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A Look at the Disposable Camera

5 August 2010
Since the introduction of the digital camera, wedding guests all over the world are now adding to the bride and groom’s photo collection. But has this ended the long-standing tradition of disposable cameras?Disposable cameras are just that; cameras that are used and then thrown away afterwards. The advantage of the disposable camera is that it is both small enough to be conspicuous, whilst producing a relatively good image (depending on the photographer).It also means that your guests don’t have the hassle and worry of bringing their own cameras, which can sometimes be bulky and cumbersome, depending on the type of ceremony or reception.The other great advantage of disposable cameras, is that they can ordered in a range of colours, so they can be matched to the...

About the Wedding Centerpiece

5 August 2010
Designing your wedding day can be great fun, particularly when you get to choose all those wedding decorations.Your decorations will make a statement to your friends and family about the type of characters both your and your partner are, whilst augmenting the theme and flavour of your wedding day.The CentrepieceThe centrepiece is an item designed to sit in the centre of a table or room, to lift the atmosphere and create an ambiance.You have a myriad of choices when choosing your centrepiece, from complete floral bouquet style designs, to wrought iron candelabras, even candle, Ice Sculptures, glass and floral style centrepieces mixed together in an exotic design.If you have a creative idea for a centrepiece, you may want to talk with a company that organises wedding event...

About the Bouquet Throw

2 April 2010
The bride originally tossed her bouquet to a friend as she left the festivities to keep that person safe (helping to ward off evil spirits) and to offer her luck, since getting lucky in those days meant getting married.This came to mean that the single woman who caught the bouquet would marry next.These days, the Bride gathers any eligible single women on the Dance Floor area, and throws the bouquet over her shoulder. As expected, the female who catches the bouquet, will be next to be married. For a full list of Florists in your area visit our very own Supplier Directory. www.dreamwedding.ie
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