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Posted by Cayla Capri
s tripes bring to mind zebras, candy-canes, fast cars, after-dinner mints, French girls, nautical stuff, Bill Murray, Beetlejuice, Emily the Strange, rainbow toe socks, hot pseudo-nurses, a certain garage rock duo, and those redwhite&blue popsicles that taste like lemonade. Nice work, stripes. You’ve put y
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i f our paper dolls taught us anything (and they taught us a lot), it’s that discrepantly, the flimsiest materials can be the most malleable. Incorporate paper of the tissue, cardstock and rice variety into your wedding and watch the décor blossom like an accordion-folded crepe flower held open by waxed dental floss. on the paper trail
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t he marital tale of Amy and David is quite simply about a dude, a dudette and an undeniable sense of magic. Its tapestry-like nature of episodic class-acts, crystalline sass, and sparkly pop-culture references, pull out all the stops before scripting an Oscar-worthy take on what it means to be modern and in love.
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b almy of volcanic rock-lapping waters, drippy of sleep-machine employed jungles and sizzling of chili-kissed, street side-sugarcanes, Mexico’s going to have you sweating. If you and stick-drippy hubby literally can’t stay apart, the land of fiery antiquity and neighborly warmth extends its melon mojitos, open-air tubs and collegiate watering holes to cool your searing, salsa-dancing feet. Whether you go to Mexico for Cabo’s world-class snorkeling, the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, or the finest of mango marinades, the country is guaranteed to fulfill all of your over-the-moon, budget-inhibited fantasies.
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a erial views regarded, Mauritius is a golden beacon of sand, demoting the Indian Ocean to scrim status, nothing but a blue backdrop for a bright little gem of an island. But from an earthly perspective, Mauritius is more than just another pretty face, it’s a pocket-sized four corners of the world, a compact cultural potpourri and historic watering hole, containing more geographic diversity in its pinky than most countries boast in their entirety. Travel to Mauritius for the eye candy, stay, one more long weekend, for the depth.
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a small but mighty tapestry of land, sea, and ceremony, Bali is an exquisitely unique island, misty with fantasy. It is home to the geographical opus, Mount Agung, an active volcano deemed holy by local residents. Small, yet mighty, this iridescent island quivers and shimmers with a vibrancy of life that one simply will not find every day. Steal away to this reef-lined landscape for an exquisite slice of true felicity.
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w edding design has given many a city bride newfound appreciation for all that nature has to offer in terms of décor. So if you’d like the composition’s focus to be of the garden variety, but are green to the flower-child game, here is your guide to a bushel of popular wedding flowers’ good days. You’ll get to know your dearest blossoms’ cycles, and learn which budding beauties will be ripe for the picking when. Of course, with developments in grower technology and tropical paradise imports, summer flowers have crossed over into winter’s market and so on. But because you’re attempting to garden an entire h
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t he Zanzibar Archipelago, cradled by the motherly warmth of the Indian Ocean, is made up of Unguja, or Zanzibar Island, and Pemba, as well as a host of other tiny, twinkling gemstone islets. Each dew-drop constituent helps to form the United Republic of Tanzania of eastern Africa. Everything about this quintessential, paradise pit-stop suggests a by-gone age – spice plantations, raffia and clove exports, houses of coral, and brass studded doors warding off elephants. Streets are an intricate labyrinth of winding alleyways that gleam with a robust history of blended ethnicities and remarkably tenacious spirit
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d espite the fact St Petersburg got bumped from Russian capital status post-Revolution upheaval, this sensational city remains beloved by her citizens for its vast cultural deposits and artistic Cossack flair. No one’s going to debate this city’s immense historical significance when its founder is Peter the Great. So dust off your books of Pushkin verse, crack open a bottle of Soviet champagne, and get busy making love, not cold war.
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k ick back post-slopes at a backcountry lodge deep in the heart of princely Banff, Alberta. There’s nothing cozier than a sea of quilts in front of a floor-to-ceiling fireplace while loaves of sourdough bread, whipped garlic butter, and a kettle of specialty coffee roast on a wood burning stove. Banff is like a robust banquet offering generous helpings of Canadiana splendor, while revitalizing minds and soothing souls for over a century.
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