No matter if you’re religious or not, the holiday season seems to be the time of the year when the whole world seems kinder, happier, more loving and joyful. Sending holiday wishes to yours truly takes an open heart and genuine words of affection.
Every time I watch a Christmas movie, I tear up. I appreciate what a wonderful life I have because I get to live my life every day knowing that my loved ones are in it.
My holiday wish for you is simple: May this time of year brings to mind those things in life that are most important. May it remind you to focus on all of the good fortunes that you are blessed to have!
Winter weddings might be the least favorite among brides but there are those who find beauty in the cold. Love, after all, is suppose to be for all seasons.
We don’t want this post to be melodramatic. Actually, what we wanna show you are 12 of the best winter wedding photos that we’ve seen which would be perfect wedding album covers. Choose your favorite and drop your comments below!
While walking towards the glass exit doors of a movie theater on a Friday night, there was about 6 inches of snow on the ground. It was the first snow fall in Chicago for the winter.
There were two sets of heavy glass exit doors, inside and outside. When we were nearing the farthest exit doors, it was apparent that the snow had fallen heavily and most of the cars were covered with it.
Chad asked me to stay inside the theatre lobby so he can get the car and pick me up at the front of the exit doors.
Many couplessaw what Chad did, and the rest of the husbands, boyfriends, etc. followed! So (we) looked at each other and I said, “Isn’t it sweet that chivalry still exists?”All the women turned to me and said, “I agree. They are wonderful to us.”
One of the best things about the holidays is the magnificent decorations and lights displayed on people’s houses, malls, city buildings, etc.
In downtown Chicago, we have a trolley ride along the city landmarks called the Magnificent Mile, Navy Pier, State Street, Macy’s Holiday Windows and Daley Center Plaza. These places are adorned with sky-high Christmas trees and endless lights that go miles and miles long.
Here comes the holidays! We are making the season extra special by not requiring you to pay any down-payment when you order a wedding album!
A $50 deposit is required in the regular ordering process before you start uploading your wedding photos into our system. You will then be billed for the remaining amount when your layout is completed and your album’s final look is approved.
That process will change this month (Until December 31st, 2015) since you no longer need to pay a deposit fee. We will only ask for your credit card when you approve of the soft copy of the finish product! How cool is that?