Decorating the aisle for the bride's entrance is an affordable way to make a huge impact at your ceremony. With a few simple items and a small time investment, you can create the perfect look for her entrance. Here are a few unique ideas.
If you are interested in a fun science experiment or DIY project, you can make homemade versions of sparklers in your very own kitchen. Please don't try this if you aren't qualified to handle it.
Finding the right items to compliment our products is an important part of completing your theme. Whether you want additional products or accessories to personalize them, here is what you need to know.
While long considered a tradition, many new brides are looking for alternatives to the bridal bouquet toss at their reception. There are a lot of reasons that this can be a better option. Here are some great ideas to help you change things up.
Our products create very high temperatures, but are they hot enough to melt metal? Here is a breakdown of their effects and a list of the melting points of common metals. Though they make a lot of heat, most metals will be unaffected.
Some people are confused as to how many items they should buy. To make things easier, I've put together this simple 3 step guide to help you order the perfect amount for your event.
Colorado features beautiful mountain ranges, scenic trails, and crystal clear night skies that seem to go on for an eternity. Here are 3 venues to consider for a destination ceremony.
Katie and Doug relocate to Florida unexpectedly, and they change from having a lakeside reception to a beach celebration instead. Read their story here in the newest edition of "A Thousand Words".
Many couples wonder how to use sparklers for weddings or other celebrations or events. Whether you are looking for a few fun ideas or literally want to know how they work, I've created this post to answer all of your questions.