Archive of ‘weddings’ category
We had such a busy weekend with beach weddings, meeting a new bride and a fundraiser! WHEW!
That was just Saturday.
Sunday we had a booth at the Wedding Fair and had a great time meeting new vendors and potential Brides.
I’d say they loved our table and new Inspiration Boards. These boards are developed to make your vision for your big day accessible and easy to translate to your vendors and wedding party. I see many Brides get carried away on Pinterest pinning pictures and before you know it their idea or vision is all over the place. I love to help organize those thoughts and narrow down your vision by creating Inspiration Boards. You can carry this with you as you visit venues and vendors so that everyone involved is on the same page.
They include 6-7 inspiration pictures, fonts to match your theme and colors.
We already have 8 to choose from and the Brides that have seen them have said “that’s exactly what they are looking for!”
Let me know if I can develope one for you!
Id love to delvelope a board for you! Lets chat about your vision and make it come to life.
I’m loving all the geometric wedding designs with lines in event design these days. SO much inspiration.
This one has really taken my eye! I love this look!
Enjoy all the details here from Green Wedding Shoes
I was asked to style a small wedding on the beach for a sweet couple eloping.
They wanted to keep it short and sweet then head for dinner at a local patio restaurant.
A driftwood arch was used with burlap draping, seashell garlands and lots of succulents as accent.
Mercury glass votives lit the arch where the Bride and Groom said I Do.
The Bride was so beautiful in an antique gown with jeweled broaches making a statement in her bouquet and hair.
It was a great day full of love.
Off to dinner then to escape into the night.
Thanks to Port Aransas Beach Weddings for the opportunity to style this wedding.
Beautiful photography by Lauren Jones Photography
I love large balloons. Don’t you?
I love these images of how they are incorporated into this wedding day.
So bright and colorful, they add so much cheer for your big day.
Balloons aren’t just for kid’s birthday parties anymore…
There’s no greater love than family and good times.
With an amazing location, The Southwest School for Art, on the Riverwalk and captured brilliantly by the amazing Kristin Peelle Photography.
When my cousin Amy married her true love, Luis, they wanted to celebrate with a fun and festive evening with friends and family in San Antonio, her hometown.
They travelled from San Fransisco with friends to greet their Texas family and friends to become husband and wife It was a fun night for sure, it just could not be with this amazing couple as the head of the party.
The couple danced the night away!
I was honored to help plan their special day!
Every little detail counts at any event.
Add to your special day with a variety of custom products like cups, napkins, coasters, matches and more with custom party products by Oh Goodie Designs.
Our graphic desingers can work with you until you are perfectly pleased with your design.
Contact us any time for a quote. Turnaround times are about 2 weeks although rush orders are always avaialable.
We’re looking forward to helping you!!
Nothing scary about this beautiful wedding seen on Glitter Weddings
Great style and detail.
No tricks, just treats and lots of eye candy.
Would you say I DO and BOO too?
This lovely rehersal dinner was designed and styled by Bird Dog Wedding .
And I love it!!!
Annie + Tyler’s bridal party and family were the lucky guests at this amazingly beautiful event as seen on
The Sweetest Occasion.
gorgous photography by Kristin Light Photography
Does that sound familiar? By the end of the day your brain feels fried and it becomes harder to make an easy decision, like what’s for dinner. By the end of a week, one might get increasingly lax about ones schedule. Towards the end of time planning an event, when more decisions are needed and needed quickly, one might become “frozen” and seemingly unable to make a decision.
The research showed that our decision making “muscle” is finite. It becomes fatigued with use. When you add in things like the abundance of research available to you about your themed event (Pinterest, anyone?), the constant stream of information coming at us from Facebook, twitter, email, texts, etc and the decisions that we all have to make to get through the day, our brains can become overloaded and shut down.
So, what do we do about it? Conserve your decision making energy. Rest your brain (the old saying of “let me sleep on it”), reduce the constant bombardment of information where you can, create a plan in the beginning (especially when event planning) and believe in the power of collaboration (if that helps you). In short, decrease the number of decisions you have to make in a day. I feel certain that we all have created strategies to aid us in decision making so keep using the ones that work well for you and discard the ones that don’t.
Have a great week-
Janel Perez, M.S., L.P.C.
How much fun was this wedding to plan?
Take a safari infused venue with real live animals like zebras, giraffes and ostriches, a rustic barn and beautiful trees surrounding and you get an amazing day for Shelby and Grant.
To welcome guests, fresh lemonade served in quilted mason jars greeted guests as they arrived.
The barn was decorated with handmade paper flowers and tea stained doilies for that vintage feel.
Safari stripes made an appearance here and there.
The dessert table offered a variety of sweets such as vanilla bean cake with butter cream frosting, pecan pie, brownies, sand tarts, hand decorated cookies and chocolate truffles.
Mercury glass votive candles glimmered as the guests danced the night away.
And collective jars of baby’s breath dotted the barn to add that vintage touch.
Sweet snacks were displayed in a vintage pick up truck bed. The perfect setting for fun party treats like popcon, candies and doughnut holes.
Despite the South Texas rain shower that wasn’t in my plan, everyone had a great time as the rain disappeared into a beautiful starry night at the ranch.
Photography by Rebecca McCoy Photography