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Bachelor/Bachelorette parties are a great way for the future bride and groom to celebrate their last days as “single” and the beginning of the new chapter of their lives. These parties have changed a lot over the years. Here are some examples of the many ways you can choose to celebrate your party.

1. Destination Party

Plan a trip! Get away for the weekend and have an adventure. Las Vegas is the most popular spot for bachelor/bachelorette party trips. However, depending on the season and whether you want to relax or party, other ideas include San Diego, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Palm Springs, Lake Tahoe, Big Bear, etc. Some might choose to go out of state for example Miami, NY, Puerto Rico, Utah, Kentucky, etc. 

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Fall 2016 Bridal Fashion Week just wrapped up setting a romantic mood for the season! The designers presented collections that were sensual, feminine, refined, elegant, and most of all light and simple! A few months ago, we shared with you the 13 Bridal Fashion Trends for Spring 2016.  Many of the Spring trends continued to Fall but were redefined to better fit the Fall Bride.

Fall 2016 Bridal

Some of the major trends for Fall 2016 include floral appliques, lace, beading, embroidery, pearls, petals, bows, sheer and corset bodices. In addition, full skirts, cropped tops, plunging necklines, high neck bibs, off-the-shoulder, mid length dresses, and removable skirts dominated the runways. Designers incorporated dense beadwork with weightless tulle, organza, and chiffon fabrics or padding and boning with layers of tulle to achieve the simple and light theme for the collections.

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There are various myths about bridal parties that have set the rules and expectations for many brides when choosing their bridesmaids. Here are some of the myths and whether or not they still apply today. 

Bridal Party

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Myth #1: Everyone in my party needs to be single.

False. This is an old tradition that no longer applies. Members of your bridal party can be single, in a relationship, engaged, or even married. If they are a close friend or family member, then don’t hesitate to ask. Since the bridal party members tend to be apart from their guest/fiancé/spouse through the wedding, consider making it easier for them by somehow integrating their date. It's ok if their date is not a groomsman as long as you are considerate and try to accommodate them. For example, you can invite their dates to the pre-wedding celebration at the bride’s house, or consider having a bridal party table for the reception and include their significant other. 

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Often, we are inspired by TV or movie weddings! We fall in love with the characters, their story, the wedding dress, or other details that we relate to best. The bride, however, almost always leaves a lasting impression. Here are our top 10 favorite TV or Movie Brides.

1. Downton Abbey

We love everything about Lady Mary on her wedding day including her gown featuring rice pearls and Swarovski crystals, long vintage veil, flowers, and most of all her floral diamond tiara. 

Downton Abbey Wedding

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Although most weddings are held for just one day, they are remembered and celebrated for many years to come. Anniversaries are a sweet celebration for every couple reminding them of their shared love and memories. According to tradition, beginning from a couple's first anniversary to their 60th, each year has a specific gift. We did our research and here is the list of anniversary gifts by year.

1st: Paper

Suggestions: Personalized poem or letter, handmade item, book or note book, photo print, personalized anniversary journal, his or her favorite coffee table book, paper jewelry, paper bag, or any other items made out of paper. 

Paper Anniversary Gift

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