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Marriage Advice Clock

Posted on December 17th, 2007 by Kori Ellis in Funny, Wedding Fun, Wedding Registry 5 Comments

Marriage Advice ClockI came across the cutest clock the other day, so I thought I should share it with you. It would make an adorable wedding or anniversary gift.

The Marriage Advice Clock looks like a postcard. It has a “stamp” in the corner and is covered with witty and wise words of wisdom for the bride and groom. It would make a great wedding or anniversary gift.

It can be hung on the wall or sit on the nightstand or table. If you are interested, you can buy it at TheHandsWork.com, where you can find a bunch of other clocks and other home decor.

Speaking of marriage advice, what’s the best marriage advice that you have ever heard?

Here’s some oldies but goodies:

  • Don’t ever go to bed mad.
  • Count to 10 before you speak.
  • Call if you are going to be late.
  • Look your spouse in the eyes when talking to him/her.
  • Say thank you and please.
  • Try to always eat dinner together.
  • Hold hands in public.

Oh … and buy your wife diamonds for every occasion you can afford them.

Just kidding! (I think!)

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Ultimate Wedding Registry Workbook

Posted on November 9th, 2007 by Kori Ellis in Wedding Registry 2 Comments

Ultimate Wedding Registry WorkbookWhen you are selecting items for your bridal registry, it’s oftentimes difficult to make decisions. Of course a $500 set of sheets or $200 picture frame are luxurious choices, however not very practical.

If you make the right choices when creating your wedding registry, you will receive an incredible array of gifts that are both stylish and useful as you embark on your new life together as a couple.

The Ultimate Wedding Registry Workbook is the perfect tool to help you make these decisions.

This workbook by Sharon Naylor is designed to help the wedding couple choose the best wedding gifts for their life together. By using the workbook you can make the right decisions about which gifts to add to your registry to fit your particular lifestyle and needs. It also offers alternatives to the traditional registry, including ways to afford a fabulous honeymoon or make charity donations.

Sharon Naylor is author of dozens of wedding books, as well as a contributor to many bridal magazines and websites. Check out her entire collection of books at www.sharonnaylor.net. Another terrific book is her “1000 Best Wedding Bargains.”

This book offers insider secrets from industry experts on how to plan your dream wedding on a budget. You can purchase any of Sharon’s books at Amazon.com.

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