Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Bachelorette Scavenger Hunt App Launches

Searching for entertaining new ideas for a great Bachelorette Party? Well your search is over thanks to the new Bachelorette Party Scavenger Hunt App!  KMT Marketing Designs LLC has created the perfect iPhone & Android application for tech savvy brides and bachelorettes available now in Itunes and Google play stores.

Bachelorette Scavenger Hunt is the perfect app for any bachelorette party, hen party, or a night out with your girlfriends. The scavenger hunt takes the traditional scavenger hunt, digital.  Plus it won't max out the credit card -- Bachelorette Scavenger Hunt costs a mere $0.99 

The idea is to head out to a bar with a group of girl friends, typically for a bachelorette party and fire up the game when you get there. Users have the option to create their own scavenger hunt or chose from a vast library of items and preexisting games.  The app sends players on hilarious missions and awards points to those who complete the most items in the hunt.  Items are completed by taking pictures with camera phones.  Players receive live updates as other players complete items and can share all pictures via Facebook, Twitter, email, text and more.  

This app truly transform the traditional scavenger hunt.  It takes the hard work out of planning a fun bachelorette party game and is completely customizable to fit any party.  

This fun new way to throw a bachelorette party is a perfect for any Bride-to-Be!Check it out today at Itunes Store or Google Play .

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Friday, March 11, 2011

Honeymoon Tip - Explore

Don’t forget to take a look around.

Your place of interest is second to your relationship respectively, but don’t let a prestigious location go unexplored. There’s often discovery around every corner, and it’s important to get out to the smaller, more rural towns and communities to really absorb the culture. You will have a more memorable time and will learn about all sorts of things together.
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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Wedding Souvenirs - Remember Your Honeymoon


You’ll want endless ways to remember your honeymoon experience, so don’t go home empty-handed. Explore your location and buy some ethnic art, maybe some canned goods, or anything that will remind you of your time there. Purchase some authentic clothes or accessories from that area. How about sending a postcard to yourself?
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Make a photo book quickly and easily


Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Honeymoon Tip - Honeymoon with Friends

It’s becoming more and more common these days to organize friend or “group honeymoons”. It can be a cheaper alternative to the traditional honeymoon, which can be expensive for some people. It’s always fun going on double or triple dates with your friends, so honeymooning together can most definitely be fun for some people. 

Monday, February 14, 2011

Honeymoon Travel - Flying First Cass

First class flying on your Honeymoon

If you’re heading somewhere by plane, have you ever considered flying first-class? Obviously more expensive, it can be worth it to work your budget to afford first-class tickets. Between the memory-foam seating, the champagne and the warm damp washcloth, flying has never been so sweet. Feel like a king and queen for a few hours and enjoy the benefits of this treasured alternative in air travel.
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Monday, February 7, 2011

Honeymoon Wear

Buying Honeymoon-wear
 A nice option you may want to consider doing on your honeymoon is to buy clothes for one another. Perhaps your honeymoon is in Hawaii or Mexico; you’re going to want to purchase grass skirts and sombreros. Sometimes just buying something sharp for your lover to wear can be a good idea, and hopefully what you buy them is something they like!

Monday, January 31, 2011

Honeymoon Tip - Passport Status

Know your Passport Status  

One thing you’re definitely going to want to square away before leaving is your passport. It’s as easy as filling out the proper documents and providing current-day photos of you. It can take a while though; sometimes you can get your passport quicker by paying an extra rush fee, so be sure to ask. Once you have a valid passport, you are good to go.

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