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Inspiration Board: Pink Summer Hearts

Posted on June 22nd, 2011 by Mandy Webster

I love checking out all of the latest wedding products as they come in! This morning, I saw these adorable DIY HEART Fan Program Paper Kits (pictured bottom right) and had to share. So, I threw together this little inspiration board of pink summer hearts to get you in the mood for your next romantic pink summer wedding!

Summer Hearts and Pink Decor

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Valentine’s Day Wedding Tips

Posted on January 6th, 2011 by Mandy Webster

Planning a Valentine’s Day wedding? Here are some great tips from the Your Tango Love Feed:

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Wedding Inspirations: Heart Themed Wedding

Posted on October 15th, 2010 by Mandy Webster

Heart Themed wedding collage

Every happy couple wants a wedding that symbolizes their love and commitment to one another. And, nothing says love like the classic heart shape that represents the center of human emotion in Western culture.

Heart History

The heart as we know it today was first popularized in the Victorian era. However, it’s origins are far older. In fact, this ancient symbol has been traced back to a time before the last ice age! The symbol has been found in ancient Cro-Magnon pictograms… although, there’s no way to know if it held the same meaning for these ancient hunters as it does for us today. (Probably not.)

While a totally overblown heart themed wedding is ‘so last-century,’ artfully placed heart decor can add the perfect touch of romance to any wedding without coming off as too kitschy.

The Platinum Hearts Program Paper Kit – Half Fold (also available in Tri-Fold) is a perfect example of a small heart embellishment with its platinum silver hearts and white organza ribbon. And the great thing about these wedding invitations is they are Do It Yourself!

Ancient Egyptians viewed the heart as the ‘center of life and mortality,’ while the Greeks considered it “the center of the soul and the source of heat within the body.” And, Roman author, Ovid once wrote, “Although Aesculapius himself applies the herbs, by no means can he cure a wound of the heart.” (From Timeline: Heart in History.) Read more »


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