By Shawna Schofield Summer is a popular time of the year to tie the knot due to it’s warmth and abundance of sunshine. It also presents a lot of options for themes, locations, and activities that you can take advantage of to make the most of your big day.  What To Wear?  There are many color schemes that suit the summertime mood. A few combinations to consider are:  A citrus inspired palette of tangerines, oranges,
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By Shawna Schofield Spring is a popular time to tie the knot, and it isn’t hard to see why. This season marks a start of new beginnings, and gives way to warmth, sunshine, and new life. It encompasses many ideals that coincide perfectly with weddings. Whether you are still looking to set a date, or have already settled on one, here are a few ideas that incorporate the feeling of spring into your big day. Think
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By Shawna Schofield If you are planning on having musical entertainment at you wedding, but don’t know whether to hire a professional DJ or live band; however, there are a couple more unique options that you should consider!     The Jukestar App   Jukestar gives you control of what’s in your queue! Jukestar is a downloadable app that can connect directly to your premium Spotify account. This app allows guests to view, queue, and
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By Shawna Schofield The first dance shared between partners is a tradition that goes back centuries. As it is such an important staple, you may want to seriously consider what you would like to perform ahead of time. Some couples can get intricate with a whole choreographed routine, while others keep it simple. The option is  up to you and your spouse! Here are a few options to keep in mind if you are unsure where to
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By Shawna Schofield While you may have considered taking up dance as a hobby, did you realize the numerous health benefits that can go along with dancing? There are more than you would think, and they are definitely something to keep in mind if you are looking to improve your dancing skills. 1. Dancing can help improve function of the heart and lungs, by providing an aerobic routine that helps you learn to control your
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