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The secret is out and we are thrilled to announce that Kim King Smith, Indiana’s only Accredited Bridal Consultant has been named the official Professional Technical Editor for the New 3rd Edition of Wedding Planning for Dummies!! This newest edition, with over 20% new material will be available November 27, 2012. Kim King Smith has distinguished herself, worldwide, as a member of an elite panel of experts for this project, including
world known celebrity wedding planner and publisher of Lucky Magazine, Marcy Blum.
Wiley Publishing has made this new edition the best and most sought after for Brides.
Kim King Smith has been working directly with the publishers for months reviewing the material and adding additional information to make Wedding Planning for Dummies the BEST publication of its kind! Millions of readers will be reading the wedding planning tips and following the experienced advice in making their wedding planning easy and fun.
If you are planning a wedding or are interested in the wedding planning industry, this book is a MUST. The publishers have included new material that you will want to know and read about. The edition will be for brides and budgets with all ranges. The new edition is available now at Barnes and Noble Amazon and many other locations worldwide.
Make sure to get your copy early, since this is such a popular publication and a great read. Please let Kim know how you like it. We hope you LOVE it!
Here are some tips to make your wedding easy planning.
1. Don’t over invite. Keep the numbers manageable for your budget and for your venue. Remember that each guest will cost you in food and beverage as well as decor, rentals and favors.
2. Personalize your wedding. Find and share elements that make the wedding about you as a couple and not everything that is in social media.
3. Be creative. Yes, you can stay within your budget and have many wow elements.
4. Prioritize the most important details and sacrifice the least important.
5. Enjoy the event and invest in a professional that can coordinate at least the weekend while you and your family enjoy the celebration.
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We just came upon this fabulous and creative way to incorporate your favors and decor into one. Whether you are having a wedding reception or social party, this is a great way for guests to receive a personal wish and gift from you.
Martha Stewart did it again with this original and creative idea. Candles in three shades of white are wrapped in corrugated paper and tied with waxed twine; written inside are messages from the bride and groom
and/or hosts. A thank you, a memory, a holiday wish can all be a message on these simple and thoughtful gifts. Read more at Marthastewartweddings.com: White Favors: Greeting Candles
Thank you, Martha!
We loved this recent blog from Preston Bailey. The inspiration for this room and chairs comes from a dress Audrey Hepburn wore in Sabrina. What a beautiful room and idea. Did you know that we do have the means to assist you with made to order linens and accessories? If you have something you would like to mirror for your special celebration, please enlist our decor team in helping you make it happen. We are always here to serve you with the very best!
You’re dreaming about the wedding, all the details. What’s the big decision now? Color. What will be right? What will make your dream day fabulous? Let’s face it. Color is a HUGE element in your wedding. It can direct you in routes to go with the flowers, the dresses, the linens, the lights and more. Color will give the photographer and the videographer a lot or a little to work with. Color is impact and most of you want this for your wedding. Don’t be afraid of color and going out on a limb with different combos. Color can inspire a mood and make it magical. Discover a new color you will adore.
Some of the very newest combos are marigold and pewter, or poppy and turquoise. The new “neutrals” are the very faintest shade of pink with pearl and soft beige. Lots of brides this year are now choosing emerald and canary or champagne and pewter. One of my late summer brides is selecting moss and eggplant. All of these colors and more are just waiting for you.
Let our decor experts here at Kim King Smith Events help you create a palette you will love! Photo courtesy of http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=free+monet+art+photos&form=QBIR&qs=n#