The summer Julian and Susan met was unexpected. During a trip to Thailand, each had no clue they were about to meet their best friend, their soul mate and today, their forever. Continue reading “Caribbean Wedding in Costa Rica” »
Love is a canvas furnished by Nature and embroidered by imagination.
~ Voltaire ~
It is believed that the flower language began in Turkey during the seventeenth century. Romantic lovers began using floral exchanges to convey emotional messages. Costa Rica offers an array of flowers that can express your feelings on your wedding day. Let’s look at flowers that are grown here and are usually available year round. Tropical flowers are hearty and will stand up to the heat of Costa Rica on your wedding day. They are exotic and come in an array of bright colors. Continue reading “Choosing the right flowers to express your feelings…part 1” »
I’ve noticed many changes in what the bride and groom envision for their wedding over the past 9 years. Ann Taylor nailed many of changes in her article in the Huffington Post. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/anne-naylor/trending-7-key-traits-fou_b_5976102.html?utm_hp_ref=destination-weddings. Continue reading “Millenial Weddings Dare to Be Different” »
Times have changed and so has the etiquette surrounding a wedding. In the United States 16 percent of marriages taking place in are destination weddings. Many couples say weather is a key factor in selecting their venue. Let’s look at the top destination wedding locations.
1. Las Vegas (125,000)
2. Hawaii (20,000)
3. U.S. Virgin Islands (5,100)
4. Jamaica (5,000)
5. Bahamas (4,000)
6. Mexico and Florida
7. COSTA RICA
When most people think about getting married in the Caribbean area, they think of Saint Lucia, Antigua, The Grenadines or the Cayman Islands. But, did you know that Costa Rica is on the CaribbeanOcean, that is on one side at least, and the Pacific Ocean is on the other?
Wedding planner Aviva Samuels says, “I find that brides and grooms who choose a Caribbean destination wedding are more focused on the environment than on the remaining details. Couples want a place that’s easy to travel to and have fun. It’s a time for celebration. It shouldn’t be stressful.” Continue reading “Getting Married in the Caribbean – Cayman or Costa Rica?” »