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Whimsical Peacock Blue, Magenta & Vibrant Green

I am so obsessed with deep, dark peacock blue right now. Not the feathers, just that awesome blue color. Aside from it being the perfect color for my future dining room walls, it makes a great base for a wedding, especially when paired with a magenta or raspberry pink (a.k.a. my future dining room chairs) and maybe a little green too. I felt a little whimsical when creating this palette, the flower wands, mismatched tags and those oh so awesome flower books for centerpieces! I love the idea of a colored crinoline peaking out from under a bride's dress, don't you? And those little dollops of heaven in the bottom right corner? Key lime white chocolate clouds. Mhmm, I think dessert is calling my name! {1. House Photo by Punti Di Vista, 2. Flower Photo by A Peace of Cake, 3. Necklace by White

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Laney and Waters married - Blair Allen Laney and Brian Robert Waters were married Saturday June 4 2011 at five oclock in the afternoon at First United Methodist Church of Cheraw. Reverend Doctor Paul A. Wood Jr. and Reverend Narcie McLendo...

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Robert Waters Blair Allen Laney and Brian Robert Waters were married Saturday, June 4, 2011, at five oclock in the afternoon at First United Methodist Church of Cheraw. Reverend Doctor Paul A. Wood, Jr., and Reverend Narcie McLendon Jeter officiated the double ring ceremony. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Scott Laney of Cheraw. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Thomas Belton Laney of Cheraw and the late Thomas Belton Laney, Mrs. Letha Kelly Allen, and Mr. LeRoy Allen. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. William James Waters of Duryea, Pennsylvania. He is a grandson of Robert D. Shumaker and the late Dolores Shumaker of Pittston, PA, and Lois Balchune and the late Chas Balchune of Duryea. The wedding was directed by Mary G. Burr. A program of music was pre

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Meghan C. Cantwell and Trevor E. Jackson -

Meghan Christy Cantwell and Trevor Edwin Jackson were united in marriage at 4:30 PM, December 31, 2010 at the United Methodist Church in Saranac Lake with the Reverend Milton Dudley, Pastor of the Keene Valley Congregational Church officiating. Wedding music was provided by Helen Demong and Amanda Diefenbacher, cousin of the bride. The bride is the daughter of (Thomas) Barry and Margaret Cantwell of Saranac Lake. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Ann Cantwell and N. Thomas and Patricia Oddy of Saranac Lake. Bridesmaids were McKenzie Jones and Claire Cantwell-Jones, sisters of the bride: Karina Jackson, sister of the groom; Rachel Branch, life long best friend, and Chrissa Dwyer, college friend/roommate. The flower girl was Kendra Jones, niece of the bride. The groom is the son of Linda and

TAGS: Music,Saranac Lake, New York,Connecticut,Marriage,Adirondack Regional Airport

Morocco: and a tale of Moroccan wedding blankets or handiras

Oh my.......they are too beautiful. On a bed, on a wall, on the back of a couch. New stock of beautiful vintage Moroccan wedding blankets in my shop, Red Thread Souk. Blanket 624 Blanket 601 See all of my stock right here. And don't hestitate to email me for pricing at moroccanmaryam {at} yahoo {dot} com. {We all deserve beauty!}

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Montecito Journal | Seen Around the World

Our Passage To India Our passage to incredible Indiaa land of marble verandahs, scalloped arches, onion domes and extreme contrastsstarted at the Gateway to Mumbai (Bombay), where we stayed across the street at the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower not to be confused with the real Taj Mahal in Agra. The Gate was constructed to honor the visit of King George in 1927. Mumbai is nicknamed the city that never sleeps but you will you see many people sleeping on the sidewalks. To grasp how large and crowded it is, India has over a billion people (300 million in the U. S.) and supports 24 languages and 1,000 dialects. It has the second largest railroad system in the world, but the two trains we took were old and very dirty. There were people sleeping all over the station. Millions live in sl

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Brides, Birthdays, and Babies Blog by Tiger Lily Invitations: Perfectly Peacock Wedding Inspiration

Wow, I can't believe that Christmas is over and the new year has begun! I can't thank my customers enough for such a wonderful 2011 at Tiger Lily Invitations! From birth announcements, to birthday party invitations to wedding programs, each project was so much fun to work on. I am looking forward to a fabulous 2012 filled with celebrations and joy, for both my customers and myself! This is always such an exciting time in the invitation business, filled with bridal fairs and appointments with newly engaged couples, new trend predictions and party planning. To kick off the new year, I have chosen to highlight one of my favorite color schemes and a continuing popular wedding theme - peacock. I just love the teals, aquas, purples and royal blues this theme brings together. You can be subtle, f

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Hortense B. Hewitt Co. Home

Today, it's all about the bride. Each bride is unique, and the key to finding everything she wants is an extensive selection with options to coordinate. Take a look at what Hortense B. Hewitt has to offer, and I assure you that you won't be disappointed. Click through thousands of beautiful wedding-day accessories, bridal shower musts, fun wedding favors, bachelorette party novelties and anniversary mementos. Feathered Flair Collection 29711 more collections

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wedding veils and fascinators | Sangmaestro

October 13, 2010By: heramu Category: Bridal Accessories, Bridal Veils Knowing exactly how your hairstyle is going to look is very needed if you are planning to wear a tiara or fascinator. The tiara is needed to hold the hair together and the hair needs to be worked around it. unique and attractive peacock fascinator unique wedding fascinator Whether you are searching for something which looks classy, elegant, fun, or just plain stunning, you must plan and consider it well to get the best outlook. If you have decided not to wear a tiara on your wedding day, you will still be able to look beautiful and elegant by wearing fascinator. A fascinator is a headpiece, a style of millinery. It refers to a fine, lacy head covering akin to a shawl and made from wool or lace. It may be worn instead of

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Peacock Wedding

Edible jewels adorn a semi-edible peacock cascade. Norma Comments and faves Ch com Arte (10 months ago | reply) Incrvel!!! Cupcakes 'n Candy (10 months ago | reply) Absolutely stunning!! cindy's cakery (9 months ago | reply) amazing work! Sandy's Sweets (9 months ago | reply) WOW that is absolutely beautiful!!! What are the feathers made out of? Anita.A. (9 months ago | reply) This is amazing. kclements22 (7 months ago | reply) Love it! ranjsr (5 months ago | reply) This is beautiful!! You do amazing work. :) Relznik (5 months ago | reply) This is stunning! Eden-Eve (4 weeks ago | reply) Wow! That's lovely! keyboard shortcuts: previous photo next photo L view in light box F favorite < scroll film strip left > scroll film strip right ? show all shortcuts Grab the link

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