Well, now that Thanksgiving is over, it's time to get back to business with our upcoming mixer! Our local networking group of Wedding Specialists meet on the first Tuesday of each month, at different locations, from 6:00 – 8:00pm, and admission is absolutely FREE!
Please join us for our next networking mixer on Tuesday evening, December 6, 2016 from 6:00-8:00pm at Majestic Garden Hotel 900 South Disneyland Drive Anaheim, 92802 next to Disneyland Castle themed, with 13 acres of strolling gardens and a koi pond!
Visit with other Wedding specialists, hear about becoming a Wedding Wizard, exchange business cards, and meet Kimberly and her team.
www.TheWeddingWizards.net • The Wedding Wizards is affiliated with The Wedding Guide publication
This is an outdoor event, so dress warm, and invite a few friends…..
Coming up: January 3, 2017 at Courtyard by Marriott, in Culver City/LA Westside
February 7, 2017 at Highway 39 Event Center, in Anaheim
March 7, 2017 at Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton, in Santa Ana/OC Airport
On the subject of Thank You notes... One of your duties as newlyweds is to acknowledge each and every wedding gift with a hand-written note of appreciation. Write your notes on plain white or pastel paper, perhaps with borders, but simple enough to maintain the dignity of the Wedding occasion. Mono-grammed stationery is also an elegant touch.
To help keep a record of gifts received, you can use a bridal book, an ordinary notebook, or a box of notecards. Allow space for the name of the giver, the description of the gift, and the date the thank you note was sent.
The easiest method is to combine your invitation list and your gift list on the same page; this way, addresses are readily available, and you only have to add two additional columns.
Ideally, you should write each note as the gift arrives, so that you won’t get behind. Regardless, however, all thank you notes MUST be sent within three months after your wedding.In circumstances where a prompt note is impossible (such as a large wedding of over 250 guests), a printed acknowledgement is acceptable but always followed by a hand-written note.
Since most gifts are sent to the bride, it is she who usually writes AND signs the notes, making a reference to the groom (“...John and I appreciated...”). In some cases, where the gift-giver is a stranger to the bride or a close friend of the groom’s, it is correct for the groom to do the honors. Always mention the specific gift. Most of all, be warm and appreciative, remembering that the gift-giver spent extra time and energy to choose something special for you both.
Our Recipe For A Successful Marriage includes 3 cups – Tenderness 1 cup – Commitment 1 cup – Consideration 1 cup – Courtesy 2 cups – Unselfish support 2 cups – Milk of human kindness 1 gal. – Faith in God & in each other Add 2 cup – Peace 3 cups – Cooperation 1 small pinch of in-laws 1 realistic financial budget 3 T pure extract of “I am sorry” 1 cup – Contentment 2 cups – open & honest communication 1 cup each: Confidence Encouragement Supportive friends Blindness to each other’s faults Individual interests and hobbies Mix in: Several mutual activities and hobbies
Flavor with occasional tokens of your love and a dash of happy memories. Stir well and remove any specks of temper, jealously, or criticism. Sweeten well with a generous portion of love and keep warm with steady flame of devotion. Never serve with a hot tongue or cold shoulder. “Stand together yet not too near… let there be spaces in your togetherness… fill each other’s cup but drink not from one cup… remember, the oak tree and the cypress do not grow in each other’s shadow."
by Debbie Christensen, Author
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.