Endless Beach Wedding Themes

Written by Cindy English

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* How about an "I Dream of Jeannie" beach wedding theme? Decorate with pretty, colorful bottles inrepparttar sand likerepparttar 146320 one she was found in. Atrepparttar 146321 end ofrepparttar 146322 day, disappear in a cloud of smoke!

* A Western beach wedding theme would be fun! Many beaches allow horseback riding. The reception could be a good old fashioned fireside "camp out" underrepparttar 146323 stars. Leave on horseback.

* Have a Rainbow Wedding. Create a rainbow to wed under out of brightly colored helium filled balloons tied together. Hold them down withrepparttar 146324 "pots of gold" at each end. Have everyone bring a colored umbrella to decoraterepparttar 146325 aisle with. Great back plan up in case it rains!

* Butterfly weddings are popular. Shades of yellow and orange with butterflies woven amongstrepparttar 146326 flowers in your tiara and bouquet would be beautiful. Use butterflies as boutonnieres forrepparttar 146327 guys.

* A Surfing theme would be neat. Of course surf boards and "The Beach Boys" come to mind here!

Byrepparttar 146328 way...

Don't rule out you beach wedding ideas because you don't live near an ocean. The definition of a "beach" is - "the shore of a body of water, especially if sandy or pebbly". That includes lakes and rivers. For that matter, you may have a "beach" right by your swimming pool. There are no rules. Be creative!

It is your beach wedding...it can be anything you want it to be - wherever you want it to be! Most of all...have fun!

Cindy English is the publisher of: http://www.Beach-Wedding-Themes.com Beach wedding themes full of fun, fantasy and romance!

http://www.All-Florida-Beach-Weddings.com Plan your wedding celebration in Paradise!

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Infidelity Excuse: I fell out of Love...and just love being in love

Written by Dr. Robert Huizenga, The Infidelity Coach

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5. The person “looking for love” is actually looking forrepparttar ideal, someone out there, who will project back to him/her that he/she is OK. No, more than OK, close to perfect.

6. This person needs to be adored, or think another adores him/her, because there is a lack of inner strength and solid identity. The other becomes my world, because I lack a world. Being “in love” isrepparttar 146283 panacea for my emptiness.

7. Sexual intercourse does not need to be a part of these relationships. Sexual activity may indeed ENDrepparttar 146284 relationship or at least move it torepparttar 146285 point whererepparttar 146286 attractors become, again,repparttar 146287 distracters. The idealized images may be held together by long phone calls, gifts, holding, love letters, e-mails, etc.

8. This type of affair often occurs when there is a “lull” inrepparttar 146288 marriage relationship. The responsibility of raising children, starting and maintaining a career, paying bills, etc. becomerepparttar 146289 focal point forrepparttar 146290 couple. Romance becomes a foreign word. People are especially vulnerable for this type of affair afterrepparttar 146291 children are in school and/orrepparttar 146292 oldest child reaches early adolescence. (There are good reasons for this, from a family systems perspective, but I won’t get into that here.)

Tip: If your spouse is struggling with this type of relationship, make sure you hold and care for your self. Your spouse does not haverepparttar 146293 capacity to do this for you (or anyone) at this point. Yes, you are ok. Her/his affair says less about you and much more aboutrepparttar 146294 emptiness within her/him. It is time for you to know you better. Model for him/her what it means to be a person with a core, with integrity, with boundaries, with values, with meaning, with purpose and actively figure out what your needs are, and get them met. Maybe she will ask questions. Maybe she will not. Maybe soon. Maybe later.

For more information onrepparttar 146295 different kinds of affairs, what causes them,repparttar 146296 probabilities of them ending a marriage and what you can do about it, visit my site.

Dr. Robert Huizenga, The Infidelity Coach, has helped hundreds of couples over the past two decades heal from the agony of extramarital affairs and survive infidelity. Visit his website at: http://www.break-free-from-the-affair.com/cmd.php?ad=139627

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