Agent Provocateur believes that passion and intimacy should be indulged, and that exploring your inner desires and fantasies profoundly enriches your life.
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Our bridal wear range will bring magic and passion to your nuptials, while our maternity range promises to keep you feeling beautiful and desirable. Our stunning and sophisticated footwear collection caters for both your private and professional life allowing you to feel wantonly vibrant and sexy. And, in our alluring swimwear collection you will find abundant appealing styles, daring you to choose between ingénue or temptress.
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Twisted Silver is the imaginative trailblazer of the "convertible jewelry" movement. Belts become necklaces...become chokers... become multi-wrap bracelets! Rare is it to find a piece of jewelry always outside of the box, yet instantaneously fashionable and recognizable.
Because Twisted Silver lets you define how to wear the jewelry, your imagination is your only limitation. Give free reign to your individuality. One piece of jewelry.....SO many options! It's great to be a girl!
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Additional Details You'd Like To Share: I saw your $2000.00 wedding package with "no exceptions" but I have a question. Does this mean that you don't do weddings with more than 8 guests, or is it that the price just rises? As mentioned above, we are planning on having about 20 guests. If you would still do a wedding of that size, please let me know. I'm very excited to find a planner that offers an all-inclusive wedding package, and because we are not wanting a reception--this type of package would work out great. Does the package include the ceremony location fee? Also, we were thinking of having the wedding in March or April. Oh, and one more question. The thought of having a videographer has come across my mind. Have you ever worked with one? Thanks for any help, and I look forward to hearing from you!!!
Linda & Harriett was started by Liz Coulson Libre in 2005 as a custom hand-stamp invitations line. Liz worked one on one with the client to come up with the design and had rubber stamps made specifically for that invitation. Each piece was then hand-stamped, resulting in a fully customized and handmade invitation set.
After deciding she wanted to make her designs available as note card sets, Liz began to experiment with letterpress printing – a form of press printing that grew out of hand printing with stamps and woodblock type. In May of 2007, Linda & Harriett launched its first line of letterpress note cards. And now with the help of its printer in Portland, Maine, Linda & Harriett has a full line of letterpress note cards, oversized flats and its first calendar. And as of November 2007, Linda & Harriett is now exclusively offering custom designed letterpress invitations.
Liz Coulson Libre is the designer behind Linda & Harriett. While she was never formally trained as a designer, she has always been crafty and earned a BA in Art from Bates College, where she did a year-long thesis in mixed-media.
In September of 2007, Liz was joined by her husband John (also a Bates alum), who left his job in advertising to oversee all marketing and sales of Linda & Harriett. Together, Liz and John share a vision for a high quality product with good taste and simple design.
The "New" Guestbook: Your guests will sign with our easy-to-use included diamond tip Signature Engraving Scribe. It's better than a paper guest book. It lasts forever! All of our signature mats and platters can be personalized with engraving, logos, and symbols.
The buffets can serve a two fold purpose. They of course, taste good to your guests, and can work as a wedding favor as well. Your guests can select the candies of their choice, and only those that want a treat will come to get one...no leftovers all around your reception tables to clean up at the end of the night. A special touch of your favorite candies and small beautiful treat bags can wrap up your special evening.
Here are some tips and ideas to help you create a beautiful candy buffet at a low cost.
- Find affordable containers at the Dollar Stores, Wal-Mart, and even yard sales or flea markets. Get clear glass containers that are affordable and look nice. Buy large and small containers for a nice variety. Don’t forget to buy scoopers for getting the candy out of the containers. Remember if you use containers to place them on display blocks that are then covered by the table cloth and assorted decorations. This creates a tiered effect and makes the table visually appealing.
- Keep in mind that guests will need to reach into the vase to pull out candy. Choose vases with wide enough mouths to allow for easy access.
- Small Chinese food take out containers make cute containers. You can get these in your wedding colors, and/or add ribbon or stickers with your name and date.
- Decorate the table – tablecloths, table runners, flowers, pictures. These things can be added to make your candy buffet table great. Coordinate your table with your wedding colors. You can get great prices on containers, decorations, paper and table supplies (even candy) at Shindigz and Oriental Trading Company, Inc.
- You can add extra decor such as a chocolate fountain, cookies, candy bars or any other dessert items you like such as brownies, cookies or even pie slices. If it has sugar in it ... it works.
- If money is not an option or space, you can rent a carnival candy station (with cotton candy cones), popcorn machines, or even buy popcorn already in containers..
- Purchase affordable candy – don’t forget those after holiday sales. Purchase candies after Halloween, Christmas, Valentine’s Day and Easter and put it away for your wedding. Candy usually stays fresh for at least 6 months. Buy candy in bulk at places like Candy You Ate as a Kid, Sam’s Club and Costco.
- Buy sodas from Jones Soda -- where the cans are personalized with the bride and grooms face and name. (It's a definite conversation piece.)
- Color makes a difference – coordinated colors look more elegant than random selections.
- If you are having a theme or holiday wedding such as Christmas, ribbon candies, candy canes and other holiday candies add a nice touch.
- Also, be sure to have some clearly marked sugar free, peanut free, milk free, and gluten free candies for those with food allergies/ intolerances or special diets. Just so everyone can be included.
- How much candy would you need for 100 guests? A good rule of thumb is 1/4-1/2 pound PER GUEST. People tend to eat more when it’s a candy free for all! This comes out to about 40-50 pounds of candy.
- How many type of candy should you buy? It's up to you, but somewhere between 8-12 types is a good variety. Too many varieties and you won’t have enough of anything. Too few varieties, and you’ll likely run out of the “top choices”.
- What type of candy should you buy? Get candy that is individually wrapped such as Hershey Kisses, or has a hard coating (like M&Ms). Gummi items can get hard if they sit out too long, licorice is too sticky for guests to pull on all night unless it is individually wrapped. The most successful candies will be wrapped or hard. And, again, remember to buy scoops.... no one wants candy when hands have been in it... especially if there are children at the wedding. And, don't forget the Jordan almonds ... they are a staple at weddings.
- Is a candy buffet expensive? It can be. It all depends on what you buy and how much you buy.