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The S’s Of Choosing A Wedding Venue

Posted by on Jan 13, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Choosing the right wedding venue can be a real headache for brides and grooms alike. It’s stressful trying to pick the perfect function room for a day or night that is more or less expected to be the best party you’ve ever thrown. With so many great options out there it’s easy to get swept off your feet. Before you know it you’ve hired out a small beach-side venue with a rustic feel for your extravagant traditional wedding totaling 300 guests! The good news is that all it takes to avoid a disaster like that is a little forward thinking. Here are the S’s you should have answers to before you start searching for a function room for your wedding: Size  It’s no good hiring out a ballroom if you’re only inviting a handful of close friends and family....

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Four Ways to Budget in Dance Classes for Your Child

Posted by on Dec 17, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Children often want to do exactly what the ballerinas or dancers do on television and stage. They often don’t know how demanding dance can be, expensive classes can become, and how often they will need to practice. Some children love all of that and more about the art of dance and stick with it for years or even a lifetime. Before signing your child up for dance lessons or classes, consider four ways that you can budget it in so you don’t lose your shirt to the dance floor. Avoid New Gear If you want to budget in dance classes and lessons then try to avoid buying all new gear. In some cases, parents tend to go all out and buy new gear for their child so they will be prepared on the first day of class. Often, the...

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Tips on Planning Your Parents’ Wedding Anniversary Party

Posted by on Dec 4, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Your parents have done so much for you growing up, so it’s nice to repay the favour by throwing them a spectacular wedding anniversary party that shows them how much you care. Here are some elements you can incorporate to make this party one to remember. Themes Traditionally wedding anniversary themes followed the wedding gift themes, but there is nothing wrong with being creative. Why not try a fancy dress party where everyone as the year that your parents married? It gives your parents a way to show you the dances of their youth and groove to their favourite tunes. You can follow this through to the meal and table place setting by utlising party hire services. Speeches Try and keep speeches to a minimum but it can be a fun touch to get your parents’ groomsmen or bridesmaids...

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Learn Three Easy Wedding Decorations You Can Make On A Budget

Posted by on Nov 19, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

A wedding is meant to be a joyful occasion, but it often turns into a stressful one because of how expensive planning a wedding can become. If you are getting married in the near future, cutting costs for your wedding may be easier than you think. Use the following guide to learn how to make a few wedding decorations to use at your wedding to help you save money and still have the wedding of your dreams. Coffee Filter Flowers Coffee filter flowers can be hung on the walls of your reception hall or scattered on the tables as decorations. Lay a large white coffee filter on a flat surface. Lay two brown coffee filters on top of the white coffee filter. Lay two white coffee filters on top of the two brown coffee filters. Lay one brown coffee...

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How To Throw A Hens Party Even Great-Aunt Doris Will Love

Posted by on Nov 11, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Goodbye single life! That’s essentially what a hens or bucks party is — a celebration of the end of single life and the beginning of married life. Perhaps you’ve been tasked with organising the farewell to single life for your soon to be married friend. Before you start ordering crates of alcohol and booking exotic dancers, it’s important to speak with the bride with regards to the guest list, which then sets the tone as to what is appropriate entertainment. Yes, a hens party should be a big celebration, but not everyone who the bride wants to invite will actually enjoy a late night at a club with free-flowing alcohol. So how do you accommodate everyone and make sure they have a good time? It’s as simple as having a two-tiered hens night. Part 1: A Relaxed Celebration Much...

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