Top 5 Wedding Favors and WhyWritten by Dion Semeniuk
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For third of top five wedding favors, you might also consider fragrant soap or votive candles. For soap, this is a lovely wedding favor to place in hotel rooms of out-of-town guests. You can purchase all of supplies at local hobby or craft stores and then purchase your fragrant of choice such as lemon grass, watermelon, sandalwood, white ginger, etc. If you prefer, you can purchase pre-made soap or buy glycerin and molds to make your own. As an extra romantic touch, look at mold designs such as wedding bells, hearts, bubble designs.
Now for fourth of top five wedding favors, you can never go wrong with votive candles, enjoyed by both men and women. This type of wedding favor can again be purchased through a hobby or craft store or on Internet. If you prefer, you can create your own candles, which involves melting wax, adding color and fragrance, and then pouring into approved glass jars. Choose several coordinating colors if you like and for simple yet elegant glass jars, add decorative touches such as flowers, ribbon, or trinkets attached with hot glue.
Finally, last of five top wedding favors would be pewter or silver. You will find many wonderful choices such as picture frames, paperweights, and bottle openers. With this type of gift, you will probably pay a little more but this is a nice gift for a more formal wedding, affluent group list, or members of bridal party. Remember, you can choose from hundreds of wedding favors to include miniature bottles of wine, stationary with last name and wedding date, golf balls and tees for sports enthusiasts, and list goes on and on. Whether you go with bubbles to be blown as you and your new spouse leave church to creative miniature baskets filled with candles, candy or Jordonís almonds and everything in between, key is to choose wedding favors that coordinate with your wedding but that are also special for your type of guest list.
Dion Semeniuk has been married for over 5 years now and has been providing ideas with his wife's help for other peoples weddings. To learn more about other wedding favor ideas, visit http://www.wedding-favor-directory.com.
Love Relationships: Focusing on What went RightWritten by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot
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When encountering difficult situations (in love), we try to discover root cause; or we backtrack our steps to see what went haywire. It's a natural reaction. Instead of focusing on what went wrong, we need to redirect our attention to "what went right." Yes, what went right. If we preoccupy ourselves with all "bad" or "negative" events in our lives, then we are doing a disservice to not only our emotional wellbeing, but our physical wellbeings as well.
Let's think about that phrase: what went right? When we gear our mental plane toward positive happenings, encounters, and love in our lives, we are creating a more open-minded proactive atmosphere that allows us to find compassion, understanding and yes, true love.
So what's all hype about love relationships? Love relationships can bring happiness, empowerment, positivity, and even inspiration.
When was last time you told your partner that you loved him/her? The last time you held hands? Kissed? Took a walk along beach together? Embraced each other? Today, enjoy nostalgia -- focus on "What went right" and rest will fall into place.
PS. If you're having difficulty in your love relationship, it's never too late to seek Counseling or Relationship help.
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C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot is Public Relations' Director & Staff Writer for Holistic Junction -- Your source of information for Holistic Practitioners; Acupuncture Schools, Chiropractic Schools, Massage Therapy Schools, and Reflexology Schools.
C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot is the Public Relations' Director & Staff Writer for Holistic Junction