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5 Unexpected Ways to Incorporate Wine Into Your Wedding

We have come up with a variety of ways to include your favorite wines outside the bar! We have ideas from guest books to centerpieces!

Wine Bottle Guest Book

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Set aside a large bottle of wine where they can write notes on an unopened bottle of wine. On each anniversary to come, you'll have fun reading the heartfelt messages over a few glasses of vino. 

Wine Popsicles

Everyone love’s a boozy sweet treat right?! We love these 10 wine-infused ice pops! It’s a great addition to your dessert bar.

Wine Bottle Centerpieces

We love a good mood lighting at any wedding. While candles are a great romantic touch, we love the idea of a battery-powered lights because they will never blow out. You can use the fixtures to line the aisle or to hold the table numbers at your reception.

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Wine Box Ceremony

This is perfect for anyone who loves wine! The couple can write love letters and seal the envelopes before the wedding. During the ceremony, place this box with glasses and a bottle of wine. Shut these items together during the ceremony. Re-open this box on your one year anniversary!

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Wine Crate Centerpiece

We are all about repurposing items for any cause. The rustic boxes can be repurposed to hold your centerpieces at your reception. Go for fuller blooms, like hydrangeas or peonies, that'll add a soft touch to the box's rougher edges.


*Images: The Knot

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Bridal Allure - 2018 Fall South-Asian Bridal Expo!

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THE 2018 FALL SHOW

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Sunday, October 7, 2018!

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Come see the Newly Renovated Renaissance Dallas/Addison Hotel (Formerly Intercontinental)

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Plan your dream wedding with the industry's leading vendors! 

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Is Saving the Top Tier of Your Wedding Cake Still a Thing?

I am sure you have heard about wedding couples saving the top tier of their wedding cake, put it in the freezer, and eat it one year later. We are now asking, “is this really a thing?”.

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There is a right way to make this act still delicious without the sans freezer burns. Here’s a way to have your cake and eating it one year later as well.

Prepare:

Be sure to tell your baker to make sure the top of the cake isn’t cut into and is boxed right away. Be sure have someone to make sure it get’s home.

Avoid mess and freezer burn.

Once you’re ready to freeze, you’ll want to remove any décor (like sugar flowers) so the cake is clean, unadorned and easier to wrap up.

Be sure then to chill so the icing get hard. That way it won’t stick to the wrapping paper. Be sure to wrap the cake in multiple layers of plastic wrap. Never use aluminum foil at all costs. It causes freezer burn. Then finally wrap it in an airtight bag.

Know the shelf life.

It’s pretty unrealistic to have a cake that taste’s just as good in a year. Most people suggest to not store a cake longer than 6 months. You can eat at 6 months for a special anniversary or even wait it out a year. It won’t make you ill, but it won’t taste as great. Also, you can ask your baker to make a similar cake for your first anniversary.

Now you can always choose a cake that has a longer shelf like if you want to wait the entire year. The more dense and hearty the cake is the longer it will last in the freezer. Cakes with more delicate ingredients will dry out in the freezer faster. Pick your poison cake accordingly.




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