>> June 8, 2010
Don't Hide Behind your Hair
When deciding how to wear your hair for your wedding, keep in mind that if you have long hair, it can tend to hide your face and the neckline and shoulders of your dress. Pulling at least the sides back or up will bring your face back into focus and let everyone see the beautiful dress you spent so much time choosing!
Two Dos in One
If you´re going to remove your veil or headpiece after the wedding ceremony, make sure your hairstylist takes this into consideration when she´s doing your hair---you don´t want your style to become messed up when you make the transition.
If you have a very short hairstyle, be sure you don´t get your hair cut too far in advance of the wedding. Short hairstyles tend to grow out fairly quickly and you want to make sure your style looks like you want it to and not ´grown-out.´
Hold That Hair
If you´re wearing an updo or other kind of complicated style, consider consider keeping a small trial-size bottle of hair spray with you (or with your maid of honor or another bridesmaid).
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>> June 7, 2010
This past weekend I attended a baby shower for one of my best friends who is expecting her first! Her mom and cousin threw it and they played a game I had never heard of so I wanted to share it with you.
They took a bunch of pairs of baby socks, mostly all pink - made it very confusing. They mixed up the socks in the bin and then went around the room and gave each person the bin of socks. They then set a timer for 30 seconds and you had to see how many pairs of socks you could match up in the time period. It was really fun to see everyone try it and 2 people won by matching 12 pairs!
This is a great alternative to doing the same old games at very shower.
>> June 4, 2010
>> June 2, 2010
I love the idea of making your own Crossword Puzzles! They can be used for birthdays, bridal showers, at your reception to keep your guests busy, or brunches for Mothers/Fathers Day.