Last summer, I had the honor of working with Ann at Premier Bride Magazine to create a steampunk-themed photo shoot for their Winter/Spring 2015 issue. The magazine is out now, so we are finally able to share the photos with you! Not only did we get to shoot at my alma mater, Flagler College, our photographer is a fellow alum too.
We’ve been busy pinning some fun ideas over one our Pinterest boards! Check out our new board, Wedding Day and Honeymoon Fun, for some great getting-ready attire and pre-wedding special touches. Plus, some honeymoon ideas too! What fun ideas have you pinned recently?
Looking for a great way to meet lots of wedding professionals in one place? Stop by the Premier Wedding Expo this Sunday! We have been proud to help produce these great events for many years, and they keep getting better.
Over 100 exhibitors
Great discounts and prizes will be available for brides and grooms planning their weddings
Each couple gets a bridal bag when entering the show
The event runs from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the EverBank Field West Touchdown Club. Tickets are $10 at the door, but if you purchase the online in advance they are only $7! Be sure to visit the show’s website, www.PremierWedding.com, to learn more.
We are excited to present a new stationery line to our clients! We have decided to partner with Simply Personal because we love the level of customization they offer. We can also provide chair signs, seating charts, favor tags and more! Schedule an appointment to view the collection at our office.
The beginning of a new year always brings talk of resolutions. But as you start thinking about your list, consider adding some wedding-related goals for 2015:
1. Stick to the budget. Seriously. The first step in planning a wedding is creating a budget. Don’t start dreaming of the perfect dress or a spectacular venue until you do so! It will only lead to heartbreak. You’ll also need a final guest list so that you’ll know how many people to budget for – obviously a wedding for 100 people will cost much more than a wedding for 50. Don’t risk starting your married life off with a huge debt from the wedding!
2. Get in shape, but not just for the wedding day. Yes, you may be tempted to lose a few pounds or tone up your arms or tush before the wedding. And that’s great. But consider making healthy lifestyle choices with your partner, and make them a part of your marriage not just your wedding. While you are planning your wedding, you’ll be on the go and might be tempted to eat fast food or skip meals altogether. Plan ahead to make healthy choices!
3. Give back and buy local. Chances are, you’ll be planning a great party to celebrate your wedding. Why not use local sources as much as possible? Ask your florist if they use local farms, ask caterers about local produce and vegetables. If you are using fresh flowers in your wedding, consider donating them to a local nursing home after the wedding! The residents will love the special thought.