Would you like your wedding to be a little bit different? I imagine you do, if you are thinking about getting married in Costa Rica, you must be just a little adventurous!
Your wedding can be as classical or as different as you would like to make it. Think about different ways to use decorations that will make your wedding unique. Using local products is also an interesting way to bring some of the local art and culture into your wedding.
A wonderful way to make things a little bit different is with signs. Signs have become quite popular in the last year or so. but what you write on them is unique to you! They also make great photos. Look at this adorable flower girl, using the sign to introduce the bride to her Uncle.
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If you are planning on getting married in Costa Rica, then you are probably want to enjoy Costa Rica’s beautiful weather, views and nature.by having an outdoor wedding You might be dreaming of a sunset beach wedding, a wedding in the rainforest or maybe a wedding near a volcano. Using an arch can add a wonderful focal point to your outdoor ceremony.
Palm fronds and tropical flowers were used to make this stunning arch.
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The cake is a very important part of the wedding for most people..but just what are your options in Costa Rica?
Here are some examples of wedding cakes from some weddings that I have recently planned.
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Many of the weddings that I plan in Costa Rica are beach weddings. Costa Rica has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and with Costa Rica’s 1000+ miles of Pacific and Caribbean coast you are spoiled for choices!
Here are some natural decorations and flowers that are perfect for beach weddings, these photos are from a vow renewal I planned at Discovery Beach House in Manuel Antonio.
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I just wanted to share this amazing Tripadvisor review with you. This is what makes being a wedding planner so worthwhile. Photos and blog to come about this wedding….on a boat!
Happy St Patrick’s Day!
“Cruise of a LIFETIME!”
Reviewed March 9, 2013
With the very talented help of Randy Gritz from Celebrations Costa Rica wedding planning we planned our dream-come-true wedding and reception on the Tom Cat II catamaran in Costa Rica. Randy is well connected with a 4 star network of vendors to suit every couples’ tastes and budgets. She helped us select the best hair/makeup artist, florist, photographer, catamaran company, van transportation, and bakery for our wedding.
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Your idea for your wedding was “Beautiful, Intimate and Simple”?
A wedding..SIMPLE! I can hear you chuckling…..well it really can simple and unforgettable with a beach elopement in Costa Rica.
You can pick from one of the hundreds of beautiful beaches in Costa Rica and use that as a stunning backdrop. On the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica the sun normally set over the water, you really can’t beat that for your wedding photographs.
Other than that it can be as simple as you want it to make.
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When my phone rang the last thing I expected to hear was, “I’m bringing my wife Krista to Costa Rica on vacation. We’ve been married over 10 years and I’m going to surprise her by renewing our vows” It’s not often a groom contacts me about a vow renewal.
They were staying at the Discovery Beach House in Manuel Antonio on gorgeous Espadilla Beach with one of the prettiest tropical rain forests in all of Costa Rica as a backdrop. The setting was amazingly romantic.
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Amanda and Christian had their intimate ceremony on Playa Grande in Guanacaste. The location of their rented villa allowed them to walk out their back door right on to the beach.
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