2 Weeks To Go!May 16, 2013
Truth be known, I actually spent a short morning hyperventilating last week until my EVOKE team came to the rescue. I always knew why people hired an event planner, but let me tell you, if I didn’t have my team, I still may be hyperventilating. With 2 weeks to go we are busy tying up loose ends such as writing speeches, listening to speeches, rehearsing speeches. Buying clothes, returning clothes and buying new clothes. Checking room blocks, adding late guests to the rooms blocks, finding where in the world some people are staying. On and on…
Everyone asks, how are you? Are you excited? We are so excited because this joyous celebration is only 2 weeks away . We look forward to sharing this occasion with our family and friends as we watch our baby boy hit this incredible milestone in his life. We are beaming with pride as he finalizes his preparations and we know that even though he has not loved Hebrew School, (who does?) this experience will live with him forever as will the teachings of these many years.
This is much more than a party. It is truly a celebration on many levels and l look forward to sharing our celebration with you all!
Save The DateMay 14, 2013
A save the date might not seem like the most important part of planning your wedding. In fact, compared to choosing your venue, your photographer, your flowers, and everything else, it might seem like the least important!
But your Save the Dates are an opportunity to set the tone of your wedding, and to have some fun doing it! Is it going to be formal or casual? Serious or silly? Your save the dates should reflect you and what you have in store for your guests – and might even help you figure out exactly what you’re envisioning for the big day!
Boutonnieres & Pocket SquaresMay 9, 2013
One of a groom’s (and a groomsman’s) only opportunities to really customize his wedding day look is on his chest. While a boutonniere might remind most men of prom or homecoming, there’s a lot more to them than just red roses and baby’s breath… flower aren’t even a requirement any more! If a boutonniere still isn’t his speed, a groom and his groomsmen can opt instead for pocket squares. Just like boutonnieres, these can be as custom and unique as he wants. It’s his day too – he should style himself his way!
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