A Thank you Don’t


Courtesy of Terra Cooper Photography

Courtesy of Terra Cooper Photography

This may seem like a more personal way out of writing a thank you note, but it is not a substitute.
Giving your thanks in person does not replace a gracious Thank you card. Those who attended your wedding and reception did so because they care about you, so please take a few moments to let them know that you appreciated their support, kindness and generosity. It is perfectly fine to hand deliver the note.

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Mormon Message – Voice of the Spirit



In a world full of noise and many voices, President James E. Faust invites us to listen to and follow the voice of the Spirit, which is calm and quiet and leads to eternal life.


A First Impression


Photo Courtesy of Burnt Exposure Photography

Photo Courtesy of Burnt Exposure Photography

Want to start your wedding reception off with a great customized look? Get a custom made window or wall cling to great your guests as soon as they walk thur the doors. You can have a monogram made, an image that reflects the theme or your reception, or a quote/saying that reflects the emotions of your wedding day.
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Loved Ones Wedding Bouquet


In Memory of... Wedding Bouquet. By Lindsey Jane Studio

In Memory of… Wedding Bouquet. By Lindsey Jane Studio

What a beautiful photo by Lindsey Jane Studio. Adding small pictures of your loved ones that have passed away keeps their memory with you all day.
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Eco Friendly your Wedding


Photography Courtesy of Alixann Loosle Photography

Photography Courtesy of Alixann Loosle Photography

Instead of buying flowers that have been shipped all over the country look for local options. Maybe your community has a community garden that you can pick flowers from. Some parks that have Rose Gardens allow you for a small fee to cut roses. Take a visit to your local farmers market and talk with the flower vendors, you can usually find beautiful arraignments for the fraction of the cost of going thru a florist. Find out if there are any u-pick flower farms, especially if your community has some u-pick fruit farms.
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Give Back With Your Wedding


Photo Courtesy of Stacey Kay Photography

Photo Courtesy of Stacey Kay Photography

If you are interested in donating your wedding dress the web site Donatemyweddingdress.org for a list of organizations that accept wedding gowns.
You can donate to military couples who are facing deployment or were deployed with in the last 5 years.
Maybe you would like to help the people of Carcasse, Haiti with medical treatment, schooling, clean water and communication.
You can help a terminally ill or severely challenged bride with your wedding dress.
Give a low income bride in the Washington, D.C. beautiful wedding day.
If you are interested in education; your dress can help fund education for underprivileged children in New York City.
Help support programs for breast cancer patients and their families.
Or just donate to your local Goodwill.
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Give Back With Your Wedding


Photo Courtesy of Kimbry Studios

Photo Courtesy of Kimbry Studios

Your wedding dress is a very personal purchase so why not make it count. These organizations receive donated dresses from designers, stores and individuals. The dresses are at huge discounts and the profits benefit their cause.

- Brides Against Breast Cancer has a store front in Sarasota, Florida and a national mobile store, check their website to find out if they will be visiting your area.
- Brides for a Cause is partnered with Wish Upon a Wedding grant weddings and vow renewals to couples that are facing terminal illness and serious life-altering situations. They have a store front in Portland, OR and will be having trunk shows on the West Coast beginning in September.
- If you are in the New York area visit The Bridal Garden where your dress purchase will help fund education for disadvantaged children.
- In the Washington, DC area visit St. Anthony’s Bridal where ALL their wedding gowns are $150 plus tax regardless of the designer. This organization believes that every bride deserves a beautiful wedding and that no couple should start their marriage in debt. They provide a wedding gown and free reception items for low to middle income couples and REALLY good deals for those who can afford to pay $3000 for their wedding.
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Give Back With Your Wedding


Photo Courtesy of Tonya Joy Photography

Photo Courtesy of Tonya Joy Photography

Flowers from Centerpieces and Arraignments an be taken to local Hospices and Nursing Homes. If you happen to have your reception in the Los Angeles or New York City areas you can contact FlowerPower.org to deliver them for you.

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Mormon Message – Mountains to Climb



Finding faith in the Lord Jesus Christ will help us have the power to endure and overcome challenges in life.


WeddingLDS.com Contributing Photographer – Lindesy Jane Studios


Lindsey Jane Studios

Lindsey Jane Studios

We are so thankful to all the wonderfully talented photographers that allow us to use their photos on our sites. This week is dedicated to a few of the many talented.
Lindsey Jane Studios is a husband and wife team (Lindsey and Todd McCormick). Their photos are beautiful, poetic and reflect the feelings and emotions of each wedding. Based in Knoxville, Tennessee, Lindsey Jane Studios has photographed weddings from Hawaii to France.

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