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Our next couple is near and dear to our wedding planners. They are Shai and Jay’s personal trainers! More than someone who keeps them fit and healthy these two lovebirds have become confidantes and friends.
Merry Me is honored and more than ecstatic to be invited as guests and to coordinate this beautiful and intimate event! Lovers of health and fitness Carmel and Mike met where else but at the gym! The best relationships and love stories are after all built on a foundation of mutual interests and likes. For these two working out and working as personal trainers at the gym was the first step towards a happy marriage.
Something blue, something old, something new and something borrowed… while traditions would always prevail in a wedding gone are the days of the cookie cutter wedding. Nowadays we are seeing brides and grooms celebrating their own way and we love how unique each event turns out!
New Rule: You don’t have to wear white. While the timeless white gown can never go out of style we are seeing more brides walking down the aisle in different hues. Gold, pinks and even red!
As long as you feel fabulous in your outfit, it can be any colour or style. Warning: It may shock older guests as wearing white is associated “purity.” You can opt for a white gown that has a hint of colour a black sash in your gown or a red belt. Traditional but with a twist!
New Rule: Make the day about the people who matter to you or the true VIP’s in your life. Couples want to celebrate with people they care about, those who will still be in their lives for years to come. Don’t feel obligated to invite all of your folk’s special friends as this is your big day!
New Rule: First look! There’s no doubt that one of the most emotional wedding day moments is when the bride and groom see each other for the first time. While some traditional couples prefer to save the big reveal for the moment the bride comes walking down the aisle, others decide to do a “First Look” — taking a private moment to see each other before the ceremony.
As a wedding coordinator I personally recommend the First Look. A lot will happen on your wedding day; you mingle and greet guests, talk to friends whom you haven’t seen for a long time, dance, cut the cake, etc.
It’s always nice to experience a familiar venue in a new way. The Glass Garden’s magnificent Diamond Hall was once again a witness to a newlyweds first celebration of their love as man and wife. Ian and Vie had a delightfully colorful wedding at Christ the King Church captured by CamZar Photography and Zoombox Wedding Videos. Their wedding was infused with pastel colors of yellow, peach pink and plum. Vie was a sight to behold in an elegantly designed dress by Edward Teng; its intricate details brought out her best features.
Guests enjoyed a photo booth by Camera Craze, games with the lovely host Jan May and cocktails after the ceremony while the bride and groom took a trip near the church for a beautiful portrait session. Dinner flowed with great food by Center Table, cake by Vienna Cakes and Sound Impact made sure all the guests were entertained playing all of Ian and Vie’s favorite songs. Heartwarming messages by family made both Vie and Adrian tear up a bit good thing she still looks picture perfect thanks to make up by Lee Figueroa. In one of our favorite weddings this 2013 Ian and Vie ended the night as they had met, with joy amongst their dearest friends.
Make your entourages bouquets and boutonnières last longer.. Instead of using real flowers use abaca leaves or sinamay… Creative and one of a kind.
Photo Credit: Urbanviti
Linens in gray, soft hues of pink pastel perfection and accents of silver. Be inspired with a romantic gray, blush, and antique silver board!
Photo credit: The Perfect Palette
For that exit impression… Try gowns with flutter backs! perfect for summer brides-show off that sun kissed skin!
The look here is part Southern rustic, part forest fairy. Think whimsical and relaxed!
Photo Credit: Project Wedding
A heartwarming something blue. a mom’s message to her daughter written at the bottom of her shoe.
Photo Credit: Style Me Pretty
Summer recently ended and with it comes my fascination with the mint color palette for weddings.
Mint is so refreshing to the eye and gives such a cool vibe especially when used as a background or an embellishment for weddings.
Fun, unique and signifies nature, renewal, growth and freshness!
If you wanna mix and match this color goes well with other popular wedding colors. Add blushes, light pink, purple, and even some shades of yellow!
For that all out refreshing feel try white it’s a great complimentary color to mint green.
Create a combination of any of these colors in your bouquets or centerpieces. Throw the color in little places like the ribbon on your favors, seating cards or on your wedding cake. Continue reading
Always a sucker for edible wedding favors. Check out this cute and oh so yummy personalized Hershey’s Miniature® Chocolate Bars!!! These lovelies can be customized with your wedding date and with the couple’s name. Choose from 27 designs in 7 metallic foil colors to complement your decor. Add them as a decor on your table, a dessert or give them to your guests as a wedding favor. They will sure thank you for the your extra sweetness!
Photo Credit: Wedd Book