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4 Tips for Hosting a Fall or Winter Wedding
Fall has traditionally been reserved for college football, apple picking, and weekend getaways to the mountains, while winter has been earmarked for the hustle and bustle of the Holidays, but a new trend is emerging – Fall and Winter Weddings. The crisp autumn air, the changing leaves, the ornate decorations of the holidays, all provide a picturesque backdrop in which to say, “I do.”
Below are a few ideas from the down etc team on how to add a touch of sophisticated luxury to your fall or winter wedding that will leave your guests feeling both cozy and pampered:
When it comes to sharing your bed with a partner, there's always going to be some amount of trial and error involved in getting comfortable and acclimating to the other person's sleep habits. Some people snore and some are blanket hogs. Some roll around all night. You could make the prospect of sharing a bed a bit easier by, say, purchasing a king-sized mattress that will give both of you plenty of room. Of course, the bedding items you select could also make a big difference in helping you and your partner achieve a great night’s sleep.
There are plenty of things you get used to when you share a home with your significant other. There are even more once you introduce children and pets into the equation.
Did you know there's an event known as International Pillow Fight Day? If you missed the official day, you needn’t wait to schedule an unofficial event. There's no reason not to throw your own pillow party posthaste. And if you're not sure how, here are a few ideas to get you started.