Traverse City Record-Eagle
The Wedding Planner
January 15 and 19, 2003

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Page 1 - Cover photos

Page 2 - Tips for creating letter-perfect invitations
Lima Bean; Eve of Elegance Bridal; AAA Travel

Page 3 - Get me to the church on time - in style
Leelanau Flowers at The Lively Gardens; Kay's of Traverse City; Park Place Hotel

Page 4 - Brides are adding personal trainers to the wedding staff
Streeters; Petoskey Bridal Salon

Page 5 - Top wedding trends - from pre-planning to the big day
Northern Michigan Wedding and Event Expo; The Leelanau Country Inn

Page 6 - Couples go back to basics with do-it-yourself weddings
Taylor Rental; New York Catering; Formal Affair

Page 7 - He's with the band: Men want something with a different rint to it
Discovery Onsite Ministries; Karen Walker Photography; Bridal Expressions

Page 8 - Tales of wedding day mishaps and mischief are funny ... much later
Stafford's Lodging and Dining; Sladek's Catering; Frog Pond Village

Page 9 - New tuxedo styles give grooms fashionable choices
Grey Hare Inn; Pavlova European Salon & Spa; City Limits catering

Page 10 - Wedding gown styles more slinky and colorful

Page 11 - Wedding gown continued

Page 12 - More on tuxedos that can make a well-groomed groom
Crystal Mountain; Boathouse Restaurant; Absolutely Phenomenal Photography; American Legion Post 35 Hall Rentals; Thomas Dionne Guitar Music

Page 13 - With so many new ideas, plain rice is for the birds
Potters Fine Pastries; Dominic Entertainment; Jennifer Lynn Vasquez Hair Design & Wedding Services; Lynda Drayton Photography and Jana

Page 14 - Sign here: For most brides, a new name comes with the ring
Fashion Formals Bridal Boutique & Tuxedo Shop; Summer Solstice; American Rentals Inc.; Greystone Mansion Wedding Specialists

Page 15 - Heads up: New ways to top off your wedding-day ensemble
Missus Baker; Captain's Quarters; Ranch Rudolf

Page 16 - That's the plan: Lots of little things add up to the big day
Bowers Harbor Inn; Heart Song Harp, Guitar and vocals; Country Bridal; Majestic Limousine

Page 17 - Tuxedos continued
High Pointe Golf Club; Accent Catering; Reverends Ken and Judy Grimes

Page 18 - Wedded couples

Page 19 - Wedded couples

Page 20
Traverse Bay Entertainment

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