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We cannot contain our excitement to announce that the release of our new Winter 2018 Issue of Nebraska Wedding Day is coming soon! With a rich history of eye-catching NWD covers, we have to say that this new one is no exception. Check back next week for the COVER REVEAL and a SNEAK PEEK of our new winter editorial! While you wait, here’s a recap of 3 years worth of NWD covers – YAY! Which one is your fav?!


Make your special day even sweeter by registering at Borsheims! You want gifts that will last a lifetime and become the backdrop to your new life, from holiday parties to relaxing nights at home. Borsheims provides everything from everyday dinnerware to unique accents for every room in your home, all from trusted makers who know this is much more than a gift. It’s a match made in tablescape heaven!

With their new mobile app and registry kiosk, getting started and adding items has never been easier. Just download the Borsheims Gift Registry app from your device’s App Store and create an account. You can browse hundreds of items from home décor, dining & entertaining, kitchen, and more. Or you can simply stop into Borsheims – their expert bridal associates can assess your needs and help you find pieces you love, which you can scan right on your phone and add to your wish list.

Wedding guests can then browse to purchase items or print your list in-store from their registry kiosk. Gifting is made even easier with their new “chip-in” feature that allows guests to pay for a portion of certain gifts depending on their budget. When it’s time to say “I Do,” you can pay the difference for any remaining items or redeem the “credit” for something else on your list!

Experience the new Borsheims wedding registry for yourself September 21st and 22nd during their Semi-Annual YES! Event. They’ll have bubbly, bites and bridal associates ready to walk you through every step! Learn more at









Used by many cultures throughout the world, henna tattooing is an ancient form of body art and often plays a role in traditional celebrations such as weddings. For example, in Hindu weddings henna is painted on the bride to symbolize such things as joy and beauty. Other cultures, such as Moroccan, use the organic paint on homes or doors to bring prosperity and ward off evil. A common ritual in India known as Mehndi, features intricate rust-colored designs full of fine lines and floral patterns. While all henna is gorgeous in our eyes, we are loving the vibes of this white henna for a stunning monochromatic bridal style. If you’re looking to pay homage to your culture through wedding-day henna, check out some of this superb henna inspiration!



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