HAPPY CYBER MONDAY: Cyber Sale From Josh & Jen Photography

November 28, 2011

Happy Cyber Monday!

For those of you who’ve saved some black friday money, you’re in luck! 

Today marks the 6th Anniversary of the official shopping holiday, created to persuade online shoppers to do just that!

Josh and Jen Photography has launched their very own “Cyber Sale”!

If you are a bride-to-be you may want to see how their sale can benefit your wedding budget.  See details below:

Cyber Sale starts today and goes till Friday
16×20 Canvas Gallery Wrap $99.99 (regular price $335)
20×24 Luster Photographic Print $89.99 (regular price $225.00)
Mini Accordion Albums Buy 1 get 2 FREE (regular price $50.00 each)
Pre Purchase your 2012 portrait session $49.95 (regular price $150.00)
We will add a shopping cart to our blog later today. You can order from any session in 2011 with no fee to pull off the archives.

Visit their vendor page HERE
Contact Josh and Jen Photography HERE

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Celebrate Black Friday at Bowties Bridal!

November 25, 2011

HAPPY BLACK FRIDAY!

Contact your wedding vendors to see if they’re offering Black Friday Specials!

BOWTIES BRIDAL IS!

While you’re out shopping, be sure to swing by Bowties Bridal salon! 

They’re giving away a FREE Wedding Veil with any gown purchased on Black Friday!!!

Contact them for specific rules & regulations.

Check out Bowties Bridal HERE

Contact Bowties Bridal HERE

THANKFUL THURSDAY: Happy Thanksgiving!

November 24, 2011

IN THIS TIME OF GRATITUDE, WE GIVE THANKS
FOR YOU.  WE VALUE YOUR PATRONAGE AND
APPRECIATE YOUR CONFIDENCE IN US.

ON BEHALF OF ALL OF US AT
LAS VEGAS BRIDE, WE WISH YOU
A VERY HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

(If you need us during Thanksgiving, call Mark, he’s probably
still working. The rest of us are at home with our families.
Just kidding, Happy Thanksgiving!)

– Jessie

POLL WED: What are you thankful for?

November 23, 2011

We traditionally celebrate Wednesdays with a poll. 

We initially were going to ask;

what are you thankful for? 

But we knew the answer!

Today, like other Wednesdays, will be a blur of a day.  You’re probably like most brides, who – regardless of busy holiday plans, and the chaos that comes with it – doesn’t take a day off of wedding planning.  Even if all you do is contemplate bridesmaid shoe options, you don’t stop.  You may even have a long list of tasks to complete; engagement photos to be taken, holiday photos to be taken, wedding invitations to address, holiday cards to address…

On top of that, your parent-in-laws-to-be are coming to visit, you have two dinners parties planned, your floors are dirty and toilets could use a good scrub down.  And don’t forget the grocery shopping that needs to be done, food to be prepped, which in fact leads to gym time needing to be scheduled!  Today, like every day in the life of a bride-to-be is a full day, and it’s just begun.

Just when your whole day seems overtaken, when you feel frustrated, rundown, and tired…you can stop and remember what it’s all for.  Thanksgiving is a perfect time to be thankful that you don’t have to face it alone.  You have a great fiancée that will keep you going through the holiday chaos and through your big day! 

Every bride-to-be can add their prince charming to their “to be thankful for” list!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thank you Neon City Media for the photos.

Check out Neon City Media: HERE

Contact Neon City Media: HERE

 

 
– Jessie

 

Tip Tuesday: Holiday Tips for the Bride

November 22, 2011

Planning a Wedding During The Holidays While Keeping Your Sanity

Wedding planning is hard enough.  Now add the holidays, when baking, shopping, parties and family traditions consume your time; how do you manage wedding planning, oh, and keeping the amount of sanity you have left?  We’ve compiled some great tips for doing just that!

Organize Yourself

If you haven’t put together a wedding binder, nows the time!  The discipline of keeping organized will not only help you plan your wedding, but plan your time.  Don’t make your binder, or calendar, SO big and complicated you refuse to use it.  Make it carry along friendly.  Add your spreadsheets, and stick Holiday related lists in the front.

Invitation Guest List

Since the day you got engaged, you started updating and adding to your address book.  Therefore, sending Christmas cards this year should be a sinch.  If you’ve procrastinated on this, get going!  Just think, collecting the data is killing two birds with one stone.  There isn’t a more perfect time to collect this information, since you’ll most likely be seeing all your family and friends this time of year.  Just remember, keep your binder close!  Also, save postage and include an informal Save the Date with your Holiday cards!

Dress Shopping

As you shop around for new winter-wear, that cute holiday party outfit, or Christmas gifts, keep your eyes peeled for bridesmaid’s dresses.  These days bridesmaid dresses are fun and modern and can be found in almost any store!

Sale!

Black Friday and after Christmas sales are perfect for picking up those remaining items on your wish list, and also for grabbing some amazing wedding bargains!  You can grab strands of lights, candles, candies and even a pretty Honeymoon dress.

Mock Runs

Since you’ll most likely be having people over for a party, try out that wedding caterer, baker and florist you’ve been considering.  If you’re doing the DIY thing, try it out now!  You’ll get a good idea of the work involved and find out if you’re really capable of doing your own flowers, ifnothign else it’s great practice before the big day.

Hair and Make-up Test Run


Most brides have their hair and make-up trials, only to head home or run errands, looking a bit overdone.  Really completes the idea; “all dressed up and nowhere to go.”  If you plan things perfectly, you can test out your wedding day hair and makeup at your holiday party.

Dear Santa,

Feel free to include your wedding wish list items on your Christmas wish list.  Don’t be afraid to include your shoes, jewelry or other accessories.  You can even ask for gift certificates to that spa  for pre-wedding pampering, or to the limo company so you can upgrade your transportation.

Pay Extra Attention During Religious Services

Many people who don’t’ regularly attend a religious service, find themselves at church or synagogue during the holidays.  If you are one of these people, and are planning a religious wedding this is a perfect time to familiarize yourself with scripture, hymns or songs.  Many services this time of year are about celebrations, new life, miracles and love, all appropriate topics to include include in your wedding.  It’s also a great time to introduce yourself to the priest, rabbi or religious leader and if you’re interested, start some pre-wedding counseling

Enjoy the holidays as a bride-to-be.  Don’t kill yourself planning a wedding while getting through the holidays.  Find ways to combine the two and most of all have fun!  The holidays are only once a year and your wedding; once in a lifetime!

 

 -Jessie

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

November 21, 2011

 IN THIS TIME OF GRATITUDE, WE GIVE THANKS FOR YOU.  WE VALUE YOUR PATRONAGE AND APPRECIATE YOUR CONFIDENCE IN US.

 

 

 

ON BEHALF IF ALL OF US AT LAS VEGAS BRIDE,

WE WISH YOU
A VERY HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

FREE FRIDAY! Win a Dream Wedding Gown!

November 18, 2011

Have you entered our online contests?

DO YOU WANT A FREE WEDDING GOWN OF YOUR DREAMS?

 

 

You only need to register with us ONCE TO WIN… any of our prizes…
Once you have entered for ONE PRIZE you are entered for ALL PRIZES.
All of our winners are notified by email!

Have a great weekend!
Jessie

RSVP Party Rentals

November 17, 2011

Happy Thank You Thursday!

We like to thank our client’s EVERY day, but on Thursday’s we’d like to go above and beyond.

 

Today we bring you; RSVP Party Rentals!

 

Since 1985 RSVP Party Rentals has been providing quality equipment and top notch service to our clients.
We stock thousands of chairs, ranging from Samsonite folding chairs to elegant Chiavari chairs.
Our large table inventory includes tables in all shapes and sizes, including hard to find specialty tables.
Our linen selection is one of the most extensive found anywhere. 

We stock items in over 60 different colors and prints. 

We feature napkins, banquet cloths, 90″, 108″, 120″ and 130″ rounds, skirting, chair covers, etc.

Other items include china, glassware, crystal, flatware, tents, dance floor, staging, pipe and drape, A/V equipment, bars, wedding items, etc.

See some of our newest products on our website, like our Photo booth and Karaoke Machine!
Thanks to our quality products and great service, RSVP has grown to become the largest party company in the state of Nevada.

For more information on RSVP Party Rentals – CLICK HERE!

Contact RSVP Party Rentals to start planning your big day today! – CLICK HERE!

 

 Happy Wedding Planning!
Jessie

Only a Few Short Weeks Left to Cast Your Vote!!

November 16, 2011

Poll Wednesday:

The 2011 Las Vegas Wedding Awards! 

Happening – Tuesday, December 6th

Be a part of the history being made in the Las Vegas Wedding Industry – AND VOTE TODAY!

TO VOTE OR NOMINATE YOUR FAVORITES… PLEASE FILL OUT THE INFORMATION IN THE LINK BELOW, AS NECESSARY TO MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT AND VALIDATE YOUR VOTE. YOU MUST REGISTER AS EITHER A VALID BRIDE AND GROOM, OR AS A WEDDING PROFESSIONAL. ONLY ONE VOTE PER BRIDE AND GROOM, AND ONLY ONE VOTE PER WEDDING COMPANY. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE RULES AND REGULATIONS.

 

 VOTING ENDS SOON!

THURSDAY, NOV 24 AT 5:00PM,

SO BE SURE TO VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE WEDDING PROFESSIONALS HERE!

 

 

 

 

 

Las Vegas Marriage License

November 15, 2011

Las Vegas Marriage License Details

There is no blood test or waiting period in Nevada.  You must be 18 unless you have your parents’ consent.  Each party must have a state ID, military ID, passport, or original birth certificate.  Social security numbers are also required.  Your marriage license will be good for one year from the time you secure it. 

The marriage license fee is $55, and it must be paid in cash.  There must be at least one additional witness other than the person performing the ceremony.  Those couples who reside outside the U.S. will need to provide proof of their birthdates, such as a passport or other country-issued ID, in order to obtain a marriage license.  There is no other special documentation that will need to be provided.  Those couples will need to contact officials in their country of origin to find out how to register their marriage at home. 

Marriage License Office and Hours

Clark County Marriage Bureau

201 Clark Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89155-1603

Phone: 702.671.0600

Hours: Open daily 8 a.m. to midnight, including holidays