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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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April 21, 2013

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Earth Day 5 Rs

Earth Day 5 Rs

More wedding couples are going green.  Emerald is the Pantone 2013 color of the year, yet it is not only color when we say “going green.”

April 22nd is Earth Day.  Earth Day was organized by Gaylord Nelson, a former U.S. senator from Wisconsin, in 1970 as a way to bring environmental protection onto the national political agenda.  On April 22 of each year people around the world plant trees, pick up trash in their neighborhood, and bike to work.  Earth Day was intended to raise the awareness of climate change, pollution, pesticides, and much more.  Pollution harms our world and ecosystem.

As a wedding planner here are some “how to tips” which reduces carbon footprint to have an eco-friendly wedding.  For more tips, hire Kim Horn, MBC™ as your wedding planner.:

–         Ceremony and receptions at the same site reduces travel

–         Outdoor venues have gorgeous gardens and scenery at no additional cost

–         Local catering, cakes, and beverages supporting local family farms and wineries.

–         Florists repurpose your in season florals from your rehearsal dinner, ceremony, cocktail reception, dinner/dance, and brunch.

–         Vintage is in, recycle and repurpose for décor and photo props

–         Reception sites recycling and re-purposing

–         Hotels for out-of-town guests recycling and re-purposing

–         Recycled paper and non-toxic soy and vegetable inks for invitations

–         Wedding websites help reduce printing

–         In lieu of favors, couples donate to their favorite charities (arborday.org – which provides favor cards and plants trees all over the country)

–         Green décor

–         Green lifestyle by having gift registries with energy saving appliances

–         Use environmentally-friendly reusable shopping bags (envirosax.com)

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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June 29, 2011

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Having assigned seating at your wedding?

Why not try something different, and allow the design to be “an experience” for your guests!

How many times have you gotten your placecard and were NOT impressed!

This wedding design was white and modern. From what you see above, don’t you think this is a better experience than placecards scattered on a table?

For a Major League Baseball player’s placecards we positioned them in wheat grass and inserted baseballs with sharpies to double as their “guest book”. Very important to select a ribbon to wrap around the bottom of the wheat grass tray. For this MLB 3rd baseman’s wedding, we used an infield design, which had bases, pitchers mound, and home plate. NOTE: would have posted a photo, yet didn’t have time to stop to take one with my own camera, and even with multiple requests of the photos from the photographer from the Bay Area, still don’t have any photos from this wedding – wedding planner pet peeve)!

For more ideas, contact:
Kim Horn, Master Bridal Consultant (1 of 59 in the world)
Arizona Wedding Planner specializing in Scottsdale Weddings, Chandler Weddings, Phoenix Weddings, and Destination Brides
Arizona Bridal Source
ABC AZ State Coordinator
2010 ABC Conference Chair – worked with David Tutera
P 480.921.7891
C 602.418.9089
E info@ArizonaBridalSource.com

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June 26, 2011

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Wedding sash, belt, or headpiece to add bling to your gown.

Belt, Sash, Headband found at Etsy.com from Garden of Eden

Love this to add bling to your gown.

Etsy.com has this priced at $150 (pricing subject to change) from Garden of Eden.

For your wedding attire, you may use this multiple ways, as a wedding belt, wedding sash, wedding headband, wedding headpiece, and to add color.

Colored belts and sashes give you an elegant way to add a hint of color to your gown.

Swarovski Crystal Rhinestones are shaped as flowers and are backed with white ribbon to give it a “belt feel” (so the ribbon doesn’t curl), and has been finished off with a satin ribbon lining. Rhinestones measure 11.5″ long and 1.5″ wide at it widest. The sash ribbon is long to fit any size and may be cut to length. (Better to be longer than too short!)

Since this is custom made, please allow 5 to 8 weeks minimal for ordering. When ordering, you may specify clear crystals, the color of ribbon you prefer, if you would like it as a belt, sash, or as a bridal hairpiece or bridal headpiece.

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