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Special to OneWed from wedding photographer Jonathon Smith on behalf of Blurb. 1. Remember the detail shots Don’t forget the detail shots for your wedding book. Think about things like the bouquet, something borrowed something blue, the back of the wedding dress, the rings, etc. These might be that last photographs that you would consider as most of the pictures in your book will have... (more)
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Special to OneWed by David Guas, author of DamGoodSweet On the heels of his critically acclaimed, James Beard- and IACP-nominated cookbook, Dam Good Sweet, Desserts to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth New Orleans Style, chef David Guas is gearing up to launch his first retail outlet, Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar & Eatery. A nostalgic tribute to his New Orleans, Louisiana hometown, this "homey, deep... (more)
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Ask the Experts is your chance to get all your wedding questions answered by a panel of wedding professionals. If you have a question for our wedding experts, write us at asktheexperts@onewed.com Dear Ask the Experts, Every article I read gives different advice about what sorts of things you can and can’t DIY. In your experience, what are the best things to DIY, and what are the best... (more)
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Ask the Experts is you chance to get professional wedding advice from OneWed’s panel of wedding experts. If you have a question write asktheexperts@onewed.com. Dear Experts I’m getting married in January in Chicago (I know, but we don’t have a lot of out of town guests, so I’m not worried about the weather). I’m on a tight budget but most of the DIY advice I see for flowers and... (more)
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