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Beachy Citrus Theme Drinks to add Pizzaze

  • Posted on June 29, 2012 at 9:20 am

Set up a Lemonade Stand for a refreshing beach wedding drink table at your reception.  Serve it in different flavors like Raspberry Mint or Strawberry Basil Lemonade.

For guests to take home, try Limoncello given in stylish swing-top glass bottles.  You can purchase though specialtybottle.com.  Make your own lables and attach a tag.  See ideas found in Traditional Home Magazine, July- August issue pg 36.

Just another great inspiration to think on for your Beach Wedding!

Make it a Meaningful Beach Wedding

  • Posted on June 22, 2012 at 2:20 pm

Whether you love films, food, traveling for example, you can name your tables to reflect your interests and your personality.  For example if you travel a lot  and you want to tie in a beach them, do different destination beach locations from around the world on the tables.  For starters,  Cable Beach in Australia,  Beach of Cleopatra in Turkey,  St. Anne Beach in Guadeloupe,  Jericoacoara in Brazil and RasNungwin Beach in Zanzibar.  You could even have a small note telling about them and a picture.

Hang lanterns, strings of shells, fairy lights or even birdcages (stuff with flowers, birds even shells)  for an added impact.

Involve the children by having one walk  in with a sign yelling “Here comes the bride, please stand”.

You can make DIY (do it yourself) hand held flags for when the bride and groom arrive at the reception for guests to wave at the entrance.  Have them at the sign in table and guests can write a message on them for leaving with you later to read.

 

Beach Wedding in TARPON SPRINGS, Sunset Beach

  • Posted on June 8, 2012 at 6:56 pm

I had just gotten home and the phone rang.  January Jones was her name and she wanted to get married  in  2 days on the beach with just her and her hubby-to-be before leaving Florida.  Brian was be transfered.  So,  January and Brian came the day after with the signed contract I whipped up, on their way to the mall to buy a wedding dress and meet with Maria -Owner and  hair stylist of Hair Obsessions Salon. 

The day was breathtaking, as was January.  Just enough breeze to keep us all cool and no one in sight but the 4 of us and a photographer.  I don’t think she could have planned this day to be more perfect if she would have taken a year.  Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Condon.  We wish you many, many years of love and happiness.

Many thanks to Hair Obsessions Salon, New Port Richey and Brandi Image, St. Petersburg, Florida  for helping me pull it together.