Think that because you’re on a budget, you can’t get wedding invitations that are both inexpensive and chic at the same time? Well, think again! With collections of beautiful and sophisticated designs at affordable prices, Ann’s Bridal Bargains gives you the best of both worlds.

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If you love the sophisticated look of engraved invitations, but not the price tag that goes along with them, Ann’s Bridal Bargains offers a collection of Raised Ink wedding invitations that will give you the effect you’re looking for. Raised ink or Thermography wedding invitations look great for all kinds of weddings and Ann’s Bridal Bargains offers a huge variety of designs to suit every wedding style from vintage to modern.

 

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And because each design is customizable online – you choose your colors and your wording – you’re sure to find the perfect invitation for your wedding day. Printed on high quality paper with high quality inks, you’ll be impressed how the invitations at Ann’s Bridal Bargains compare to the country’s top wedding invitation retailers.

Ann's Bridal Bargains Wedding Invitation

If you’re unsure about ordering online, the customer service team at Ann’s Bridal Bargains will work with you every step of the way and they’ll even send you samples so you can see before you purchase.

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Best of all, Ann’s Bridal Bargains is now offering Intimate Weddings readers an extra 15% off their wedding invitations order with the code INTIMATE15. Offer valid until September 30, 2014.

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Wanting a destination wedding, Aja and Miranda chose Tofino, where they first met, as the perfect location for their big day. Their ceremony was held on Chesterman Beach and the couple exchanged their vows by the sea in front of 75 of their closest friends and family. Following the ceremony, the brides and their guests headed over to the Tofino Botanical Gardens for a beautiful outdoor reception.

Special thanks to the talented duo at Ameris Photography for sharing the gorgeous photos with us!

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Aja & Miranda

Tofino, British Columbia, Canada

Wedding Date: August 3, 2013

Number of Guests:  75

Wedding Cost: $25,000 + donations

Wedding Ceremony Location: South Chesterman Beach, Tofino, BC

Wedding Reception Location: Tofino Botanical Gardens

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10 Stunning Summer Wedding Hairstyles

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The summer months can cause all sorts of hair issues. From constant frizz to curls dropping at a moments notice; it’s often hit and miss when it comes to our hair. On the upside, summer brings with it an array of gorgeous hairstyles for you to consider for your wedding. Summertime equates to carefree and loose hairstyles; so we’ve found 10 looks to save you from worrying about having a bad-summer-hair-day.

1. Flower Clip

Pin a small flower into your hair if you’re wearing it down. This works especially well if you have a side part, and the flowers can help to keep any loose strands from flying into your face.

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2. Cascading Floral Braid

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Blush pink is a popular wedding color choice these days, but if you prefer your pink to pack a little more punch, might we suggest Raspberry instead? Bright and bold, Raspberry pink is what we like to call “pretty with attitude”. It’s a super fun color, perfectly suited to the festive celebration that is your wedding day.

If you love bright pops of color, this color palette is for you! Like a ray of sunshine on your wedding day, it’s guaranteed to make you smile all day long.

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Purple is a hot color this year and pairs well with Raspberry pink for a dramatic jewel-toned color scheme.

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We love pairing pink and red together; it’s a bold choice, and while it’s not for everyone, it is oh so chic!

raspberry color palette

This one is similar to the last color palette, but the addition of black and gold gives this color scheme a sophisticated Kate Spade feel.

raspberry color palette

This almost neon color palette is slightly more muted and sophisticated than a full-on fluorescent pink and yellow combo, while still being super hip and on-trend.

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TJ and Shannon’s Vegas Destination Wedding

When you think of Las Vegas, chances are that sophisticated and intimate aren’t exactly the first adjectives that come to mind, but that’s exactly what TJ and Shannon wanted for their destination wedding in Sin City. Avoiding all the noise, flashing lights, and kitsch Las Vegas has to offer, the couple wed outdoors in the Venus Garden at Ceasar’s Palace followed by an intimate reception at the Barrymore; successfully capturing for their wedding day some vintage Vegas charm without any of the cheesiness!

A huge thanks to Mike Olbinski for sending over the photos so we could share them with you today!

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Shannon, 29 & Thomas, 31

Las Vegas, NV

Wedding Date: February 22, 2014

Number of Guests: 53

Wedding Cost: Around $15,000

Wedding Ceremony Location: Caesars Palace, Venus Garden

Wedding Reception Location: The Barrymore

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Why did you have an intimate wedding?

It was hard to have an intimate wedding in Las Vegas. When TJ asked me to marry him, I actually wanted to go to the Milwaukee Courthouse – no sparkles, no frills, just make it official. It didn’t take him long to convince me to do the next best thing and go to Las Vegas. When I think of Vegas, I think of cheesy parties, air conditioning, smokey casinos, blinking lights, dinging machines; those weddings are for some, but not us. So, we decided to have our ceremony in the Venus Garden at Caesars Palace so we could be outdoors. Our reception dinner was held at The Barrymore. It was exactly what we were looking for; it was intimate, cozy and has the vintage feel of Las Vegas without the cheese-factor. It was perfect.

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What are some the challenges that you faced planning an intimate wedding?  

Once we decided on a destination wedding, we knew it would pose difficulties for some guests. Traveling in/out of Milwaukee in the winter is a hit or miss on weather delays. That, in fact, came up with my brother who was delayed due to wind. He and his girlfriend arrived within a few hours of the ceremony. Besides that, planning the wedding was relatively painless! Both Caesars Palace and the Barrymore are both so beautiful, we didn’t need to bring in any other decorations to make our day special!

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Was it difficult to pare down the guest list?

Not at all. We knew the people who we love would make it there. And they did.

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Did you have any ‘issues’ with the small guest list from friends and family? If so, how did you address them?

TJ’s family is much bigger than mine so the scale was heavily weighed on one side. That didn’t pose any difficulties or issues though.

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What were the highlights of the ceremony? 

Shannon: Even though our ceremony started at 4:30PM, we decided to not do a first-look. Seeing each other for the first time walking down the aisle was very memorable and very emotional. The actual aisle was rather short so when we got to the base, my dad whispered “let’s stop” to me. I’m thankful he suggested it. When I looked up, I saw TJ looking at me, and all of our family and best friends who traveled so far to celebrate with us. It also gave me a few seconds to compose myself and stop crying.

TJ: Of course, seeing Shannon walk down the aisle is something I’ll never forget.

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What were the highlights of the reception?

Shannon: The food! The food was so good!

TJ: My grandmother’s toast. It was important that my 98-year old grandma be there and she delivered a wonderful toast to us.  Unrelated: she also played penny slots the whole trip and won a few bucks!

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What was the best thing about having an intimate wedding?

Having the destination wedding, we didn’t feel the need to invite long-lost cousins or my mom’s running buddy. We knew our families would be there and invited our closest and best friends. We knew everyone was there to celebrate and support us.

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What advice do you have for couples who are considering an intimate wedding?  

Do it!  Some brides like to plan, plan, plan and that’s awesome! We wanted simple and that’s how we kept it. We knew the day was about us and our love for each other. It wasn’t about the centerpieces, the flowers, the fireworks… it was about celebrating with our loved ones.

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Vendors:

Photographer: Mike Olbinski

Bridal robes: Etsy from silkandmore

RingsDonn Powers Jeweler, South Milwaukee

The Dresses: New York Dress & BHLDN

Bridal Sash: Etsy from BellaCescaBoutique

Suit: Indochino

Her shoes: BHLDN

His shoes: Johnston and Murphy

Bridal Accessories:Bauble Bar

Hair and Makeup:Krystle Randall

Ceremony songs: Devotchka – “The Winner Is” and The Darkness – “I Believe in a Thing Called Love”

 

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