Posts Tagged ‘groomsmen’

history. How did he propose? Michael surprised me with a helicopter ride from Hamilton Island to Hayman Island where we spent the day relaxing by the pool at the One & Only resort. That night he organised a private dinner on the beach and he got down on one knee→ 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

Many grooms these days are ditching the classic black and white in favor of something that will be unique and add more character to their wedding. Pantone’s Marsala was just named color of the year, and after you see what wedding planners around the world are doing with it, you→ Read more
We all know the classic tradition- a bride has to wear something new, something borrowed, and something blue. It’s always fun to see how brides try to incorporate these three things into their big days. Something blue can be a bit challenging, especially if it doesn’t quite compliment your wedding→ Read more
Wedding favors: centerpieces that are also seedlings planted and ready to take home and put in the window sill; tiny little gauze-wrapped M & Ms with the bride and groom’s initials; fridge magnets with the mother-of-the-bride’s secret recipe for spaghetti sauce. Favors can be a wonderful way to express gratitude→ Read more
Held on a Beautiful Fall day at the Willamette Valley Vineyard. This was a stunning Wedding location showing all the beautiful Yellows and Oranges and Red tones of Fall. Their favorite pictures were the ones taken around sunset with the views of the vineyard and the clouds.→ Read more
When it comes to weddings, companies and blogs often focus solely on the bride and her bridal party. We think it’s important to shift the focus onto the groom whenever possible. After all, they are the other half of the wedding and deserve just as much attention when it comes→ Read more
Historically, grooms and their groomsmen had been limited to the traditional boutonniere— typically a single flower tucked into a jacket lapel— to add a pop of color. Increasingly grooms and groomsmen—along with any women who are appareled in jackets in the bridal party—are exploring options ranging from elegantly eye-catching to→ Read more
One of the often-overlooked parts of planning a wedding are the travel arrangements. Transporting a wedding party including bride, bridesmaids, groom, groomsmen is no small feat. There are usually multiple destination points, such as a hotel to salon, ceremony to reception, and often a detour along the way to a→ Read more
Here’s another breathtaking spring wedding with Natalie and Marcus. The reception was held at the Summit House in Fullerton, California. I find the venue completely exquisite and elegant. Enjoy these wonderful photos taken by Priscila Valentina.→ Read more
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