Honeymoons are necessary to enjoy a little alone time together before you brave this new world of marriage. And the planning process for the rehearsal, ceremony and reception should also include the honeymoon. You and your hubby-to-be deserve to relax together after this big life change. Remember to think about what is most important…your happiness as a couple.
I have attached a few photos here to get you started. The top photo is of the warm waters of Greece. And the second, the beautiful landscape of Scotland. For more intriguing ideas visit the SteamPlant’s Pinterest page.
I’ve talked to a few brides who recently said “YES” on Christmas Day. Congratulations!
Now is the time to search for a venue and a photographer for engagement photos. I’ve got the venue for you And, here are a few great ideas to get the creative photo juices flowing! Which theme works best for you and your soon-to-be-hubby?
This Emerald Engagement is a perfect example that you can have your engagement picture anyway you want. If you love giant balloons, the color green and couches in the lane…go for it.
The Flea Market engagement photo is new and whimsical.
The Cute and Cuddly engagement photo is an excellent way to capture the happy excitement of you, the bride. It also works for the shy groom.
A cute twist on The Kiss engagement photo. I like that the bride and groom are slightly blurred in the background–it takes the pressure off looking “picture perfect” in your photo.
And, of course, The Smoldering engagement photo.
Whichever theme displays the true personality of your relationship is sure to be a photo you will frame and hang in your home together. A photo to make you smile for years to come.
Sleeveless or drop sleeve seems to be hot for your spring/summer 2014 wedding. Check out our favorites below:
Check out these beautiful and intricate combs for your upcoming wedding. I came upon this website http://www.weddingideasmag.com and had to share it with you. I hope to see a few of these exquisite items on brides this spring and summer!
As an event coordinator with the SteamPlant I have see (and been a part of) many wonderful wedding ideas. And each one gives a little insight into the personal touches of our brides and their grooms. Please look through the photos below, it is sure to ignite a few ideas for your upcoming wedding.
We’ve had a little bit of a rainy spell in Salida but on Saturday the clouds parted long enough for Joy and Nate to wed on the SteamPlant Plaza. That has been the luck of all our brides this season. The rain is welcome and good luck for July newlyweds!