Noemi Wiley. Wedding. June 17th , 2017.
Place Cards and Wedding Favors Make pretty name cards from cocktail umbrella's by adding a name tag wrapped around the stick. Or print your own name and table number cards at home, add in some colorful tropical motifs such as hibiscus flowers, pineapples and pink flamingos. Why not make your table numbers places instead by using postcards from your favorite tropical paradises.
Imagine a mid spring or early autumn day with the sun's rays engulfing you with its warmth during a wedding ceremony by a pond or lake. As you exchange your vows, pair of ducks swim in to get a glimpse of the event. Everything seems to be in pairs. The birds overheard practically chirping \"love is in the air\". After your ceremony you take a stroll around the lake hand in hand as your guest make their way to the marquee for cocktails. You rejoin your guests, after the stroll and for a lazy afternoon supper and drinks before your commence your life together in wedded bliss.
Any of the above gardens can be used as a theme for your backyard garden wedding. Backyard gardens are intimate and cosy locations for a wedding ceremony and reception. Set up a marquee or a tent for your guests along with an outside dance floor. Alternatively and afternoon wedding in the garden with cocktails and appetisers could be an elegant way to celebrate your special day.
Also make sure that, you don’t put too much of it as it may not look good in photographs taken in different backgrounds. Visiting your stylist in prior would make sure that you’ll get the right set of cosmetics for application.
Have your guests entertained with a steel band. They will create the laidback feel of the Caribbean and get your guests in the party mood.
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