Archive for the ‘Real Weddings’ Category

The two met during their Christmas holidays on the beach in Mornington Peninsula through mutual friends. During a romantic weekend away, Andrew proposed at one of their favourite places – Teddy’s Lookout at Lorne. The couple celebrated with their loved one at Stones of the Yarra Valley, with their hearts→ Read more
The couple who initially met through a mutual friend wed at the ever-romantic Oatlands House in NSW. The two wanted a simple yet elegantly styled garden wedding and couldn’t think of anything more perfect but to say their vows outdoors under the Chateau in the garden.→ Read more
We wanted the day to have a mixture of classic and formal elements, but a relaxed and warm feel with neutral tones and elements of nature. We’re both animals lovers and I am a vet so it was really important for our dog Mia to be part of the ceremony.→ Read more
The two met in a night club that was actually on a boat as they were on a Christmas cruise around the South Pacific at the time, taking Clint nine out of the ten days before he worked up the courage to speak to Jeena. Years later he proposed in→ Read more
Laura and Johnny had a timelessly beautiful wedding at St Monica’s in Melbourne and celebrated into the night at The Sovereign. The two met through long term friends and hit it off from that moment on.→ Read more
Jessica and Yosis's Classic Jewish Wedding. The couple have been inseparable since they met in 2008 and celebrated with their nearest and dearest at the timeless and traditional River Room at Crown in Melbourne. The special day included ballet slippers for all of the ladies, a scotch and cigar table→ Read more
A Fairytale Venice wedding was brought to life when fate had it that Sharlene and Craig met during their studies in 2004. At the sweet age of 19, she fell head over heels in love with his beautiful kind heart. 8 years later, when travelling through Europe, the couple spent→ Read more

Welcome your hotel guests with colorful decorative themed gift bags that will immediately create an aura of celebration. Rather than have the front desk hand them one after checking in, have a family representative present to greet them and personally hand them their gift bag.  Contents should include keepsakes, maps, treats, agenda, and of course a personal note from the couple.

Eliminate the stress of assembling welcome bags and favors. With gift bags by Pop Decor, LLC. Based in Denville, New Jersey, Sherra Jones will suggest items to include in the bags. Then she will design, package, and ship the beautiful customized gift bags to welcome your guests as they arrive for your special day. Starting at $10.00 per customized bag and a minumum of 50 bags is required. Contents are not included.  However, Sherra will shop for unique favors, treats and keepsakes.  Gift bag plus contents will start at $25.00 per bag.

Each bag is decorated with whimsical, unique, and celebratory embellishments, complemented with ribbon and tissue paper to create a stylish presentation. Upon initial contact, Sherra will arrange a time to dialog about your needs and special interests to help create a vision as well as your decor expectations. She will consider your design requests for color schemes, event themes, hobbies, and seasonal decor in the development of each product. In addition to gift bags, she can design party favors and table settings to match.

Contact Sherra at 862-222-2134 or popdecorforcelebrations@gmail.com.

photo: Nautical Theme Collection Design by PopDecor LLC

The couple met in 1998 and despite irrefutable chemistry, nothing happened until 10 years later when social media brought them back into each other’s lives. From there, things moved fairly quickly. Emily, their beautiful daughter, was born 3 years ago and that’s what encouraged them to plan their religious wedding→ Read more
The couple wed at the charming Maleny Manor in the Sunshine Coast Hinterlands and had a special guest - Luna the owl. Fallyn contacted a not for profit organization who save ex zoo animals, and had the owl brought in as a surprise for guests. Fallyn's florist also imported French→ Read more
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