Today’s classical wedding dresses became popular only in the 19th century, thanks to Queen Victoria. She was the first woman to wear a white bridal gown. Before her, women would choose a traditional garment or a dress that fit the fashions of the day. Now it’s rare to find a wedding dress that isn’t white. However, in some cultures, especially in Asia and Africa, the young couples still prefer traditional wedding attire. Here are some photos of brides and grooms wearing traditional clothing for their wedding ceremony. They look amazing, don’t they? ...Read More
Author: Paul Aj Pelletier
My Alice in Wonderland Wedding is… 3 Months away and it’s starting to get exciting; even my Dad is starting to be. The last 4 months Kyle and I have both been working non-stop. Not too much has happened on the wedding planning front as it is the in-between period of starting the planning and tying up loose ends. In the past months however, we have booked our DJ, cake and florals and catering. We also just finished our 6-week marriage prep course that is required by the Catholic Church to be married in it. All the boys have...Read More
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ST. PATRICKS DAY A customer hosting a St. Patricks’ Day Party called today asking what shades of green are best for St. Patricks day and what and tablecloth fabrics options we had in those colors. There are four green hues associated with Saint Patrick’s Day. EMERALD GREEN Ireland is nicknamed the Emerald Isle for its lush, green vegetation. Emerald green is a light, slightly bluish green also known as Paris green, parrot green and Vienna green. KELLY GREEN A bright sap green, kelly green is associated with nature and with the surname Kelly (a popular name in Ireland). It’s more yellowish...Read More
St Patrick’s Day… is a global celebration of Irish culture on or around March 17. It particularly remembers St Patrick, one of Ireland’s patron saints, who ministered Christianity in Ireland during the fifth century. Happy people dressed in green on the street. St Patrick’s Day is celebrated in countries with people of Irish decent. What Do People Do? St Patrick’s Day is celebrated in many parts of the world, especially by Irish communities and organisations. Many people wear an item of green clothing on the day. Parties featuring Irish food and drinks that are dyed in green food colour...Read More
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