Icing on the Cake
THE PERFECT UNION
The word "adesso" means "now" in Italian. And who doesn't want things "now"? This clever album helps brides capture the right now of a wedding luncheon, bachelorette party, shower, the wedding reception and honeymoon instantly.
The Adesso Album combines a photo album and a guest book. The album features a die cut on each acid-free, archival-quality page that frames a Polaroid or digital photograph - no tape, no glue, no photo corners. Guests write notes on the pages that contain their photograph and the end result is an instant photo guest book was custom-made for you to take with you as you're leaving the event!
Each album is bound in hand-dyed Japanese cloth or can be custom ordered in leather. Options to personalize the album are also available. If you don't have a camera, Adesso has that covered, too. Packages including an album, camera, and film can be purchased online at www.adessoalbums.com.
For more information you can send an e-mail to email@example.com or call (415) 957-9901.
DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY
|Photo By Geoff Johnson Photography
Many couples spend a lot of time picking out the perfect music for their first dance. Maybe it's the song that was playing when they met or during their first kiss. If the song is so special, wouldn't it be nice during your first dance as Mr. and Mrs. to do more than clutch each other and sway in the middle of the floor?
Consider ballroom dance lessons. Wedding packages are available at the DC Centre Banquet Facility in Omaha. Bob Pritchard, director of dance operations, said all new students receive a complimentary initial session. You can even tailor a lesson package to fit your needs.
Learning how to dance is an investment in your relationship, and dancing together doesn't have to stop after the reception. Ballroom dancing is a great hobby for a couple to share. Check out local clubs for weeknight dancing or make a standing date to keep your skills sharp.
Check out www.dccentre.com or call 393-7431 for more information.
GIVE YOUR GOWN ANOTHER PURPOSE
Do you know what you'll do with your wedding gown after the big day? Consider donating it to the Mary Madeline Project, a non-profit organization that donates infant burial gowns and blankets to local hospitals using donated wedding gowns for material. It is the purpose of the Mary Madeline Project to provide comfort and support to grieving families that have suffered the death of a baby.
You can donate your gown, time (if you can sew or crochet) or money by calling (402) 551-7574 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit www.marymadelineproject.com.