Top 10 wedding songs, love songs list for planning your wedding ceremony music.
- AT LAST – Etta James
- LETS STAY TOGETHER – Al Green
- YOU AND I – Stevie Wonder
- THE FIRST TIME EVER I SAW YOUR FACE – Roberta Flack
- BY YOUR SIDE – Sade
- LOVESONG – Adele
- IN YOUR EYES – Peter Gabriel
- ADORE – Prince
- ADORN – Miguel
- MIRRORS – Justin Timberlake
Source – People Magazine, June, 2013
As a scuba diver in Florida, I’d love to find a client couple that wants to do an underwater wedding. Here is a picture of a Flowergirl at a wedding underwater.
There’s beaded wedding dresses and then there’s this dress….
Obviously made for Superman’s fiance, this 400 lb masterpiece is a stunning display of both beauty and ostentation. Imagine putting this baby on…you’d have to do it right there in front of the audience since you wouldn’t be able to move once you got it on. Unless, of course, you really are Superman’s fiance.
Beach wedding ceremonies are such a joy to perform. What could be better than a cute beach wedding arch resplendent with seashell adornments and sounds of waves crashing in the background?
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Conch shells, orchids and starfish adorned this beach theme wedding at the seaside. These were the table centerpieces.
Wedding arch on the beach decorated with seashells is oh-so-adorable for your romantic seashore wedding.
That Wedding Lady getting ready to perform a beach wedding ceremony in St. Augustine, FL.
Beach wedding arch with pews all set up on the beach waiting for its bride and groom.
A beach wedding arch which has no arch is actually called a “pergola.”
Beach wedding arch or a pergola wedding arch all decorated with seashells for a creative and unique look.
The beach wedding arch closeup detail with seashell decorations.
This is a photo of the beach wedding sand pouring unity after the ceremony.
Cute beach wedding decorations
Chautauqau Beach House, St. Augustine, FL is a beach home rental so once I’ve obtained the contact info for them from the bride I will put them here.
The Chautauqua Beach House was a fantastic location in St. Augustine. You could view the beach wedding ceremony location 150 yards away down on the beach from the porch. This was very convenient for timing since caterers and DJs can keep visual tabs on client progress and execute tasks based on what they see. The parking was a tough situation though. You’re best bet will be to tell guests to park one block west of A1A and walk over. (Seriously…you will be thankful I gave you this tip. Parking was a problem.)
A closer look at the tables. Client rented tables, chairs and benches which were delivered and set up.
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The final step in a Jewish wedding ceremony is the traditional stomping of the glass. The last thing you want on your special day is a trip to the ER so to safely perform this step place a light bulb in a tightly tied cloth bag instead of using a piece of glassware. The result…..no large glass shards, no flying splinters, guaranteed breakage and best of all….no pesky bleeding.
Good for you for reading this article. You are obviously an urbane, hip and very cool person looking for ways to move your wedding forward in an eco-friendly lifestyle.
This is super duper important when having a ceremony at the beach. Beach weddings are so romantic and lovely. It just kills when I see the leftover garbage floating out into the ocean. Big no-nos on Florida beaches are balloon releases (totally verboten in Florida now) and flower petals thrown by flower girls. Do not use paper, fabric or real flower petals (pesticides = bad.) You’re at the beach so why not have her sprinkle shells instead? Also, be especially vigilant about plastics (bags, etc.) that can get blown away.
Here are some great environmentally friendly ways to conduct your special day courtesy of www.simplybridal.com.
Wedding ceremonies at the Haskell Building in downtown Jacksonville, FL (Duval County) located directly on the St. John’s river are always fun to do. The location is spectacular and it’s the only venue directly on the riverbank; it has the best view of Jacksonville from this perspective. With a gorgeous arch outside and a fabulous deco inspired setting inside, you couldn’t ask for a more lovely location to take your vows.
The extremely capable Karen Fritts runs the RiverFront Cafe which is the event arm for the facility and is just delightful to work with. A true pro, she oversees the management of your event leaving you to focus on more important things (like getting beautified.) For contact details, scroll down below the pictures (and make sure you let them know you found them here at That Wedding Lady.)
The Haskell Building
RiverFront Cafe & Catering
111 Riverside Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Karen Fritts, Catering Manager
That Wedding Lady
Jacksonville, FL – St. Augustine, FL – Amelia Island, FL