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WEDDING DAY PREPARATION CHECKLIST

From the morning of the wedding, there are always activities, appointments, celebrations, even unexpected events and time changes that occur. Therefore, in order to feel calm,, organized and avoid forgetting important things, it is important for every bride and groom to plan ahead and eliminate any last minute tasks on the day of their wedding. We've featured a checklist for you to utilize prior to your big day.

1. Wedding Day Emergency Kit:

Pack a wedding day emergency kit! This should include bobby pins, hair pins, band aids, hair spray, gel, baby wipes, stain remover, double sided tape, hemming tape, tissues, and touch up makeup.

Bridal Emergency Kit

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A MOVIE THEATRE PROPOSAL

You may be wondering why we are sharing this proposal video. Well, as it happens, Liam proposed to Amy last November and the couple are getting married this month! We recently came across their amazing theatre proposal video on BuzzFeed and knew we had to share with you. Liam and Amy had been together for 6 years when Liam decided to propose. Liam prepared a short music video to the song "Rude" by Magic! and premiered it in the beginning of a screening in a local theater. He told Amy he had to go to the bathroom before the movie started to stage the proposal. He even invited about 50 people to join them as he proposed to join them in celebrating their engagement! 

 

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VENDOR SPOTLIGHT: EXCLUSIVELY AT COMMERCE

Wedding planning is one of the most exciting times for every bride and groom as they plan the beginning of a new chapter in their lives. However, the process can also be overwhelming and frustrating at times due to the numerous options for vendors and budgeting. Exclusively at Commerce recognizes this and provides couples with a one stop shop for their entire event planning needs.

Table Set up by Exclusively at Commerce

Exclusively at Commerce provides a fully personalized event planning experience. The company provides packages that include everything from the venue, hotel room, flowers, cake, invitations, photography, party bus, photo booth, lighting, and much, much more! Through years of experience in the event planning industry and relationships with experienced vendors, Exclusively at Commerce negotiates great savings to help plan your special day within budget. This means you don’t have to sacrifice quality for affordability to plan your fairytale wedding.

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10 IDEAS FOR BACHELOR AND BACHELORETTE PARTIES

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

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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