Friday, February 22, 2013

Wedding Reception

When my husband and I got married, the wedding reception was catered by the hotel where we stayed.  It was included in the package and the hotel was also in-charge for the decoration at the wedding reception hall.  It was a very special day for us  as we have seen  most of my family  from both sides.  It was just sad that  my husband is alone, his family are miles away so they couldn't come but nevertheless, it was a wonderful day for all of us.  

Upon seeing the selection of centerpieces at eFavorMart, it immediately reminds me of that day.  The motif colors  of our wedding were yellow and red.  This floating candle bowl looks makes an elegant centerpiece, perfect for a romantic night or for special occasion such as  anniversaries.  Some  women are gifted  and skillful when it comes to hosting parties.  They sure know what to do in decorating and putting things together.  I lack on this aspect, I am not good with  decorating or hosting a party for that matter.  

Anyhow, if you are looking for a perfect center piece to use  with the occasion you are planning to host, check out the selection at  the above mentioned website.  They have different selection.  You can also  view their video tutorials if you want to  learn  how to do it.


  1. Your centerpiece is very pretty. Hosting a party is a lot of work but also a lot of fun.

  2. That's a beautiful centerpiece. Though, I prefer a tray of fruits as centerpiece because it does not only beautify, it's edible as well.

  3. Thanks for this very useful info you have provided us. I will bookmark this for future reference and refer it to my friends. More power to your blog.

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