Saying “I do” with snow on the ground and icicles hanging from the windows… Sounds like a winter fairy tale. Well some of the most memorable winter trends come from this past wedding season! Definitely different, but perfect for the cold, faux fur was a great way to keep warm and fashionable (left picture). A full on fur coat or just a fur shawl accessorized many brides this winter. Next is the most daring trend: two-pieces! This trend is making a stand in all parts of t
The ceremony was held at Saint Bernadette church on September 20th. The beautiful bride said I do in an amazing church venue, accented by orange and grey ribbons and assorted flowers. What made this wedding so memorable was the Marine Sword Send Off tradition which made this wedding so unique to the newlyweds. After the ceremony, the couple hosted a cocktail party at The Mount Vernon Country Club overlooking Look Out Mountain and the breath taking scenery around them. The cou
A wedding is the personal expression of two very special people; the bride and groom. It is an evening of romance and surprise, of grace and refinement, dignified in presentation and tasteful in manner and in appearance. Most importantly, the finished masterpiece is in honor of the unity of two lives coming together all within a planned budget. I am a firm believer that in life there are always rules to follow, and planning an elegant wedding is no exception. Anything you wis
1. Wake up refreshed. Get to bed at a decent hour the night before so you can be your best. For this reason it’s wise to plan bachelor and bachelorette parties at least a week ahead of time. 2. Eat a breakfast that is high in protein and complex carbs.This food will take a while to break down in your body and keep you going, which is important since brides and grooms can go long periods without eating.
3. Give yourself plenty of time to get ready. You want to be able to rel
This gorgeous video by J9 Video Productions captures the exquisite wedding ceremony in which Karen and Joe said I Do. The ceremony was held atop Vail Mountain on the Wedding Deck. The intimacy of the wedding included the bride's uncle as thier officiant and guests from China and the United States. After the ceremony, the couple hosted a cocktail party at the Arrabelle including gaming tables featuring craps, black jack, gai pow and roulette. That evening the brides parents in