KISS! KISS! KISS!

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The 6th of July – International Kissing Day!

(World Kissing Day)

“A kiss is a lovely trick, designed by nature, to stop words when speech becomes superfluous.”    – Ingrid Bergmen

Kiss is a tender moment, romance, love, desire and passion! A true love kiss unites two souls for a moment in time. The 6th of July is an International Day of Kisses. This day couples all across the globe “exchange their souls” through long kisses in public, join in the wonderful atmosphere of Kissing Day and show their true love to other people. This passionate holiday was found in the United Kingdom and over 20 years ago was officially approved by the United Nations Organization. All over the world there are held numerous concerts with lots of competitions. read more

‘Say Cheese’… to the Cake!

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A Cheesy Alternative provides the PERFECT option for the non-traditional Wedding!

I have to say, there is nothing I love more than a big glass of wine accompanied by a great selection of cheeses.   If you then take that cheese and put it into the form of a cake my senses immediately start jumping around with excitement. Yum!  A whole cake made of Cheese?  Are you kidding me… this is FANTASTIC! read more

Will you say ‘I DO’ at the Miller House?

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Pillar and Post unveils its newest Ceremony Location

The Miller House

The historic Miller House is a clapboard building dating back to 1817 and has recently been loving restored and made available as the newest private wedding ceremony location in Niagara on the Lake.

The Miller House lays claim to an almost near complete survival of all it’s original individual elements. It’s finishes, along with it’s history, put it the highest heritage value in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario and Canada! The house’s stylistic modesty, with some traditional Georgian architecture speaks importantly about the state of life on the Niagara Frontier in the aftermath of the war of 1812. read more