Best Destination Bridal Show January 18, 2015
By Debbie, on November 17th, 2014
Don’t miss the Bridal Show of the Year!
We are excited to be participating in the Bridal Show scheduled for January 18, 2015 at the Islander Resort Convention Center. Come and taste samples of our delicious Florida Keys wedding menu.
Come plan your wedding and meet over 80 Florida Keys wedding vendors.
For more information on the Show or to register, visit: www.flkeysweddingshow.com.
Grooms Cake Cohiba Cigar Box
By Debbie, on October 10th, 2013
This Grooms Cake is completely edible.
Havana Rum Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting!!!
Surprise your groom with this awesome cake.
Contact us at Islamorada Weddings to order one.
Wedding Savings Tip for your Bridal Gown
By Debbie, on September 8th, 2013
Girls , there is a great source for a wedding dress
Dual Usage: Seating chart idea and gift glass w/ name for the guests.
By Debbie, on August 31st, 2013
Head Table Idea for Your Beach Wedding
By Debbie, on August 28th, 2013
Looking for a creative and inexpensive head table idea for your beach wedding? This is one you should definitely consider. Takes less than one hour to make and all you need is scissors and a glue gun.
Two-step directions for assembling head table ribbon decor:
- You will start with one 11 ft piece of ribbon for the top
- Hot glue 18″ strips every 4″ and your done!!!
If you try this idea or have any other great head table ideas, let us know in the comments below or post on our Facebook page.
Islamorada weddding gift idea – Coconut Envelope
By Debbie, on June 15th, 2013
In most cases family and friends surpass bringing along a gift to the wedding and instead bring a check to help the bride and groom create their new future together, this action is gratefully appreciated by the new couple. But as a gift-giver you may not want to settle for a plain white envelope. If you are looking for a creative way to have your gift stand out among the rest try using an organic coconut envelope! You can create this by simply cutting the top off of a green coconut draining the coconut milk out and inserting your check, then attach the top again with glue and write your message on the front. The bride and groom won’t forget your gift long after the wedding, no matter the amount.