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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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Birthday Party Blues


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Birthday Party BluesIt is a great relief these days when my children’s birthdays, a mere three weeks apart, arrive in the summer and all I have to do is take them shopping a couple of times, or pay for a treat with their friends. Not too long ago, when they were little children, their birthdays were occasions for me to be totally stressed out, and for my husband and me to be at each other’s throats.

My husband felt that the birthdays could be an occasion for us to return the hospitality of many couples and families who had entertained us, as well as a chance to call the children of some really important contacts of his. I felt that the birthdays should be an occasion for my children to call their friends, period. Long before the actual dates, we would begin our lively skirmishes about the guest list, finally compromising with great difficulty on the actual day. I had the upper hand in relative terms because I was doing all the actual work at home, but my husband was also making many trips in the car with soft drinks, cake, dropping child guests home etc., and he would demand that his guests be accommodated even at the last possible minute.

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