Up North Bride - Spring 2011 Edition
Spring 2011 edition of Up North Bride, your guide to northern Michigan weddings and engagements.
- On The Cover 2011.03.24 Whether you meet someone interesting or grow up with a person who slowly catches your eye, it’s a wonderful feeling.
- Outdoor Ceremony 2011.03.24 It isn’t any secret that Northern Michigan is a perfect spot to have a destination wedding.
- Party favors 2011.03.24 Tradition dictates that a little token of appreciation should be given to each member of the wedding party either at the rehearsal dinner or before the ceremony.
- Photography 2011.03.24 A great way to make sure to capture all of the memories is with quality, creative photography.
- Flowers 2011.03.24 Whether you prefer daisies, roses or lilies, adding colorful flowers can be a simple accent without overwhelming the basic theme of the wedding.
- Transportation 2011.03.24 More commonly today, rings are reflecting the individuality of each woman.
- Planner 2011.03.24 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.
- Reception 2011.03.24 For many years, a traditional part of American weddings has been a formal reception with a sit-down dinner.
- The Dance 2011.03.24 One of the most memorable and romantic moments of your wedding day is your first dance together as a married couple.
- Honeymoons 2011.03.24 You’ve done everything but plan that special getaway, where newlyweds wind down after the whirlwind of months and months of planning.
- Cakes 2011.03.24 Traditionally, the cake cutting ceremony is the first task a bride and groom perform as a husband and wife after celebrating their wedding vows.
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