- You can use a basic tote bag and have it personalized.
- If you have guests attending from out of town you could incorporate treats that represent the location.
- Drinks are always a good option to include in your welcome bag.
- You could include brochures of local places your guests should check out while they’re in the area if they’re visiting.
- You can also add a t-shirt, photos and personalized notes for your guests.
Photography-Cristy Angulo Photography
Wedding Gown-Diane’s Bridal Boutique
This week’s bride is Bailie Minter, she tied the knot on Sept 7, 2018. Bailie looks so beautiful wearing her bridal gown. Bailie’s Allure ballgown features a lace bodice with a beaded belt and a full tulle skirt. We are so happy for the new bride and groom and wish them many years of happiness!
Selection- Your local boutique might offer lines of bridal gowns that you can’t find anywhere else. They often can be customized.
Feel Good Factor- Most bridal salons are owned by women. When you shop local you not only support your community, but you’re supporting women.
No Surprises- A designer gown may be more expensive than counterfeit gowns you’ll find online, but the quality speaks for itself.
Special Pricing- If budget is a concern many small businesses offer discounts, such as trunk shows and sample sales.
Happy Wedding Planning!
Photography––Amy Miranda, Meredith Maund and Selena Garcia
Venue- The Barn at Water Oaks Farm
Wedding Gown- Maggie Sottero from Diane’s Bridal Boutique
Hello everyone!! We are starting something new at Diane’s Bridal where we will be featuring our brides on our blog! This weeks bride is Branda Cebollero! Branda tied the knot on October 6th, 2018 at “The Barn at Water Oaks Farm” in Laurel Hill, Florida. Branda looks stunning wearing her Maggie Sottero gown called the “Hope”. This fit to flare gown features lace all throughout, an elegant double keyhole back and buttons that go all the way down the length of the gown. We are so happy for the bride and groom and that Branda’s big day turned out to be everything she hoped for!
Candlelight glowing can add an extra spark in achieving your fall theme.
Fruit can be used as the centerpiece for the reception tables.
- White pumpkins
White pumpkin accented in gold calligraphy lettering.
Blankets can help keep your guests warm if the temperatures drop and it gets chilly.
- Apple Cider and Donut Bar
A cute bar with donuts and warm apple cider for your guests.