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May 2013 Archive

Vote Today in 2 Travel Anywhere’s Honeymoon Contest!

Nashville’s trusted honeymoon travel agency, 2 Travel Anywhere is hosting a honeymoon contest! Be sure to check out the photos and vote for your favorite honeymoon featured on their contest site.  The lucky winning couple will have their honeymoon pictures published in the next issue of Enchanted Brides magazine.  Vote today! Contest ends June 7.

Best of luck to the couples!!

Nashville’s Oakwood The Greener Cleaners Welcomes New Seamstress and Customer Service Manager!

Oakwood Cleaners is truly a one-of-a-kind dry cleaning and alteration business in Nashville.  Family owned and operated by Alan and Rhonda Wernick, it is Nashville’s only licensed GreenEarth dry cleaner, our only 5 star certified Couture Care dry cleaner (Leading Cleaners International) and the only certified Wedding Gown Specialist in town (Association of Wedding Gown Specialists).

And this summer, the experts at Oakwood are excited to announce two new members to their team! One of these new faces is Birdy, Oakwood’s new in-house seamstress.  Whether you are altering a bridesmaid dress, the mother-of-the-bride’s dress, or a tux, look no further!  You can make an appointment with Birdy today by calling (615) 764-0222. Also joining the team is Rachel Lunsford, Oakwood’s Customer Service Manager – and customer service is something that Oakwood knows well, from their pick up and delivery service to the services they offer to Nashville brides.

We know this is the most important time in your life and we want your experience here to reflect how special you are. -Rhonda Wernick

Production Manager, Natasha, cleans a wedding gown.

Melody, Customer Service Representative, preserves a wedding gown.

You’ve spent days, even months, searching for THE wedding dress. Whether you are restoring an heirloom, modifying an original, or simply cleaning your own gown after your big day, your dress is precious.  While you may not think that where you take it matters, it does!

Oakwood Cleaners plays an important part in ensuring your dress is perfect, prior to your big day with fittings or after, preserving your memories forever.

Ashley’s Bride Guide

To schedule an appointment with Oakwood Cleaners today, call (615) 764-0222 or email

Real StudioWed Nashville Wedding: Heather + Jason

What a fun, beautiful wedding for a beautiful couple! Heather and Jason were surrounded by love and well wishes at their April 12th wedding ceremony at Scarritt Bennett’s Wightman Chapel.  Heather was glowing in a gown reminiscent of Kate Middleton’s dress at the royal wedding and just as gorgeous were the details at their Houston Station reception – complete with an impressive soundboard groom’s cake and a line dance to Copperhead Road at the bride’s request.

Wedding and Reception Venue: Scarritt Bennett and Houston Station | Wedding Planning: Mary Alice Sublett, A Delightful Day | Photography: Krista Lee Photography | Floral Design and Paper Goods: Brocade Design Arts | Vintage Wedding Rentals: Southern Events| Lighting: Nashville Event Lighting | Catering: Chef’s Market | Bride and Groom’s Cakes: Signature Cakes by Vicki | Reception Musicians: Live Revival of Prime Source Entertainment | Hair and Makeup: Amy Lynn Larwig

And a little Instagram action from the big day:

Congratulations to Heather and Jason!!

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The Weekly Post: A StudioWed Nashville Etiquette Series | Invitations

Did you know that it’s National Etiquette Week? We couldn’t ask for a more appropriate time to kickstart our weekly wedding tips and etiquette series inspired by the expert herself, Emily Post.  Today, we start off our series with the “Essential Wedding Invitation Do’s and Don’t’s” with some pretty examples brought to you by Hardink Calligraphy and Amber Housley!

  • Do allow plenty of time. Plan enough time in your schedule to carefully address, assemble, and mail your invitations.
  • Do get organized. Develop a system for addressing and mailing your invitations. Prepare by gathering the names and addresses of everyone on your guest list.Arrange each piece that goes into an invitation in a stack, in the order it will be picked up, assembled, and inserted into the envelope.

  • Do ask for help. Invite friends, family or bridal attendants to help assemble invitations.
  • Do use the names of all guests when possible. It is much warmer and more welcoming to use the correct names of those who will accompany your guests on invitations instead of “and guest.”
  • Do use Correct Titles. It’s flattering when invitations are addressed correctly. This means using appropriate titles and spelling names correctly. When in doubt, ask before addressing.

  • Don’t forget to include any appropriate inserts, such as maps, directions or hotel information for out-of-town guests.

  • Don’t include registry or gift information with your invitation. It is in poor taste to insert a list of places where the bride and groom are registered or a checklist of the things they want and don’t want.
  • Don’t use a standby guest list. When possible, invite your entire guest list at the same time rather than waiting to see how many people accept before sending out a second round of invitations. When the guest list is carefully planned, and when you consider the likelihood that 10-20 percent of invited guests typically send regrets, this approach is much more straightforward than using a standby list.
  • Don’t address invitations with labels. Always address wedding invitation envelopes by hand, even when inviting hundreds of guests.

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