Whether you're a lucky fellow on the brink of proposing or an enamored girlfriend dreaming of the moment when he'll pop the question, it's never a bad thing to envision what your proposal will look like, is it?

Getting engaged to your significant other is one of the most important decisions you'll make. So we recommend you give the proposal a bit of thought since this will be one story that your bride-to-be will be sharing over and over...

Proposal Tips

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So you've talked to her friends and family, swearing them to secrecy, and have picked out the ring. You're almost there. However, you may be wondering where to even begin start piecing together "the moment"? One easy way to start is by thinking of it all as a moment in time, sort of like a still image. What would you want your picture to look like? We've put together a few tips for you to consider:

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There are many wedding traditions around the world. These traditions vary from culture to culture, nation to nation. Incorporating traditions or customs into your wedding, add meaning and history to your special day. In honor of St. Patrick's Day, we're sharing some of our favorite Irish wedding traditions.

1. Claddagh Ring:

The Claddagh ring is an old Irish tradition. The Claddagh ring is either passed down from one generation to the next or given by Irish men to their girlfriends. The ring represents love, friendship, and loyalties. Single girls wear the ring on their right hand with point of the heart facing the fingertip. When in a relationship, the ring is flipped to face the wrist, symbolizing that the heart has been captured and the lady is not available. When engaged to be married, the ring is switched to the left hand with the point of the heart facing the fingertip. Lastly, at the wedding the ring is flipped to face the wrist! This is similar to the Armenian tradition of wearing the engagement ring on the right hand and moving it to the left hand at the wedding.

Claddagh ring

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As we transition into a new season and spring forward, take a whiff around you—love is definitely in the air!

Romantic Weddings

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If you're planning your summer or fall nuptials and are brainstorming potential décor ideas, there's nothing easier or simpler to execute than the classic theme of "Romance." Your wedding day is already a celebration of love... why not amplify it and share the romantic vibes with your guests?

Check out the categories below to help you build your vision on the most romantic day of your life. We hope you love them as much as we do!

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Our venue, Metropol Banquet hall, similar to many other halls requires us to bring our own alcohol. Some may think that this is an easy task, but I can assure you that it isn't. First, there was deciding what type of alcohol we wanted. We knew we wanted vodka and whiskey, but didn't know if we wanted red or white wine, or both. We decided on red wine only.

Wedding Reception at Metropol Banquet Hall

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Flowers are one of the most important decorations at every wedding. Through flowers, you can create a specific look, theme, or even set the mood. Flowers add life and joy to every aspect of your special day. When thinking about flowers, the first piece that comes to mind are the centerpieces. But that's not all! We've featured 15 people and places at your wedding the need flowers! 

1. Ceremony flowers

Tic Tock Florals Wedding Ceremony

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Last weekend, Victor and I, celebrated a very special day, Trndez, with our families. Trndez or Candlemas Day is considered to be one of the most loved holidays among newly engaged couples and newlyweds. According to church rituals originating from Ancient Armenia, Christian Armenians create a bonfire which "resembles the Lord's light and warmth". Traditionally, newly engaged or newlyweds jump over the fire symbolizing joy and happiness. Trndez takes place on February 13th overlapping with Valentine's Day! 

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Your wedding cake topper helps complete your cake! Nowadays, there are many options instead of the traditional bride & groom topper. You can choose a unique topper to personalize your wedding cake, tell your story or complete your overall reception look. Here are some of our favorite ideas.

1. Words or Phrases: 

Your cake topper can be a word or phrase of your choice such as Love, Happily Ever After, Better Together, Forever, and more. 

Love Cake Topper

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As the old saying goes, "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder." The same could be said about wedding favors.

On one hand, your guests have dedicated their time and money to come celebrate you, and something that says "thank you" should be in order. But finding a creative way to do so is a challenge many couples find themselves facing during the wedding planning process.

Some of today's weddings are going beyond the traditional box of candy or chocolate in each place setting, leaving guests with a more fun, yummy or feel-good kiss goodnight. Here are a few ideas to consider:

Photo or GIF Booth

Give your guests a tangible and photographic reminder of the fun they had on your Big Day by providing a photo or GIF booth. It's a compact, easy gift (and an often wallet-friendly option for you) to leave your guests with. Bonus points: You can leave cutouts of your faces as props to add a more personal touch.

Treasured Photo & Video booth

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As I mentioned in my previous blogs, Serj and I wanted to be sure to include as many of our family members as possible in our wedding party. So to recap, Serj's brother, Christian, will be walking in their grandmother, and Jonathan, the youngest brother, will be walking in immediately before me, holding the "Here comes the bride" sign. My niece and nephew will be our flower girl and ring boy.

Here Comes The Bride Wedding Sign

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The fashion forward bride matches all her accessories according to her bridal look! Among those accessories is the bridal clutch. Most brides don't focus on their bag since the bridal bouquet becomes their main accessory on their wedding day. However, bridal clutches are important not only to carry the bride's necessities but to compete her outfit. Here are 15 clutches to match every Bride!

 1. Say "I Do" in style with this Charlotte Olympia clutch.

I do Bridal Clutch


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