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How to Make Your Own Corsages

Once the wedding and honeymoon is over, there will be one more thing that will be on your mind:

"What's for Dinner?"  You will wish you had spent a little more time preparing in that area. Start watching the FOOD NETWORK  (in particular, Rachel Ray' 30 Minute meals, Sandra Lee's Semi-Homemade, and Paula Deen) for all kinds of culinary tips.  Get recipes from their website:


Click on the 3-Ingredient tab on the tool bar for a quick and easy meal!

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Bride's Tips:

I.  How to find a wedding planner:                

     1.  I asked the best florist in town to recommend one. (It worked great!)  I figured that they work with lots of planners and they would know who is good and who is not.

      2.  I got the same wedding planner a friend of mine had.  Her wedding was perfect so I asked her the name of her planner.  Mine was totally different, but still amazing.

     3. I knew where I wanted my reception and they gave me the names of three planners to choose from.  I talked to all three and picked the one I felt the most comfortable with.

If you had it to do over again, what would you change?

     1.  I wouldn't have bothered with favors.  Hardly anyone took them.  I had LOTS left over and didn't know what to do with them.

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