In 2013, variety is the new catch of the day. As you know, many wedding dresses don’t feature the shoe unless the bride wants them to be seen. In the past many brides have worn simple flats or even white sandals to ensure comfort. This year, is the year of the bold bride that likes to add a dash of bold style to her somewhat traditional ceremony. Today I will list the top 10 wedding shoe trends for 2013:
Pink Heels – Many women first started planning out their perfect wedding when they were even a child. The pink bridal heeled shoes lets a woman declare her of love of the simple girly things in life and yet still be proud to call herself an independent woman.
Custom printed shoes – Thanks to the improvements in technology today, made heeled wedding shoes can have your favorite print, or even something symbolic or sentimental printed on them.
Mint – Hot color of the year. This is the hot color of 2013 and seem to be found throughout numerous wedding magazines and fashion runways. A little hint of mint adds crispness and a light dash of color to any color palette.
Custom decorated vintage wedding heels – With places like Etsy now very popluar you can easily find the perfect shoes and get it custom tailored to your exact specification including adding delicate vintage lace or retro styles to it. Continue reading →
The time has come. You’ve either decided to propose your girlfriend for a life together or thinking about it. What do you do now? First thing to do is to buy a diamond engagement ring, a ring that shows your love for her.
Since people are inclined towards engagement rings, we highlight the engagement ring purchase options to help you through.
When I started this humble blog years ago who would have thought I would have nearly half a million people drop by to visit me and read my thoughts. Now that I have established a large following averaging 12-15K visitors monthly I would love to offer retailers & vendors a chance to advertise with me.
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I just read a post about a 29 yr old man in Florida that tried to make his fiancee swallow her diamond engagement ring because she no longer wanted to live with him. Not only did he do this, he tried to do it while she had a 1 yr old in her arms at the time.
Let’s get to the heart of this. This “man”, according to this article, physically assaulted his fiance and tried to use an engagement ring as the weapon to choke her. He then has the audacity to say, “women always claim assault, but never accept responsibility for provoking someone,” according to deputies. You CAN NOT provoke someone to assault you and break the law. You CAN lose your temper and take out your anger inappropriately in a way that is considered domestic violence.
Speaking of domestic violence in the home in front of children, I recently came across a comment from an organization titled “Children of Domestic Violence” that speaks on the impact of children just witnessing domestic violence. One surprising statistic they brought up was that 63% of all boys, age 11-20, who commit murder kill the man who was abusing their mother. These kind of statistics scare me and we must do something.
We must stop men like this from perpetuating the cycle of violence and educate the children so they learn NOT to repeat what they see.
I’ve attended weddings before that had gorgeous flower arrangements hanging on the inside row of the aisle of chairs that the bride would walk down. Then about 15 minutes before the wedding I noticed people & children were bumping them and knocking them on the ground. This seems to takes away from the beauty of the ceremony doesn’t it? What if Continue reading →