Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Be Inspired!

You can be inspired by everything around you! When trying to decide your decor and style of your wedding use things you are familiar with; look to your home, clothes, photos, places you most spend your time and anything that appeals to you. When you use colors and objects you are familiar with, you immediately feel commutable in that space

Your style





Nature and Beautiful Places







              
              




Home Decor

 Chuck and Elyse wedding at The Harbor Club







                                                   
Vintage Inspired






Tile and Sparkle
               
               
                

 Britton's Wedding at The Historic Rice Mill


Fun Pictures



Choose your favorite flowers and colors



Cactus
                                            
                                         

Lighting bugs equal Light!


Rainbow!



Open your eyes and look around, everything and anything can inspire you. Check out our pintrest, facebook and website for some great inspirational ideas.

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Thursday, July 19, 2012

Wedding Ceremony Prelude Songs

Listen to this great album including 29 unique, beautiful brides and brides maid processional songs.



Below are some more traditional, contemporary and religious music choices.

Traditional/Classic

  1.  "Air on the G String" (Johann S. Bach)
  2.  "A Rose Is Gently Blooming," Op. 122, No. 8, (Johannes Brahms)
  3.  "Adagio for Strings" (Samuel Barber)
  4.  "Water Music" (George F. Handel)
  5.  "Concerto in D Minor," Adagio, (Tomaso Albinoni)
  6. "Largo" from (Xerxes), (George Frederic Handel)
  7.  "Perfect Love" (Sir Joseph Barnby)
  8.  "Serenade" (from String Quartet Op. 3 No. 5), (Franz Joseph Haydn)
  9. "Toccata in E Minor" (Johann Pachelbel)
  10. "Violin Concerto in A" (Franz Joseph Haydn)
        Britton and Blake

Traditional Alternatives

  1.  "Carolan's Welcome" (Irish Traditional)
  2.  "Concerto Grosso in D Major," Op. 3, No. 6 (Vivace), (George Frederic Handel)
  3.  "Courante" (from Three Lute Dances), (Anthoine Francisque)
  4.  "Gymnopedie No. 1" (Erik Satie)
  5.  "Nessun Dorma" (from Turandot), (Giacomo Puccini)
  6.  "Nocturne in E Flat" Op. 9, No. 2, (Frederic Chopin)
  7.  "Oboe Concerto in D Minor," Adagio, (Alessandro Marcello)
  8.  "Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun" (Claude Debussy)
  9.  "Romance" Op. 44, No. 1, (Anton Rubenstein)
  10. "Sei Lob und Preis mit Ehren" (Johann S. Bach)
Chuck & Elyse

Contemporary

  1. "Here comes the Sun" Beatles Acoustic
  2. "All I Ask Of You" (from Phantom of the Opera), (Andrew Lloyd Webber)
  3.  "Angel Eyes" (Jim Brickman)
  4.  "Evergreen" (Barbra Streisand)
  5.  "Longer" (Dan Fogelberg)
  6.  "Paris Nocturne" (Dan Fogelberg)
  7.  "The Gift" (Jim Brickman)
  8.  "Truly" (Lionel Richie)
  9. "Wedding Song" (The Band)
  10. "You and I" (Stevie Wonder)
     
McDaniel & Stonerock Wedding

Religious/Sacred

  1.  "Ave Verum Corpus" (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
  2. "Benediction Nuptiale" (Camille Saint-Saens)
  3. "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" (from Cantata 147), (Johann S. Bach)
  4.  "Liebster Jesu, Wir Sind Hier (Blessed Jesus, We Are Here)," BWV 633, (Johann S. Bach)
  5.  "Praise To The Lord" (Johann G. Walther)
  6.  "Prelude" on the "Old 110th," (John Joubert)




  

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Flowers by Season!

Not all flowers are in bloom when you would like them to be. Although florist can adapt to the season and weather, it is always a cost saver if the flowers are in season. These are just a few of the many flowers available in spring, summer, fall and winter.


Spring!!


 
                                                                                                          Dogwood

                                                                                                           Forsythia


                                                                                                          Cherry Blossoms
                    

                                                                                                   Herbs as decor
                                                                                                          Magnolia

       Larkspur

    Viburnum


Tulips

Summer!!


         Plumbago and Hydrangeas

                                                                                                               Roses

                       

         Sweet pea

        

      Sunflowers

Zinnia


Fall!!


         Chrysanthemums

Oriental Lilies

                    
     Aster

Salvia
                                                  
           Sassafas

Winter!!


   Pincones, berries, dried flowers, leaves can all be used in winter weddings

Oriental berries and Evergreens are all in season in winter




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