Believe it or not, we receive a lot of questions regarding bar service. “What type of bar should I have”, “What will guests want?”, “how much alcohol should we buy?” So have you decided on the type of wedding bar you’re wanting? [Read more…]
Do we have a treat for you this month. We have teamed up with Michele of Michele Perry Design Co. and are sharing this one of a kind “Will You Be My Bridesmaid” card- for free. If you’ve just started your wedding planning, you might be playing eeny, meeny, miny, moe with which friends are going to be your tribe. Once you have decided, you might want to ask them with a little gift. Our subscribers will receive a beautiful and fun free “Will You Be My Bridesmaid?” card for when you “pop” the question. Photo by Michele Perry. [Read more…]
Miami Beach Woman’s Club Wedding
Lauren and Roger’s Miami Beach Woman’s Club Wedding further proves how lovely a destination wedding can be, filled with organic and elegant elements that take Great Gatsby to a whole different level. The Miami Beach Woman’s Club is a picturesque Spanish Mission/Art Deco jewel. The detailing of the main entrance hall with the massive Spanish tile doors influenced many of Lauren’s smaller themed details like a quatrefoil tiled monogram to sign for their guestbook, Spanish tile coasters for favors, and in choosing colors that complimented the bold doors. We are all swooning with delight! The day was captured by Cinnante Photography. [Read more…]
No wedding should be complete without a proper wedding send off. We mean this in our deepest of hearts. You have been planning this wedding your whole life so why shouldn’t you end the night right- not with a fizzle but with a bang. Or, in this case, a blaze of glory. There are some practical reasons for a proper send off too. Having an exit is like politely saying “it’s time to go home- now get out”. It will also leave a lasting impression on the night’s festivities and give a “complete” feeling. Be sure you contact your wedding venue to see what is allowed and what’s not. A lot of old historic venues don’t allow the use of sparklers.