It's a known fact: your guests are definitely excited about the cake. Although it'll be eaten up fast, you want a cake that looks as appealing as it tastes. The easiest way to choose a cake design is by matching it to...
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When you go wedding dress shopping you're looking for:
A short dress with lots of sequins.
A floor-length gown with lace accents.
A mermaid gown with some bling up top.
Which wedding style do you gravitate toward most? Take this 5 question quiz to determine your personal wedding style, and then view wedding inspiration tailored just for you!
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Which of these styles would you prefer in your home?
Exposed brick, complete with unique finds from the local antique shop.
Light color walls with white trim, a picket fence and a big back yard, perfect for entertaining.
White walls with high vaulted ceilings and minimal style furnishings with clean lines.
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Your idea of a special outfit to wear when you celebrate your engagement with your family and friends would be:
Simple and timeless- a floor length chiffon gown with delicate details. Accent it with a satin clutch purse and your favorite heels, and even in the best restaurant in New York, you'll have all eyes on you...and your fiance of course.
Sentimental and sweet - a family-treasured and perfectly fitted 1950's era sweater with your grandmother's initials proudly displayed in embroidery. Pair it with a gray pencil skirt, a nice pair of wedges, and the pearl earrings your fiance splurged on for your first Christmas together, and you're ready for a charming evening out with the ones you love the most.
Vintage and one-of-a-kind- a softly flowing sundress or boldly patterned sheath dress you excitedly discovered at your favorite resale store. Add a silk scarf from the same era to your hair or tied around your waist, some comfy flats or an amazing pair of platforms, and a cute shrug or crocheted sweater and you're set to enjoy a memorable night at your favorite off-beat restaurant or bar in total "you" style.
Purely your own and somewhat unexpected- an adventurous or fashion-forward outfit you'll design and sew yourself the week before your night out, a jem of a dress you found at a Betsy Johnson sample sale, or perhaps even a black or deep red trench dress or fitted paint suit paired with blood red lipstick or brightly colored eyeshadow. Whatever you fancy and where ever you end up, you're sure to be set apart from the crowd. And you (and your soon to be Mr.) wouldn't have it any other way!