Blue may very well be the world’s most loved hue. It’s also a symbol of love, purity, and fidelity in the Old English wedding rhyme, “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, a sixpence for her shoe.” The phrase dates back to 19th century Lancashire in northwest England and refers to the five things a bride should wear on her wedding day in order to bring prosperity to her marriage and protect her future offspring. With Pantone’s announcement of Classic Blue as the color of 2020, brides may be emboldened to step up the role blue plays in their weddings this year. Pantone says, “Instilling calm, confidence, and connection, this enduring blue hue highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era.” Classic Blue may very well be a match made in heaven for brides.
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People Turning to Wash & Fold Laundry Service
Just how long does it take to do laundry? There are many factors to consider—type of machine, length of cycle, and use of any special wash cycles just to name a few. You can add to that the time challenges presented by scheduling conflicts, distractions, and more.
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Your Wedding Dress & Its Happily Ever After
“After my wedding, I was convinced my dress was trashed. We had an outdoor ceremony and some of our reception, including our dance floor, was outdoors. The bottom of my perfect ivory dress was covered in dirt and had red wine stains.” — Laura
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Planning a Winter Wedding
When planned with romance in mind (regardless of the actual outside temps!), winter weddings can evoke thoughts of velvet-draped, candlelit, cozy events. If you’re planning a winter wedding, here are three key things to keep in mind.
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