Monthly archives:May 2015

Charming Deet #333: Dessert Bar in Summer

Stun your guests not just with a pretty cake but a selection of hand-crafted desserts at a dessert bar!  A dessert bar is an assortment of desserts for guests to choose from in addition to or even perhaps instead of cake for each guest.  Here are some dessert choices that are popular to include in a summer wedding: ~ Classic choices include cupcakes, choco[...]

Charming Deet #332: The Shoe Game

Recently I was watching Four Weddings on TLC and I was inspired to write this post about the hilarious game played at one of the couples weddings. The couple called it the shoe game, which at first doesn’t sound all that appealing considering the game entails holding shoes, but it was actually super cute! To play the shoe game you first need two c[...]

Charming Deet #331: Ice Sculptures!

Have you ever thought about having an ice sculpture at your wedding?! Yes, no, maybe so…too complicated of an idea to even entertain it? Yeah, we understand. But there are a lot of really special qualities that an ice sculpture can bring to your big day, and they might just be worth a second glance.          [...]

Charming Deet #330: Groom's Formal Fun with Neck-wear

It seems more obvious that the ladies get to be unique with their style, but even with a standard suit, men can too!  Traditionally, black means a suit and a necktie, but a three-piece can have a little tasteful throwback with a neck scarf! A neck scarf is a simple silk scarf, also called an ascot, which was perhaps popularized by a village of the same na[...]

Charming Deet #328: The Bouquet & Garter Toss

We’re all pretty familiar with the good ol’ bouquet and garter toss. But just in case you aren’t, we’ll run through the basics real quick. So the bride first tosses her bouquet of flowers to all the single ladies in the room. Then it’s time for the guys to have a turn at catching something. The groom first takes the garter off his bride and then tosses i[...]

Brides Against Breast Cancer

Every one in eight women in the U.S. will develop Breast Cancer in their lifetime.  Eighty-five percent of those women do not have a history of Breast Cancer in their family.  Those are some pretty startling facts.  Brides Against Breast Cancer is one organization that contributes to programs for cancer patients and their families.  Their outreach and educ[...]