The New-Fashioned Wedding

Designing Your Artful, Modern, Crafty, Textured, Sophisticated Celebration

Author: Paige Appel

Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications

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Category: Reference

Page: 224

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A fresh, modern take on wedding design perfect for today's bride. Paige Appel and Kelly Harris started designing weddings in 2009, and their work immediately resonated with young brides and grooms: weddings in fields, art galleries, refurbished warehouses, vineyards, hip hotels, or farmhouses. Weddings that featured Mimolette and Mexican beer; fireside chats; succulents and wildflowers; funny jokes; farm-to-table dinners; recycling; offbeat photography; desert heat or mountain snow; salty cookies; pots of paint and confetti cannons. People, Real Simple, Daily Candy, and Design Sponge are just a few of the publications that responded to their addictive mix of old and new, vintage and modern. In this, their first book, Appel and Harris share ideas from the weddings they have designed, such as celebrations at a Palos Verdes farm (Red Hot Juleps, wildflowers galore, a mouthwatering "Sweets Stable") and The Ace Hotel in Palm Springs (a bourbon-soaked retro cocktail hour, colossal balloons, and a marching band), all photographed here in detail. With their trademark wit, they walk the reader through planning their event, from vision statement and storyboard to color palette, stationery, signs and logos, centerpieces and bouquets, furnishings, linens, china and silver, aisle decor, menus, and more, providing hundreds of inspirational ideas in the process.

Modern Wedding

Creating a Celebration That Looks and Feels Like You

Author: Kelsey McKinnon

Publisher: Artisan Books

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page: 368

View: 611

The secret to planning a deeply personal and meaningful wedding has nothing to do with budget. It’s about creating a celebration that reflects a couple’s core values. Translating those values is the work of Modern Wedding, an information-filled guide with hundreds of creative ideas and beautiful, inspiring photographs for readers to look at and say, “This feels like us.” The book unpacks every element of a wedding—stationery, attire, seating plans, flowers and tablescapes, food and drink, gifts—with examples that will appeal to couples who care about how things are made but are not overly influenced by trends. The emphasis is on natural surroundings, seasonal flowers and food, modern dresses, minimalist ceremony structures, and naked cakes. Photographs of real weddings—“case studies” like a destination fete in Tuscany, a house party in Brooklyn, and a New Agey revel in Kauai—show how all the pieces can come together into a unique and expressive whole. Extensive practical information and resources give readers access to all the help they need for their own unique celebration.

The New-fashioned Parent

How to Make Your Family Style Work

Author: Eleanor Berman

Publisher: Prentice Hall

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Category: Child rearing

Page: 138

View: 513

The New Book of Wedding Etiquette

How to Combine the Best Traditions with Today's Flair

Author: Kim Shaw

Publisher: Three Rivers Press

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page: 312

View: 675

Modern-Day Weddings with Grace and Style Wedding ceremonies are still about love and romance, a special moment that creates a beautiful and everlasting union. But not everything related to weddings stays the same over the years. Etiquette evolves, rules change. And who can keep up with all of today's complicated family issues? With the help of this book, you can stay on top of it all and learn how to combine timeless wedding traditions with the latest trends and social styles. Inside, you'll discover the secrets of having a beautiful, contemporary event full of fabulous elegance while at the same time satisfying the varied needs of friends and family. Included are etiquette tips and hints for every step of the planning process and answers to today's trickiest wedding situations, including: ·How to handle unique family situations ·Who pays for each aspect of the wedding ·When the bride has a best man and the groom has a maid of honor ·And much, much more! You'll also find answers to frequently asked questions, do's & don'ts, and personal reflections, plus ideas for traditional and nontraditional weddings. This modern-day etiquette companion is the perfect wedding-planning partner. Now, you can relax and enjoy preparing for your special day! "An outstanding resource for anyone planning a wedding! Shaw's advice is concise, on target, in good taste, and always full of dry humor." —Carolyn Shepard-Baehre, AIFD, president, Carolyn Shepard Design Group

The Gospel in Korea

Author: Frederick Scheibler Miller

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Missionary stories

Page: 183

View: 503

Documentary Archaeology in the New World

Author: Mary C. Beaudry

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 218

View: 331

It outlines a fresh approach to the archaeological study of the historic cultures of North America.

A New Home - Who'll Follow?

Easyread Comfort Edition

Author: Caroline M. Kirkland

Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 324

View: 800

"A New Home Who'll Follow or Glimpses of Western Life" was most famous novel in early nineteenth-century. It is a true story based on the authors's personal experiences in an unsettled village. The protagonist, Mary Clavers, describes mud holes, drunken husbands, local politics, and Victorian values in witty and ironic style. Absorbing!