How long does it usually take to book a destination wedding? 1 year? How about in 2 years? After planning hundreds of weddings per year, we have come to a very important bottom line: all couples are different.
It doesn´t matter if you wish to book 3 years in advance or 2 months in advance, we have got it covered. There are only so many factors that go into a wedding, to name a few; flowers, food, dress, cake, photographer, venue, colors and decorations.
Now imagine planning all of this in o
You’ve figured out who you want to sit by whom, now it’s time to get creative and make it your own. Here are 8 creative ideas to customize your seat assignments!
As an alternative to traditional escort cards on a table, create a board and pin the cards horizontally. Use a mix of colors and designs that match your wedding theme. A touching addition is a thank you note on the back side. Let your guests know how much you appreciate them for attending and add a cute memory y
Did you know that in Roman history, the bridesmaids dressed alike and formed a bridal troop to march alongside the bride to the groom’s village?! They protected the bride and intervened if anyone tried to bother the bride or steal her dowry. Times have changed a bit since early Roman history, but your bridesmaids will still surround you and protect you (from anxiety!) on your wedding day! You have probably already picked out the ladies who are closest to you. So now, what are the best gifts you
Weddings are full of touching and heartfelt times to share with the one you love as well as friends and family. They are especially moving when they involve different cultures and backgrounds. Here are some of the suggestions we have for planning a multi-cultural wedding full of inspirational traditions that will bring together cultures, backgrounds and religions into a party that is sure to be loved by all!
Enjoy this time of planning! Work together to combine traditio
4 Steps to the Perfect Ceremony Processional
How will you line up your ceremony processional? We’ve created a key for you…
#1: List the Participants
First, make a detailed list of participants to include. Make sure the people you both feel closest with, are included. Keep in mind: do not over-do it! The idea is to keep the list within the bridal party and a few family members not to bore the rest of the guests with the processional.
#2: Fiancé Entrance
Traditional or Non Traditiona
As wedding coordinators we know that every bride wants to look beautiful and spectacular in her wedding day!! An amazing skin, implacable body and hair!! Well, here you have some recommendations to make this happen.
1.- Salt: Get away from the salty food, salt is the best ally of fluid retention and this will cause swelling and heaviness all day!!!
2.- Carbonated drinks: Soda, mineral water … this kind of drinks will make you feel swollen, not quite what you envision for your wedding day
Color choices are important to make right away so that you can plan everything else around them. Invitations, bridesmaid dresses, bouquets, floral arrangements, cake ribbon, and much more. After you have the colors, all of the other stylistic details will fall into place.
Take into consideration:
1. Where is your venue? A tropical beach wedding? A quaint Garden? A large, indoor wedding venue?
2. What season? Spring trends are great for light, breezy colors whereas the winter lends to bold,