Thursday, January 22 2015

In our opinion, the most important wedding accessory is a smile. No matter how carefully planned and beautifully decorated, if the bride and groom aren't enjoying themselves, what's the point? So, when we open photo galleries and see hundreds of images filled with genuine joy, we immediately fall in love. That's one of the many reasons we adore Christina & Mike's wedding. The soft, pastel color-palette and custom details perfectly showcased their unique, fun-loving personalities and the smiles in every photo are undeniably contagious.

Wednesday, January 21 2015

In my opinion, the key to creating an unforgettable wedding is personality. From the invitations and wedding gown to the color palette and reception decor, every detail should be chosen because it's something the couple loves, not because it's "trending". The weddings that stand the test of time are the ones that were unique, genuine and filled with meaningful personal touches. Enter Kristin and David. Their sophisticated take on a traditional ranch wedding brimming with picture-perfect rustic details absolutely stole my heart.

Friday, January 16 2015

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All great parties have three things in common: great people, great food and an amazing bar. Here are some tips and tricks we’ve picked up along the way to make your reception stand out from the rest.

Wine Tips

Wednesday, January 14 2015

You found the perfect dress and your dream venue. Now it’s time to think details—most importantly, what are you going to feed your guests? There are so many issues to consider when planning your menu: Will Uncle Jim eat fish? Is your old pal still vegan? Sit-down service? Buffet? Luckily, catering options are more varied than ever, so you can completely personalize your dining experience. The food bar is one winning option to add to your plate.

Wednesday, January 14 2015

For their first date, Jamie Levine and Babak Motamedi took in the Phoenix Symphony’s production of The Nutcracker; three years later—to the day—Babak secretly arranged to see the same performance in the same seats they’d had before, with the entire theater to themselves so he could pop the question. The couple’s wedding was just as theatrical, as the Montelucia’s magical Spanish-Moroccan details set an elegant stage for voluminous flowers, romantic lighting and the bride’s blush gown.