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Ooh great thread! I'm guessing a lot of the event planning companies can coordinate fireworks and firedancers. Can you guys post what companies/groups you're working with? Would love to price it out myself.

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I thought we would have fireworks as a surprise to my daughter the bride UNTIL I was quoted the price, $5000 for a 10 minute show! I wasn't offered a shorter time period, but I believe that it would still be a no!

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Guest iluckie

email me, I know some, and think they are not $3K expensive, that's too much for just 20 minutes... :S

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The History of Wedding Dress

 

When did wedding dress firstly appear? and Who invented it ?? It makes us very curious and very intersted,and there are all kinds of wedding dresses,cocktail dress,flowergirl dress,prom dress,bridemaid dress.Now i will tell you someting about the history of wedding dress.

 

The first document recorded the wedding dress was in 1499, It was made for Louis XII and Anne of Brittany's wedding, The traditionnal wedding dress is white,it could date back to 1840 the Queen Victoria ' wedding ,Her official photo of this white wedding dress had been published broadly.So after this time ,so many females wanted to dress white wedding dress when they got marrige. The tailing of the wedding dress sometimes were the symbol of rich people,1980 at Prince DIana's wedding ceremony she weared a 480 feet wedding dress ,It's was so splendid and elegant!

 

Before Victoria's time ,wedding dress could have all kinds of colors except red and black,because black was associated with funeral ,red was assciated with prostitutes .The white wedding dress was stand for pure heart ,If a woman divorces with her husband she cannot wear white wedding dress again ,sometimes she will wear pink one. smile36.gifsmile43.gifsmile120.gif

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