Meet Bob and Cindy Murphy! Read their sweet JTS engagement story below. You don’t want to miss this one. Cindy, thank you for your service!
The “something borrowed” item in the wedding tradition of something old, new, borrowed and blue, represents the eternal bond you share with your family and friends, and how they’ll always be there if you need support anytime down the line.
Here are a few ideas from our ebook: Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue: A Guide for Those About to Say ‘I Do'”.
When you’re searching for the perfect wedding band to pair with your engagement ring, there are two ideas to keep in mind. The first is that there are no hard and fast rules for making your decision. Sure, there are some popular options, but there really is no right or wrong for making the perfect match. The second is the concept of “perfect” is in the eye of the beholder. That means if you like what you see, then go for it!While the choice is all yours, here are a few helpful aspects to consider.
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The “something blue” actually used to be the wedding dress, as it wasn’t until Queen Victoria donned her white gown that white become the color of choice. Blue wedding gowns had been all the rage as far back as the ancient Romans, when brides wore blue to symbolize purity, faithfulness, modesty and loyalty.
Here are a few of our ideas for your “something blue”:
“Something New” seems a bit easier when it comes to adhering to this age-old tradition. However, we still have you covered with some items that can count as your “new” for your wedding day!
Read more about these wedding day traditions and ideas in our ebook: “Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue: A Guide for Those About to Say ‘I Do”.
Thanksgiving is here and with it comes a smorgasbord of good food, parades, football and a deluge of advertisements touting all the sales available at area malls on Black Friday. While many people make plans to visit retail sales floors when the doors first open, there’s a lot to be said for avoiding the Big Box Madness of crowded shopping centers and heading downtown or online, instead.
If you’re tempted to take on the masses on Black Friday, consider this list of reasons why taking the day off from shopping at the nearest shopping center and supporting local downtown and online businesses can save you time and money and lower your stress level.