Up North Bride - Fall 2012 Edition
Fall 2012 edition of Up North Bride, your guide to northern Michigan weddings and engagements.
- On The Cover 2012.10.20 Anna Joseph met her husband in high school, but they were never really sweethearts. That is, until they went off to college, lived in the same duplex building and finally went on their first date.
- Invitations 2012.10.20 Beautiful, stylish and printed invitations remain quite chic, but some engaged couples are moving toward online RSVP options. Trouble is, that doesn’t always work out very well.
- Photography 2012.10.20 Whether called trash the dress or rock the frock photography shoots, local photographers say these unconventional bridal sessions can generate some beautiful images and spectacular memories.
- Flowers 2012.10.20 The challenge for florists with autumn weddings is a more limited selection from local nurseries and gardens, as the abundance of summer blooms wanes.
- Honeymoons 2012.10.20 Many couples plan lengthy honeymoons in far-away tropical destinations, but more and more newlyweds instead choose to wait to take that expensive vacation for a five or 10-year anniversary.
- Wedding Budget & Floral Planners 2012.10.20 Download our Budget or Floral Planner PDFs to help you plan for your wedding.
- Groom's Planner 2012.10.20 A wedding should be planned in stages with every decision made as early as possible. The groom has plenty that he is traditionally responsible for.
- Bride's Planner 2012.10.20 A wedding should be planned in stages with every decision made as early as possible. Begin by setting deadlines, then check off each task as you complete it.
- Preservation 2012.10.20 There are ways to save a tortured wedding gown, whether intentionally trashed for a photo shoot or simply one on which the bride dropped a forkful of beef bourguignon or a glassful of red wine.
- Reception 2012.10.20 When planning an outdoor event, especially in the fall, weather is often a variable that calls for a good back-up plan.
- Dessert 2012.10.20 Groom’s cakes are common in the American South and anyone from there likely is familiar with the tradition. But now these personality-oriented cakes are appearing at Michigan weddings, especially among young couples who wish to honor the grooms and their
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