Tuesday, December 30, 2008
I have been really wondering when this whole wedding season is about to pick up. For a few months it has been looking really grim and then all of the sudden. BOOOM!I start getting leads...It is such a wonderful feeling and I am so ready for 2009 to come in and to be a very successful year.
If you are a bride to be and are looking for a wedding coordinator then you have reached the right person. Pure Dymonds Events can coordinate you wedding from beginning to end or just the Day of. Whatever you are looking for we have. We are now even renting chair covers,sashes,charges and vases for you wedding decor.
I really think 2009 is the year to get married and to explore the possibility of being different and thinking outside of the box.
Saturday, December 20, 2008
Pure Dymonds Events is pleased to annouce that we have expanded into now renting chair covers and sashes for weddings/events. We have an array of colorful sashes to meet your color theme. We have chair covers for banquet and folding chairs. Please visit us at http://puredymondsevents.com for more information. We also ship nationwide anywhere in the US. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help other wedding planners, vendors or anyone looking to throw a fabulous event.
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Friday, December 12, 2008
Are you planning a winter wedding? Try one of these 10 ways to make a winter celebration stand out and truly sparkle.
Here are 10 ways to reinvent your winter wedding.
1. Wedding Colors
Reds and greens certainly reflect the season, but overdo this color combo, and your wedding may seem more holiday-oriented than you intended.
What's Hot Now: Consider a less-is-more approach to your color palette: Silver and white with crystal accents can add some serious glamour to your winter wedding. For your ceremony, try a white velvet aisle runner trimmed with white satin ribbon, or decorate the altar with a crystal curtain backdrop adorned with hanging strands of elegant white phalaenopsis orchids. If you're exchanging vows outdoors, get your guests in on creating the ambience by giving out clear umbrellas to friends and family members as they arrive.
2. The Flowers
Red roses, calla lilies, and amaryllis are decidedly winter wedding flowers, but if you step outside the flower box, and you'll find a variety of options for winter blooms.
What's Hot Now: Consider fuller flowers, such as white hydrangeas and soft ranunculuses. White boutonnieres can be handsome when they're accented with greenery, but they also look great with a simple white ribbon. Add sparkle to your bouquet by wrapping the stems in ribbon embellished with crystals.
Since winter weddings are usually held indoors (it's an ideal time for ballroom receptions), they often call for a more formal invitations.
What's Hot Now: A black-tie event is nicely conveyed by heavy cardstock and a navy blue, chocolate-brown, or even eggplant font with hand calligraphy. For a fresh way to achieve a formal tone for your winter wedding, use thick, frosted Plexiglas invitations in white scripted ink. Send the sturdy invites out to all your guests tucked into silver envelope liners.
Go beyond glowing candles to add both warmth and romance to your reception site.
What's Hot Now: If you want to heighten the drama, bring in the icy outdoors with ice-carved vases on your reception tables. Have your florist fill the vases with tall winter-white branches and hanging crystals to reflect the light from the tables. Surround the centerpieces with votive candles, and top your tables with white dupioni table linens and frosted glass china.
5. Escort Cards
Miniature sleighs and holly motifs stamped onto your escort cards would spell out the season pretty clearly, but they might not dazzle your guests.
What's Hot Now: Leave everyone awestruck as they retrieve their escort cards by making the entire table sparkle. Have the cards hand-calligraphed in silver ink and attach them to individual crystals with a ribbon. Hang each from an oversized crystal candelabra centerpiece for a new take on the popular escort card tree.