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
I wanted to take this opportunity to spotlight a new company based locally that has some great products for destination brides and local party hosts alike. Destination Event Favors offers customized packages for welcome bags and wedding favors. They also offer favors for birthday parties or corporate events. Thier welcome bags come printed packed and ready to go making it super easy for you! Below is the Gold Glitz style.
They have a full range of favor options from bottle openers and kissing bells to super cute favor boxes. I love these pineapple ones!
To give you a little more insight here is what they have to say about the company:
Poptails are fun refreshing and boozy, how can you go wrong with this treat at your Florida Keys wedding. A great way to beat the heat and wow your guests. Check out some of these creative recipes, my favorite is the Dirty Pirate.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
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
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
This collection of vintage perfume bottles are totally awesome. Colorful and mismatchey they are perfect for the whimsical romantic feel.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
How fun would it be to throw a bridal henna party! Have an artist give you and all your bridesmaids matching or mismatching henna tattoos while you get ready for the wedding! They even offer henna in white and it is just a one-day application and washes off after. Look how beautiful and romantic the white henna is:
Here is some information about henna:
Henna Art (Mehndi) is a safe, natural way to beautify your skin and is temporary. It will last 1-3 weeks normally with proper post care. When Jagua is used, the blueish tattoo stain ,it is lasting the longest on some skin areas up to 3 weeks.. Originally native to India, Pakistan, Morocco, and other parts of northern Africa, the henna tattoo art has grown most recently in America and is being used as a body adornment, a great alternative to permanent ink tattoos and is a popular party entertainment for all ages .It's safe for skin being its only natural ingredients in the paste and can be used on all areas of the body including on children and pregnant bellies.
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The new year will be upon us faster than you think, with only about 30 more shopping days till Christmas, its closing in. It is also engagement season! So heres a few ideas on what will be trending next year in weddings. 1. Glitter on your Stationery Out, Foil Stationery In
Foil stationary really adds a pop of elegance and is stunning. The metallics are so bold and we love it.
Best of both worlds for sure! You still have a your dance party but the fun and entertainment of live music at a fraction of the price of a full band. Scott Youngberg is a great musician that we work with often that offers this option.
3. Chiavari Chairs Out, Ghost Chairs and Crossbacks In
Chivari chairs are getting a bit tired now that everyone has them. I still find that they do have an elegant look, the ghost chairs and cross backs are awesome! Two completely different looks with ghost chairs being modern and chic and the crossbacks being rustic and elegant. Both styles a bit on the pricey side so be sure to make room in the budget for them.
4. Fluffy Light Colors Out, Deep Jewel Tones In
So excited for this trend to take hold, rich jewel tones really look stunning and dramatic on the beach.
5. Sit Down Dinners Out, Stations and Cocktail Receptions In
This has been coming for awhile now. As weddings stray from the formalities more and more, and guest lists include more friends and less family (sorry moms), couples are doing whatever they can to make it a party. Many couples want a relaxed and mingling atmosphere at the wedding reception which is better achieved with stations or roving dinners.
6. Round Tables Out, Lucite and Mirror Tables In
Keeping with the idea of tossing the formalities aside when planning a wedding, banquet round tables are starting to not be "in" anymore. Long tables, square tables and even a mix of everything has been popular in 2015. However, the lucite and mirror tables are how you kick your wedding up from a 9 to a 10.
7. Barns Out, Blinged Out Barns In
I love the look of a barn wedding, but being that we are in the Florida keys, we don't have to many barns. It looks awesome though!
lets be honest, mason jars and burlap have been done to death really, glad to see something new on the horizon.
9. Large Guest Lists Out, Intimate Parties In Lets face it, its really the best way to keep your budget in check. Intimate weddings are so special especially at a destination.
10. Full Day Video Footage Out, Same Day Edits In
Perfect for our instant gratification culture. Same day edits give you a fun wedding day montage to show at the reception so everyone get see anything they may have missed.
Keep an eye on this space as I,m sure we will be seeing some of these awesome new trends in our weddings to come in 2016!!
It is always a great idea to come up with a fun theme for your wedding to create a unique vibe for your special day. As Halloween is right around the corner and many brides have their fall wedding happening so close to such a fun holiday. Who doesn't love a good costume party! A masquerade themed wedding allows you to combine the fun of costumes and mystery of wearing masks as well as that classy vibe of a Venetian masquerade ball. The best part is there are so many options on where you can take the style of decor, all black and white, classic Venetian, or 1920's. There are also a lot of different masks out there for the wedding party and wedding couple as well. This website has a great selection of wedding masquerade masks. It will also give your guests a chance to show some creativity in how they match their mask to their outfits and there are also several nice couples masks out there. Even amazon has a large selection of masks. Another great idea is to have a big basket of masks available for your guests to choose as they arrive also.
These are somee of my favorite bridal masks. It is nice that it is on a stick so you have the choice to hold it up for pictures but not have it ruin your nice hair and make-up.
Here are some other fun shots of masquerade themed weddings:
Love the idea of something trailing behind you as you walk down the aisle, but want something more unique than the traditional veil or train? Capes and caplets seem to be one of the most popular (and unexpected) trends from the most recent bridal runway season. I am looking forward to seeing some of these at our weddings soon, we love this look. Perfect for those with a flair for the dramatic. Designers featured gowns with these lacey and romantic cover-ups in their latest wedding dress collections. And the adornment isn't just for fashion-forward brides looking to make a style statement on their big day — capes are a great alternative for ladies who need a modest layer for a religious ceremony but want the flexibility of removing that layer for the reception.
And while a blinged-out, full-length layer is certainly glam, there's more subdued, sheer lace caplets out there, too.
Here, are few beautiful capes we have found, take a look. We certainly hope this runway-inspired trend continues to pop up in the wedding world!
Watch this space for more wedding trends to come!
A Silent disco is an interesting new wedding trend that we have spotted on the horizon. It is perfect for an after party for those party-all-nighters out there! Our local noise ordinance means that all amplified music must be shut down at 11PM. The perfect time to start your silent disco party without disturbing the neighbors. I can't wait for our first silent disco wedding! Here's some information I found from a company called Silent Storm that provides silent disco service:
"Silent disco weddings are the perfect solution for entertaining all of your guests on your special day. Here are a few reasons why:
- Don’t cut your celebration short because of amplified music curfews. Continue celebrating late into the night without disturbing anyone nearby.
- Provide guests with a choice. Not everyone has the same taste in music; some like Top 40, some enjoy electronic music. Some like it loud, others may have sensitive hearing. With our 2 or 3-channel silent disco headphone models, your guests are enabled to switch between music channels with a flick of the switch. And with a personal volume dial on each headphone, your grandparents can enjoy a mellow dance to Django Reinhardt while your friends break it down to their favorite party jam on the other channel — all while staying together on the same dance floor.
- Encourage conversation and connection. No one enjoys yelling over loud speakers. Guests can remove their headphones and enjoy catching up with family and friends without losing their voices or hearing. And there’s no better conversation piece than a full dance floor of people dancing and singing to what appears to be silence!"
Watch this space for more wedding trends and advice!
One trend going on right now in weddings is the dessert display. Traditionally dessert at a wedding is, of course, wedding cake. A growing trend in weddings this year is to offer your guests a sweet treat in the form of a stunning dessert display at your wedding. Cupcake displays were big last year, but dessert displays will be the big treat for guests this year, focusing more on cookies, specialty desserts, and of course, a wedding cake or two! With so many different tasty options out there, it may be hard to decide what to offer for your guests’ indulgence. With this trend picking up, we have just added some new dessert options to our menu.
Contact us at Caribbean Catering for more information on dessert options for your special day!
If you haven't noticed, this year has been flying by! Already well into the seventh month of the year and you know that the holiday season will be here before we can catch up. In this post, I want to look back on some of our favorite weddings so far this year. Whether it be the flowers or the menu I have chosen some of the best wedding details this year so far. Last month our Bride had a Sperry tent. I have always loved the look of this type of tent and it really made a statement. Perfect styling for a fairytale garden party. Something special for sure.
This rehearsal dinner was perfectly styled for a real old world tropical vibe. Vintage cigar boxes filled with birds of paradise, colorful napkins, vintage water vessels and bamboo chairs. Complete with a Cuban themed menu, mojitos and a real live cigar roller we were instantly transported to Havanna.
We honestly can't get enough draping. So elegant and sophisticated and so many variations and creations that can be made with this. The possibilities truly are endless. Looking forward to seeing more of this to come.
This Rehearsal Dinner had a super fun summer menu. Brings you back to summers past with friends and family around, cold beer and digging to some crab legs and corn on the cob.
Stay tuned for more, Part two will be Thursday.