Blog Results for
March 2016
5 Tips for Your Rustic Barn Wedding
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A barn can be the perfect setting for your country chic wedding. Today, outdoor weddings at a farm or in a barn setting are taking place all over the country, and they offer the bride and groom a very unique and intimate location for their nuptials and reception. Here are 5 ways to keep your rustic wedding charming and classy: 1. Choose the Perfect Venue Country settings are fairly prevalent these days, but don't discount the importance of a professional vendor when choosing the venue. Hiring an established wedding venue can limit the amount of extra work (and stress) you add to your...
A Guide to Including Children in Your Wedding
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Children can undeniably add a whole level of cuteness to your wedding ceremony. If you have children from a previous relationship or have young family members, there are many meaningful ways to include them in your wedding. While kids in weddings can be adorable, they can also be unpredictable. Here are some ideas for successfully including children in your wedding:Choose age appropriate roles for the childrenWhile a ringbearer and a flower girl are the obvious choices for younger family members, there are several other duties for children if you're looking to include older children or multiple kids. At the ceremony...
The Prom Checklist for Guys
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Make your prom a night to remember with a tuxedo from Jim's formal wear Prom night will likely be one of the highlights of your high school career. Make it a great night, and be prepared with our prom checklist. Have a Plan It's a big night, and you'll have more fun if everything goes smoothly. So first things first…ask a date as soon as you know the date of the event. Or, make plans to go with a group of friends to celebrate this memorable night. Hire a limo, make dinner reservations, and decide where you and your friends should take pictures before...
Wedding Guest Attire Guidelines
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We've all been there. You receive an invitation to be a guest at a wedding, and while the invite clearly lays out the who, when and where, you're left guessing what to wear. Use these helpful guidelines to know what to wear when attending everything from a formal white tie affair to a more casual wedding. White Tie Invited The most formal type of attire for a wedding is White Tie Invited, so you should adhere to the rules on this one. Men should wear a black tailcoat, a white formal shirt, and a white pique vest and bow tie. Black formal shoes...