Category: Fun Stuff

Mad Libs Guest Book

Categories: Accessories, Fun Stuff

Do you remember doing Mad Libs as a child, thinking they were the funniest things you’d ever heard when reading them out loud? What a great creative and nostalgic way to incorporate some fun into your wedding! If you want a guest book but don’t want the standard, why not incorporate a fun way for guests to offer you advice AND have a keepsake that will remind you of who attended your big day! Read More »

29 August 2012 | 1 Comment

Four Seasons Wedding Magazine

Categories: Fun Stuff

Four Seasons Hotels has recently launched a new gorgeous wedding magazine… Weddings Four Seasons. As each of these unique hotels offer something special for brides and grooms to be, we urge you to flip through this book for some opulent inspiration. For any flower lover, it doesn’t get much better than the famous Four Seasons George V in Paris. Artistic director Jeff Leatham has built a Read More »

21 June 2012 | No Comments

Add Some Calypso to your Wardrobe

Categories: Fun Stuff

Your destination wedding is far more than just “the big day.” We always stress the importance of the wedding week/weekend to our clients, which means careful planning of your outfits. Think beach wear, rehearsal dinner, welcome party, post brunch, even what you’ll wear to breakfast each day! Here  is some gorgeous inspiration from one of our favourite clothiers, Calypso St. Barth. Don’t Read More »

14 April 2012 | No Comments

The Reveal…

Categories: Fun Stuff

Trust a wedding planner to turn every little thing into an ‘event’. As soon as I saw this on Pinterest I knew we had to do it! I had our ultrasound technician write down the sex of the baby in a little book, decorated the box, and then had some friends take the book to the balloon store with the box so they could fill it with either pink or blue balloons. At the ultrasound I explained the idea Read More »

14 April 2012 | 2 Comments

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Vintage Wedding Photos

Categories: Fun Stuff

We are presently working with a bride who is obsessed with vintage wedding photos and antique details. Her dream is to recreate a wedding with hints of style from the 1920s – 1950s (ok, yes that’s a huge gap in styles, but she’s hand picking elements ‘of things past’ that suit her fancy) in a destination wedding setting. It’s certainly unique and ambitious, and Read More »

14 March 2011 | 3 Comments

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Mix & Match your Wedding Day! From your head to your toes…

Categories: Fun Stuff, Wedding Dress

Weddings carry such a wide variety of meaning depending on who you talk to, but to nearly everyone they are a way to let your creative side run wild!! From making their own paper or fabric flowers, to creating maps of the area their getting married in, to having photos of their guests in lieu of place cards, brides and grooms are using their wedding as a way to really express themselves and their Read More »

07 November 2010 | 2 Comments

Music To Remember

Categories: Fun Stuff

“Music is the literature of the heart; it commences where speech ends.” ~Alphonse de Lamartine What better way to express yourself than through music. From ceremony to reception, the music you choose sets the tone for your entire wedding day. There are many ways to personalize your wedding through the music you select.  For example, many brides are opting not to walk down the aisle to the traditional Read More »

29 August 2010 | 5 Comments

LUXE Hosts an Evening about Destination Weddings

Categories: Destination Weddings, Fun Stuff

LUXE hosted an incredible event late last week where we invited in potential and existing clients in the Toronto area to drink pink champagne, eat some sweets and listen to a presentation about destination weddings trends for 2010. Rebecca Elias, one of LUXE’s senior wedding consultants spoke about Eco Weddings, Fashion trends, and more to a group of interested couples, brides, moms and friends. Read More »

09 March 2010 | No Comments

Brooch Bouquets

Categories: Flowers, Fun Stuff

We keep hearing from more and more brides that they want something different when it comes to their bouquets. The standard calla lilies or roses just aren’t meeting the unique needs of some destination brides, especially when the selection on some islands is less than abundant. Although that last sentence might not make sense to some of you (wouldn’t flowers grow wild and many on the islands?), Read More »

05 March 2010 | 3 Comments