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Invitations: Paper Pals Custom Invitations ~ Pullman, Washington

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Send in a Photo from your wedding day and a brief (200 words or less) paragraph telling them about your wedding and the local resources used to make your day special!

No. 9: Oysters & Pearls


No. 8: Eventide

Working Women Dresses Tips

If you are working women I will give you some tips on how to get ready for your work place.

For dresses, go in for classy shades but that doesn’t means you should always wear coffee, brown, grey black and other lifeless colors. Try soft pink, pistachio green, lilac, purple and other light and fresh colors. It will add a tint of freshness and bright allure to your personality.

For make-up, you can try sophisticated shades of lip gloss with a light color outfit for a darker shade you can try nude shades of pink, red and brown depending upon your skin tone. Eye make-up should always be elegant. Bold will look very loud for office so a transparent mascara with black kohl and nude shadow will be complete. For blush, use light hue of pink as it looks soft and appealing. Tie your hair in a neat bun or a tight ponytail. It will take away all the attraction and trust me; you will look glamorous in a stylish way.

Wedding invitation-Make your wedding a memorable one!!



It hardly takes any time for a kid nowadays to get done with his education and start up a career of himself. Just a matter of 20-25 years. So in front of parents this time goes very fast that they don’t even realize that their kids are grown up now. It is time to get married now in other sense.

So from here the preparation of the wedding starts.Mostly nowadays parents are free from searching marriages of their kids. Most of them go for love marriages only. That reduces the burden of the parents to some extent. So the tiresome stage in the wedding process is already done.

Then there are many other things to look into for the parents. The official wedding preparation starts up with the circulation of the wedding invitations. Then while selecting the invitations, you have to go into very minute details including the design, template and the overall looks of the card.

In short, the invitation should really look like a unique wedding invitation so that it can catch the attention of almost all the guests over there. Now the only thing that matters after the wedding invitations is the celebration of the wedding which in other words is the wedding reception. One separate invitation is given for the wedding reception invitation.

Put efforts for making your wedding a blast!!



Whenever it comes to marriage, everyone wants to look good for that day. It creates a lot of consciousness in the people. Those who are very fat or not satisfied by their body, they also want to get rid of it anyhow.

Mostly the girls join gyms and go for continuous exercising before their wedding so that they will look very beautiful on that day. They just want to wear the sexiest dresses after their marriage and obviously for that they have to reduce anyhow.

So everything should be well managed before the wedding. The guys in their style want to look good. Even they take so many pains in looking smart.

Then the involvement of the couple in deciding the wedding invitations is a must. Parents from both the sides take their consent before giving the invitations for printing. It should really reflect the love between them.

The wedding reception invitation is kept separate. This is like second attached copy to the original one. In short, getting married is not an easy task.

Lionel Messi FIFA World Player 2009

Lionel Messi FIFA World Player 2009

FC Barcelona - Messi, FIFA World Player 2009

FC Barcelona - Messi, FIFA World Player 2009

50s Style Wedding Hair and Make Up

From personal experience, I would highly recommend calling in the professionals when it comes to hair and make up for your 50s style wedding (if only to keep stress levels down!) I've put together some inspiration from the best in the business that I hope will give you some ideas.

1950s style wedding hair

1&2 by Lipstick and Curls. Lipstick and Curls are retro hair and make up specialists Amanda and Natasha who are available for weddings and hen parties amongst other occasions.

3&4 by Beauty Call - a fab team of hair and make up artists on call for retro weddings, receptions and hen parties in England and Wales.

5&6 by Nina's Hair Parlour. Nina's (pictured below) is the UK's first specialist vintage hair and make up parlour and is situated in London. Nina's also welcomes hen parties as well as wedding bookings.

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Holiday Shopping :Silver Gemstone Jewelry

Many companies - including Silver Gemstone Jewelry including Silver Topaz, Amethyst, Turquoise Gemstone Rings, earrings, Pendants and Bracelets website - combat this aspect of online shopping by providing the potential customer with quality photography. Displaying the particular product in various, authentic environmental or room scenes helps to add depth to an otherwise one-dimensional object. Forgoing the luxury of touching, holding or viewing a product, many people worldwide have welcomed the opportunity of shopping online with open arms.

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There are a variety of challenges that people face when choosing to shop silver gemstone jewelry including silver topaz, silver amethyst, turquoise gemstone rings, earrings, pendants and bracelets: lack of actual product visibility.

Here are just 5 of many reasons as to why online holiday shopping is a good idea:

1) Avoid lengthy lines & crowds
If you're anything like I am, then you've noticed that personal space has become more of a luxury than a common courtesy these days. The simple notion of being able to shop in my pajamas is enticing enough, but to do so without someone coughing behind me or accidentally rubbing up against me sounds like my idea of ultimate peace.

2) Save time

Family, work, and household chores are only a few of the responsibilities that many people are committed to caring for, performing, and maintaining on a daily basis. Bottom line: time is a precious commodity. Getting to the mall in between work, dinner, or hockey practice can be more difficult than finding a buried treasure for many people. Online holiday shopping provides a convenient outlet for those with a rare spare minute during any given day.

3) Save gas

While gas prices have actually gone down significantly during these trying economic times, trimming expenses wherever possible is still critical for many families. Many e-commerce sites offer free shipping on orders over a specified price, so it's important to remain alert to such deals.

4) Save money

With price comparison shopping engines a mere click away, it is extremely easy to scour the web for the best price on a certain product. Additionally, many companies offer the option of price matching simply to gain a sale over competitors. If you find a product for less and send this information to a competing site with a higher price, then more often than not, the site with the higher price will offer a percentage off of the product to sell it at a lower price point in order to make the sale.

5) Shop anytime, anywhere

The virtual world never closes. With many prominent department stores & boutique shops boasting online storefronts, it is now possible to gain access to essentially any range of product offering. Couldn't get to the mall between 10 a.m. and 9 p.m.? No problem - just open a few browser windows and search for that home decor or clothing that you so desperately needed a couple of hours earlier.

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A Rockin New Years Card

This couple choose the Rock Star Z-fold Invitation a fun invitation that totally reflects their rockin personality.

Here is a New Years Card, it has the same feel as their invitation but I used one of the engagement photos that they didn't include on their invitation to make a matching holiday card. How easy is that? They wouldn't even have to have their photos taken again.
by Christy, Jaffa Printing

Player of the year 2009 Men's



Messi: Third time a charm

Over the years, a succession of Argentinian players have been hailed as 'the new Diego Maradona'. Very few, however, have been blessed with as many qualities as the latest heir to that sizable throne, one Lionel Messi.

Possessing superb vision, mesmerising close control and sublime technique, the left-footed Messi comes into his own in the tightly congested areas of midfield, finding and darting through seemingly impossible gaps with deceptive ease. With his explosive change of pace, breathtaking dribbling and unerring eye for goal, he poses a continual threat to opposing teams.

While the Barcelona star is always at pains to avoid comparisons with El Diego, his goal against Getafe in April 2007, a virtual carbon copy of the legendary No10's second against England in the quarter-finals of the 1986 FIFA World Cup Mexico™, served only to underline the similarities between the two. On one occasion Maradona himself was moved to say: "I've seen the player who will take my place in Argentinian football and his name is Lionel Messi." After that, no one was surprised when Maradona – now Argentina’s coach – handed Messi his old No10 jersey for the South Africa 2010 qualifying campaign.

Born on 24 June 1987 in Rosario, Santa Fe, Messi first served notice of his artistry in the youth ranks at Newell's Old Boys. At the age of 13, as the economic crisis ravaging Argentina reached its height, he moved with his family to Spain. After settling in Barcelona, the teenager was invited to the Nou Camp for a trial, where he was spotted by the then Blaugrana youth team coach Carles Rexach. "I saw him straightaway, and just to make sure I made him sign for the club on the back of a paper napkin," Rexach would later recall.

So slender was he for his age that he was quickly dubbed La Pulga (The Flea), with the club also arranging for special medical treatment to stimulate the young wizard's growth hormones. Suitably bulked up, Messi made his Spanish league debut at the end of 2004, but it was the following year that his inexorable rise to stardom began. His first goal in Barcelona colours came on 1 May against Albacete, making him the youngest scorer in the club's long history, a record only recently eclipsed by the precocious Bojan Krkic.

International star born
His love affair with the blue-and-white jersey of Argentina began just a few months later when he played a starring role in the side that won the FIFA U-20 World Cup Netherlands 2005, making off with the adidas Golden Shoe as the tournament's top scorer and the adidas Golden Ball as the best player just for good measure.

In August that year, Jose Nestor Pekerman gave Messi his first full international cap in a friendly against Hungary. It proved to be an unhappy beginning, however. Just 47 seconds after coming on the debutant was dismissed for lashing out after a foul.

Nevertheless, the youngster was back less than two months later to make his first start for the Albiceleste in a Germany 2006 qualifying match against Peru in Buenos Aires. His first goal for his country followed on 1 March 2006 in a friendly against Croatia and by the time he arrived in Germany he was being widely tipped as one of the tournament's star performers. To the surprise of many, however, Messi played only a supporting role for his side and looked on from the bench as his team-mates lost out to the hosts in the quarter-finals.

In 2007, Messi put in a strong performance at the Copa America in Venezuela, where his team finished second, losing to Brazil in the final. La Pulga pulled off some suitably magic moments in that competition, such as the memorable goal he scored against Mexico in the semi-finals. One year later he was again the star of the team that retained the Gold Medal at the Olympic Football Tournament in Beijing. His output was such that the he went on to finish second behind Cristiano Ronaldo at the FIFA Player of the Year Gala.

Glittering career
Playing for Barcelona, Messi has already won three national league titles, one Copa del Rey, one European SuperCup, three Spanish SuperCups, two UEFA Champions League titles and the FIFA Club World Cup. Messi played an integral role as Barcelona won their first FIFA Club World Cup, scoring the winning goal in the final against Estudiantes and being named winner of the adidas Golden Ball as the best player in the competition. Add that to his two-time runner-up finishes in the voting for FIFA World Player of the Year, and Messi looks like one of the finest players in the game’s recent history.

During the 2008/2009 season, the player’s potential was confirmed beyond all doubt. Already owner of the historical No10 worn by Maradona, Romario, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho, La Pulga helped Barcelona to the coveted Triple Crown of La Liga, Copa del Rey and Champions League titles. As if that were not enough, he was top scorer in the Champions League with nine goals, including one in the final against Manchester United. In the Copa del Rey he scored six times, and he even managed to score 23 times in the league.

Qualified now for the FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010, Messi is looking to prove that he can match his amazing club form with Argentina on the world stage. Runner-up at the Copa America and in the last two FIFA Player of the Year Galas, Messi has now taken the biggest step of his career by being crowned king of football for 2009. The first-ever Argentinian to be named FIFA World Player of the Year, the Barcelona star proved a popular and modest winner and, at 22, is sure to be a contender for such honours for years to come.


http://www.fifa.com/classicfootball/awards/gala/player=229397.html

Player of the year 2009 Men's



Messi: Third time a charm

Over the years, a succession of Argentinian players have been hailed as 'the new Diego Maradona'. Very few, however, have been blessed with as many qualities as the latest heir to that sizable throne, one Lionel Messi.

Possessing superb vision, mesmerising close control and sublime technique, the left-footed Messi comes into his own in the tightly congested areas of midfield, finding and darting through seemingly impossible gaps with deceptive ease. With his explosive change of pace, breathtaking dribbling and unerring eye for goal, he poses a continual threat to opposing teams.

While the Barcelona star is always at pains to avoid comparisons with El Diego, his goal against Getafe in April 2007, a virtual carbon copy of the legendary No10's second against England in the quarter-finals of the 1986 FIFA World Cup Mexico™, served only to underline the similarities between the two. On one occasion Maradona himself was moved to say: "I've seen the player who will take my place in Argentinian football and his name is Lionel Messi." After that, no one was surprised when Maradona – now Argentina’s coach – handed Messi his old No10 jersey for the South Africa 2010 qualifying campaign.

Born on 24 June 1987 in Rosario, Santa Fe, Messi first served notice of his artistry in the youth ranks at Newell's Old Boys. At the age of 13, as the economic crisis ravaging Argentina reached its height, he moved with his family to Spain. After settling in Barcelona, the teenager was invited to the Nou Camp for a trial, where he was spotted by the then Blaugrana youth team coach Carles Rexach. "I saw him straightaway, and just to make sure I made him sign for the club on the back of a paper napkin," Rexach would later recall.

So slender was he for his age that he was quickly dubbed La Pulga (The Flea), with the club also arranging for special medical treatment to stimulate the young wizard's growth hormones. Suitably bulked up, Messi made his Spanish league debut at the end of 2004, but it was the following year that his inexorable rise to stardom began. His first goal in Barcelona colours came on 1 May against Albacete, making him the youngest scorer in the club's long history, a record only recently eclipsed by the precocious Bojan Krkic.

International star born
His love affair with the blue-and-white jersey of Argentina began just a few months later when he played a starring role in the side that won the FIFA U-20 World Cup Netherlands 2005, making off with the adidas Golden Shoe as the tournament's top scorer and the adidas Golden Ball as the best player just for good measure.

In August that year, Jose Nestor Pekerman gave Messi his first full international cap in a friendly against Hungary. It proved to be an unhappy beginning, however. Just 47 seconds after coming on the debutant was dismissed for lashing out after a foul.

Nevertheless, the youngster was back less than two months later to make his first start for the Albiceleste in a Germany 2006 qualifying match against Peru in Buenos Aires. His first goal for his country followed on 1 March 2006 in a friendly against Croatia and by the time he arrived in Germany he was being widely tipped as one of the tournament's star performers. To the surprise of many, however, Messi played only a supporting role for his side and looked on from the bench as his team-mates lost out to the hosts in the quarter-finals.

In 2007, Messi put in a strong performance at the Copa America in Venezuela, where his team finished second, losing to Brazil in the final. La Pulga pulled off some suitably magic moments in that competition, such as the memorable goal he scored against Mexico in the semi-finals. One year later he was again the star of the team that retained the Gold Medal at the Olympic Football Tournament in Beijing. His output was such that the he went on to finish second behind Cristiano Ronaldo at the FIFA Player of the Year Gala.

Glittering career
Playing for Barcelona, Messi has already won three national league titles, one Copa del Rey, one European SuperCup, three Spanish SuperCups, two UEFA Champions League titles and the FIFA Club World Cup. Messi played an integral role as Barcelona won their first FIFA Club World Cup, scoring the winning goal in the final against Estudiantes and being named winner of the adidas Golden Ball as the best player in the competition. Add that to his two-time runner-up finishes in the voting for FIFA World Player of the Year, and Messi looks like one of the finest players in the game’s recent history.

During the 2008/2009 season, the player’s potential was confirmed beyond all doubt. Already owner of the historical No10 worn by Maradona, Romario, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho, La Pulga helped Barcelona to the coveted Triple Crown of La Liga, Copa del Rey and Champions League titles. As if that were not enough, he was top scorer in the Champions League with nine goals, including one in the final against Manchester United. In the Copa del Rey he scored six times, and he even managed to score 23 times in the league.

Qualified now for the FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010, Messi is looking to prove that he can match his amazing club form with Argentina on the world stage. Runner-up at the Copa America and in the last two FIFA Player of the Year Galas, Messi has now taken the biggest step of his career by being crowned king of football for 2009. The first-ever Argentinian to be named FIFA World Player of the Year, the Barcelona star proved a popular and modest winner and, at 22, is sure to be a contender for such honours for years to come.


http://www.fifa.com/classicfootball/awards/gala/player=229397.html

Messi takes first award, Marta obtains record-breaking fourth crown





Argentina’s Lionel Messi collected his first FIFA World Player of the Year title while Brazil’s Marta became the first to obtain four FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year awards at the 19th FIFA World Player Gala at the Zurich Kongresshaus on Monday evening. It was a night to remember, with on-stage appearances by former and current football stars, prominent celebrities and a musical show headlined by Italian pop star Laura Pausini.

Messi had an outstanding 2009, leading his club FC Barcelona to a historic season and collecting the FIFA Club World Cup, the UEFA Champions League and Super Cup crowns and the Spanish Liga, Super Cup and Cup titles along the way. The 1,073 points he obtained in the vote, participated in by the coaches and captains of 147 national teams, saw him win by a clear margin ahead of Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo in second (352 points) and Spain’s Xavi (196), Brazil’s Kaka (190) and Spain’s Andres Iniesta (134).

Marta thrilled fans in the revamped Women’s Professional Soccer League in the U.S., where she won the Golden Boot and was elected best player of the season with Los Angeles Sol, and also claimed the titles of the women’s Copa Libertadores and Copa de Brasil with Santos. Votes were cast by 130 coaches and captains for the women’s award and Marta won for the fourth consecutive time (833 points), ahead of Germany’s Birgit Prinz (290), England’s Kelly Smith (252), Brazil’s Cristiane (239) and Germany’s Inka Grings (216). An overview of the complete results can be found on FIFA.com.

Two new awards were presented at the gala. The FIFA/FIFPro World XI to honour the best eleven players of the year, as chosen by over 50,000 professional players from all over the world, went to a real “dream team” featuring Iker Casillas (Spain) in goal; Daniel Alves (Brazil), Nemanja Vidic (Serbia), John Terry (England) and Patrice Evra (France) in defence; Steven Gerrard (England), Xavi (Spain) and Andres Iniesta (Spain) in midfield; and Lionel Messi (Argentina), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) and Fernando Torres (Spain) up front.

Also handed out for the first time was the FIFA Puskás Award for the 'most beautiful goal' of the year as voted for on FIFA.com by over 120,000 fans. This prize, created in honour and in memory of Ferenc Puskás, the captain and star of the Hungarian national team during the 1950s, went to Cristiano Ronaldo for his fantastic goal in the UEFA Champions League match between FC Porto and Manchester United on 15 April 2009.

Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan received the FIFA Presidential Award for her relentless efforts to help provide an education to children all over the world through her role as co-chair of the '1Goal: Education for All' campaign. This campaign was launched in August 2009 at London’s Wembley Stadium and aims to provide an education to the over 72 million children globally who are denied the chance to go to school. It has been endorsed by world leaders, footballers and fans from all over the world and is also supported by FIFA and its President Joseph S. Blatter.

The FIFA Fair Play Award was given posthumously to Sir Bobby Robson for his outstanding commitment to the values of fair play throughout his career. Respected and admired by football fans from all over the world, he was considered as a true gentleman both on and off the pitch by team-mates and rivals alike. The award was collected by Lady Elsie Robson, widow of the legendary English player and manager who passed away in July 2009.

Finally, the FIFA Development Prize went to the Chinese Football Association for its commitment to a new FIFA grassroots programme in China PR. The programme, which has been launched in 44 cities and involves over a million children throughout the country, will help to move the focus in China PR away from elite football towards the development of a comprehensive grassroots programme.


http://www.fifa.com/classicfootball/awards/gala/news/newsid=1151399.html#messi+takes+first+award+marta+obtains+record+breaking+fourth+crown

Messi takes first award, Marta obtains record-breaking fourth crown





Argentina’s Lionel Messi collected his first FIFA World Player of the Year title while Brazil’s Marta became the first to obtain four FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year awards at the 19th FIFA World Player Gala at the Zurich Kongresshaus on Monday evening. It was a night to remember, with on-stage appearances by former and current football stars, prominent celebrities and a musical show headlined by Italian pop star Laura Pausini.

Messi had an outstanding 2009, leading his club FC Barcelona to a historic season and collecting the FIFA Club World Cup, the UEFA Champions League and Super Cup crowns and the Spanish Liga, Super Cup and Cup titles along the way. The 1,073 points he obtained in the vote, participated in by the coaches and captains of 147 national teams, saw him win by a clear margin ahead of Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo in second (352 points) and Spain’s Xavi (196), Brazil’s Kaka (190) and Spain’s Andres Iniesta (134).

Marta thrilled fans in the revamped Women’s Professional Soccer League in the U.S., where she won the Golden Boot and was elected best player of the season with Los Angeles Sol, and also claimed the titles of the women’s Copa Libertadores and Copa de Brasil with Santos. Votes were cast by 130 coaches and captains for the women’s award and Marta won for the fourth consecutive time (833 points), ahead of Germany’s Birgit Prinz (290), England’s Kelly Smith (252), Brazil’s Cristiane (239) and Germany’s Inka Grings (216). An overview of the complete results can be found on FIFA.com.

Two new awards were presented at the gala. The FIFA/FIFPro World XI to honour the best eleven players of the year, as chosen by over 50,000 professional players from all over the world, went to a real “dream team” featuring Iker Casillas (Spain) in goal; Daniel Alves (Brazil), Nemanja Vidic (Serbia), John Terry (England) and Patrice Evra (France) in defence; Steven Gerrard (England), Xavi (Spain) and Andres Iniesta (Spain) in midfield; and Lionel Messi (Argentina), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) and Fernando Torres (Spain) up front.

Also handed out for the first time was the FIFA Puskás Award for the 'most beautiful goal' of the year as voted for on FIFA.com by over 120,000 fans. This prize, created in honour and in memory of Ferenc Puskás, the captain and star of the Hungarian national team during the 1950s, went to Cristiano Ronaldo for his fantastic goal in the UEFA Champions League match between FC Porto and Manchester United on 15 April 2009.

Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan received the FIFA Presidential Award for her relentless efforts to help provide an education to children all over the world through her role as co-chair of the '1Goal: Education for All' campaign. This campaign was launched in August 2009 at London’s Wembley Stadium and aims to provide an education to the over 72 million children globally who are denied the chance to go to school. It has been endorsed by world leaders, footballers and fans from all over the world and is also supported by FIFA and its President Joseph S. Blatter.

The FIFA Fair Play Award was given posthumously to Sir Bobby Robson for his outstanding commitment to the values of fair play throughout his career. Respected and admired by football fans from all over the world, he was considered as a true gentleman both on and off the pitch by team-mates and rivals alike. The award was collected by Lady Elsie Robson, widow of the legendary English player and manager who passed away in July 2009.

Finally, the FIFA Development Prize went to the Chinese Football Association for its commitment to a new FIFA grassroots programme in China PR. The programme, which has been launched in 44 cities and involves over a million children throughout the country, will help to move the focus in China PR away from elite football towards the development of a comprehensive grassroots programme.


http://www.fifa.com/classicfootball/awards/gala/news/newsid=1151399.html#messi+takes+first+award+marta+obtains+record+breaking+fourth+crown

حفل توزيع جائزه افضل لاعب في العالم 2009 مباشر






فاز اللاعب ميسي بجائزه افضل لاعب لهذا العام 2009

دأب FIFA منذ 18 عشرة سنة على تنظيم حفل سنوي لتكريم أفضل لاعبي العالم، ولكن مراسم حفل سنة 2009 ستكون مختلفة، وستشهد العديد من المستجدات... ويوافيكم هذا المقال ببرنامج هذا الحفل الضخم والفريد، الذي سينظم يوم 21 ديسمبر/كانون الأول بمدينة زيوريخ السويسرية، والذي يمكنكم متابعة تفاصيله عبر موقع FIFA.com.


دأب FIFA منذ 18 عشرة سنة على تنظيم حفل سنوي لتكريم أفضل لاعبي العالم، ولكن مراسم حفل سنة 2009 ستكون مختلفة، وستشهد العديد من المستجدات... ويوافيكم هذا المقال ببرنامج هذا الحفل الضخم والفريد، الذي سينظم يوم 21 ديسمبر/كانون الأول بمدينة زيوريخ السويسرية، والذي يمكنكم متابعة تفاصيله عبر موقع FIFA.com.

هذا وستشهد مراسم حفل التتويج هذا العام تسليم جائزتين جديدتين:

- جائزة بوشكاش FIFA التي ستتوج صاحب أو صاحبة "أجمل هدف" خلال موسم 2008/2009، والتي يخلد اسمها ذكرى الراحل فيرنيك بوشكاش. إذ قام زوار موقع FIFA.com بالتصويت خلال الأسابيع الأخيرة على عشرة ملفات فيديو أعدها خبراء FIFA بعناية، وسيكون العالم قاطبة على موعد مع نتائج تصويت عشاق كرة القدم مباشرة يوم 21 ديسمبر/كانون الأول.

- جائزة FIFA/FIFPro World XI التي تُتوج الفريق الذهبي لهذا العام (أي 11 لاعباً)، بناء على أصوات أكثر من 50 ألف لاعب محترف عبر بقاع المعمورة. وسينقل لكم موقع FIFA.com كذلك تفاصيل تقديم هذه الجائزة وسط أجواء خاصة ستكتشفونها ليلة الحفل...

نقل مباشر، صوتاً وصورة
سينقل موقع FIFA.com تفاصيل هذا الحفل الفريد مباشرة، وسيقرب زواره من هذا الحدث البارز عبر ملفات فيديو حية يمكن الوصول إليها من هذا المقال، حيث سيبدأ الحفل عند الساعة 20:00 بالتوقيت المحلي (توقيت وسط أوروبا). ولن يكون الجمهور على موعد مع أسماء الفائزين بجائزتي أحسن لاعب ولاعبة في العالم FIFA فحسب، بل سيكتشف أيضاً صاحب جائزة FIFA للعب النظيف وجائرة الرئيس وجائزة التنمية والتطوير. هذا وسيشهد الحفل حضور النجمة الإيطالية لاورا باوزيني ومفاجآت موسيقية أخرى.

قبل ذلك، يمكنكم متابعة اللقاءات الإعلامية التي ستنظم بحضور اللاعبات الخمس المرشحات لجائزة أفضل لاعبة في العالم (الساعة 15:00)، وبعد ذلك بمعية النجوم الخمس المرشحين لجائزة أفضل لاعب (الساعة 16:00).

كما سيقدم موقع FIFA.com، مع النقل الحي والمباشر للحفل وطوال ليلة 21 ديسمبر/كانون الأول، العديد من المقالات والحوارات والصور وملفات الفيديو. كما ستكون الفرصة مواتية لإثراء النقاش والإدلاء بآرائكم عن هذا الحفل الفريد وعن اختيارات هذا العام. فكونوا جميعاً في الموعد يوم 21 ديسمبر/كانون الأول، واستمتعوا باحتفالات هذا العام عبر موقع FIFA.com.

حفل توزيع جائزه افضل لاعب في العالم 2009 مباشر






فاز اللاعب ميسي بجائزه افضل لاعب لهذا العام 2009

دأب FIFA منذ 18 عشرة سنة على تنظيم حفل سنوي لتكريم أفضل لاعبي العالم، ولكن مراسم حفل سنة 2009 ستكون مختلفة، وستشهد العديد من المستجدات... ويوافيكم هذا المقال ببرنامج هذا الحفل الضخم والفريد، الذي سينظم يوم 21 ديسمبر/كانون الأول بمدينة زيوريخ السويسرية، والذي يمكنكم متابعة تفاصيله عبر موقع FIFA.com.


دأب FIFA منذ 18 عشرة سنة على تنظيم حفل سنوي لتكريم أفضل لاعبي العالم، ولكن مراسم حفل سنة 2009 ستكون مختلفة، وستشهد العديد من المستجدات... ويوافيكم هذا المقال ببرنامج هذا الحفل الضخم والفريد، الذي سينظم يوم 21 ديسمبر/كانون الأول بمدينة زيوريخ السويسرية، والذي يمكنكم متابعة تفاصيله عبر موقع FIFA.com.

هذا وستشهد مراسم حفل التتويج هذا العام تسليم جائزتين جديدتين:

- جائزة بوشكاش FIFA التي ستتوج صاحب أو صاحبة "أجمل هدف" خلال موسم 2008/2009، والتي يخلد اسمها ذكرى الراحل فيرنيك بوشكاش. إذ قام زوار موقع FIFA.com بالتصويت خلال الأسابيع الأخيرة على عشرة ملفات فيديو أعدها خبراء FIFA بعناية، وسيكون العالم قاطبة على موعد مع نتائج تصويت عشاق كرة القدم مباشرة يوم 21 ديسمبر/كانون الأول.

- جائزة FIFA/FIFPro World XI التي تُتوج الفريق الذهبي لهذا العام (أي 11 لاعباً)، بناء على أصوات أكثر من 50 ألف لاعب محترف عبر بقاع المعمورة. وسينقل لكم موقع FIFA.com كذلك تفاصيل تقديم هذه الجائزة وسط أجواء خاصة ستكتشفونها ليلة الحفل...

نقل مباشر، صوتاً وصورة
سينقل موقع FIFA.com تفاصيل هذا الحفل الفريد مباشرة، وسيقرب زواره من هذا الحدث البارز عبر ملفات فيديو حية يمكن الوصول إليها من هذا المقال، حيث سيبدأ الحفل عند الساعة 20:00 بالتوقيت المحلي (توقيت وسط أوروبا). ولن يكون الجمهور على موعد مع أسماء الفائزين بجائزتي أحسن لاعب ولاعبة في العالم FIFA فحسب، بل سيكتشف أيضاً صاحب جائزة FIFA للعب النظيف وجائرة الرئيس وجائزة التنمية والتطوير. هذا وسيشهد الحفل حضور النجمة الإيطالية لاورا باوزيني ومفاجآت موسيقية أخرى.

قبل ذلك، يمكنكم متابعة اللقاءات الإعلامية التي ستنظم بحضور اللاعبات الخمس المرشحات لجائزة أفضل لاعبة في العالم (الساعة 15:00)، وبعد ذلك بمعية النجوم الخمس المرشحين لجائزة أفضل لاعب (الساعة 16:00).

كما سيقدم موقع FIFA.com، مع النقل الحي والمباشر للحفل وطوال ليلة 21 ديسمبر/كانون الأول، العديد من المقالات والحوارات والصور وملفات الفيديو. كما ستكون الفرصة مواتية لإثراء النقاش والإدلاء بآرائكم عن هذا الحفل الفريد وعن اختيارات هذا العام. فكونوا جميعاً في الموعد يوم 21 ديسمبر/كانون الأول، واستمتعوا باحتفالات هذا العام عبر موقع FIFA.com.

The FIFA World Player Gala live





(FIFA.com)
Friday 18 December 2009

The FIFA World Player Gala has been a fixture on the footballing calendar for 18 years now. The 2009 event, which you can follow live at FIFA.com, takes place in Zurich on Monday 21 December and promises to be one of the most exciting yet.

Among the many surprises in store is the FIFA Puskas Award, presented for the best goal of the 2008/09 season. You, the users of FIFA.com, have had the opportunity to peruse ten top strikes selected by a panel of FIFA experts. And your votes have now been counted, with the results being announced at the Kongresshaus on Monday evening.

Also on the agenda is the inaugural selection of the FIFA/FIFPro World XI, the best 11 players of the year as chosen by over 50,000 professional football players from all over the world. The line-up will be unveiled as part of a special presentation that you can follow at FIFA.com.

Live coverage
The Gala starts at 20.00 CET and as usual we will be streaming all the action live. The high points of a packed programme will be the presentations of the 2009 FIFA World Player and FIFA Women’s World Player awards, with the recipients of the FIFA Fair Play, the FIFA Presidential and the FIFA Development awards also being revealed. And helping the party go with a swing will be Italian singer Laura Pausini.

To set the tone for the evening FIFA.com is also broadcasting the press conferences of the five FIFA Women’s World Player nominees and their five male counterparts, which begin at 15.00 CET and 16.00 CET respectively.

During the course of the evening we will also be bringing you a host of articles, interviews, photos and videos, and giving you the opportunity to add your comments and exchange views with fellow FIFA.com users from all over the world. It promises to be quite a night, so make sure you tune in and follow all the action with us.

The FIFA World Player Gala live





(FIFA.com)
Friday 18 December 2009

The FIFA World Player Gala has been a fixture on the footballing calendar for 18 years now. The 2009 event, which you can follow live at FIFA.com, takes place in Zurich on Monday 21 December and promises to be one of the most exciting yet.

Among the many surprises in store is the FIFA Puskas Award, presented for the best goal of the 2008/09 season. You, the users of FIFA.com, have had the opportunity to peruse ten top strikes selected by a panel of FIFA experts. And your votes have now been counted, with the results being announced at the Kongresshaus on Monday evening.

Also on the agenda is the inaugural selection of the FIFA/FIFPro World XI, the best 11 players of the year as chosen by over 50,000 professional football players from all over the world. The line-up will be unveiled as part of a special presentation that you can follow at FIFA.com.

Live coverage
The Gala starts at 20.00 CET and as usual we will be streaming all the action live. The high points of a packed programme will be the presentations of the 2009 FIFA World Player and FIFA Women’s World Player awards, with the recipients of the FIFA Fair Play, the FIFA Presidential and the FIFA Development awards also being revealed. And helping the party go with a swing will be Italian singer Laura Pausini.

To set the tone for the evening FIFA.com is also broadcasting the press conferences of the five FIFA Women’s World Player nominees and their five male counterparts, which begin at 15.00 CET and 16.00 CET respectively.

During the course of the evening we will also be bringing you a host of articles, interviews, photos and videos, and giving you the opportunity to add your comments and exchange views with fellow FIFA.com users from all over the world. It promises to be quite a night, so make sure you tune in and follow all the action with us.

Follow the Gala LIVE




Among the many surprises in store is the FIFA Puskas Award, presented for the best goal of the 2008/09 season. You, the users of FIFA.com, have had the opportunity to peruse ten top strikes selected by a panel of FIFA experts. And your votes have now been counted, with the results being announced at the Kongresshaus on Monday evening.

Also on the agenda is the inaugural selection of the FIFA/FIFPro World XI, the best 11 players of the year as chosen by over 50,000 professional football players from all over the world. The line-up will be unveiled as part of a special presentation that you can follow at FIFA.com.

Live coverage
The Gala starts at 20.00 CET and as usual we will be streaming all the action live. The high points of a packed programme will be the presentations of the 2009 FIFA World Player and FIFA Women’s World Player awards, with the recipients of the FIFA Fair Play, the FIFA Presidential and the FIFA Development awards also being revealed. And helping the party go with a swing will be Italian singer Laura Pausini.

To set the tone for the evening FIFA.com is also broadcasting the press conferences of the five FIFA Women’s World Player nominees and their five male counterparts, which begin at 15.00 CET and 16.00 CET respectively.

During the course of the evening we will also be bringing you a host of articles, interviews, photos and videos, and giving you the opportunity to add your comments and exchange views with fellow FIFA.com users from all over the world. It promises to be quite a night, so make sure you tune in and follow all the action with us.

http://www.fifa.com/classicfootball/awards/gala/news/newsid=1150295.html#a+gala+evening+store


Follow the Gala LIVE




Among the many surprises in store is the FIFA Puskas Award, presented for the best goal of the 2008/09 season. You, the users of FIFA.com, have had the opportunity to peruse ten top strikes selected by a panel of FIFA experts. And your votes have now been counted, with the results being announced at the Kongresshaus on Monday evening.

Also on the agenda is the inaugural selection of the FIFA/FIFPro World XI, the best 11 players of the year as chosen by over 50,000 professional football players from all over the world. The line-up will be unveiled as part of a special presentation that you can follow at FIFA.com.

Live coverage
The Gala starts at 20.00 CET and as usual we will be streaming all the action live. The high points of a packed programme will be the presentations of the 2009 FIFA World Player and FIFA Women’s World Player awards, with the recipients of the FIFA Fair Play, the FIFA Presidential and the FIFA Development awards also being revealed. And helping the party go with a swing will be Italian singer Laura Pausini.

To set the tone for the evening FIFA.com is also broadcasting the press conferences of the five FIFA Women’s World Player nominees and their five male counterparts, which begin at 15.00 CET and 16.00 CET respectively.

During the course of the evening we will also be bringing you a host of articles, interviews, photos and videos, and giving you the opportunity to add your comments and exchange views with fellow FIFA.com users from all over the world. It promises to be quite a night, so make sure you tune in and follow all the action with us.

http://www.fifa.com/classicfootball/awards/gala/news/newsid=1150295.html#a+gala+evening+store


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Wedding invitation: Bid your guests with style



Wedding ceremony is the great occasion where you have to arrange all the festive things very carefully. Even a little ignorance can make the party fuss. The couple is generally unaware of such tips while arranging their wedding ceremony. This article will help you to know how to invite your guests in proper way.

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Wedding ceremony starts write from the wedding invitation. There are many ideal wedding invitations available at the market. You can have your own ideas to make the unique wedding ceremony.

A good sample wedding invitation consists:

Venue, date, time, dress code, theme (if applicable), name of the bride and groom, name of the host, Invitation message and romantic quotes.

Traditionally, mother of bride or parents of the bride invite guests to the ceremony.
So they invite guests with all the details of the party. They can invite in union too. The parents from both sides can invite the guests with the traditional style. It gives the insisted impression to your wedding invitation.

These days’ couples host their own wedding party. So, they can invite as the hosts too. This is the common practice in the modern era. The impression of such invitation is straight forward.
This style proves helpful especially in business contact development. You can build up your contacts and the nature of your transparency reflects through your wedding invitation card.

If you are going to host a mini wedding ceremony with your selective friends, then you can have the miniature invitations decorated with short romantic quotations. They underline the friendliness of the wedding ceremony and add affectionate touch to the invitation. The informal attitude of your invitation makes the party really enjoyable. Just imagine an invitation which has the quote like:

“For hearing my thoughts,
understanding my dreams,
and being my best friend...

Obviously, it will turn you to reserve the dates for attending the wedding party. So is the case of all your guests if you apply the idea in your wedding invitation.

There are many samples of wedding invitation available on the net. You can adopt the style and change the wording in your own way. Romantic poems, funny or comic pictures can also add into the wedding invitation templates. Different modified shapes of wedding cards and stylish envelopes too make the invitation unique. So, invite gracefully to celebrate your wedding ceremony.