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Karels vows spoken FREY AND JASON KARELS were united in marriage June at Central United Methodist Church in Milbank, SD with Look Pretty As a Pearl Whether featured on her dress, her [ shoes, the veil or earrings, pearls I bring to life the bride's inner glow I ,- and enhance her radiance. But pearls can be more than a bridal accessory. French botanical beauty creator. Yves Rocher. blends the rich luster of pearls v.ith quality cosmetics to cre- ate True Colors Pearls. A purely botanical makeup collec- tion. True Colors Pearls enhances the face with the magical radiance of a pearl. Soft-focus pigments reflect light in all directions and mother- of-pearl illuminates the skin. The multi-use formulas allow a bride to highlight her face, body and dazzling mood on that special day. Included in the Yves Rocher collec- tion is the "Illuminating Cream Opalys." This rich, iridescent cream can be used alone or mixed with foundation to even out your skin tone and to give your face a natural, lumi- nous glow. Combine this with the essential "3-in-1 Multi Stick for Face/Eyes/Lips." This must-have beauty wand available in Frosted Pearl, Misty Bronze or Shimmering Rose is an all-in-one creamy stick that adds a subtle glow to the cheeks, brightens the eyes and gives a deli- cate, iridescent touch to the tips. Complete the look with perfectly lined, highly lacquered lips, with multiple pearly highlights. Begin with the "Liquid Lip Contour," an innovative, high-performance felt-tip liner that goes on smooth, fresh and light. The fast-dry formula gives a precise, long-lasting result, either to !y welrk Holland officiating. Parents of the couple are Kenneth and line and shape the lips or to offer lurch  of Claremont, SD and Francis and Carol Karels of Ortonville. ou pie 11 d sh Help Couples Ease Thenr Trip Down the Aisle the bride ... the groom, and their children marriage. The fact of the matter is. percent of all marriages today involve some- knot for at least a second time. Blended far more commonplace than ever before and es are now often treated with the same first. easy to find plenty of information available newlyweds, it can be a little trickier to find couples who are heading down the aisle for That's why MetLife Consumer Education developed a brochure called, "Getting helpful companion to their brochure for "Getting Married." Produced in In with the International Association of Family counselors, those taking the plunge time can learn a wealth of information about or re-married, as the case may be. NEW RESOURCES PROVIDE a wealth of informa- important issue a couple should consider tion for couples ready to take a second trip down is finances. Many believe that dis- the aisle. can put a damper on romance. However, that money-related issues have a way of Unlike first-time newlyweds, peo- commitment to become husband and wife. While women are usually more established and bring who are remarrying usually do not wear as elaborate a to the union. For a stronger, happier reid- dress as they did for their first marriage, there are still artners in first- and sect,d-time marriages plenty >f st',les from v, hich to choose, Consult bridal and honest with their assets, debts and magazines for the options available. money before deciding to marry. Budgeting is also a major concern. More and more are another topic of discussion that should couples are paying for their own weddings. Discuss with immediately. After the wedding, you and your future spouse the amount you are able to spend on enjoy bliss but things often do not all of the festivities and Crick to your budget. Don't forget ldren invol,.ed in this new union -- that the little things really have a way of adding up. y if the remarriage follows a divorce. Roles, For more information on remarriage or first-time wed- lS it iSluthoritv and expectations need to be clearly dings, request a free copy of "Getting Married" and ill be iically d'iscussed to help bring the new family "Getting Remarried" by calling (800) 638-5433. Made die s i+ available as a public service, these brochures are part of P t ra' 01h:" many first-time, marriage, you may be con,d-' MetLife Consumer Education Center's Life Advice at d r, ony an(] reception to celebrate your new program, created to help people better manage their lives. ,+" o =e-- Yo,ur Wedding Party Carefully uncea your The groomsmen will act as ushers party can perform other important you've anno 'Oft lr,:i em?ntO start thinking to seat your guests. They should roles. You may need scripture verses . " " your wedding arrive early to accommodate any' to be read, candle lighters, a soloist or is a decision not to take early birds. It's a good idea to ask a pianist. Most people would be hon- tese people will be stand- people from both sides of the family ored to help out. .,,,you in front of friends, that the ushers know where the It may be a good idea to have your EN]tpssibh ' members of the so . guests should be seated -- on the wedding party get to know each other -I:::lVl:ng_. bride's side or the groom's, before your wedding arrives. to Those who are not in the wedding "3\\;// the first ' ,, Ke are your bridesmaids Ortonville Independent Page 7 Smen. Think about your and Northern Star  January 2002 du/'.._ __" s and family members. :;':'M''UUsSpend,.z-,.---,- ,al"ur time with , m, m -- ---WEDDING DANCES- ,m -- m, -- ,= a be la't Yu want t be with vu ,snnu -, idding day A general rule g'" 'he%Oitenaa  _'I' D. J. & Karaoke -z  ,,.,., :: t n .,o cou,00 m. ,.-..,. Lf ,'LJ,'C..r "; "iveaS two attendants or as ' "'gi "  , ". a It/ Z each' IX, , - - - ' ;,,a; " , Oosing the Best Man and  111 m of Honor. select those   MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS! J are most reliable because "'" ;em. any functions to per_  1 Todd Sandberg i st Man will be responsi- ling final payments to the  I (a.k.a. Rock 'N'Roll Farmer) " ll (':7201$2 00tao00: Maid of Honor will hel ,79 :S,nhO d her train an p " L m --- --m .-- __ _CLIP_N_SAVE == --- -- == == J Complete the Wedding Party Look BRIDAL MAKEUP should be shimmering and beautiful just like the glow of pearls. fiav,less hmg-wearmg coh)r under lipstick. Illuminate the lips and make them look fuller ,aith "'Glossy Lips." This molsturizmg gloss, available in seven uhra-shiny, luscious shades, keeps lips soft. sensual and smooth from sun-up to sundmn. These essential bridal pearls are also great bridesmaid gilts and ladies room taxors. Yes Rocher offers True Colors Pearls online at or by calling (8(X)j 321-3434. With prices ranging from $7.50 to $13.50. the makeup collect]on can bc pertect tor showers, rehearsal dinners, v.eddings and hon- eym(ms. w Check out our web site at " ww.ortonvilleindependent.comJ A PICTURE-PERFECT WEDDING consists of a wedding party that showcases elegance and continuity. From the bridal bouquet to the groom's cummerbund to the the bridemaids dresses, there should be a feeling that everything blends together. For those who appreciated a well-placed infusion of color, these Lazaro dresses give the illusion of iridescence by layering burgundy chiffon over periwinkle (left) and yel- low (right) satin. Did You Know? Many reception sites and catering facilities also feature a ceremony space where you can conduct religious proceedings. This is a viable option for couples from mixed religions or those who pre- fer not to get married in a place of worship. Another advantage is wedding guests need to only travel to one location, and the party can begin immediately following the ceremony. Plus, photog- raphers, florists and videographers will only have to set their equipment and materials up in one location, which could mean discounted costs for the happy couple. Consult your reception site to see if this option is available for you. :; tt cocn to your wedd/ng, you want to tzzke come oj"euerg detfrom head to toe. ' L. the Stylists at Hair Classics Work Their Maglc tth You and Everyone IRa Yottr Wedding P,ty. Bring in your headpiece for custom styling. Styling for men and women. Name brand hair care products. Braiding and French roils our specialty. to t\\; =,,....=,, or. //i 1 Hair Classics lJI0000i\00\