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Should the groom have his own cake on your wedding day?

 {Daily Wedding Bits} Should there be a Groom’s Cake?

Hello everyone! Got a question for all the Brides-to-Be: How do you feel about a Grooms Cake? Since there will be a traditional wedding cake on display at the reception, why not have fun and add a little extra twist to the cake cutting and reveal a Grooms cake to the Groom. A groom’s cake, although it used to be viewed as an added and unnecessary expense, this once-neglected cake has been making a huge comeback. Intended to be a gift from the bride to the groom, the groom’s cake is usually dark (often chocolate or liquor-soaked) and designed with a nod toward what’s traditionally considered “masculine”.
Photo by Stephen Barry Photography via Pinterest
A current creative trend in groom’s cakes is to have the cake reflect the groom’s interests and hobbies. These cakes are completely creative and can showcase anything from a hobby to a favorite  food or beverage of the Groom. Whatever you decide, gifting your new husband with his own cake is something you should do because you want to — not because you feel obligated.
Baseball Wedding Cake

Photo by Adam Hudson via Southern Aisle

Pirate’s Chest Cake

Photo via Pinterest
BBQ Lover’s Cake
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Guitar Cake

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Pacman Cake
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Louisville Cardinals Groom’s Wedding Cake

Movie Theater Groom’s Cake

Created by Adrienne & Company

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Check out these hot new styles for weddings! These 10 dresses are sure to be stunning on any Bride!

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Happy Valentines Day!

Take the day to show all of the people who you love that you LOVE them! Get them something special that only they would understand the meaning.  Love isn’t about huge bears that hold hearts depicting “Love”in block letters. Love isn’t about candy, flowers or even unicorn pillow pets.  Love is a gift.  Having anyone to love or love you is a special gift that should not be wasted.  Even if your valentine today is your faithful pet, show him or her that they are special and you are thankful for them.

Call your mom or dad and let them know that they are your Valentines too! Treat yourself Valentine! Get yourself that new purse you’ve been eyeing or that vintage jewelry set.  Indulge with that new outfit you’ve been eyeing in the window at the mall for a while now.  You’re worth it.  Because, before you can love anyone else, loving yourself must come first.  Take yourself out on the town and meet someone.  For the first time in a while, give yourself a break!

Let us know about your Valentines Day!

Valentine's Day Love


How Designers Are Using Pantone’s Fall 2012 Colors

Februray 13, 2012
Designer sketches from their Fall 2012 collections. From left: James Coviello, Ella Moss, Bill Blass, Nicole Miller, BCBG Max Azria and Nanette Lepore

New York–Color authority Pantone has surveyed New York Fashion Week designers to reveal the season’s most important color trends. Here, a list of key colors along with sketches of how designers are implementing them. Tangerine Tango has already been revealed as the Color of the Year, as reported here.

Pantone Fall 2012 Color Report

“By playing to consumers’ practical side with versatile neutrals, and boosting their confidence with bold, spirited hues, this skillfully balanced palette has something for everyone,” said Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute.

The season brings an unexpected mix of darks, brights and neutrals, all cleverly manipulated “to transport consumers to an enchanting place, free from the stresses of everyday life.”

Key colors and how to mix them, according to Pantone:

Bright Chartreuse, a yellow-green that pays homage to a typical spring shade and creates a bridge into the cooling days of fall.

Pink Flambé is a delicious, vibrant pink with a bit of heat to it. Pair it with vivacious and enticing Tangerine Tango for an ongoing retro feeling. Or, to bring a calming element to the mix, combine these vibrant warm tones with Ultramarine Green, a deep, cooling blue-green.

Ethereal Rhapsody is a grayed-down purple that also encourages comfort and serenity with its quiet, muted tone.

Honey Gold, a mellow, burnished yellow, suggests the soft-muted tones of sunlight to brighten a fall day. Pair it with sensible and strong Olympian Blue, a patriotic blue that will surely make its way into fall and winter athletic apparel.

Rich and robust, French Roast is a tasty, sophisticated hue that is a great alternative


Summer 2012: Tropical Punch

February 3, 2012  by Lauren Parker Be the first to comment!

Take a walk on the wild side this summer, as we follow this glamazon through her fashion jungle. Keep a watch out for swirls of exotic fashions that pop, clash and sizzle when paired together. This tropical traveler is inspired by an infusion of cultures and places, from the heat of the jungle to the beaches of the tropics–and she beats her own tribal drum.


Joseph Ribkoff Spring 2012 Trunk Show

Joseph Ribkoff Trunk Show Spring 2012

Shop our trunk show in Ceredo, WV until Saturday 2-11 and at the Huntington Mall in Barboursville, WV

New Joseph Ribkoff Spring Trunk 2012 is HERE! Now through Saturday – Sun and Mon at the Huntington Mall RoseTree Boutique. Buy one Get one 50% off! ALSO– Shop online Using coupon code JO50OFF

Shop our Ceredo store until Saturday for Joseph Ribkoff’s hottest line yet! There’s something for everyone! We have free 3 month layaway, and these hot bodies are buy 1 get 1 50% off!
Shop our boutique online at Use coupon code JO50OFF until Monday!

Alfred Angelo Disney Collection

A wedding gown fit for a fairytale princess

Wedding dresses

(Left to right) Brigitte Warne, Hayley Collins, Amy O’Neill and Petra Gojo show off the Disney-inspired dresses. Picture: Jake Nowakowski  Source: Herald Sun

INTERNATIONAL bridal designer Alfred Angelo has released a range of princess gowns inspired by the seven iconic Disney characters Cinderella, Belle, Ariel, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Jasmine and Rapunzel.

Brides-to-be will get their first chance to glimpse the whimsical 2012 collection at the Ultimate Bridal Event at the Royal Exhibition Building this weekend.

Alfred Angelo’s Australian general manager, Kerrie Beal, said the gowns ranged in price from $1500 to $2000 and went up to a size 30W, allowing brides of every shape and size to feel like princesses.

Every dress has its own unique tag and describes what each princess is about,” Ms Beal said. “Each dress is designed to replicate each individual princess.”

She said more than 1000 of the 2011 princess gowns were sold in Australia last year and this year’s collection was expected to be more popular.

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