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How To Pick The Perfect Wedding Veil

Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 | Filed under: Bridal Veils, wedding dress, Wedding Fashions, wedding ideas, Wedding Veils | author: By Keith Sly,    

 

How to choose a wedding veil

One of the oldest bridal traditions is wearing a wedding veil. Once a symbol of chastity and purity, brides wore veils in ancient wedding rituals. Today, 65% of brides choose to wear a veil on their big day and while many wedding traditions have changed, veils are still a sought-after accessory to complete the wedding day ensemble. But how do you find the best veil to coordinate with the silhouette of your wedding gown? Wedding planners at The Manor share with you the latest bridal fashion trends in order to select the perfect veil that will transform the appearance of each blushing bride.
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Wedding Trends: Tanning Before Your Wedding

Wednesday, January 17th, 2018 | Filed under: wedding dress, Wedding Fashions, Wedding Tanning | author: By Keith Sly,    

Wedding tanningThe perfect bridal glow can complement any blushing bride on her big day. Nonetheless, if you are getting married in the near future, you can avoid appearing washed out or having the color of your skin color blend into your wedding dress, by darkening your complexion through indoor tanning, spray tanning, and self-tanners. The Manor offers you the latest beauty trends and tips to achieve a healthy golden by tanning before your wedding.
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Ways to Make Your ‘First Looks’ More Special

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 | Filed under: Wedding Fashions, Wedding Shoes | author: By Keith Sly,    

Ways to Make Your First Looks More SpecialA top wedding trend is for the bride and groom to forget about that old wedding superstition that it’s bad luck for the bride and groom to see each other before the ceremony. Now more couples love the idea of setting up a ‘First Looks’ moment in which the bride and groom appear before one another in a private meeting that is captured by the wedding photographer, and also the wedding videographer. You’ll get that amazing first look at each other, in a spectacular wedding setting, and capture the expressions on your faces when you see each other in your wedding attire for the very first time.
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How to Manage Dress Spills

Thursday, July 15th, 2010 | Filed under: Style Alert | author: By Keith Sly,    

By Roman Bienkiewicz, Banquet Manager, The Manor

The unthinkable has happened – no, your groom didn’t get cold feet. But you think this is almost as bad. You – or a now mortified guest – has spilled something on your wedding dress. The first rule of spills: Don’t panic. Making a scene won’t help. But there are a few simple steps that can. First of all, realize that you probably won’t get the stain out during the reception, but you can treat it so that it won’t set permanently. Chalk is great for covering stains on a wedding dress. For example, the bride traditionally takes photos outside, and sometimes nature leaves its mark on her dress. That’s the kind of fabric blemish simple white chalk can fix. Make sure you or one of your bride’s maids has some ready just in case. Red wine, lipstick and ink can also end up on a wedding dress. Here’s how to deal with each:

Red Wine: The chances of a red wine stain happening are quite high, so remember these basic steps. Dab the stain with a clean cloth. Club soda (or water in a pinch) can be poured generously on the stain. Dab again, but don’t rub vigorously.

Lipstick: Kissing is common at weddings. And some mothers-in-law wear more lipstick than others. If for some reason you get lipstick on your dress, ask the maitre d’ or your bridal assistant to get some baking soda from the kitchen. Apply it generously to cover the stain. It will mask the stain until your dry cleaner can carefully get it out.

Ink Stain: Though less likely than the lipstick or red wine stains, ink stains are possible nonetheless. Good news – the solution should be readily available in the bathroom! Hairspray does the trick. First test the hairspray on a nondescript part of your dress to make sure it doesn’t stain (some hairsprays don’t work well with certain fabrics). Then put a clean cloth behind the fabric where the stain is and spray the ink stain carefully. Wait a few minutes then dab gently with a damp cloth.

Thanks!

Roman

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