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April 04, 2008
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Table of Contents- Extra Extra
- Money Saving Tip
- New Ideas
EXTRA EXTRAWe are gearing up for the Cheap Chic Weddings 2008 Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest! The contest will run from April 27 through June 2. So get your toilet paper ready and stay tuned for all of the details!
Best Of Luck!
Laura, Roxie and Sue
Money Saving tip* Consider cutting back on how many attendants you plan to have in the wedding party. You will save a ton on flowers and boutonnieres and gifts for the group too!
New IdeasRibbons ribbons everywhere. Ribbons are a great way to inexpensively dress up everything from plain reception chairs to a diy wedding cake. Use ribbons like a tablecloth to dress up the head table or all of your recpetion tables. Hang them like curtains to make a dull room simply gorgeous.
I have been hearing so much about wedding insurance lately. Should we buy it?
Great question. According to TheWeddingReport.com, the average U.S. wedding is going to cost more than $26,000 this year. Although, we here at Cheap Chic Weddings strive to help our readers having wedding for way less.
It might be a good idea. A basic wedding insurance policy that covers loss of photos, videos, attire, presents, rings, and deposits usually costs somewhere between $155 and $550, depending on the amount of coverage you want. General liability insurance, which covers up to $1,000,000 for accidents, costs approximately $185.
But before you actually buy wedding insurance, check with your each of your vendors to see how well they're covered -- your reception site or your caterer may already have their own insurance, so you don't want to pay for overlapping coverage yourself.
Be sure to find out the details of your insurance plan. Every insurance policy and every wedding scenario and budget are unique. Be sure to talk to your insurance agent -- and have them explain everything to you.
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Innovative thermal-sensitive technology that helps it stay put for 24 hours is easy to remove. Use fingertips to splash warm water (39º C/103º F, bath temperature is ideal) on lashes several times and press gently. Or, wet a cotton pad with warm water, press to eye, then wipe away.
How cool is that!
Inspiration"The real act of marriage takes place in the heart, not in the ballroom or church or synagogue. It's a choice you make / not just on your wedding day, but over and over again / and that choice is reflected in the way you treat your husband or wife."
~ Barbara De Angelis
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