featured! ever after honeymoons

welcome back, and happy new 2011 all!!!

many of my brides know how much i love love love katie with ever after honeymoons! she is the fabulous person that i send them to for planing all their amazing honeymoons, plus she’s just an overall awesome person! she also planned our “loungin on the beach” thanksgiving vacation to jamaica. (which i will blog about soon!)

so when katie asked me to guest post on her blog, and give tips to brides planning destination weddings…i jumped for joy! destination weddings are a favorite of mine because couples combine the love of travel, with well, the love of love!

if you want to read up on my tips for creating a destination wedding that is styled perfectly to your taste & personality, head over to katie’s blog to check it out!

and for fun…i created this colorful inspiration board that makes me want to do a vow renewal in the riviera maya with james!

(clockwise) invitation suite-thoughtful day invites; gown-jcrew; tequila bar-victor sizemore photography necklace-the knot; bouquet-jo ann manolis photo; church-alec and t photography

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Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza) - Love the popping colors! A wedding palette like this is sure to have everyone all-smiles…the tequila bar wouldn’t hurt either. :-)

smw blog - thank you all so much…glad you liked the feature! elizabeth, you will love katie…she is the best!

Elizabeth DiMauro - My fiance and I are looking to plan our honeymoon next year, I’ll have to head over to Ever After Honeymoons. Thanks.

Sonia Armenta - Just stumbled onto your blog! Such great advice.

Yvett Iglesias - Fabulous feature with amazing tips! Great job Ms. Christina.

barbara dieppa - Amen to all of those tips!!!!

James - Katie was awesome. Not only did we get an awesome price, but resort we stayed at was amazing as well.

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