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Use Burgundy and Blush Colors Anytime During the Year

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We love the color combination of blush and burgundy! This mix of beautiful colors would be absolutely perfect for a wedding any time of the year. By adding simple touches throughout your the space, this look is easily attainable.

To find more burgundy and blush products like napkinsfavor boxes and more, visit our site at: www.promiseswest.com.

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Wedding Stationery - There Are More Choices Than You Think.

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When you think of wedding stationery, you probably think of the wedding suite: invitation, reception card and response card.

But there are so many things that happen before you send your wedding invitations that you need to let people know about and invite them to. Lucky for you, there’s adorable, fashionable stationery designed for each and every one of those pre-wedding events: Engagement, Save the Date, Bridal Shower, Bachelorette Party and Rehearsal Dinner!

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2019 Wedding Trends and your special day!

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2019 Wedding Trends and your special day.  Metallics are still a popular trend but one in particular will really stand out ~ Copper.  Copper can either go for a sophisticated or rustic style because of it gleaming pinkish and orange hues it is sure to be the perfect accent color.  Greenery is another important accent that will be incorporated in table décor, cakes, flowers, invitations and accessories.  These two colors are simply gorgeous together! Floral arrangements consist of vines, leaves, fruit mixed with flowers for an asymmetrical arrangement which will give that nature inspired element.

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The Cutting of the Wedding Cake and Its History

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The tradition of the wedding cake dates back to the Roman Empire.  The custom was for the groom to break the cake over the bride’s head to symbolize the end of the bride’s virginity, guarantee fertility, and the beginning of her husband’s power over her.  This was usually done with a loaf of bread as cakes weren’t created them.  The guests would take part by taking a piece of the broken wedding cake in hopes they would also get good luck and fortune.

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