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Brides and Brides-To-Be: Buy, Sell and Trade Used Wedding Items

Bride to Bride Boutique is a new website catering to upcoming and past brides. “Your wedding day came and went, now get back the money you spent” reads their tagline.

The auction-like site currently has listings for beautiful wedding dresses, some designer, starting at just $200. Many listings are willing to take offers, and there are even never-worn dresses. The dress shown here is a never-worn Alfred Angelo dress currently being sold for $250 out of Columbus, and the bride is willing to schedule a try-on!

Other categories include jewelry, attendant gifts, favors, flower girl dresses, decorations, and even unwanted wedding gifts.

Visit Bride to Bride Boutique to see the deals or sell your own “wedding whatever!”

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Planning your wedding & like to write? Become a featured blogger!

On 03, Jun 2009 | 2 Comments | In Wedding & Event Planning, Wedding Details | By Leigh

BridalBuds.com, a new online wedding planning community, is looking for engaged brides-to-be to become featured bloggers at the site. Share your experiences with others, post tips, and help others learn from your mistakes.

Visit BridalBuds to download the application!

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Cleveland Cavaliers’ Arena Host Ahmaad Crump MC’s wedding with DJ Scott Jones

Last month, DJ Scott Jones had the privilege of working a really fun wedding thanks to a creative bride.

Cleveland couple Mary King and her groom Andrew Rothacker, are huge Cavs fans. (No surprise there.) They wanted to do the Cavs’ style grand entrance that is becoming popular at Ohio weddings.

But Mary had a great idea, and went one step further. Not only would her bridal party run in to the reception to Young Jeezy’s “Put On” and Kevin Rudolf’s “Let It Rock,” they would do it while the real, live voice of the Cavs, Ahmaad Crump, announced their names. And, she completely surprised her groom in pulling it off!

“It was amazing and it electrified the entire reception,” said DJ Scott Jones, who was also hired by the smart bride. “Ahmaad was a stellar guest MC and he really helped kick off the party.”

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Father-Daughter Wedding Song Suggestions

On 13, Mar 2009 | 15 Comments | In Wedding & Event Planning, Wedding Details | By Leigh

We put together a list for a meeting with a bride yesterday, so I thought I’d refine it and post it. I’d been meaning to do such a post for a while anyway. I made a point to leave out some of the songs that you’ve seen on all the other lists and tried to include some more obscure choices.

Because You Loved Me – Celine Dion
Can You Feel the Love Tonight – Elton John
Daddy’s Little Girl – Michael Bolton
Do I Make You Proud – Taylor Hicks
Father and Daughter – Paul Simon
Gracie – Ben Folds
Have I Told You Lately – Rod Stewart/Van Morrison
Hero – Mariah Carey
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You) – James Taylor
I’ll Stand By You – Pretenders/Carrie Underwood
In My Life – John Lennon
Isn’t She Lovely – Stevie Wonder
Landslide – Fleetwood Mac
Lullabye – Billy Joel
My Father’s Eyes – Amy Grant
My Girl – The Temptations
Sweet Child ‘O Mine – Guns N Roses or a nice Cheryl Crow version
The Rainbow Connection – Kermit the Frog
Take Good Care of My Baby – Bobby Vee, Beatles
Teach Your Children – Crosby Stills & Nash
That’s How Strong My Love Is – Otis Redding
Through the Years – Kenny Rogers
To Sir With Love – Lulu
Unforgettable – Natalie Cole & Nat King Cole
You Are so Beautiful – Joe Cocker
You Decorated My Life – Kenny Rogers
You Got It – Roy Orbison
You’ve Got a Friend – James Taylor

 

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Would You Wear White to Someone Else’s Wedding?

On 28, Feb 2009 | No Comments | In Wedding Details | By Leigh

There’s an interesting poll going on at another wedding blog: Should you wear white to someone else’s wedding?

I always thought it was a given that white was strictly reserved for the bride and would never wear it myself, unless it was part of a theme requested by the bride. The photographer of the photo to the right feels the same (click to view photographer’s comments).

And what about black? As a musician, we all wear formal black which is fine, but as a wedding guest I wouldn’t personally wear black either; weddings should be optimistic!

What do you think? Would you wear white as a guest, or if you’re a bride would you mind?

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