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The Cheap Weddings E-zine, Issue #006
May 15, 2004
The Cheap Weddings E-zine will bring you more ideas for cheap wedding invitations, gowns, cakes and more.

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Table of Contents

- New Ideas

- Q&A

-What's Hot and Not



New Ideas

Pink or yellow diamonds are the new trend. But if you can't afford these bobbles look into the new man made diamonds. They are undetectable by experts and a lot cheaper. Or set your own trend and wear semi precious stones like topaz or pink cubic zirconia or zircon. They are beautiful and cheap!!!


Dear Cheap-Chic-Weddings,

My father is giving me away at my wedding but my step father will be there too. What is the appropriate attire for my step dad to wear?



Dear Donna,

If your stepdad is participating in the ceremony in any way he should dress similarly to the wedding party (ie: tux) If not, and he is just a guest, then he should dress as the other guests. (ie: suit)

What's Hot And Not


1. Eyebrow shaping- it's a face lift for a lot less

2. Nine West bridal shoes

3. Having your pet as part of your ceremony


1. Harsh makeup- keep it soft

2. Big tall centerpieces at the reception- try low sprawling table and elegant

3. Fancy food...when you really love burgers and fries or fried what you love


Cheap Chic Weddings loves dried flower bouquets. They look fresh and alive but keep for years to come. We found a source online at They specialize in creating bouquets with already preserved flowers that are soft to the touch and look 100% natural. Plus they have free shipping. You can keep your flowers forever!


From this day forward You shall not walk alone My heart will be your shelter and my arms will be your home

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