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Showing posts from July, 2014

Wedding Video Sneak Peek

Give your family and friends a sneak peek into your Wedding Day! One of our favorite VW contributors, , offers next day wedding video sneak peeks! That’s pretty remarkable considering brides can wait six weeks to a year to receive their wedding videos. The professional videographers and editors at EuroStarProductions capture the highlights of your very special day and are able to deliver a special video preview in the form of a movie trailer that will leave you wanting more! They post your wedding sneak peek on YouTube next day so you can share it with your family, friends, coworkers, and anyone else who wasn’t able to attend. We love it! You can see more samples of Wedding Sneak Peeks on their Vimeo Channel and YouTube Playlist .

Something Old, New, Borrowed, and Blue

This well-known saying is an old English rhyme most sources trace back to the late 1800’s. In its complete form the rhyme reads: Something Olde, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, and a silver Sixpence in her Shoe. Since the Victorian Era, brides have continued in the custom of incorporating at least the first four items listed in this poem for good luck in their marriage. Often, these items would be contributed by the bride’s family and attendants before the wedding. The “Something Old” represents the continuity of the bride’s past, the link to her ancestors, and her movement into the future. A common object used to symbolize the link to the bride’s family is an heirloom piece of jewelry.  “Something New” represents the hope for a bright future and the new life a bride and groom will share together. Usually, the bride’s dress fulfills this element of good luck.  A few explanations exist for the  “Something Borrowed” item in this tradition. The inclusion of