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Sunday, December 23, 2012

Peacock Theme Wedding Centerpiece By Design Master

Looking for a centerpiece for your peacock theme wedding? How about this simple basket with hydrangeas and peacock feathers. Simple, but effective, this design catches the eye without overwhelming. So many peacock theme centerpieces are overwhelming, while this one is attractive, catches the eye, without the viewer wanting to say "OMG, whose idea was that?"
Visit Design Master's website for other ideas for centerpieces for your wedding as well as tutorials on how to make your own centerpieces. For the look above DM suggests:
  1.  use 24KT Pure Gold and spray it into a crumpled paper towel and wipe over leaf surface. Re-spray into cellophane as needed. Let dry. This creates a gilded look on the foliage.
  2. Spray hydrangeas with Glitter Gold. Let dry.

Just enough glitz without being too much.

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Cash In With A Second Job

Are you a bride who would like some extra money to spend on her wedding? Let me show you how.  So if you want that photo booth and don't have enough money, this is a feasible way to make that money. Or if you want a high end photographer or want to add a videographer but are on a tight budget, this can let you afford to have the photographer or videographer of your choice. Want a limo? Again, let me show you how you can make this happen. It's easy, it's fun and not expensive ($10.) to process your application.

If you are thinking it's a fly by night company or one of those 'make money from your home' deals that are a scam, it isn't. It's AVON! Yes, that's right, Avon. A company that's over 100 years old, so it's safe and you'll have the support you need to make your business take off. Sell to friends, family, co-workers or total strangers, it's your choice. Sell directly to people face to face, have book parties, fundraisers, have friends take your catalog to work with them. It's almost (dare I say it?) easy.

I'm not saying it won't involve putting in some time, but you can work at your own pace. So contact me about the Avon Opportunity. Just go to my webpage, and use the email function at the upper right and let me know you are interested.

If you haven't seen an Avon catalog lately I think you'll be surprised. It's not  your mother's Avon anymore. It's more than makeup.  It's skin care, clothing, jewelry, men's products, and their Kid's Club and Tiny Tillia. Come on, dip your toe in, bet you jump in both feet first and love it! Great people, great products and it's fun. What more can you ask of a job?

So if you are strapped from holiday shopping or for your wedding or just want to take a really nice vacation, call me. You know you want to. Who could resist?

Monday, December 17, 2012

Brides and Braids

Braided Chignon photo from Best Makeup Review
Looking for a perfect hairstyle for your wedding day? Best Makeup Review shows you the nine steps to creating the perfect braided chignon.
You can add some flowers or bling to the braid for something extra. Smooth and sleek, this look is perfect for almost any bride.
Use some Avon Lotus Shield Frizz Control to keep your hair neat and smooth the whole day. Don't have an Avon rep? Go to Avon in Delaware County to find out how you can order this online and have it delivered direct to your door. So convenient! Avon also has an assortment of makeup perfect for your big day. Talk to your local Avon Rep if you're getting married soon and try out some products before the big day.
Another braid from Best Makeup Review

Saturday, December 1, 2012

Perfect Gift For Your Bride

Want to buy a romantic gift for your bride? One of those things she'd never buy for herself but if you gave it to her she would treasure it forever? Consider this Louis Vuitton heart shaped coin purse. Small enough she can take it anywhere with her and keep it close to her. A perfect gift for someone you love. Look for it at LV boutiques everywhere.

Guest Count Worries

If you've ever had a party and worried that no one would come, imagine what it must be like for a bride who worries about how many guests will come to her wedding. There's a reason she sends out those RSVP cards / response cards with your wedding invitation--you are supposed to reply. This lets her know how many to tell her caterer and a million other small details.

So if you are invited to a wedding, keep in touch with the bride and groom about your RSVP status. Be a polite guest. Imagine if you weer the bride what you would appreciate and follow through accordingly.

This is your mother--nagging you about your manners. So just do it!