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From Icy Blue To Jewel Tone

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Blue toneWinter wedding colors can go with the theme of the season by incorporating icy tones, jewel tones, or holiday colors. They can be used as contrast against a sometimes bleak and colorless time of year or to play up a winter wonderland theme. They are generally cool in tone, though warm-toned accent colors can add interest to the overall appearance of the ceremony or the reception hall.

Ice and Snow

You can play up winter’s icy beauty by choosing to use delicate baby blue, shades of gray and silver, lilac, periwinkle, navy blue, and white. Want a winter wonderland theme? This is the color palette for you.

You can use navy blue or periwinkle as the trim on your dress, for example, and then have your bridesmaids wear that color.

Add silver and white into the decorations and consider giving the bridesmaids pearl or silver jewelry to wear in the wedding.

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10 Incredibly Nice Things to Do For Him

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Watching SportsThere are a number of incredibly nice things that you can do for the man in your life to let him know how much he means to you. Really thinking about his personality and hobbies and personalizing your gestures will demonstrate that you care about him. You will surprise the man in your life with your thoughtful and tailored gestures.

One incredibly nice thing you could do for him is to make arrangement to have his car professionally detailed. Many men take pride in their car and enjoy spending their time to make sure it looks and runs its best. You can let him know that you understand his fascination with his car by making the arrangements to have the car detailed. If you know that he will be out of town for a few days, try making the arrangements for that time so that it will be a surprise for him when he returns. If you are unable to do this in secret, go ahead and let him know about your plans. It’s okay that it won’t be a surprise because he will probably enjoy being involved in the process.

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Saying It With Flowers

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Floral ArragementsFlowers are such a joyous expression of nature that special days and festivities are just naturally associated with them. Giving someone flowers is a symbol of both, honour and affection. But the possibilities of flowers do not stop with mere gift bouquets. Flowers artfully arranged can bring the best of nature into interiors and provide drama and visual impact that is hard to equal with any other ingredient. It is this that has made flower arranging such a vital part of modern homes and offices.

Even your small neighbourhood florist will combine flowers with a few stalks of foliage to make up an interesting bouquet. But artistry with flowers goes far beyond just throwing them together. The Japanese art of flower arrangement, called ‘Ikebana’, meaning ‘flowers kept alive’, originated in Japan 500 years ago. Ikebana is actually about bringing the vibrant green outdoors into your room in a special container, using leaves, branches, buds, blossoms, pods, fruits, and grasses, apart from full-bloomed flowers. The perfect visual harmony in Ikebana arrangements follows some design principles and schools such as the ikenobo, ohara and sogetsu. Such formal schools follow certain rules for construction in arranging stems, leaves, flowers and shoots.

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