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The Vinoy Renaissance, St. Petersburg, FL

  • Posted on January 13, 2019 at 6:52 am

Love at first site.  Edward and Susan were married by Susan’s brother in the Tea Garden at the lovely Vinoy.  Susan’s niece Julia and nephew Gus walked in to Over the Rainbow followed by the bri de and groom walking together in to Cross my Heart by George Straight.  

Julie sited a lovely poem.  With all their family by there sides, nothing could make for  a perfect day.   

Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach Wedding

  • Posted on January 12, 2019 at 10:18 pm

Tom and Linda married out at the beach in front of the new Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach Resort between a cluster of palm trees that made a beautifully shaded location for setting up the ceremony.  The couple said their vows in front of their daughters and rest of their close family and friends.   Guitarist, Chris Walker, played as the girls and Linda walked in.   

Linda also hired a coordinator for the decorations down the aisle, chair sashes, welcome signage and flowers on the canopy.  (Stephanie Voth  Events)

 

What do the men get?

  • Posted on September 2, 2011 at 1:26 pm

We know at weddings it’s the ladies that enjoy the evening more than our guys, who normally are persuaded  to attend by their lovely companion.  So maybe think about  setting up a mens’ table with specialties that men enjoy.  For example you could do a cigar bar with cognac.  Set some cocktail rounds and ashtrays out side on a nearby terrace and let them enjoy as well.

Try www.Victorycigars.com (wedding cigars with personalized labling) or up a notch and add a cigar roller,  www.cigarrollers.info; there is a listing of cities around the US that they service.

Another idea,  set up  a Jerky table with a variety of selections from ostrich, turkey, deer and  beef, etc.

Try www.thebeefjerkystore.com, www.jhbuffalomeat.com, www.jaysjerky.com (has venison)  and www.jerky.com (has all varieties).