A Review from Stella and Tom’s Military Wedding

November 18, 2011

 Dear Rosie Moore, 

 (27 Miracles Wedding Consultant)

       I want to thank you for your overwhelming support and dedication towards our wedding. I want to share my wonderful experience with others.  My name is Stella and my wedding was on September 24, 2011 at the Villas of Grand Cypress.

Initially, I was planning to have a recreational hall wedding with a JC Penny Dress. My hair dresser Ana highly recommended Rosie Moore as a Wedding Planner, so we can have a wedding that would be most memorable.  Ironically she was having her hair /nails done that same day at the salon, so I met Rosie with rollers in her hair. It was comical knowing Rosie now, I know Rosie would have preferred to meet at her office.

        After Tom and I met with Rosie we were confident that we made the right decision. Sadly after having Rosie as our wedding Planner, I was diagnosed with a  Carotid  Body Tumor requiring surgery which was intense and recovery was lengthy in Dec, 2010 . How blessed that we had Rosie on board for our upcoming wedding event.  Rosie, being Christian, was sensitive to my difficult times and my many medical appointments requiring Rosie to accommodate planning around my schedule. Rosie also had done Bids, On-line, winning us a photographer and a video man for little cost as I was dealing with my medical needs. She worked diligently in being budget conscious without comprising quality or presentation.

          We had a truly unique wedding. My husband Tom is a Retired, Military Soldier.  We had a Military Wedding with a touch of Fairy Tale Elegance. Rosie was detailed from beginning to the end. It started with a beautiful designer Wedding Dress; from Pronovias to our Honeymoon Villa Suite. The ceremony started with the Military Salute Guards and a beautifully decorated Cinderella Carriage that escorted me to the Ceremony Place.  The Harpist entertained the guest as the Beautiful Carriage took us around the grounds for Pictures.  The reception room was decorated so lively and vibrant with Roses by Rosie and her staff.

Rosie spoke privately to Tom and me in order to arrange special surprises for each other. We had special events for one another. One of which was my Love message to Tom in our ceremony.  Rosie had translated my English love message words to Spanish words and placed it in a nice binder for the ceremony. Tom was impressed and was truly touched. The ceremony was beautifully done by Rev. Marcus Moore.

          At the reception room, Roses were presented to me by family members ending lastly with a dozen Roses from Tom.  How Memorable!  Tom later sang a dedicated song to me which was an amazing treat for me and the guests. The wedding ended  with the long  sparkling  sticks  which was held up  by family and friends  and  they were all lined up outside as we exited , allowing  beautiful fun pictures  to be taken . All of our guests, friends and family raved about our wedding and all had a “Fantastic Time“.

          As Tom and I left the wedding reception in the Golf Cart (which was also decorated), to our beautiful large balcony suite, we had our last final surprise from Rosie to us. There were scattered Rose Petals throughout all the rooms, including heart shape Roses surrounding my lingerie in our Honeymoon bed. We were happy and delighted.  I know we could not have achieved this “Memorable” event without a Wedding Planner like Rosie Moore.  The wedding was full of special events than made this truly a “Unique “and “Unforgettable” wedding.  

The Final Dance played at the Reception as we all left “Time of My Life” says it all.                                          

With all my appreciation, Stella Arroyo

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