Published on May 8, 2014 | By Elisa | 0 comments

Fairytale Krikor Jabotian wedding dress inspiration

Since we are little we dream about princesses, fairytales and love stories. Our imagination spontaneously focus on the beauty of this unreal word where those incredible dresses just fit perfectly with the whole plot.

Indeed fairytale dresses are what we are looking for when we choose our own gown. When we envision our wedding now, it’s “the dress” that often assumes a prominent position. The gown leads the processional of objects that comprise the wedding day, with flowers, photographs, and every detail.

That’s why I am pretty sure that most of the girls has pictured herself with the dress of her dreams since very early age – and probably the style that she would choose once married hasn’t changed that much since then!

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The wedding gown symbolizes beauty, elegance, purity, grace, preciousness and – above all – should fit your personality and style. You need something exclusive, with exquisite textiles, detailed embroideries and a special personalized touch.

If you want to feel like a real princess – you should have a look at the gorgeous and creative gowns created by the Lebanese designer Krikor Jabotian. His fresh and particular style communicates something unique, where his imagination and vibrant creativity meets a superior level of sophistication and magnificence.

Krikor latest collection, named after the Turkish island of Akhtamar and the old Armenian legend that surrounds it (a romantic love story between a princess and a commoner swimming to the island every night to meet her guided by a light coming from her room), shows snaky gold embroidery and fanciful silhouettes with a dark fairy-tale quality.

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Elegance and grace are the key words that always should describe a wedding gown.

Whatever type of dress you will go for – always remember that should reflect your dreams and soul, that has to be personal ( so maybe you should use some fabric that has a special meaning for you..)  and that, no matter what your wedding idea comes from, but the magnificence of your wedding will run around what you will be wearing.

Get inspired by those fairytale dresses and play for your most wanted love story!

 

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Published on April 10, 2014 | By Elisa | 0 comments

Australian wedding inspiration in Italy

Today we want to talk about a beautiful couple, lovely friends, dear folks that Eva of Chicweddingsinitaly, had the chance to meet through the work of Chicweddings ( and it it not always easy to meet such hearted clients who later become friends) …. Anna Vitali & Dion Rivkin love celebration was beyond doubt one of our favorite weddings to organize last summer. The southern Italian atmosphere, the lovely bride and groom, the red earth standing out under ancients olive trees, the local hospitality, the stunning location, the small things that make our Italia such an incredible and unique country, the beauty of Anna and the cheekiness of Dion…. all of this made truly gorgeous and special this wedding.

Anna and Dion have invited 115 guests, 80 coming directly from Australia matching this special occasion with a good holiday and unforgettable moments.

The wedding took place at Borgo Egnazia, a luxury complex that recalls the southern “masseria” look. Anna and Dion chose this location because their love for the sea, the links with some friends from Apulia region and the fact that they just wanted something different than ” Tuscany”.

On the night before the wedding we have organised a reharsal dinner: informal, authentic, made of genuine ingredients, with a humble grace that reflects our roots as well as an inner beauty made of the simplicity of the everyday things.

The dinner took place in a big square at Borgo Egnazia surrounded by white stones under the good light of the stars. Few food stands were displaying fresh foods and handmade plates, the décor was made of fruits and vegetables, and the color palette choose by the bride was the white – matching with the location tonality.

Under the beautiful light of the sunset, in the middle of ancient olive groves spotting on red colored earth, below a lovely chuppah, you could find the charming celebration of Anna and Dion love. The white stone buildings and the coastline overview made this location even more special. Dion Rivkin, opted for a navy blue suit, while Anna Vitali looked timeless in a fitted white lace dress designed by Steven Khalil. The true feelings of their union, together with the beauty of the location and a simple decorative touch – made up the unicity of this part of the wedding.

Then reception took place at Cala Masciola, a private beach club in Borgo Egnazia. A full white décor theme kept a very elegant look. The guests received small bottles of prickly pear cactus liqueur as wedding favors and after all the beautiful speeches, the performance of  few friends/artists ( among those her beautiful dancer and actrice Bree Roberston)  and some amazing food – the night ended up with everyone dancing under the stars, cuddled by the fresh Mediterranean breeze, until the sun came up.

Love is made of small everyday details, a meaningful touch can make always a big difference – that’s what we love to do – to put meaning on every single detail of your wedding.

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Published on March 23, 2014 | By Elisa | 0 comments

One color wedding Inspiration

Helloo Spring!!! Since few weeks our Primavera has shown her presence by painting the italian landscape with uncountable happy blossoms and their incredible colors..

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Colors are what set up our mood and that’s why choosing the right one at your wedding is an essential and significant step. To combine them or to stick on one is always the first choice to make.. and today I would focus on just “single color” events inspiration.

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One color happenings are more and more in vogue around the world. The reason can be searched on the great visual impact and feeling that they provide. Having just a predominant color gives an exquisite result because doesn’t distract the eye and the whole picture looks very authentic and striking – especially on photos.

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So which one should you choose? It’s hard to stick on one when there are so many beautiful shades around us. Your color arrangement for the wedding has the power to set the vibe – so select it wisely.

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First you have to consider the color “psychology” and the meaning of them. Your choice tends to be a subconscious reflection of your personality and an indication of how you imagine your future marriage will be.. Here some symbology color per color (I just focused on the positive meanings since you are choosing the color for a positive aim):

White: pureness, perfection

Black: power, elegance, security, importance

Blue: harmony, confidence, fidelity, peace

Violet: extravagant,

Green: nature, fertility, sensuality, tranquility

Red: passion, love, fire, life

Yellow: optimism, sensual love, light

Rose: delicate, eroticism, dream

Golden: happiness, beauty, sun/lion, luxury, divinity

Grey: secret

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Second, before deciding about the color of your wedding, its important keep an open mind until you’ve chosen the venue; in fact the location may suggest the right one for you. Have a look at the colors used in your venue’s walls, carpeting, drapery and decorations. If the site has strong colors, you’ll need to select a color that complements. If you already have your heart set on a certain one, you may need to select a more neutrally decorated site but this needs to be sorted out very early on or you may miss out on a good location!

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Third, at the same time you have to consider which blossoms you will be using and in which season the marriage will take place. Decorating is simple when Mother Nature is your guide, so let the natural colors of the season be your inspiration. My point here is not to stick on seasonal tonalities; but to make sure that the wedding colors you choose complement the blooms and foliage that are naturally available during that time of year.

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Then once you have considered those main points – you can spin around between reality and dream with the décor, the details, the lighting, the entertainment, the dressing code.. think about having your wedding with all the guests dressing up on a specific color!

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Creativity is limitless and once you have make your choice you will be surprised on how just one color can make the difference and set the mood, the beauty and the unforgettable moments of you day.

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Published on March 12, 2014 | By Elisa | 0 comments

Ascia AKF Turban Style Inspiration

Lately we’ve got inspired by the style of the Kuwaiti model and fashion designer Ascia Al-Faraj – the girl that started that Turban Hijab style! Al-Faraj’s great taste in fashion was completely self-taught with a major influence of Islamic Malaysian fashion, which led her into starting her innovative turban trend.

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Those head ware based on cloth winding – traditionally used by men – were worn even before Islam and signified a man’s honor. Indeed, the turban has come a long way from being a man’s headpiece to becoming an essential part of a lady’s head accessory. It was extremely popular in the early 40′s to the 80′s, when actresses that many idolized are seen wearing them.

I personally see this solution as a creative and elegant option for your wedding attire, everyday style, themed event.. or, if your background is from an Islamic cultural influence – a cutting-edge and  gorgeous alternative for your veil as Ascia AFK has proved.

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Ascia’s creative and unique designs – together with her confidence and good taste – quickly drove people to start wearing the veil as turban like her.  The result is a new trend that makes feel more unique, innovative and stylish.

Here you can find some images with the aim of inspire your attire in any occasion. Some of the following options are very creative and more “ornamental”, providing also relevance to your hair.  So.. why not considering them – they can be a very unusual and stylish option that you can wear every day to stand off from the crowd.

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I would even suggest to Ascia to start a bridal line with lace, silk, or any beautiful material; maybe adding some precious stones.. I’m picturing a bride with it right now – oh yes – she would look marvelous on it.

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Published on March 4, 2014 | By Elisa | 0 comments

Table cloth ideas

When it comes to focus on wedding details – choosing your tablecloth is not the easiest task. There are plenty of options, material and combinations to choose from. Here you’ll find a  quick step by step guide on how to choose your wedding linen.

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First, you need to choose which material your textile will be: lace, cotton with perls, burlap, paiettes, silk.. Any material has its own pro and cons. I would say not to use a too delicate material that get stained easily, or to avoid textiles that can broke or get damaged easily on the set up. Anyways its your wedding and precious textiles should be used. Just bear in mind to order few extra linens just in case something happens.

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Second, after the material you need to choose the color. That depends on your wedding theme and on the color palette you have choosed for your decorations. Normally the linen goes white, so the decorative details can stand out; but any color, if matched properly with the decorative items, can be a great choice.

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Third, you need to decide if your linen will have a pattern or will be “plain”. I personally see that lace or croquet tablecloth are so lovely – maybe not just for the material, but also because they have a pattern. Here I’ve find some options that are handmade and can be reproduced in different colors. I think that choosing a pattern can give personality and embellishment to your wedding table. Just try different combinations with colors, pattern, flowers and decor – its always better to be original and try something new!

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Last, if you already have beautiful tables you can opt for just a nice runner or placemat. I love the contrast and it looks more authentic. This is a good idea if you want to give relevance to an old table or just if you find a stunning runner. Any small choice can add that special touch you are looking for  in your wedding table. So play with it and find what better reflects your style!

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Published on February 10, 2014 | By Elisa | 0 comments

Gay weddings traditions?

Gay weddings.. the question here is “what is different?”, “what should be the etiquette or the steps that you are supposed to follow?”. The tradition doesn’t really has a chapter dedicated to specific rules to go after when planning a gay wedding, that’s why they can turn into something very creative and exciting!

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While many gay couples want to maintain some of the traditions they’re used to see at straight weddings, it’s often hard to translate things that are designed for opposite-sex couples to two people of the same sex. In fact – this is a great opportunity to truly set an original wedding that reflects your culture and style. The good news is that you can choose to follow some traditional steps and be extravagant by changing small details without running into problems of etiquette, like having a special joining ritual, a parade that truly sets off emotions, a combined processional and some creative surprising performances..

Additionally gay weddings are getting more and more legalized and recognized by the society – which is a great advantage when looking for a celebrant, legalization papers, personalized decoration items..

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In spite of this, some couples are struggling with what traditions to keep and what to ditch when planning their own wedding. Let’s start by examining some of them.

 

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The first dilemma usually is: what should we wear? Without any doubt, a same–sex weddings is a great opportunity to break away from traditional wedding apparel. Some couples prefer traditional clothing, and others prefer to have a theme. Choose what you’ve always dreamed to wear, what better reflects your style and makes you feel at your bests.

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On the last few years it became a gay wedding ritual to great the guests with sparkling wine and cocktails before the wedding ceremony. This can last for 5-30 minutes before the ceremony begins and sets the tone of something a little bit different but definitely celebratory and fun.

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Your ceremony itself is a binding ritual so make it truly personal. Start with Buy Tramadol the basic outline of a traditional wedding and personalize it from there:  a pretty and theatrical combined entrance, readings/joining rituals, the final kiss..

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Who should go first depends on you, you can choose to walk with your father or why not – both parents. The tradition wants the groom waiting for the bride at the altar.. so you can either decide to choose your role or play with the logistic of the entrance in different ways. You can get into the alley from parallel aisles, simply and beautifully together, or walking in from the side aisles at the same time toward the centre of the alley – then, walk together to the altar holding hands… Just keep in mind to have a photographer assistant if you choose to walk separately!

 

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Another detail to consider is your wedding party: traditionally, the maid of honor and best man are “witnesses” — they sign the legal marriage document, along with you two and your celebrant. So, if you want your closest friends at your side during the ceremony just ask them!

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Then there are other straight traditions like ring exchange, toasts, first dance, father-daughter dance, cake cutting, bouquet toss, the rule of don’t see you partner before the wedding and don’t sleep together the night before etc. These rules can be interpreted and personalized any way you want – it’s your wedding and your expression of your relationship.

I wouldn’t miss at all some of them, like to have touching toasts, the first dance between you two with some creative musical choice ( maybe involving your closest friends to help out with this performance) , the tradition of stay away the night before..

My personal advice is just choose some to follow and make it fun and personal by adding some fun and interactive elements like photo booth, fun couple activities, some dance performance, caricature artist etc..

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The only true limits are your imagination and personal taste. Be yourselves, and follow your heart on each step of this new love story.

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Published on January 10, 2014 | By Elisa | 0 comments

Wedding illustrations

We are back from holidays and today we would like to start the year with a new colored post – an article about the use of creative illustrations at weddings! Frequently we see that illustrations are not that much used; but in our opinion are a fair and pleasurable options that can produce special and unique details. Illustrations are creative, detail oriented, and they add a high degree of personalization if done with meaningful touch. So let’s add some color and fun!

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There are plenty of ideas in which you can employ them: having illustrated “do you want to be my bridesmaid” invitations, “save the date”, welcome bags, menus and table décor, as wedding day plan, as backdrop at your ceremony, as front bar décor or cocktails board, having an illustrated panel or wallpaper behind your photo booth corner.. I really like the idea of use them not only as gifts and invites, but as decorative elements. The color palette and style should recall your wedding theme and decor – but… why not – you can be orginal and do something unexpected with the invitation and then choose a totally different wedding style..

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You can get an artist to do them or another option is also to ask to your photographer to use an “illustration style” and design some creative images. You can reuse those photograms as illustration pattern for invites and other details or have some creative photos that will make your wedding album a bit more original.

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Illustrate your story. Be original. Don’t follow what is trendy now for the market – but follow the dream of how your wedding should be. Make it special and extremely personable – even with simple illustrations you can make it spectacular!

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Published on December 19, 2013 | By Elisa | 0 comments

The wedding planner attire

Today we would love to provide some practical and useful tips on what a wedding planner should wear on the wedding day whith a focus on some details to be considered when working in Italy.

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The idea is to wear something that makes you feel absolutely comfortable without sacrifice a your fine style.  You will start early in the morning and finishing after the last dance.. so both for the set up and the event itself you should focus on smart attire combinations in order to be trendy but fist – very at ease.

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The set up will involve a lot of activities and moving – you will have to shift things around, walk a lot, meet suppliers, deal with your clients.. Consequently you will need very comfortable clothes/shoes, cotton t- shirt, a pocket to keep scissors, pens and any item you always need handy..
Since we are working in Italy during the summer months you have also to consider that the temperature is hot with a very strong sun, some locations have constant breeze so you might not feel the sun burning your skin (.. but you will complain at night time when you should be focused on key parts of the wedding). Some practical and simple advices here are not to forget to bring a lot of water – you will be surprised by how much you will drink! – and to have a hat to shade from hgh strength the sun – this will help you in avoid an unnecessary headache.

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Then have handy a “wedding planner kit” with some needle and thread, plasters, headache pills, sunblock cream, ribbons and other decorative item you always use..

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For the night opt for a more formal and professional dress that matches with the event’s theme and colors. Be different and creative but remember always to keep in mind that you need something “practical”: you will still have to move some details around, stand till late, and you will not have that much time to get ready – so opt also for something easy to put on. Use flat shoes as well ( rain booths if rains are a must), a nice small bag where you can fit your phone, pens. events spreadsheets etc.

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Being a wedding planner is like being a movie producer – you have the plot, the acts, the actors, a beautiful scenery.. and you need to direct this new love story at your very best. Enjoy what you do, feel comfy on your outfit, keep your taste “out there” and reflect your style with small details also when wearing something informal.

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Published on December 9, 2013 | By Elisa | 0 comments

Eco wedding chic ideas

Ecological weddings are getting more and more popular since our society became exceptionally sensible about the awful impacts that some choices can have on the environment. The good news here is that to overcome those problems we have available plenty of pretty eco friendly solutions for your wedding décor and planning. “Going green” means a lot of things, between them: re-use item you already have, decide on re-cycled materials, opt for km zero solutions, go for seasonal and local, decrease the event’s impact on the planet and of course avoid to waste. To follow, I’ve considered  some key ecological features.

This problem should be seen as a seed of opportunity to be more creative and original with results. There are many ways to do it without sacrificing style or elegance!

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1 The Re- use

Costs add up so quickly when you’re planning your big day. The good news, though, is that you don’t have to purchase brand new items for every single aspect.  By adding repurposed décor you will help the environment by reducing the amount of waste generated; in fact, if you take a look around your home, your wedding planner list of material to hire, stores and flea markets, you’ll be surprised at what you can repurpose into wedding décor with a some creativity!

Re using means to employ recycled stones and metals, as well as ethically sourced diamonds, gems and metals to create unique jewelry, handmade gowns or precious pieces used by your mom to incorporate into your wedding dress, family vintage  pieces, or handmade items are also sustainable options to consider as decorative items.. This will add a unique touch of originality as well as being a green choice. The reality is that you will need plenty of details that you might already have or that you will better hire if you won’t need them after the celebration.

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2 Recycled Materials

Invitations, RSVP cards, seating programs, menus, seating cards, thank you notes, and more can be done with recycled materials. Today the industry offers beautiful and elegant options to reduce resource consumption. Another solution is to go digital: instead of including separate papers for reception cards and maps and directions to the wedding, house all pertinent information on a wedding website.

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3 Go Local

No matter what your budget or theme, putting a little extra thought into both ceremony and reception decor will reduce one-time-use items. Something as simple as reusing ceremony floral arrangements at your reception will eliminate the need to purchase as many flowers. Using your location and the season for inspiration will provide you with a number of natural, cost-saving decor ideas such as collecting shells from a nearby beach for a summer celebration, using local fruit and veggies as decoration for your table, opt for favors produced in the area where you will held your wedding..

A lot of times we ask for flowers that are imported because out of season – and so they are sprayed with pesticides.. Using local, seasonal and organic flowers, lowers fuel consumption and is often less costly than ordering exotic species, which must be shipped. Plus another “green idea” is to have succulents or seeds that can be replanted afterwards as favor idea or complementing your bouquet and table décor.

The same when talking about the food. No matter how you choose to design your menu, using in-season local and/or organic foods will decrease the carbon footprint of your meal while supporting the local economy. When available, providing wine, beer, and other beverages made in the area adds some local flavor.

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Then we could talk about transport, honeymoon, gifts, photos… but the meaning here is that every green choice, even if small, makes a big difference. Get inspired by nature, don-t waste her simple beauty. Because the more tuned in you are to the mind of nature, the more you have access to its infinite, unbounded creativity.

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Published on November 21, 2013 | By Elisa | 0 comments

The wedding getting ready process: what to wear, outfit ideas

On our last post we spoke about how significant are photos to us.. that’s why today I would like to highlight the importance of choosing a proper outfit to wear during the getting ready part of your wedding day..

You wouldn’t think it would make that big of a difference what you and your girls wear while getting your hair & makeup done, but it really does. Your photographer will be around shooting heaps of pictures and focusing on pretty details and moments.. So, what are you going to wear? In the past, an old button-down shirt from your closet was the go-to, but, it is your wedding day and you should treat yourself, feeling luxurious and comfy in your pretty robe.

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Imagine looking back on your photos and seeing totally unmatched styles and colors, old unflattering clothes, stains or dirty shoes.. That’s why we really encourage all brides to invest in beautiful robes, and to involve your bridesmaids to do the same. Getting ready is one of the best parts of the wedding day, and those moments should give you the best possible photos!

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So first, plan what you and your bridesmaids will wear. Surf around few stores and find a beautiful outfit. Opt for robes: they are usually made of sumptuous fabrics, are handcrafted with femininity, and are perfect for wrapping around you while getting ready for the wedding. A vigrx plus wikipedia good elegant choice is to have lacy wraps for the bride and silk ones for the bridesmaids. Remember to choose a strappy dress for don’t mess up your do’s and to wear comfy flip flops or shoes.

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If instead you prefer a more informal look, choose personalized shirts or a zip-up hoodie, they are always good pick too!

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Then choose your wedding colors, or opt for each girls’ favorite one as a gift to them. The color palette will have a great impact on photos!

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Think also about the possibility of getting some personalized work on those outfits. Something funny, the names of your brides or better write down an adjective that describes their roles on your life… this little detail will make the difference in the end result of your wedding album. Plus, you can definitely re-use them!

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Last, remember to take few minutes to pose all together in your robes with hair and makeup done: this will be a special memory later on down the road, and you will never regret having too many photos once your day is over..

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