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2015 Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest Announcement!
June 02, 2015
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Table of Contents- Extra Extra
- Let's Get Social
- Money Saving Tip
- New Ideas
-Love It! Hate It!
EXTRA EXTRAThe Top 10 finalists for The World Famous 2015 Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest Presented by Cheap Chic Weddings and Charmin have been chosen!
The live finale is on June 17, 2015 at Kleinfeld Bridal in New York City. And, the finalists will be competing for a Grand Prize of $10,000! The 2nd Place winner will receive $5,000...and our 3rd Place winner will receive $2500!
Watch the event live! Download the Periscope App on your iPhone or Android, and follow us @cheapchicweds! Visit Periscope.com for more info.
The host of "Mikie Saves the Date" on FYI Network, Event Planner Michael Russo is this years celebrity judge, and Mara Urshel, co-owner of Kleinfeld Bridal, will be joining us as a V.I.P. judge!
It gets better! Kleinfeld Bridal will create a wearable dress inspired by the Grand Prize winner of the 2015 Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest presented by Cheap Chic Weddings and Charmin!
Make sure to visit TP Wedding Dress Contest 2015 to see the top 10 finalists and their amazing creations! While you're there, vote for your favorite dress (once a day) until voting is closed!
Congratulations Top 10, best of luck to you all!
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And in Case You Missed ItExciting News...We are now featuring YOUR stories, photos and ideas on Cheap Chic Weddings.com! With the help of Content 2.0 you can share your best, worst, funniest, craziest, coolest wedding tips, concepts, thoughts or whatever.
You'll see invitations to submit on just about all of our pages. But for now you can go to:
Check them out and look for more...
Money Saving Tips*Make your own postcards for your Save-The-Date Cards. Look online for sites that offer free or cheap templates.
*Host a BBQ (weather permitting) for your rehearsal dinner. Whether you cook it yourself or have it catered, you'll save money, and give everyone a chance to relax the night before the big day.
*Use buttercream frosting on your wedding cake, instead of fondant. It's better tasting, plus you'll save a ton!
Beautiful buttercream frosted cake pictured below, decorated with fresh flowers. (Photo credit; Anais Stoelen Photography)
New IdeasSeen at Bridal Fashion Week for Spring 2016...
Floral Prints, Feathers, Layers of Lace, Color, Victorian, and Suits! Get inspiration from your favorite fashion designer when choosing your wedding gown or suit!
Q&ADear Sue and Laura,
What is the best way to address a wedding gift check?
Unless the couple has a joint bank account, we suggest that you make the check payable to either the bride or the groom. You could also make the check payable to cash.
Hope this helps!
Regards, Susan and Laura
Love It! Hate It!Love It!:
Mismatched Bridesmaids Dresses! You attendants will most likely be different sizes, shapes, and even ages. Let them pick out what fits them the best!
Although nice looking, Tungsten and Titanium Wedding Bands are not good if ever you need your ring re-sized! They're almost impossible to work on.
Better choice; Gold, Silver or Platinum. They will also hold their value.
ReviewsWe love Blueprint Registry! Sign up for free, set up a blueprint...friends and family can then order products (from many great retailers) that you've added to your blueprint!
Friends and family can also give cash gifts, and gift in a group. It's worth checking out!
Inspiration"The Greatest Thing You'll Ever Learn Is Just to Love and Be Loved in Return." ~ Moulin Rouge
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