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Popular Wedding Song Selections

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When planning for your wedding reception, there's a lot to think about from the food to the music that will be played. With so many great songs out there, where do you even begin when choosing the songs for those special dances at your wedding? Today's blog from Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches offers a list of popular song choices.

Popular First Dance Songs 
You want your first dance as husband and wife to express your relationship and the love you have for one another. Try one of these popular songs for your first dance:  Amazed by Lonestar At Last by Etta James A Thousand Years by Christina Perri Can't Help Falling in Love by Elvis Presley Can't Take My Eyes Off You by Frankie Valli Come Rain or Come Shine by Ray Charles Everything by Michael Buble You Are The Best Thing by Ray LaMontagne You Are by Lionel Richie All of Me by John LegendThinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran I Wont' Give Up by Jason Mraz Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol Make You Feel My Love by Adele Lucky…

7 Unique Wedding Guest Book Ideas

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Out with the old and in with the new! Traditional wedding guests books often get thrown on a shelf and looked at maybe once a year during your anniversary. Make the guest book something a little more special that you can cherish for years to come. Keep reading for some unique guest book ideas from your favorite bridal boutique in Palm Beach.


1. The Bucket List Guest Book.
If you're an adventurous couple that's always looking for new experiences, try the Bucket List Guest Book. Ask guests to leave recommendations of places to go and things to see that you can add to your bucket list. For years to come, you'll have ideas of fun ways to spend time with your new spouse. Adventure awaits!

2. Vintage Vinyl Guest Book.
For the music buffs, consider having your guests sign some vintage vinyl. Scour garage sales or thrift shops for old, inexpensive albums to use for your guest book. You can then use them to create a modern piece of artwork to display over your stereo and music stora…

Caring for Your Wedding Dress Before & During the Wedding

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With the help of Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches, you've found your dream wedding dress! The wedding, however, is still months away. You want to ensure your dress stays safe and in tip-top shape for the big day. Today's blog from the best bridal salon in Royal Palm Beach, Florida offers tips for caring for your dress, from how to store it and transport it to caring for it during the wedding.

Storing Your Wedding Dress
The best place to store your wedding dress is in a cool, dry place. A climate-controlled environment is very important when it comes to protecting your wedding gown. You want to avoid large swings in temperature and high humidity. Both can cause premature aging in lace and other delicate fabrics. Light tends to cause discoloration in fabrics, so be sure to keep your dress in a dimly lit or dark space, avoiding any harsh light. You probably want to avoid hanging it in a closet that is used daily. However, if you store it in the basement, you'll want to be w…

Finding the Perfect Hairstyle for Your Wedding Dress

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Once you've found your dream dress at the best bridal boutique in South Florida, it's time to start thinking about your hairstyle for the big day. Certain hair-do's work better with different dress styles. Keep reading to learn what type of hairstyle works best with the neckline you chose for your bridal gown.

1. Off-the-Shoulder Neckline. 
For an off-the-shoulder neckline, keep it elegant with a softly swept-up hairstyle. This will draw attention to the eye-catching, off-the-shoulder portion of the dress.

2. V-Neck. 
The point of a plunging v-neck is to show off some skin, in a sexy and romantic way. You don't want to cover that up with your hair, so be sure to go with a hairstyle that's at least halfway, if not all the way up.

3. Halter Neckline. 
For halter style dresses, a half-up, half-down type of hairstyle works great. This way the portion of your hair that is down can rest on your back, while the "up" part allows for showing off the front of the d…