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EVERY BRIDE NEEDS THIS!!! It's a invisible ink pen, write the guests name on the RSVP card before you send it out. If it comes back without a name on it, you will know who it is from. This has saved me A LOT of headaches.

Take a photo from behind the bride as she starts to walk down the aisle. Perfect so you can see the guests' reactions when they catch a glimpse of the bride for the first time!

Make a heart with your child's fingerprint and put it in a small frame or scrap book. Do this every year on Valentine's Day and make it a tradition! Do it on wax paper or parchment paper so each year you can over lap them and see the growth!

from TotalBeauty

34 Oh-So-Tiny Tattoos We Love

from Intimate Weddings - Small Wedding Blog - DIY Wedding Ideas for Small and Intimate Weddings - Real Small Weddings

How to Instagram Your Wedding

I love, love, love this. What a great way to see your wedding through your guests eyes!

If you send a wedding invitation to the President, you will receive a congratulatory letter from him and the First Lady. To invite the President, mail your invitation at least six weeks in advance of your wedding day to: The Honorable (President's Name) and Mrs. (First Lady) The White House Greetings Office Room 39 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington, DC 20500

from WeddingMix Blog

17 Insanely Affordable Wedding Ideas From Real Brides

These DIY centerpieces are super adorable and affordable! Awesome wedding budget ideas from real brides!!