Monday, July 28, 2008

Wedding Inspiration

Something borrowed, something blue...

I'll have to admit, when I have a client that says she wants to incorporate a lot of blue in her decor, it can be challenging. Mainly, there are not a lot of true blue flowers out there and I'm not a big fan of dyed flowers. I'm currently planning a destination wedding with this "blue" bride and have found the perfect beautiful solution for her wedding in St. Kitts. These photos are from Destination Wedding Style.

I just love all the hues of blue and green to mimic the ocean's colors. Peacock feather's add a touch a sass and that "unexpected element" that you know I love!

Check out this awesome centerpiece of feathers, white peonies and hydrangea. So original! These amazing floral designs are by Yvonne Floral Design out of Hawaii... must be nice!!

Wednesday, July 23, 2008


We made the Library for Elizabeth Anne! We're so honored to be a part of your FABULOUS list of vendors! Please stop by and check them out! Congrats ladies on the new site! It's awesome!!

Monday, July 21, 2008

Destination Weddings

For those of you who don't know, I got started in this industry doing destination weddings. Whether in Key West, New Orleans or the Caribbean, I was the go-to gal for these hot spots. I thought I would share some tips on what you need before jetting off to your nearest beach (and when you do, could I please tag along?)

First thing to check:

Language. Yes, it may be obvious to some, but before deciding you want your wedding to be in Paris or Cancun, weigh in the factor that there will be a language barrier and this may cause a challenge to you and/or your guests. I unfortunately am not bilingual by any stretch of the imagination, and most US based destination planners are not either. BUT - we have our resources in our destinations of choice that we communicate with and help translate. I strongly recommend you finding a planner experienced in your destination of choice.

Marriage Requirements. What the heck do you need to get married in Jamaica? Bora Bora? There are several resources available to get you on the right path.
Here and here to name a few.

Now there are a ton of other things that you need to know. I didn't want to bore you with more text and no pictures.

So, drop me an email { } if you have any questions - I'm happy to help or contact the local tourism board. Happy Summer!!

P.S. I promise I'll post some pictures of recent weddings soon!