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 Even though we live in a very modern society, where male celebrities sport clothing that appear very feminine, your groom might not be as inclined to do so. If your colors incorporate pink, it’s a good idea to ask your husband-to-be’s opinion before you order a boutonniere in that color. Some men will go along with whatever makes their bride happy, while other traditional grooms will not budge when it comes to pink.

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 Will you let your husband-to-be go tux shopping without you? If you honestly don’t care if he winds up in a suit from the 70’s or in something that completely clashes with the colors of your wedding, then go for it. While there are a few grooms who have fabulous taste and would do a great job solo, most need the guidance of their bride. It is wise, however, to let him decide some aspects or make the final choice out of the top three you select together. This way he feels in control and proud of his wedding day attire.

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More and more bride and grooms are choosing to have the beloved canines a part of their ceremonies. To make sure dogs are appropriately dressed, Up Country offers a line of wedding collars and accessories for four-legged friends. They coordinate with any wedding color scheme and combine special fabrics, flowers and trims. All come gift boxed. All of the products are available at www.upcountryinc.com, as well as at select local retailers.

 

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Your wedding night is supposed to special, no matter how long you knew your husband before you got married or if you’ve lived together for years. So wow your new spouse with an especially feminine ensemble. Don’t be afraid to try an outfit you normally wouldn’t consider. Go shopping alone if you’re too embarrassed to show a friend what you bought.

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When searching for your dream dress, bringing numerous people with you can actually be more harmful than helpful. Although your crowd means well, they are likely to share the myriad of opinions. This bombardment can overwhelm a bride and make her second guess her initial thoughts and feeling about a gown. It’s recommended to only bring two or three of your closest family and friends on your shopping trip. However, no matter how many people tag along, the most important rule is to be true to yourself.

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It’s just a few days until Christmas, and there’s no reason you can’t pick up a few things for your wedding (or yourself!) while you finish your last-minute shopping. Today, let’s start with your hair. You’re already thinking sparkle this time of year, so it’s the perfect time to look at hair embellishments! Start with this unique hair vine from Etsy seller EmbellishingYou. Weave it through your hairstyle for a touch of sparkle that isn’t over-the-top.

If you’re marrying in the winter, check out this “snow queen” headband from Etsy seller PetalAndThorn that can be worn as a headband or tiara. With crushed glass and pearls, you’re sure to look like the belle of the ball at your winter wedding!

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Here’s a clever and fun way to get your “something blue”: shoe stickers! These sparkly blue stickers read “I do” in a flourishing font and add a little bit of bling where you’d least expect it: the bottom of your shoe! The stickers are sized to fit the arch of your wedding heels. Make sure your photographer knows you have them; they’d make a cute photo!

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