What Should You Do If You Spot an Error on Your Wedding Paper Goods After They’ve Been Printed?
Katherine Ann Rose
Whether you worked on the design for your wedding-related paper goods—including the save-the-date, invitation, ceremony programs, signage, escort cards, and dinner menu—for five days or five weeks, there’s something undeniably exciting about the day they finally arrive in your possession. Sure, looking at the proofs gives you a good idea about what the final design will look like, but there’s nothing quite like holding the tangible pieces in your hands. That’s why unboxing your paper goods and spotting a big, ugly typo you never caught in the proofing process is so upsetting. And while it’s unlikely, especially because the majority of stationers insist on a multi-step proofing process (during which you’ll check and double-check that the information and spelling on each piece of paper is correct), mistakes do occur from time to time. According to Britt Rohr of Swell Press, “It’s the worst case, but it has
Watch 6 Photographers Try to Identify 1 Imposter
With the game Among Us going viral these days, photographer Jessica Kobeissi decided to set up her own kind of secret identity game with social deduction: he invited 6 photographers and 1 imposter to have an online chat to see if the photographers could identify the faker.
You can watch how the game unfolded in the 31-minute video above.
“I thought it would be a fun spin to do it with a bunch of photographers and one impostor — who is pretending to be a photographer!” Kobeissi tells PetaPixel. “Their job is to guess who is not the real photographer. It’s like a giant game of Find the Mole.”
The players in Kobeissi’s game were put in an online chat with fake names and were asked to discuss their answers to a series of questions. For example, Round One had the players answer “How long have you been doing photography?”
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What Is a Mantilla Wedding Veil?
While most veils are simply a fashion statement, mantilla veils are full of rich history and are traditionally rooted in romance-language cultures. Spanish, Latin, and even Italian brides have been wearing this look on their wedding day for hundreds of years. The veil’s elaborate elegance transcends the passing of time and looks as stunning in ceremonies today as it did centuries ago.
What Is a Mantilla Wedding Veil?
A mantilla wedding veil is a timeless, sophisticated finishing touch to a bride’s perfect wedding day look. The Spanish-style circular veil features a thick lace trim along the edge and intricate embellishments cascading down the front, framing the bride’s face.
“Mantilla wedding veils are circular veils with a lace trim around the entire edge, typically with a scalloped lace,” explains event planner Jose Rolón. “They are a popular style for cathedral length veils, but can also be shorter blusher or chapel lengths.”
The world’s first online service booking for event management and wedding planning is here
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], October 6 (ANI.NewsVoir): EventTow, the one-stop Android application and website for event management and wedding planning, announced its launch today. With a sharp vision of solving age-old problems of event planning through AI, the company is targeting to change the way people plan their events and weddings.
Using the EventTow app, customers can easily book all their events and wedding needs online. The EventTow app is the first attempt to provide customers seamless booking experience through transparent availability for venues/artists/DJs/makeup artists/salon services/birthdays/caterers, etc. at the best prices. Now, from the comfort of their homes, users can book vendors for different events as easily as they buy products online.
For vendors, EventTow offers year-round opportunities and a superior reach to millennials for events in all categories – from big fat weddings to corporate parties.
EventTow also provides concierge services and helps the customers and corporates to make
Jennifer Lopez’s Daughter, Emme, Will Sing at Her Mom’s Wedding Ceremony (& She’s Already Got a Song Choice in Mind)
It looks like Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez will have some amazing wedding entertainment on their special day.
Lopez’s daughter, Emme Maribel Muñiz, just teased that she’ll be singing at the wedding ceremony—and she’s already got a song in mind.
In her interview with E! Online, the 12-year-old revealed, “One song that I think I would sing is a song that connects me and her. But I’m also thinking of a song that would connect her and Alex.”
Although Emme has yet to make her final choice, she revealed that there’s one song at the top of her list—and it’s all because of the role it played throughout her childhood. She explained, “One that connects me and her is ‘You Are My Sunshine.’ She sang that to me every day when I was little, when I was going to sleep.”
Considering Emme’s impressive pipes, the news that she’ll be
“The Crown” Gives Us Our First Look At Princess Diana In Her Magnificently Iconic Wedding Gown
As many fans wait for the release of the upcoming season of Netflix’s “The Crown”, we’ve been treated with a few teasing images of what we’ll see in November and the latest of which is a full image of what Princess Diana will look like with her iconic 1981 wedding gown on the show.
The image comes from the show’s official Instagram account where it shows actress Emma Corrin in her debut role as the late Princess Diana wearing her famous wedding dress in one of the big rooms inside the palace.
The caption of the picture reveals that the dress was made by Emmy award-winning costume designer Amy Roberts who instead of making a one-to-one replica of the actual dress, did her own interpretation while still saving the look of what made the original dress special and memorable.
“A first glimpse of Princess Diana’s wedding
What to Know If You’re Planning to Elope Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic, According to Wedding Industry Experts
Editor’s Note: Those who choose to travel are strongly encouraged to check local government restrictions, rules, and safety measures related to COVID-19 and take personal comfort levels and health conditions into consideration before departure.
If you had asked me a few years ago if I’d consider eloping, I would have raised an eyebrow in disapproval. While I love the intimate and romantic concept of escaping to say ‘I do,’ my favorite part of weddings has always been the people — the speeches, the dancing, and the events before the big day. But I couldn’t have predicted that 2020 would bring a global pandemic, rocking the wedding industry in its wake. And I also couldn’t have predicted that I would be newly engaged, weighing my options for a 2021 ceremony. Suddenly, eloping with my fiancé sounded much more exciting and alluring than ever
Piers Morgan claims he’s ‘still technically married’ to Paris Hilton after Vegas wedding
PIERS Morgan has claimed he is still married to socialite Paris Hilton following their 2009 Las Vegas wedding.
Piers, 55, got hitched to Paris, 39, as part of a TV show to prove how easy it is in the US city.
Piers’ co-host Susanna Reid was shocked to hear the news as they chatted to Perez Hilton on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday.
Piers then showed a clip of the moment they said “I do” in front of an Elvis impersonator – but insisted it wasn’t legally binding.
Explaining the incident, Piers said: “She’s still my wife technically. We got married in Vegas for a TV show. True story, there’s video of it.
“We had an Elvis lookalike, a Frank Sinatra lookalike, a Marilyn Monroe lookalike. She wore a beautiful bridal gown, brought