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50 personalized matchbooks wedding favors custom printed matchbooks bridal shower


50 personalized matchbooks
wedding favors custom printed matchbooks bridal shower


Our 30 strike personalized matchbooks are custom printed for you within 48 business hours! We offer a wide variety of imprinting foils, and emblems to choose from. Whether you need custom matchbooks for a wedding, birthday party, bridal shower, baby shower, graduation, baptism, anniversary, or any other occasion, we have the perfect match for your occasion that will reflect your style and leave lo…


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'Til Death Do Us Part


‘Til Death Do Us Part


Life and death matters take on a whole new twist when a quirky funeral planner tries her hand at matchmaking for a prominent playboy. Six months ago, Cassidy Baldwin was among Milwaukee’s leading wedding planners, until she became the scapegoat for a corporate scandal. Now the only job she can land is organizing over-the-top themed funerals for her best friend’s family business. Then the city’s most affluent and eccentric philanthropist dies, and Cassidy is hired to fulfill the woman’s deathbed wish: find a wife for her playboy nephew, Ryan Mitchell. Ryan’s always avoided the spotlight, and he’s not thrilled by the media attention spawned by this final decree. If he doesn’t marry within the year, however, his aunt’s quirky staff will lose their home and livelihood. So he wants Cassidy to find him a Ms. Right Now that he can ultimately divorce, but she’s determined to find him a true soul mate since the right match could launch a new matchmaking career for her. Too bad she seems to understand him better than any of the potential brides she’s found. Is it worth risking a real chance at love to arrange a fake wedding? Sensuality Level: Behind Closed Doors


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'Twas the Night Before Scandal


‘Twas the Night Before Scandal


In this heartwarming collection, USA Today Bestselling authors Christi Caldwell and Eva Devon bring you a Regency Christmas duet, featuring two brand-new novellas full of love, laughter, and holiday cheer!”Only For Their Love” by Christi CaldwellMiss Carol Cresswall bore witness to her parents’ loveless union and is determined to avoid that same miserable fate. Her mother has altogether different plans-plans that include a match between Carol and Lord Gregory Renshaw. Despite his wealth and power, Carol has no interest in marrying a pompous man who goes out of his way to ignore her. Now, with their families coming together for the Christmastide season it’s her mother’s last-ditch effort to get them together. And Carol plans to avoid Gregory at all costs. Lord Gregory Renshaw has no intentions of falling prey to his mother’s schemes to marry him off to a proper debutante she’s picked out. Over the years, he has carefully sidestepped all endeavors to be matched with any of the grasping ladies. But a sudden Christmastide Scandal has the potential show Carol and Gregory that they’ve spent years running from the one thing they’ve always needed.”A Kiss From a Rogue” by Eva DevonBah and a hum bug: Sebatian Rutherford, the new Earl of Gray, has no desire to settle down. Ever. The only thing he dislikes more than the idea of taking over his recently inherited earldom, and all it’s responsibilities, is Christmas. So, when he agrees to an arranged marriage to the former earl’s daughter, he plans on a quick wedding and a quicker return to his adventures abroad. Surely, even a hint of Christmas cheer won’t need to be shared? But when his clever new wife, Lady Marabelle begins to thaw his heart, he finds that not only is family a joy, but Christmas may be the best season to lose one’s heart. Deck the Halls: Lady Marabelle loves Christmas. She loves everything about it. So, when she faces her first Christmas since the death of her beloved father, married to a man she’s never met, she


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Match Wedding

What should I do with the hard to match wedding ring?

Do you think these rings go together? If not, what would you do? Should I wear the engagement ring on the opposite hand? Does it bother you when bands of engagement and wedding rings are slightly different from the way they are mine? http://i51.tinypic.com/16hqijn.jpg could use the rings on her hands otherwise the only thing is that I have big fingers, so a large set of ring flatters my hands more.

They look great together. Do not worry.