With so many couples living together before marriage, its obvious that most have already set up their home with the usual registry items, like plates, glasses, serveware, etc. So rather than clogging up your already tight space (because in NYC, who has a ton of space anyway??), you can register for fun experiences through Better Ever After. The difference with Better Ever After is that you’re not registering for cash, you’re getting gift certificates for actual experiences….like learning how to brew your own beer, taking a neighborhood food tour, or getting an interior design consultation! There are lots of activities to choose from, and its a great way to keep that wedding bliss going long after the day is done.
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Bridesmaid dresses have the potential to be the cheesiest element of the wedding. A bunch of ladies in the same dress is not always a good idea. However, in the right dress in the right color, it can be wondrous. Here are some ways to flatter your bridesmaids and get some lovely photos at the same time.
- Warm colors. Let each bridesmaid choose their own dress and give them a palette. This one is warm hues like tomato red, mandarin, yellow, salmon. No doubt the bride provided a color palette to work with. From here.
- Blue. The dress is all the same but it works so well here because the dress is flattering and works so well with the floral bouquets. From here.
- Gold sequins. It’s fun, it’s fresh! From here.
- All florals. Each dress is different but the floral patterns are all in the same scale so it works perfectly. From here.
by Brittany Jepsen of The House That Lars Built
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