what coming up in the wedding aisles.