Thursday, March 17, 2011

St. Patricks Day Wedding Inspiration

Happy St. Patricks Day!
Enjoy some St. Patty's Day Inspiration.

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Chiffon Strapless Rouched Bodice with Slim Floor Length A line Custom Made Cheap Green Bridesmaid Dress
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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

{Real Weddings} Mr. and Mrs. Malner

Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Malner!!

We would like to thank Mrs. Leah Malner for including us in her day. Leah and Michael were February 12, 2011 at the San Marco Preservation Hall. She had both her father and her stepfather give her away. Later they celebrated at the River City Brewing Company.

Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Lane

Pardon all the pictures... cell phone pictures LOL.

LaShan and Kelvin were married today at the Marriott Jacksonville on January 16, 2011 at 4:30 pm. The ceremony was very touching and included a prerecorded messaged played right before the bride walked into the room. Her father met her at the end of the aisle and they both walked down the aisle to meet her son. Together father and her son gave LaShan away. The customized monogram aisle runner along with their monogramed toasting flutes ( a gift from us) was designed by Ten23 Designs.
The ceremony and reception were draped in shades of dark purple and lavender by Royalty Events. Angie's Cakes provided the delicious cake.
The night was entertained with music from Footloose Entertainment
It was such a pleasure to work with LaShan, we wish her and Kelvin a long a happy marriage.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Floral Friday: Tiger Lillies

The Tiger Lily, bears large, fiery orange,or white&bright pink flowers covered by spots.The name "tiger" probably refers to the spots on the petals.The flowers of this perennial can grow up to three inches in width.The Tiger Lily is also known as the "Ditch Lily" as it is found in and around ditches in large parts of America.It has a strong, sweet and distinctively lily smell. Besides producing a stunning spectacle, most parts of this plant are edible.The tiger lily grows across the lower provinces of Canada and down into the southern regions of the United States.It appears in open forests, meadows and clearings.

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By Lindzi Thomas