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Do you ever wish you were able to capture every detail of your proposal on camera?

Proposals are once in a lifetime events that embark a new chapter in a couple’s life. The reactions and emotions during a proposal are priceless and special and should be captured. However, with all the stress of planning, the surprise of the proposal and the overload of emotions, photos are often forgotten until after the proposal. 


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You may spend months picking out the perfect wedding invitation design, but when it comes down to it, design isn’t enough. Your invitations also need to be polite and informative; they have to say the right thing in the right way, using only a few lines. Deciding how to word your invitations is tricky and, as always, Harsanik is here to help.

Traditionally, an American wedding invitation must include ten key lines:

  • Who is hosting, be it the bride’s parents, the grooms, or both. i.e. Mr. and Mrs. So-and-So

  • The request line, most commonly “request the honor of your presence"

  • The relationship of the hosts to the bride, groom, or both: “at the marriage of their daughter,” “their son and daughter", or "their children"

  • The name of the bride, first only, and middle if applicable (This may vary, usually if bride and groom are hosting, last name included)

  • The name of the groom, again, first and middle only (This may vary, usually if bride and groom or bride's parents are hosting, include full name and last name)

  • The day of the week, day, and month of the wedding

  • Time of wedding. Be sure to include the time of day, i.e. morning, afternoon, or evening. 

  • Name of the wedding venue

  • Venue’s address

  • And, finally, reception information. If the reception is in the same location as the ceremony, a simple “reception to follow” is sufficient. If not, you will need to include the name and address of the reception venue as well.

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Choosing your wedding registry and selecting the items for your future home is one of the most exciting aspects of wedding planning. When choosing your place and products, or exploring other gift options, you want to keep in mind your needs, your style and of course your guests! Avoid choosing at random or selecting a place that doesn't complement your taste because last thing you want is to have to return or exchange a bunch of gifts right after your honeymoon. Here are 11 options for wedding registry places to help you find yours. 

1. Macy's

Macy’s Bridal registry is one of the most popular. We love the registry guide and the quiz to help you find items in your style! Besides all the amazing specials, the registry includes bed & bath, dining & entertaining, cleaning & organizing, Home décor, kitchen, and luggage.

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