Why should the boys be the only ones who can rent their wedding attire? With so many different occasions involved with your wedding why not take some of the strain off your budget and rent, plus you get the chance to wear some seariously nice digs, with out the price tag.Read More
If your wedding is during hurricane season in a hurricane-prone area, you may have to make some major planning adjustments. As most of you I'm sure have seen on the news, those of us here in Florida and most of the eastern seaboard are preparing for hurricane Matthew. We were able to work around the storm and continue all of our weddings around this storm Yay!! Here's some tips on working around the weather.Read More
Mix and Match bridesmaid’s dresses have been becoming more and more popular for quite some time now. It is a style that I think is great for so many reasons. We all know that we each have different body types and personal styles. With a mix and match style, your girls can all choose a dress that they look and feel the best in.Read More
Summer is right around the corner and it will sure bring the heat! When planning your summer wedding here are a few tips to help you keep your cool.Read More
As you may know, if you have ever had a long Pinterest session. It is easy to get carried away quickly, here are some tips to harness this tool to build your wedding Pinterest without going overboard.Read More
In this day in age just about everyone is on social media in some form or another. Each couple is entitled to their own view on how they want their wedding to be perceived on the social media outlets out there. Some couples may prefer to keep a low profile on social media, and that's OK. It is completely understandable that you may not want surprises to be ruined by other guests posts or have low-quality iPhone photos flood social media when you are expecting top notch professional shots that you paid a small fortune for. Couples looking to keep their wedding day tech-free, consider politely conveying this information on your wedding website and then again with a small note on the ceremony programs (so that less tech-savvy guests get the memo too!). If you really want to ensure guests get the message, ask the officiant to make a quick announcement before the ceremony begins. Try explaining to your guests that you want to enjoy the moment with them not through their phone. You can also consider having a cute sign made up for you welcome table or near the ceremony entrance like these two below;
On the opposite side of this issue, some folks embrace their guests use of social media for their wedding. Which can also be lots of fun and give your wedding a personal touch, it can also reach those guests you may not have been able to attend. There are lots of cute ideas for incorporating social media into your wedding day. A great one is the wedding hashtag, this your guests can use on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and create a wedding feed of your day. I see a lot of brides use this one because it is as easy as making up a sign.
This is a new trend I've found which is super cute! A sort of hybrid photo booth, a selfie station. Set up a sign and a few props and bam! Wedding selfies.
This brand new option I just discovered and I couldn't be more excited about it as an avid snapchat user. You can now make your own custom snapchat filters. Such a fun idea!! Check out this link to find out more.
For more fun ideas for you wedding please contact us at Caribbean Catering, at our website, by phone 305-664-0004 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What's a bride to do when she wants more (or less) bridesmaids than her groom wants groomsmen? Well, for one, stop freaking out and start looking at the positives. Not only will you have all the girls (or boys) you adore by your side on your big day, but you also won't feel pressured into adding or subtracting people simply to ensure your numbers match. For brides-to-be with an uneven wedding party, here's how to strike the perfect balance seamlessly.Read More
This new wedding cake trend is sooo cool! The possibilities are endless really, with this cake mapping. You can project any type of image you choose. From sprinkles a pixie dust to shooting stars, or a personalized wedding logo. Check out this video.Read More
Sunset Reef house is a gorgeous house and property located in one of the most beautiful areas of Islamorada and is now available as a wedding venue. Here is some additional information:Read More
This collection of vintage perfume bottles are totally awesome. Colorful and mismatchey they are perfect for the whimsical romantic feel.Read More
Here are some favor ideas for you that your guests at a destination wedding that will add a cute personal touch to your wedding day but that your guests will actually want.Read More
There really is no substitute for live music at your wedding. I mean how many times do you really get the opportunity to hire live musicians for a party? Live performers can really get a party started and can tailor their vibe to your choosing. I have recently had the opportunity to see this performer live and his style is perfect for any of you out there that are going for that vintage flair. Who wouldn't love a sunset cocktail hour set to the swooning sounds of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin? I know I would. This Swing jazz Quartet really sets the scene for romance, right down to his suit and hat and vintage microphone . It is the perfect wedding entertainment for your cocktail hour. Here is a little bit about the Bands star, Rock Solomon:
"Rock Solomon was first introduced to big band music at age 10, when he began helping his father, a Jazz Hall-of-Fame inductee, set up for 22 piece jazz big-band performances at various venues in Washington state. Solomon’s father began playing jazz at the height of the big band era in 1942, and has since performed with countless jazz greats, including Sammy Davis Jr., Billy Holiday, Ray Charles, Quincy Jones, and Nelson Riddle, just to name a few.
Rock Solomon studied music directly from his father growing up, gaining a unique perspective and intimate understanding of the jazz big-band genre. As a band leader, musician & vocalist, he gained the rare ability to preserve the musical integrity of the Great American Songbook, while simultaneously bringing refreshing interpretations of the music to new audiences. Now Solomon carries the torch of his legendary family out of it’s long shadow, emerging as a young crooner with an old soul & unique authenticity, in a musical family tradition that is timeless. -"
Check out this video compilation of some of the tunes they perform.
For more entertainment ideas like this please contact us at Caribbean Catering. To see more about Rock or to contact him directly visit his Facebook page.
Planning a wedding away from home is attractive to couples for many reasons these days. Many decide to forgo the traditional and sometimes more expensive wedding for a more intimate affair in a favorite vacation spot. Here are just a few reasons to have a destination wedding;Read More
Since the release of The Little Mermaid, I think just about every girl has dreamed of being a beautiful and mysterious mermaid. It is certainly not an exception for the girls that live here in the Florida keys. Everyone wants to live that mermaid life. Why not have a real life mermaid to great guests at your wedding.Read More
A perfect entertainment option for any of you out there coming down for a destination wedding! Send the groomsmen or bridesmaids for a day of fun out on the water the day before or day after the wedding. How fun would that be!?Read More
Caribbean Catering always with an ear to the ground, we have located another New Florida Keys Wedding Venue!!Read More
You may be asking yourself, What is a Day of Coordinator and do I need one? The short answer is, yes you do need one and here's why...Read More
If you haven't heard of Pantone, they are a world renowned authority on color and providing color systems. Every year they name the colors of the year and everything from fashion and home decor to weddings will reflect these color selections.Read More
So you're engaged, now what? Most people have some type of vision in mind for their wedding and then it seems like as soon as you're engaged it all goes out the window. Your engagement period should be a fun and exciting time for you and your significant other, not stressed out planning mode. So here are a few steps you can take in the first month or two to keep that stress in check.Read More