Honeymoon Fashion

Honeymoon Fashion

What to wear on your honeymoon is no doubt something any new bride or are in the midst of putting together the biggest and one of the most important events in your life!

Understanding how it is, we have come up with some ideas and a check list to make it easier on you along with sometips on how to prepare yourself.


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Finding the Perfect Wedding Location

Creative Campbell

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Picking the perfect wedding location can make or break your budget. Yes, shopping for the dress is fun, but picking your location should be your priority. There are tons of options, but it’s up to you to decide which venue you like best and estimate the number of additional costs.

Additional costs can be basic things like chairs, tables, table cloths, silverware, serving dishes, tents if you’re outdoors, a dancing floor and so much more. A lot of locations cost less because you have to rent all of these items. Do you have any idea how much it costs to rent a punch bowl and spoon? It’s ridiculous! Rental companies charge down to the last coffee cup. They also charge per day yet most aren’t open on the weekends. In the end you’ll have to pick up everything on a Friday, store it somewhere – hopefully at your reception location…

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Cold Mountain.

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This is my friend Cold Mountain.

He’s called Cold Mountain because at first glance, he appears to have an icy demeanor.  This is unfortunate, because he’s not icy at all – he’s one of my favorite weirdos on the planet and I love him to pieces.  (Is it emasculating to say that about a man?  I don’t know.  And I don’t care.)  Because he is so near and dear to my heart, I could feel bad about continuing to call him such a terrible name despite knowing it’s not rooted in reality.  However, in college, when high-dose hormonal birth control made me the Incredibly Ballooning Girl, he called me “Chesty Morgan” because my boobs get super huge, so he’s earned it.

Cold Mountain was one of the first people I met in college, as he lived on my dorm floor and had the misfortune of opening his dorm room…

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