Ashley and Adam wanted a rustic beach wedding that spoke to being in Costa Rica. Pangas Beach Club in Tamarindo was the perfect location. It was private, on the beach, fabulous food and a great crowd of friends and family to support the new couple. It turned out to be a fun party with the focus on music to get everyone up and dancing. Guests came from all over the world to be part of this celebration. Continue reading “Scottish Wedding at Pangas Beach Club Tamardindo” »
Anna and Nate met while coaching gymnastics. The proposal happened at the Grand Canyon. It made sense for this active couple to have their wedding on the beach at Playa Langosta. They wanted their friends and family to experience Costa Rica with a fun, unique, unforgettable and original wedding. Continue reading “Vegan Wedding At Longosta Beach” »
Sarah and Joel opted for a no frills wedding in Dominical. No cake, no flowers, no music just friends and family getting together to celebrate their wedding. Continue reading “No frills wedding in Playa Dominical” »
When planning a second marriage priorities are usually different from the first time around. Often the ceremony includes a blended family. This wedding was no different and Fabrizio was included in the planning. Continue reading “Hippy wedding the second time around” »
A simple wedding on the beach turning out to be an all day- all night celebration. Nick and Beatrice chose the beautiful beach in Manuel Antonio for their wedding. Everything started early in the morning.
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I’ve noticed many changes in what the bride and groom envision for their wedding over the past 9 years. Ann Taylor nailed many of changes in her article in the Huffington Post. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/anne-naylor/trending-7-key-traits-fou_b_5976102.html?utm_hp_ref=destination-weddings. Continue reading “Millenial Weddings Dare to Be Different” »
I’m often asked how a couple can make their wedding special and incorporate the help and personality of their guests and family. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt knocked this concept out of the park. The wedding was very laid back and focused on their family. Angela Jolie’s Versace wedding gown had a traditional fitted bodice and full skirt. What made this look stand out was her children’s art work hand-sewn into the veil. Talk about setting a trend. I can see this veil being passed down to her daughters. I envision many brides embracing this look for 2015. Their wedding cake was designed and made by their children. The “naked wedding cake” will also be a trend for this upcoming year. It’s a cake without icing.
Stan and Lisa are into the arts wanted a wedding with a twist around each corner. Unexpected surprises brought a smiles to everyone’s face. Guests were shown to their seats by a mime.