Honeymoon derives from Honey the base for mead, which the Bride would drink as it was believed to increase fertility and Moon where it was believed that to marry on a full moon would bring good fortune to both families.
Create your own sacred space for mediation and relaxation outdoors.
Add a cushion and turn it into a comfortable lounge to share with others.
The Bride’s bouquet comes from the old tradition of strong smells warding off evil spirits and bringing good fortune. During the plague in England, people wore pouches of flower petals around their necks because they thought it would stop them from catching the plague, thought to be carried by strong smells.
The throwing of the bouquet is ‘the Bride spreading her good fortune and luck’ – Whoever catches it will be blessed with good luck and be the next to marry.
Sunbrite television is high definition, waterproof and fully enclosed in order to prevent rain, dust and dirt from entering the system. A dual fan airflow keeps the television cool in heat of up to 122 Fahrenheit while an internal heater maintains the system in temperatures as low as -24 Fahrenheit. The remote control, electrical cord and speakers are also waterproof.
The first known white wedding dress was worn in 1499 by Anne of Brittany, for her marriage to Louis XII of France. Until that time, women simply wore their best dress, often yellow or red in color. In biblical times, most dresses were blue because blue symbolized purity. But in China and Japan the brides have traditionally always worn white. White is the color of mourning, which is thought to be appropriate as the bride is leaving her family of birth to join that of her husband’s thereby undergoing a symbolic death. Since early Roman times, white symbolized a joyful celebration. In the twentieth century white stood for purity. Today it is a symbol of happiness.
Enjoy Swan Lake by the lake.
Available without neck and tail (umbrella optional). Black, brown and silver are additional color options.
Did you know the tradition of throwing the garter goes back to the 14th century? At that time people believed that the clothes the bride wore were lucky. It was believed who ever caught the garter would experience good luck and fortune.
The tradition has changed a little since then. Now the groom tosses the garter to men who are not married. It is thought whoever catches it will be the next one to be married.
Traditionally the garter will be on the bride’s right leg just above the knee. Sometimes a bride will wear 2 in order to have a throw away garter and have one as a keepsake.
This sofa offers so much more than an office with a sofa. This is a Hi-tech product and futuristic sofa design.
This circular sofa with pillows on each side serves as a backrest. On one side there is a mounted flat screen television. Futuristic design for a sofa includes capacity of more than two people and get together in a circle.
There is also a table in the middle of the circle. (No need to get up to get the snacks)
If white is not futuristic for you select cheerful red, calm and soft blue, black or white or pink.
Quality, comfort and fit on your wedding day, your honeymoon and everyday.
A man stands taller when his clothes fit him properly.
Celebrate your wedding day in a customized suit, shirt and tie from J. Hilburn.
The groom deserves an experience unmatched by traditional retail stores. Walk into an average store and you’ll get a shirt or suit that’s average. If you aspire for more chose from an array of Italian fabrics and a variety of style options, all from the convenience of your office or home.
For your wedding day – chose your custom shirt, personalized suit, tie and cufflinks. Your groomsmen will love their custom shirts and accessories
For your honeymoon – One stop shopping for pants, shirts, tees, polos, jeans, sweaters, belts, socks- you name it.
Your clothing will look, feel and fit better
Sofa Desk by designer John Pawson is a great example of multi-functional furniture.
The combination of a sofa and a desk also offer extra storage space.