Wednesday, March 30, 2011
We are back with another contest but this time we decided to give it a twist. We are looking for a couple with a great love story. How did you met? How did he propose? What made you decide to spend the rest of your lives together? What obstacles made you guys stronger? What challenges are you facing to make this wedding happen?. We want to hear your stories! Rules for the game: Email us a photo of the happy couple to firstname.lastname@example.org including your love story must become our friend on Facebook. (We will post your love stories on our blog. http://jessicasevents.blogspot.com/ Couples, Families and Friends MUST become a follower on our blog! Weddings must be for either fall 2011 or taking place in 2012 When emailing us your photo be sure to include: Names, contact info, wedding date, number of guest and venue info pls. Your friends and family must like your photo in our page, however, we ask for NO FAKE PROFILES, NO DRAMA during this contest. We are looking for the best story that our blog readers will LOVE... The best story will win the following services: One meeting to get to know clients and go over details for wedding. *One meeting to go over wedding logistics and put together final details *5 hours of event day coverage until the beginning of dinner service *Oversee and assure all formalities are happening accordingly to timeline such as Grand Entrance, First dances, Toast dinner, etc, etc... *Contact off site vendors before wedding and introduce ourselves and let them know we will be in charge the day of your wedding. *Provide a time line of Grand Entrance, First dances, Bouquet & Garter toss and Cutting of the cake. (Given to all vendors to follow and assure a smooth flow of the event) *Guest list and table assemble to be provided to us. *Assist guest with finding their tables *Go over final details of wedding either one week before or one day prior to wedding day. *Set up only reception site such as favors, pictures, decorations etc. all to be provided to us 1 day before the wedding. We will pick up cake knives, toasting glasses, etc, etc and be given to the bride person of choice to take care of for the bride. This will be done after all the main events have been taken care of. *Host/Hostess of event. *Complete supervision of event to make sure everything is running smoothly and on time up until the main events have been taken care of until dinner. *Assist Bride, Groom and families with anything they need and any concerns they have with venue and vendors. *Become your best friend through this journey. :) This contest will run from April 4th through May 4th so be sure to start passing the word around now and get those photos in to us as quickly as possible.... This contest doesn't apply to current customers! Please contact us if you have any questions! Let the games begin!
Natalia & Scott were married on January 15th, 2011 at the Ancient Spanish Monastery in North Miami, Fl. We worked with this couple for almost close to a year to plan their wedding. The time I spent with Natalia were always good times. We had fun planning her wedding and not to mention became friends. So happy we did it! "We are married" clapped a happy Natalia before she kisses her husband.
Natalia loved the fall tones and wanted to incorporate them in her wedding. She we used Gold, orange, greens and browns. Her favorite flower was also daisies so she wanted her cake and other floral to have these flowers in them.
With her Reception decor we went a little more on the romantic side and it fit perfectly in this gorgeous venue.
Natalia decided to partake on a Argentinian tradition for all the single ladies. Each one had to pull a string from the cake and whomever got the string with a ring was the next bride. This is fun and different.
As our bride and groom shared their first dance there's nothing sweeter than a rose petal blast to add to this special moment. http://www.ispdjs.com/ can provide all your DJ/Lighting needs as well as rose petal blast.
Grettel & Dennis exchanged vows on Dec 5th, 2010 at Plymouth Cong in Coconut Grove and Reception at: Bank of America Sky Terrance. We worked with this couple for a little over a year planning their wedding.
Since their wedding was in December I encouraged the couple to go with a snowflake winter wonderland theme. Keeping the elegance of a wedding we used shades of silver and navy blue as their color palette and just incorporated silver snowflakes to give it that winter feel and look.
I love this venue for weddings. Its elegance and beautiful scenery outdoors and not to mention view of the city.
Grettel and Dennis shared their first dance and they couldn't believe they were finally here.