Aug 25, 2011
Getting married by the Number (day and month and year) is one way to choose your wedding date.
From eHow: point number 5 on how to choose a wedding date:
If you can, choose a cool wedding date. For example, 11/11/11 or 8/9/10 makes excellent and memorable wedding date. Just be aware that there is a lot of competition for these dates, so you'll have to book early to grab a day like these.
We’ve missed 2008, but 2011 November 11th is coming up and so is 9/10/11. Think how easy it will be to remember—there will be no excuse in forgetting this anniversary!
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Posted by Weddings on Wirt Street at 12:37 PM
Aug 11, 2011
Even today, it is the man who often proposes. So how is this done?
Wedding Channel has a well organized list. Look for The Top 12 Rules of Proposing, www.weddingchannel.com. Or go to www.Askmen.com and search for The Perfect Proposal. At How to Do Things, a useful worksheet is provide. http://www.howtodothings.com/family-and-relationships/a2408-how-to-propose-marriage.html
All articles say to keep her in mind. You know her, right? What does she like? Think about how, when, and where, and check out your approach. Make it personal via the right location (such as first date restaurant), significant day or date, favorite flower or special song. Think of your time together and select something meaningful for the two of you.
Another site with fun information is http://www.engagementexperts.com/.
Scan the web, jot down ideas you feel most comfortable with, move ahead with a proposal for a lifetime.
Posted by Weddings on Wirt Street at 1:50 PM
Aug 5, 2011
Aug 4, 2011
You can find quite a lot of wedding assistance on the internet. There are sites that will help you select readings, write vows, figure out placement of your attendants, explain processional and recessional ideas and tell you how to conduct a rehearsal.
Posted by Weddings on Wirt Street at 11:56 AM
Farm-to-Fork LoudounSM is a collaborative effort between the agricultural, culinary, and winery communities of Loudoun County, Virginia. … (it) brings the fresh bounty of Loudoun farms and vineyards direct to the tables of its finest eating establishments in a celebration of community and food.
Loudoun Farms: http://www.loudounfarms.org/
Posted by Weddings on Wirt Street at 11:45 AM
Almost 30 wineries make their home in Loudoun Country.
The oldest, Willowcroft, http://willowcroftwine.com/, opened in the early 1980s.
Most wineries have events during the weekend, music, festivals, dinner. Come out and enjoy the countryside: http://www.loudounwine.com/ , http://www.loudounfarms.org/Default.asp?contentid=54
Find at driving tour at http://www.visitloudoun.org/Experience-Loudoun/Wine-Country
Posted by Weddings on Wirt Street at 11:41 AM