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November 22, 2013

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n Pantone Fashion Color Report Spring 2014

Pantone Fashion Color Report Spring 2014

Mazelmoments.com - Pantone's Top 10 Colors for Spring 2014 for Women

Mazelmoments.com – Pantone’s Top 10 Colors for Spring 2014 for Women

flooks.net - 2014 Spring Top 10 Women's Color Report

flooks.net – 2014 Spring Top 10 Women’s Color Report

Pairings of these top ten colors are on both ends of the color palette.  On one end you have calm, romantic pastels, on the other spectrum you have bold, vibrant colors with couture confidence.

 

  • PANTONE 15-3920 Placid Blue
  • PANTONE 16-3823 Violet Tulip
  • PANTONE 15-6114 Hemlock
  • PANTONE 16-0000 Paloma
  • PANTONE 15-1225 Sand
  • PANTONE 14-0852 Freesia
  • PANTONE 18-1651 Cayenne
  • PANTONE 17-1360 Celosia Orange
  • PANTONE 18-3224 Radiant Orchid
  • PANTONE 18-3949 Dazzling Blue

 

Copyright 2013, Kim Horn, MBC™

 

To hire Kim as your wedding planner, call 480.921.7891 or text your name, wedding date, and wedding planner request to 602.418.9089.

 

Kim M. Horn, MBC™

Master Bridal Consultant | 1 of 61 in the World

Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Chandler, Phoenix and Destination Weddings

Publisher | Pres. | ArizonaBridalSource.com

AZ State Coordinator | Assoc. of Bridal Consultants May 2003 – May 2012

ABC 2010 Conference Chair worked with David Tutera

 

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August 22, 2013

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http://www.Oreasposa.com Trunk Show 9/6-9/8/2013 at Brides by Demetrios, Scottsdale, AZ

http://www.Oreasposa.com Trunk Show 9/6-9/8/2013 at DemetriosBrides.com, Scottsdale, AZ

You’re engaged to be married, have your gorgeous ring , and have an extensive wedding list a mile long of things to do, right!

One of the first items on the top of a bride’s wedding list is selecting a one-of-a-kind wedding dress!  Here are some wedding dress shopping tips for the wedding dress trunk shows.

DESIGNERhttp://www.Oreasposa.com

Exclusive trunk show to view the newest collections of wedding gowns.

What is a Wedding Dress Trunk Show?  It is a traveling collection of wedding dresses highlighting one particular wedding gown designer.  These exclusive wedding dresses travel from one bridal boutique to the next, normally staying at one location or area for a very limited time.  Gowns from their newest collection will be on display, and you may even get the chance to meet the designer in person!

Why should you attend a Wedding Dress Trunk Show?

1).  Preview wedding dresses from the designer BEFORE they are released to the public!   See, feel, and try on the latest wedding trends before they hit websites or are available to try on in stores (except for an exclusive trunk show).

2).  Find a one-of-a-kind wedding dress.  Wedding dress trunk shows offer brides one-of-a-kind dresses to stand out and be different which may be in your region or market for 1-3 days only.

3).  Extras and Promotions included with your designer wedding gown purchase for a limited time only.  With the Wedding Dress Trunk show, there will normally be promotions and extras which you may receive when you purchase during the trunk show.  Bridal boutiques may offer a discount for the gown, or offer a few extras such as a fabric change, extra buttons, additional fabric, veil, shoes, or other “perks” which are not offered in the bridal boutique on a day-to-day basis.

4).  You may get a chance to talk to the Wedding Dress Designer!  Designers are sometimes on site for wedding dress trunk shows.  Find out if you may make an appointment when you purchase your gown to meet the designer as an added bonus.

What should you do or know before attending a Wedding Dress Trunk Show?

1).  Do your homework to know what you love in a wedding gown.  Ask your bridal boutique associate to show you wedding gowns from the collection which fit your body type, match your style, and are within your budget.  You may have to increase your budget for the “gown” you want, and decrease a budget item elsewhere to get “the dress!”

2).  Call early to make an appointment with the bridal boutique so you reserve a time and day which works for your schedule.  With the dress collections being in town a limited time (normally 1 – 3 days), available appointment times are booked quickly.  Your time is valuable, and the last thing you want to do is wait in line as a “walk-in”!

3).  Wedding Dress Trunk Shows do not feature clearance or discounted gowns.  With limited time in your area, and the high demand for the designer gowns, you will need to purchase your gown in a short period of time.

UPCOMING TRUNK SHOWS

WHEN:  September 6 – 8, 2013

WHERE:  DemetriosBride.com, 4513 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 116, Scottsdale, Arizona  85251

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT:  Call 480.421.6699

DESIGNERhttp://www.Oreasposa.com  Exclusive trunk show to view the newest collections of wedding gowns.

PROMOTION:  Receive 15% off all trunk show merchandise during the trunk show.  This promotion cannot be combined with any other offer.  Prior purchases and quick-delivery gowns are excluded.

Copyright 2013, Kim Horn, MBC™

Hire Kim as your wedding planner, call 480.921.7891 or text your name, wedding date, and wedding planner request to 602.418.9089.

Kim M. Horn, MBC™

Master Bridal Consultant | 1 of 61 in the World

Scottsdale Wedding Planner | Paradise Valley Wedding Planner | Chandler Wedding Planner | Phoenix Wedding Planner | Destination Weddings

Publisher | Pres. | ArizonaBridalSource.com

AZ State Coordinator Assoc. of Bridal Consultants May 2003 – May 2012

2010 Annual Conference Chair (worked with David Tutera) – Assoc. of Bridal Consultants

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March 27, 2013

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Bridesmaid Dresses your Bridesmaids would wear again!

Bridesmaid Dresses your Bridesmaids would wear again!

This is one of my favorite color palettes for weddings as a wedding planner, and have seen a TON of color combinations.  This was a destination wedding at Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona, this past weekend where two doctors flew in for a destination wedding.  Honored being their wedding planner, since they allowed me to do my job.

The choice of the bride’s color palette and gown style is something her bridesmaids will wear again.  This RARELY happens!

As a bride, when you are trying to choose your bridesmaid dresses, it is endless pressure (besides each one of them voicing an opinion) colors, body type, style, fabric, pricing, and most important…something they look great in, and works for you as a background canvas for your photos.

Another important thing you must remember is lighting.  The look of the gown in a church looks different than an outdoor wedding.   If you are having a sunset ceremony, the amber tones have another look.  When the lights dim for dancing, the gowns take on yet another look.

Love the parasols which were photo props for this wedding.   Was a gorgeous March day at Dove Mountain, and the weather was perfect!  Another happy client, and was honored to work with them!  They are on their honeymoon!

They purchased these parasols from The Knot, yet you may want to check out options on LunaBazaar.com (tons of colors) and for monograms, feathers, swarovski crystals and bling, check out PamelasParasols.com too!

Copyright 2013, Kim Horn, MBC™

To you hire Kim as your wedding planner, call 480.921.7891 or text your name, wedding date, and wedding planner request to 602.418.9089.

Kim M. Horn, MBC™

Master Bridal Consultant | 1 of 61 in the World

Lead Arizona Wedding Planner – specializing in Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Chandler, Phoenix, and Destination Weddings

Publisher | Pres. | ArizonaBridalSource.com

AZ State Coordinator | Assoc. of Bridal Consultants May 2003 – present

ABC 2010 Conference Chair worked with David Tutera

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February 22, 2013

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Brides by Demetrios - Twist Options for Bridesmaid Dresses

You are engaged, and finally said YES to your wedding dress!  Congratulations, on having one major decision out of the way, many more to go!  Shopping for bridesmaid dresses is not an easy task since the average wedding has five bridesmaids, giving you a multitude of body types, skin tones, hair colors, and personalities.  Have you seen the movie 27 Dresses?  It is a must see before you go bridesmaid dress shopping!

This blog will put some “sanity” into your search for the right dress for your bridesmaids.  They will be thankful for your kindness since you are an informed bride by reading this.  At the end of the day, it is your choice, yet try to choose a dress everyone at your wedding will comment on how incredibly classy you are, since it is a reflection of you too!  As an expert wedding planner (1 of 61 in the world at Master Bridal Consultant level) and a matron of honor many times, have seen and have had to wear some HIDEOUS bridesmaid dresses.  This was not a master plan by the bride to intentionally choose dresses that were not flattering, it may have been the only dress they found in a color they loved.

Have your maid or matron of honor help you with the search.  Don’t be a control freak and try to do everything on your own.  You gave your MOH this prestigious position since you trust her.  Your MOH may be willing to run “interference” for you.  Your bridesmaids may be hesitant to tell you the dress costs too much, doesn’t flatter their body type, the color is wrong for their complexion, they will NEVER wear that dress again, yet may talk to your MOH about it, in order to not hurt your feelings.  Be ready to listen to feedback and be sensitive to their thoughts.

“I want to select a dress they will wear again.”  Many brides say this, yet in reality, because of the gown being uncomfortable, unflattering, or a color they would never wear again, this rarely happens.  If you are considering dark colored dresses, they may be worn to formal events later.  If you are fortunate to choose a dress which may be worn again, make sure you have the discussion with your bridesmaids to let them know the FIRST time they should wear the gown should be on your wedding day.  Be a friend, and treat them the way you would like to be treated if you were their bridesmaid.  If you were already in their wedding, and were not treated well, forgive them.  You, the bride, have the final decision in the choice of bridesmaid dresses, yet remember, this is not a dictatorship.

Discuss budgets, since friendships may be strengthened or broken.  Communication with your bridesmaids is important.  They have already made a commitment and are excited and honored to be in your wedding party.  Remember to think about everyone’s financial situation, since this is a sensitive topic.  (Bridesmaid dresses range from $100 – $300 on average.)  If you fall in love with a dress which is over their budget, are you willing to cover the difference for each bridesmaid?  When budgeting, remember this may include their dress, shoes, alterations, shipping, bra, slip, hose, earrings, necklace, bracelet, hair, makeup, travel expenses (airfare, hotel, rent a car, time off work, etc.) to get to the wedding, and expenses while they are at the wedding.  At the end of the day, everything adds up, and quickly.  You may want to give a part as your gift to them for being in your wedding, so they still look and feel incredible for photos, yet stay within the budget.  This will be a sensitive subject, yet the alternative is someone special to you may have to bow out of being in your wedding party because of financial concerns.  Better to know BEFORE ordering the dress.

Color selection is critical since this is your background color palette for your wedding photos.  You don’t want your bridesmaids to upstage you, yet you want them to look and feel their best!  The color palette you choose needs to be one you LOVE, look good in, plus helps set the theme and formality for your wedding.  Go to ColourLovers.com – and experiment with color palettes.  Try on the bridesmaid dress yourself to see how the color looks on you.  Have your MOH try on the gown next to your wedding gown.  Make sure you see this in different lighting too (if you are having an afternoon church wedding vs. sunset wedding, the lighting will be drastically different).  How will the gowns look in photographs?

Bridesmaid dresses must complement your wedding gown and formality of your wedding, and the body type of the bridesmaids.  Find a style and fabric which flatters your wedding gown, yet does not make them look like a bride.  Search for a style and fabric which flatters the different sizes and shapes of your wedding party.  Unless you have a group of ladies which are 34B and wear a size 6 jean, there are certain styles you should avoid.  If you have a 6’, size 0 jean, and voluptuous bridesmaid, don’t expect her to fit or look incredible in the same dress as a 5’, size 14 jean bridesmaid – it would not be fair to either of them.  If they feel they don’t look great in the dress, it will show in your pictures.  A strategically placed cover-up such as a shawl or bolero jacket helps make a body-conscious bridesmaid more comfortable with dress styles.  Think of your wedding gown fabric, formality, color, and style of neckline, bodice, and waist, and length.   You want the bridesmaid dresses to complement this.

Bridesmaid skin tones and hair colors need to be considered.  If the majority of your wedding party is light skinned and fair-haired, don’t choose a pastel color unless you want them to appear washed out.  This is also true with olive skin and colors like yellow or light green.  When choosing a color, try to find one that will complement all skin tones.  Of course, if your wedding party is fairly diverse, this will be more difficult.  In general, deep rich colors look better on most skin tones than lighter pale colors.  For example, emerald (hot color for 2013), crimson, black, eggplant, or midnight blue look incredible on the lightest ivory to the darkest coffee skin tone.  If you’re really hoping to have a light color, try working with a two tone effect.  If emerald is too overwhelming for an entire dress, while a mint will make most skin tones look pale or washed out, consider a mint green dress with emerald accents.  Most importantly, have the brighter color around the neck line and edges of the dress.  This way the skin color won’t be so washed out by the pale color.  You may also want to try a different skirt color.    Think of the floral bouquets and types of flower you love.  It may be easier to get the dress first, then work with your florist to include florals which complement your gown vs. trying to select a dress which has to work with a flower color which is subject to the rules of mother nature.

Bridesmaid dresses are sized differently from manufacturer to manufacturer.  If your bridesmaid is normally a size 0 and says “order it, I don’t have the time, and don’t need to be measured,” it will help if you insist each bridesmaid be individually measured for her gown.  You need time for the gown to be made, shipped, and altered to her unique measurements.  This will take time and normally more than one fitting.  Plan ahead, and understand everyone may gain weight, lose weight, or you may have a pregnancy in the mix, which will cause dress drama for alterations!  Plan ahead, you will be glad you did!

Order all the bridesmaid dresses at the same time from the same store.  Let them know this is for the same wedding, and make sure the gown store can verify these gowns will be cut from the same dye lot, (which is the only way to know your colors will match.)  If you are ordering the same color, yet different dress styles, these may be cut and sewed at a different time, meaning NOT from the same dye lot.  If you are ordering the same gown style, yet different fabric, make sure the fabrics complement each other, your wedding gown, your theme, and your formality.

Copyright 2013, Kim Horn, MBC™

To hire Kim as your wedding planner, call 480.921.7891 or text your name, wedding date, and wedding planner request to 602.418.9089.

Kim M. Horn, MBC™

Master Bridal Consultant | 1 of 61 in the World

Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Chandler, Phoenix and Destination Weddings

Publisher | Pres. | ArizonaBridalSource.com

AZ State Coordinator Assoc. of Bridal Consultants May 2003 – May 2012

2010 Annual Conference Chair (worked with David Tutera) – Assoc. of Bridal Consultants

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January 30, 2013

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DemetriosBride.com ball gown

DemetriosBride.com ball gown

Congratulations, you found the ultimate groom, you got engaged, you have your wedding ring, and now the next big task at hand is finding your wedding dress.  Some brides have envisioned walking down the aisle in their wedding gown since they can remember, just waiting for the right man to walk into their lives, while others never thought about getting married.  Finding a wedding dress is a fabulous experience, yet may be stressful and overwhelming.

After 25 years in the wedding business as a wedding planner, finally decided to sit down and write this blog to get you to say YES to the DRESS in an informed and easy way, without settling!

Wedding planners (by the way, I am not “just a wedding planner”, yet a master bridal consultant – currently 1 of 61 in the world), normally don’t have input on the final wedding gown selection.  Yet now, after dealing with bride’s 911s on “my gown doesn’t fit, they are going to have to sew in a side seam,” or “I don’t trust them for alterations after they botched up my wedding gown order,” and so much more, it IS about the entire experience at the bridal shop, which is purchase, alterations, service after the sale, and happily ever after!

I am known as being one of the best in the industry for getting you in your wedding gown and making you look and feel fabulous on your wedding day!  It may be all the years of TV experience working with different body types and no matter what, the show must go on!

WHAT SHOULD YOU REMEMBER WHEN SHOPPING FOR A WEDDING GOWN?   Three important words will help you when shopping for your wedding gown:  fit, flatter, and budget.

WHEN SHOULD YOU START SHOPPING?  Many brides start shopping as soon as they get engaged.  Would highly recommend you start shopping at least 9 months before your wedding date.  Consider most bridal shops take an average of 4 – 6 months (some may take longer) to get your gown in, then you add 2 months for alterations.  Don’t wait to start shopping 6 months prior to your wedding date to be told “if you would have started shopping 9 months ahead of time, we would have been able to get that gown for you, now it is too late to order the gown, or we could still order the gown if you are willing to pay rush charges.”

WHAT IS ONE WEDDING GOWN ITEM YOU DEFINITELY WANT?  Having a small pocket in your wedding gown is priceless to hold your lipstick for touch-ups!  This may be included in your gown, or a small additional alteration item, yet will make your wedding day touch-ups a breeze!

WHO SHOULD YOU TAKE WITH YOU TO SHOP?  Shop with your mom, and maid or matron of honor, they know you better than anyone!  If you take too many people it gets overwhelming, and there may be too many opinions.

SHOULD YOU MAKE AN APPOINTMENT, OR JUST STOP IN?  For the best customer service, make an appointment, and ask to be scheduled with the manager or another employee who knows their inventory, and will be able to make recommendations to you based on your body type and style of your wedding.

THE GOWN ON THE HANGER MAY LOOK BETTER ON YOU.  When you make an appointment to try on gowns, ask for an appointment with the manager or another employee who knows their inventory.  This person will have seen a zillion brides with your same body type in the gowns in their store.  Knowledge is power.  Allow this person to make suggestions to you on what may look best on your body type to accentuate your positives, and to take away from any negatives.  If you are lucky, you are one of those brides with a fabulous body where every gown you try on looks amazing on you!

WHAT WEDDING DRESS WILL FIT THE SEASON AND STYLE OF MY WEDDING?  If you are getting married in the hot Arizona summer, you will want a lightweight dress with airy fabrics and minimal layers to keep you from feeling hot and sticky.  If you are getting married in the cooler months (most popular wedding months in Arizona are March, April, October, and November), you may want a heavier fabric like satin or taffeta with stylish wraps or jackets when the sun goes down.  If you are having a church wedding vs. an outdoor garden wedding, these are two different styles.  If you are having a destination wedding, you need to think about logistics on taking your wedding gown with you on your flight.

HOW MANY GOWNS IS “ENOUGH” TO TRY ON?  When I got married, I tried on two wedding gowns, and purchased the second one I tried on.  Yes, being in the business, I knew what I wanted, and knew where to buy, so it was easy!  Some brides make a “day” of it, making appointments (normally 1.5 hours for one appointment) at multiple bridal shops.  When you do the math, if you schedule 4 appointments, you are trying on gowns for 6 hours and are in transit for 2 hours.  How much do you want to drive, and how many gowns do you want to try on?  Do your research, each bridal shop has a different ambiance, style, and price range.  Many bridal shops overlap in the “middle” zone, yet some are less expensive (normally meaning less customer service), and some are more expensive (carrying one of a kind gowns).  Some may be GREAT at selling you a gown, yet how are their alterations and service AFTER the sale?  This is important!

WHAT SHOULD YOU INCLUDE IN YOUR WEDDING GOWN BUDGET?  A look, feel, and quality of a dress priced at $800 will be extremely different from the look, feel, and quality of a gown priced at $3,000.  It will make a difference if you are planning to wear one gown for the ceremony and change gowns for your dancing.  If you are purchasing one gown vs. two gowns, it makes a difference.  If you are not finding gowns at a price you love, it may be time to add some to your  gown budget (reduce your budget in another category) to get what you want, since you do get what you pay for.  Include these items in your budget: the wedding gown, wedding shoes, veil, headpiece/comb/tiara/headband, alterations, and undergarments (bra, hosiery).

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR TO SHOP FOR WEDDING GOWNS?  Wear something which is comfortable and easy to get in and out of for quick changes.  Wear your hair in a way you are thinking of wearing it on the day of your wedding.  The neckline of your gown will make all the difference in the world!

WHAT WEDDING DRESS FITS MY BODY TYPE THE BEST?  There are 5 popular styles of wedding gowns.  All are gorgeous, yet choosing the right one to accentuate your best assets and diminish areas you are more conscious of, no matter what your shape or size, may seem overwhelming.

1).  A-LINE/PRINCESS.  The A-line wedding gown features a shape which is fitted around the bodice (part of the gown above the waist) and flows out to the ground, resembling the outline of an uppercase A.  This A-line dress flows from the bust to the hem with an unbroken line.  Due to its classic and simple elegant style, the A-line dress is appropriate for any occasion, from a quiet backyard wedding to a traditional church wedding.  Its length may range from above the knee to full length that flows into a large train.  A princess cut is the most dramatic variation of the A-line gown.  This version of the A-line dress emphasizes the style’s clean lines by utilizing vertical panels that run from the hemline to the hem.  The princess style provides elongating lines that create a slimming effect since your eye focuses on the length created by these long, smooth seams.

The A-line wedding dress is flattering on almost all body types.  The long lines of the princess cut create the illusion of height on a shorter body, as well as slim down a rounded figure.  The full skirt of the A-line may also hide a larger lower body, or create the illusion of curves on a narrow frame.  With the A-line being versatile, simple modifications to the neckline, waistline, or fabric can accentuate your best features and hide those you’re not so fond of.

2).  EMPIRE.  The empire wedding gown is defined by a raised waistline which sits just below the bust line, and the rest of the dress flows down to the hem.  The empire style is very versatile and can accommodate a wide variety of formality. 

The empire wedding dress is flattering on almost all body types.  It is two fold on small busted brides and large busted brides.  On small busted brides the empire wedding gown draws attention to your neckline and creates definition.  Yet oddly enough, this also may work to conceal a large bust by controlling and minimizing the size of the breasts due to the neckline of the empire dress.  The design of the empire dress is also ideal for covering other unwanted body features such as a long torso, short legs, or a pear shaped figure.  Since the dress flows from the bust line, it easily leaves these areas undefined.  The structure of the empire dress is also ideal for pregnant brides since the fluidity of the dress may accommodate a growing belly.

3).  COLUMN/SHEATH.  The column/sheath wedding gown has a narrow shape that flows straight down from the neckline to the hem.  The column/sheath gown tends to hug the body and show any and all of your curves.  This column/sheath gown is appropriate for all types of weddings, especially casual weddings on the beach, or intimate evening weddings. 

The column/sheath gown is flattering on lean figures, both short and tall.  The elongating nature of this design help petite brides appear taller.  The column/sheath dress does not allow much room for hiding problem areas, such as a large lower body.  It may conceal minor flaws if you opt for a constructed column that will stay in place, but the slip style may be unforgiving.

4).  BALL GOWN.  The ball gown is a perfect wedding gown for the bride envisioning a fairytale wedding.  This silhouette has a fitted bodice (part of the gown above the waist) with a full skirt.  The ball gown is most appropriate for traditional weddings where the dress will be consistent with the formality of the event. 

The ball gown is flattering for almost all body types.  The ball gown is ideal for slender or pear-shaped figures as the full skirt helps to accentuate the waist and hide the lower body.  If you have a large bust, this style will help to create an hourglass look since it emphasizes the waistline due to the fitted bodice (part of the gown above the waist) and natural or dropped waist.

5).  MERMAID.  The mermaid silhouette contours the body from the chest to the knee, then flares out to the hem.  This is a sexy look that highlights curves of your body.  For this reason, you must be confident and comfortable to pull off this dramatic style. 

The mermaid gown is not a style for everyone.  This daring design is best worn by slender figures, both short and tall.  The mermaid dress is made to hug the body and show every curve, it is not recommended for those brides with full figures, however if you are on the voluptuous side and want to accentuate your curves, this is the perfect dress for you.  When considering a mermaid, you will want to hide embarrassing underwear lines, so be careful of  your undergarment selections.

Copyright 2013, Kim Horn, MBC™

To hire Kim as your wedding planner, call 480.921.7891 or text your name, wedding date, and wedding planner request to 602.418.9089.

Kim M. Horn, MBC™

Master Bridal Consultant | 1 of 61 in the World

Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Chandler, Phoenix and Destination Weddings

Publisher | Pres. | ArizonaBridalSource.com

AZ State Coordinator Assoc. of Bridal Consultants May 2003 – May 2012

2010 Annual Conference Chair (worked with David Tutera) – Assoc. of Bridal Consultants

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November 5, 2011

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TellOurStoryToo - Wedding Dress Hanger

TellOurStoreToo - Wedding Dress Hanger

Brides hire me as their wedding planner for many reasons, yet the top 5 are so they may:

1).  Be the bride rather than being the wedding planner;

2).  Relax and enjoy their wedding;

3).  Have a one-of-a-kind design;

4).  Forget about small details;

5).  Know they received the best quality for the best price!

For your “get ready photos” this personalized hanger displays your gown in style.  For more, go to http://www.etsy.com/shop/TellOurStoryToo  There are notches for your wedding gown.  The wire colors currently available are fuschia, turquoise, hunter green, lavender, silver, and gold.  The wood colors currently available are natural or cherry. 

The hanger includes the charm and ribbon. 

Possible suggestions for personalization are:
Mrs. ________
Bride
Name
Bridesmaid
Love
I Do
Groom

Allow up to 2.5 weeks for your hanger to be completed from the date of purchase.

Copyright 2011, Kim Horn, MBC™

To you hire Kim as your wedding planner, call 480.921.7891 or text your name, wedding date, and wedding planner request to 602.418.9089.

Kim M. Horn, MBC™

Master Bridal Consultant | 1 of 59 in the World

Lead Arizona Wedding Planner – specializing in Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Chandler, Phoenix, and Destination Weddings

Publisher | Pres. | ArizonaBridalSource.com

AZ State Coordinator | Assoc. of Bridal Consultants

ABC 2010 Conference Chair worked with David Tutera

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C 602.418.9089

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