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January 12th, 2010

Peggy Sue Got Married

Here's a few grown-up tips for the bride-to-be.

You've dreamed of this day since you put you pinned your mom's lace tablecloth to your headband and played pretend-wedding with your neighborhood playmates in the backyard. Here's a few grown-up tips for the bride-to-be. Those ring pops have nothing on your rock.

Accessories, dresses and gowns, oh my" /> Find everything you need for your bride-to-be status at the adorable Blush Bridal Lounge. Swing by tomorrow, Wednesday, January 20th, from 4 - 7 p.m., for the Prom Dresses for Princesses Event. Bring in gently worn cocktail frocks to be donated to the Capital Area Safe Kids fund, and toast your kindness with some in-shop bubbly.

Looking for the perfect bridesmaid basket gifts? Choose the scentimental route with a personalized candle from Austin-based Seda France. Colin Cowie approved, each candle can be customized with an imprint of the couple's name and marriage date.

Feast your bridal baby blues on the newly-launched bridal collection from Dallas designer, Amanda Sterett. Her delicate and girly mix of white pearl, moonstone, and clear quartz, are a classic choice for a modern bride.

Try a virginally sweet wedding night ensemble like this chiffon and heirloom lace number from the Betsey Johnson Wedding Collection on for size at Teddies for Bettys.

Consider Eliza Page target="_blank">Kendra Scott on Thursday, February 4th, from 6 - 9 p.m. Shop her amazing jewelry collections and enjoy Savvy Vodka cocktails and sweet treats.

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