Stanley Korshak, located at the Rosewood Cresent Hotel, along with co-host, Hakim Sons Films, is throwing the Best of Bridal, Thursday, June 7, 5 to 8 p.m. This is an event that will bring stars to those eyes and set your senses awhirl. More wedding ideas and inspiration? Sounds like a little slice of bridal heaven.
Just wait until you hear some of the things they have in store for you lucky ladies!
As little girls, what did we do when we wanted to play dress-up, delve into a book or have an adventure? We escaped. We found our own little corners, quiet places, or our “castle” made out of blankets. It was our world in which we could do and be anything, and escape the “ordinary” and everyday environment.
Now you’re about to be a bride. You’re all grown up, but with no less of a yearning to create a unique adventure, in which you and your prince (aka fiancé) can “escape” your everyday surroundings and routine. Some of you will stay in the city; some of you will go off to some exotic island to get married. But, some of you want something more in between. You still seek the “escape” but with somewhat familiar surroundings, and something your friends and family can be a part of.
(Photo source: Martha Stewart Weddings)
When it comes to wedding trends and ideas, sky's the limit! Hanging flowers, banners, streamers, pom poms or flowers is one way to bring your decor up a notch, not to mention adding more table space, additional lighting, more eye candy and dimension.
Many couples select a venue because they are attracted to the theme and scheme it presents.
But with 129 Leslie, you can create your own colorful theme and scheme with this industrial-chic, blank canvas of a venue at your disposal. This pristine, flexible, gallery-like establishment is a part of Wendy Krispin Caterer, Inc., which has provided perfect beginnings for more than 20 years, through its artfully crafted foods and engaging events.
This versatile space, which can be used for wedding, reception or photo-shoot, is located in the Design District. 129 Leslie is decked out to the nines with 16-foot ceilings, skylights and a dramatic walk up. This entirely white space will match any color and evening light scheme of your choosing.
A host of beautiful brides have selected The Tremont House as the ideal setting for their special day. Located in Galveston's historic Strand District within walking distance of various shops, restaurants, museums, and galleries, The Tremont House is legendary for its gracious hospitality and stylish accommodations. The hotel’s wedding space ranges from small to mid-sized rooms featuring exposed brick and floor to ceiling windows to our spectacular ballroom providing the perfect backdrop for intimate and grand weddings.
We are delighted to present Texas-based wedding planner and superstar, Donnie Brown, in his first of many monthly contributing columns. You may know him from the popular TV show, “Whose Wedding is it Anyway?”
Well-known for his direct and vivacious personality, he is sure to keep us in stitches with his humorous opinions and sometimes unbelievable tales from his experiences as a planner over the years. In addition, he will keep readers up-to-date on the latest bridal trends and “must haves.”
Here, in his inaugural column, Donnie takes us for a ride on the train of emotions every bride faces admist her wedding preparations - enjoy!
Rancho Mirando...A little piece of heaven on the Devil's Backbone.
Rancho Mirando is a 50 acre luxury guest ranch located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country just an hour from Austin and San Antonio, Texas.
Situated along a ridge known as the Devil's Backbone, Rancho Mirando or "the looking ranch" was named for its breathtaking views overlooking the Wimberley valley.
(left to right): Donnie Brown, owner of Donnie Brown Weddings and Events and The Texas Wedding Guide CEO & Publisher Shannon Streater
The Texas Wedding Guide is beyond excited to announce its new partnership with locally based wedding planner extraordinaire, Donnie Brown of Donnie Brown Weddings and Events!
In an exclusive agreement, Brown will now be a monthly contributor to the Texas Wedding Guide “Miss Bliss” blog, sharing humorous, and sometimes unbelievable, tales from his experiences as a planner over the years, as well as keep readers up-to-date on the latest bridal trends and “must haves.” In addition, he will contribute to the semi-annual print publication by giving readers a sneak peek into some of his most lavish events.
(Photo by Red Gallery Photo)
I just find pure delight in how wedding professionals and brides are getting clever with escort cards. Loving this sophisticated romantic marriage of escort card to wedding guest favor!