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365 Days of Wonderful

JANUARY 28 & 29, 2023

RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg

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ASK THE EXPERTS: RING BLING

Posted by on 11:18 am in Ask the Experts, V.I.B. Weddings Issue 1, Wedding Resources

With Bijou Fine Jewellery Q: Engagement rings and wedding bands are a huge investment, how can we be sure that we’re getting good value for our money? A: For centuries, engagement rings and wedding bands have served as symbols of everlasting love. Incorporating diamonds and other rare gems, as well as precious metals like gold and platinum, it’s no surprise that these rings come with a cost. To ensure that you get the most for your investment, make sure that your jeweller uses top quality gems, like GIA certified diamonds. Ensure you are...

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Ask the Experts: Made-To-Measure

Posted by on 4:11 pm in Ask the Experts, Men's Formal Wear, V.I.B. Weddings Issue 1

With Eph Apparel   Q: How long in advance should we order suits for our wedding party? A: Here at EPH Apparel, we recommend placing wedding party orders no less than three months in advance to allow adequate time for turnaround and pick up. Wedding season is peak time in our industry, and we don’t want to turn any groups away because they’ve left the ordering process too late. Allowing sufficient time to attend a fitting will ensure our team will be able to create a made-to-measure suit for every man in your wedding party at a fraction...

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Ask the Experts: The Dress

Posted by on 10:20 pm in Ask the Experts

With Stella’s Bridal & Evening Collections     Q: What style of dress will suit my body best? A:When it comes to choosing a dress, there is no rule without exception. Some say that if you are pear shaped, then you should stick to an A-line silhouette to minimize the hips. That being said, if you want to wear a fit-to-flare dress and show off your curves, my advice is to go that route. The key is finding the perfect neckline; something that is a little wider across the top of the bustline, such as Maggie Sottero’s Chante (right)...

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