27 Miracles wants to wish every father out there a Happy Father’s Day! One of the most special moments at a wedding besides the first dance with your hubby, is the father daughter dance. Sometimes daddy’s have passed on and not available and we are able to do something different for this moment if the bride wants. But today we want to give tribute to some very special fathers and daughters out there with daddy’s Little girl sung by Michael Bolton. we can’t post everyone on here but we have posted a good variety to share with our readers.
Here a bride wants to surprise her dad with Myles Savage singing to them at her wedding, but the bride would miss out on the performance because Myles had to leave for another performance so the most that she could do was listen from the bridal suite in the church. To her that would be sufficient to make her dad happy even if she did not get to see him. However Rosie Moore , Master Wedding Planner for this wedding, could not let that happen. Moore arranged for Myles to sing this song to her and rearranged the ceremony order to accommodate Myles singing….watch the bride and her surprised dad….
It is not often that a planner gets to plan a special event like the 50th Wedding Anniversary of their parents! Rosie Moore, Master Wedding Planner for 27 Miracles had just that opportunity with the assistance on the day of from fellow planners Christine Pabelico and her assistants Tess, Shannon and Kim!
The date December 21, 1963, it was a cold and snowy day for the first day of winter. They thought that they would not be able to have their wedding, but people still made it to the church and the wedding.
Through the years they celebrated many years of good memories. Watch the video of their life together.
As they approached their 50th wedding anniversary the wedding vow renewal planning started about a year before the big date!
They started with a fun-filled engagement session:
But on December 21, 2013, the first day of winter in Florida brought us 85 Degrees! Wow!
The day started with the photography of Michael Anthony Photography capturing the pre-ceremony pictures that included the bride getting ready and her bouquet.
The Beautiful bouquets were made by RJ Glamour and Innovation for the Diva! That is what Juan Carlos, owner, and designer, called Antonia because he was ever so proud to do an event of such honor as someone’s 50th wedding vow renewal for someone who he knew through the wedding industry.
No wedding would be complete without comfortable shoes made for a princess! Angela Nuran provided just that with her shoes and the buckle even matches the pendant on the bouquet, what a coincidence!
When it came time to select her wedding gown, of course, what they made back 50 years ago is not sold in this day and age, unless it is custom-made. But her idea of her dress was that of Cinderella because that is what she always said her life was like until Julio, her Prince Charming, swept her off her feet!
It’s time to get ready……
And the bride is ready…..
It was quite an honor to have three generations in one room celebrating this special day. Antonia was joined by her daughter Rosie, grand-daughter Kayla, and Grandson Kaleb.
The flower girl in the picture has been babysat by Antonia since birth; so to have her on this day was going to be part of the memories to share..
Now Julio had been through quite a bit….back in 2006 (3 months before his daughter Rosie Married Marcus), he had a series of strokes with a major one that set him back in the hospital. But through prayers, faith, and the help of the staff and family he regained his ability to get his life back.
He started his day with son in law Marcus and grandson Christopher. Now Julio is retired from the army and what better way to honor him than having the honor guard perform for him. The honor guard walked into Proud To Be An American as they set their flags. Then honored Julio with a saber ceremony.
No ceremony would be complete without the beautiful romantic music of Christine MacPhail the harpist.
Okay, the big moment has arrived, Julio has not seen Antonia since dinner the night before. He was kind of nervous as he did not know what was happening next.
Who would have thought that this 1lb 10 oz preemie baby boy would be walking down the aisle at his grandma’s wedding vow renewal 4 yrs later…..
The first-born grandchild Christopher, got the honor of escorting his grandmother down the aisle to the traditional wedding march.
The handoff to Julio…
You have to love the shots that photographers take and capture moments like this, Kaleb, the ring bearer intently paying attention to what is happening.
Christopher sang the Lord’s Prayer during the ceremony, bringing emotion to all that were present.
Now everyone knows that Marcus does not speak Spanish. For the wedding ceremony with some coaching from Oscar of Sensational Ceremonies, he recited a few verses from First Corinthians 13 much to Antonia and Julio’s surprise. They were touched by the heartfelt gesture.
It was a little too windy for the unity candle to be lit, but it did not stop them from trying with the Ave Maria playing in the background by Christine MacPhail the Harpist.
And they are husband and wife, what the Lord has joined together let no man separate…
The Bridal Party!
The Happy Couple!
Officiant Pastor Santos!
The immediate family!
Now it is time to see the artwork of RJ Glamour and Innovation coupled with the lighting special effects of Roque productions in the beautiful Wyndham Orlando Resort,
The ballroom reveal……seeing everything before the guests do…..
Judging from that smile, they were very pleased with everything……as they heard the tunes of Louis Armstrong singing When You Wish Upon a Star……
Look at the beautiful cake from Party Flavors!! Not only beautiful but tasty too!!!
Each table was named with the fruits of the spirit, love, patience, kindness, …in Spanish and English…
Let the celebration begin by looking at the family pictures dating back to their dating years and their wedding photo restored to color, thanks to West Orange Photo!
And here come the two flower girls and the ring bearer…
The bridesmaid and groomsman aka the grandkids( brother and sister), I guess for this instance “cootie alert ” is down…funny how kids still think that…..
Matron of Honor and Best Man
Awaiting the bride and Groom’s grand entrance
Mr. and Mrs. Freijo!
The blessing by Delilah…..
After a most delicious dinner prepared by the staff at the Wyndham Orlando( people are STILL saying how great the food was) it was time for the slide show…5 decades of memories….( you can see at the beginning of the blog)
No Wedding is complete without cutting the cake to A kiss is just a kiss by Louis Armstrong…
And their original cake cutting picture on the cake table…..Who has been married the least amount of years? That is the game that Andres the MC from Roque productions played…..much, to everyone’s surprise, this happy couple married just a few short months
What advice can Antonia and Julio give to make it the last 50 years? Love, patience, and more love…….and understanding…..
A bouquet to start that road to marriage……
It is time to thank the guests for coming and the vendors for their fabulous work to make this wedding vow renewal the success that it was! But before they say good-bye…Vocalists Kristin and Chris had a very special good bye to sing…..”Time to Say Good Bye ” By Andrea Boccelli…..
Now we all know that it does not snow in Florida right? But we were worried about cold fronts, rain in December. Thanks to our friends the Forecasting Team (a meteorology forecasting company) they gave the thumbs up for perfect weather! And indeed it was with sunny blue skies….but if we were to recreate the wedding blizzard they had 50 years ago how were we to do that? Luckily Brian from Standing Ovation came to the rescue and made it snow in Florida!!!
As they went on board their classical car for a ride around O’town with chauffeur Miguel from Southern Elegance!!!
And they lived happily ever after……………
Thank you, Christine and Tess, for the wedding day coordinators on this day!
As we close out the year 2013, 27 Miracles wants to thank all of their supporters in reading our 27 Miracles Blog! This has been an amazing year with wonderful stories, guest bloggers and beautiful weddings and events. Today we want to share with you the top stories that were made popular by you our dedicated followers to our blog.
Here is a recap for 2012:
4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 15,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 3 Film Festivals
Many Congratulations to Ivonne and Andrew for their wedding day being the ,most popular event of 2012!
These are the top 5 posts that got the most views in 2012. Ivonne and Andrew in the Final Dress Fitting and America Loves Ivonne and Andrew, Angela Nuran in Consignment Shoes, Be a Part of History Belize 12/12/12 with Romantic Travel and Kangaroo Care with our preemie Moms.
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 9,200 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
Congratulations to Michelle and Eric on being the most popular event of the year!!
The top 5 post that got the most views in 2013:
These are the posts that got the most views in 2013. Congratulations to Bukola and Francis on their Nigerian Engagement and Wedding, Sharon and Mike for being the Happy Bride in her Angela Nuran Shoes,Tiffany and Kyle in their Green Wedding
Happy, Healthy New Year 2014 to all our readers. Thank you for your support and stay tuned to our blog post for new and exciting things coming in this new year!!!
27 Miracles was awarded Best Wedding Planner In Windermere , Best Wedding Planner of Winter Garden, Bride’s Choice Awards Wedding Wire and Best of Weddings with the Knot ! This is all Thanks to our Readers and Clients like you!
Thank you for a great 2013….Looking forward to a great 2014!!!
Today December 3, 2013 is the 2nd annual Giving Tuesday it is one of the most important days of the holiday season. Congress declared it a national day of giving. This is the time of year to reflect on what really is the true meaning of Christmas. It is not about the latest greatest electronic toy or best sales from Black Friday or Cyber Monday. It is more about taking a moment to reflect on the goodness of our blessings and how a small amount can impact another person’s life or a project.
It does not matter what organization you choose to give to, whether you know someone or not, what matters is that it is something that you feel is a good cause for giving.
“Many of us stay up all night wrapping gifts year after year. We give out of obligation or from the kindness of our hearts and most often we give to those who we are close to or interact with on a regular basis. But there is a world out there that extends beyond our close circle of family and friends, and the world is in need. The world is filled with people who are depending on the kindness of others, people who may have never met them; people who are not a part of their circle. People like you and me.”
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27 Miracles has a few suggestions for you if you do not have anyone to donate to:
Susan G Komen/Brides for the Cure By donating your wedding gown, we will be able to use it at our upcoming gown sale to donate proceeds to the Breast Cancer treatment Click on the link below for more information
Nathaniel’s Hope and Other Children’s Organizations: By donating to the Making of the Movie A Story of Faith you will support a movie that will be an inspirational, thought-provoking film about the ability of faith to overcome any setback in life. Part of the proceeds will also be donated to a children’s organization and Nathaniel’s Hope.
Visit us on our website to obtain donation information to any of these causes A Story of Faith and 27 Miracles or call us at 407-905-5454 or you can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
27 Miracles wants to introduce you to Angela Nuran so that you can see the incredible work that she does. Here is a press release that will let you know more about her and the shoes that she designs.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
~ Designed by a dancer, these shoes have it all. ~
INTRODUCING THE MOST COMFORTABLE BRIDAL SHOES EVER MADE
Dance instructor / choreographer designs and manufactures wedding shoes with fashion, fit and COMFORT Brides love how they feel. Stores love how they sell.
Boca Raton, FL (November 15, 2013) – Angela Nuran Gokturk, former professional dancer and choreographer, knows how high fashion shoes can torture women’s feet, especially when dancing. She targets the bridal industry since she has seen all too often the plight of the painful shoe for the bride from choreographing hundreds of first dances for engaged couples.
Angela has created the ultimate combination of fashion, support, versatility, fit and comfort. She designed a line of “hybrid” shoes especially for the bridal market. Her “pillow-top” footwear uses extra thick padding for all parts of the footbed insole. Clever brooch buckles at the toe band expand or tighten to adjust width, and
are interchangeable throughout her collection to customize the look for a bride’s ensemble. Styles with ankle straps also adjust, and fasten with easy, quick release “dancer” hooks. For beauty and practicality, the buckles are adorned with Swarovski® crystals which are not prong set and will not snag long gowns.
Additional couture enhancements offered directly through Angela Nuran Co. include her stunning hand applied Swarovski® Glitz designs and exquisite custom dye service. Handcrafted in luxurious dyeable Italian silk, the shoes are available in sizes 5 through 11. Non-slip sueded leather soles are perfect for dancing. Suggested retail starts at $290.
Her incredibly comfortable collection delivers many features that ballroom dance shoes do not have, including being manufactured to standard street shoe sizing and extra structure to improve stability.
The comfort of Angela’s shoes surpass any wedding, dance or dress shoe. Susan Metropoulos, owner of The Left Bank Jewelry & Uniquities in Chicago, the premier accessory boutique in the Midwest, says, “The Angela Nuran shoe collection is our most successful shoe line we’ve ever carried; brides love how they fit and feel, and we love how fast they sell!”
Angela has filled the void in the bridal / dance / party shoe market, delivering high quality footwear with incomparable comfort and irresistible versatility.
Contact Angela Nuran: 954-333-8386 or email@example.com
Contact Office Manager Ashley Szpilka: 954-333-8386 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit website for more info: http://www.angelanuran.com or Facebook Angela Nuran Shoes
High resolution photos available upon request.
125 NW 13 St, Suite #1, Boca Raton FL 33432 ♦ 954.333.8386 ♦ 888.415.3922 fax
27 Miracles sells these shoes for Angela and donates part of the proceeds to Susan G Komen. If you are interested in a pair, feel free to call contact us at email@example.com or call us at 407-905-5454.
How many times do you go to a wedding or event as a guest and you end up taking your shoes off and going at it barefoot because your feet hurt so bad that you can’t dance? Well today 27 Miracles wants to introduce you to Angela Nuran. Angela is a designer of bridal shoes. She was a ballroom dance teacher and choreographer After choreographing numerous dances for brides and seeing the girls take off their shoes and dance barefoot, she decided to make shoes that were pretty for brides but with the comfort of a ball room shoe.
Angela and Rosie met at a charity breast cancer gown sale and they hit it off right from the start. Angela Nuran supports the mission that 27 Miracles has to sell her shoes and donate part of the proceeds to Breast Cancer Awareness. Call us today to order your shoes!
In the mean time, see Master Bridal Consultant Rosie Moore, sporting her shoes on the go at different events….
As a planner Rosie Moore of 27 Miracles says, ” I cannot possibly stay in my shoes all day if they were not comfortable to withstand all the running you do at a wedding.”
27 Miracles wants to wish Rhianna and Robert a Happy One Year Anniversary, they were married on 10/11/12 at the Holy Family Catholic Church with their wedding reception at the Sheraton Lake Buena Vista in their brand new Ballroom. It was the first wedding in the new ballroom.
10/11/12 was a beautiful sunny day for a wedding, the weather was perfect. Rhianna started her day by getting ready with the talents of A Story Telling Experience doing hair and make up.
Rhianna chose to wear shoes designed by Angela Nuran to match her theme colors.
Finally it is time to see the wedding bouquet that RJ Glamour and Innovation designed for Rhianna…..
Rhianna and Robert’s heritage is from the Phillipines. They had many traditions to share on their wedding day. From their bridal party having Sponsors so that there were about 30 couples all together. Their parish priest came from Lakeland to perform the ceremony. They had the veil and cord ceremony included in their ceremony as part of their tradition. ( See more on the tradition here http://vowsandhows.com/filipino-veil-cord-coin-ceremony/
You may wonder what is the veil ceremony? “It’s a special square veil designed to go over the groom’s shoulders and the bride’s head. This veil represents everything and everyone who will protect them, their home and their families.”
The Cord (Lasso)
“Is a long cord in the shape of a figure 8 (infinity), often with a rosary attached, that goes around the wedding couple’s shoulders. It is a symbol of their intimate union and a sign of their bond to each other, and their inseparable unity.”
The Arras (Coins)
“Exactly 13 coins in a pouch or box is brought to the altar by a small child like the ring bearer or the sponsors. The coins are given from the groom to the bride as a pledge and promise to financially support their new family. The bride accepts the gift of these coins along with the responsibility of building a loving home.”
Rhianna chose to use a cathedral length veil for the ceremony.
After the ceremony it was time for the festivities to begin….A limo ride to the Sheraton Lake Buena vista in a white hummer provided by VIP Limo
Once the bride and groom arrived at the Sheraton it was time to have fun taking some photos with the bridal party. Including the couple’s dogs of course dressed in their bridal party colors!!!
Now the Sheraton Lake Buena Vista built a beautiful new ballroom and Rhianna and Robert were the first couple to celebrate an event in the new space. With the decor provided by RJ Glamour and Innovation and the lighting by Roque Productions, the room transformed into a romantic atmosphere. The bride and groom got a first look at the room and they were in awe!
Take a look at the before and after pictures.
The bride had a very emotional dance with her daddy to a song that he used to sing to her in Filipino “Sing Me Your Song Again Daddy” by Jose Marie Chan, it was very touching.
The bride and Groom did the Dollar Dance. But the tradition in the Phillipines is for the guests to make a crown and banner of the money and then pin the rest of it to their clothing. The wedding money dance, or Saya ng Pera, is a requirement at Filipino Weddings. Rhianna and Robert chose to play traditional Filipino folk music.
The night is not complete without the garter removal. The bride elected to change in to her second dress of the evening to enjoy some dancing time with her guests.
The guests enjoyed lots of dancing, they did not want the party to end thanks to the high energy of the very talented DJ Roque of Roque Productions
The night ended with the bride and groom having a bubble exit after much love received from the guests….
A beautiful wedding for a beautiful couple….
One Last surprise for the bride and groom ….petals await them from the entry of the room to their bedroom ….Happy Anniversary and many more!!!
Employees: Owned and operated by Rosie and Marcus Moore
Revenue Breakdown: 90% consulting and day-of coordination, 10% boutique sales on shoes, invitations, favors, honeymoons, etc.
Contact: 407.905.5454, firstname.lastname@example.org. Blog—https://27miracles.wordpress.com,Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, Pinterest, and LinkedIn
Family: Married to Marcus Moore for six years. We were engaged on Dec. 27, 2005, the reason for our company name, 27 Miracles. I have a son Christopher, 21; daughter Kayla, 17; and our miracle baby, Kaleb, 3, born at 27 weeks and weighing 1 pound, 10 ounces. We also have two dogs Rusty, 14, and Daisy, 6.
Education: Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. Received Association of Bridal Consultants Master of Bridal Consultants™ designation in 2012.
On the Business: 27 Miracles is a full-service wedding and event coordination business. We meet the client’s needs from wedding consultation to full event coordination. We also plan destination and ethnic weddings; have an online boutique for stationery, favors, shoes, etc.; and work in the community with different charitable organizations.
Getting Started: I have been planning weddings since age 18 when I planned my parents’ 20-year surprise wedding vow renewal. I also planned for friends and other planners for years until a florist friend suggested I open my own company. Within two weeks, we opened 27 Miracles in 2008.
Goals: This year, I want to get more Sandals honeymoons booked. When people wait to have that all-important honeymoon, life gets in the way, and it becomes more difficult to have that once-in-a-lifetime event. We also would like to see more sales on my book, A Story of Faith, as it generates income for Nathaniel’s Hope, a special-needs ministry. And, we hope for more sales on the Angela Nuran Shoes we stock, which generates donations for Brides Against Breast Cancer.
On the ABC: It gives you the education and purpose to ethically, morally, and professionally run a successful business.
Mentors: My mentor first and foremost is God. Next is my husband who encourages me and gives me the time to do what I love to do. Then, it is Camelu Vargas, MBC™, who encouraged and supported me. Elise Enloe, MBC™, stretches me to do better, reach for my goals, and never settle. My best friend in the industry, Diane Jenson, kept me calm throughout the MBC™ process and is an excellent planner who is always there to help.
Inspiration: Simon Bailey and his Brillionaire club inspire me to rise above the negative. I also listen to Joel Osteen ministries. His positive outlook on life helps me see my life and the world in a whole new perspective, empowering me to succeed in business.
Marketing Strategy: Vendor referrals are our best source.
On Staying Fresh: 27 Miracles refreshes the company yearly by looking at what worked the year before, what we have learned, what we can do to improve ourselves, and by refreshing our marketing literature and our own presentation of ourselves.
Ideal Client: My ideal client is the destination bride, the Theme-Park-Corporate-Busy Bride, the ethnic bride and groom looking to bring their culture into the wedding.
Reading Now: Several—Simon Bailey’s Vuja De Moments, Joel Osteen’s It’s Your Time, and my daily devotion book from Sarah Young, Dear Jesus.
Hobbies: In my free time, I dance tap, jazz, salsa, and ballet.
Words of Wisdom: I advise other planners to get educated and never stop. Don’t look at other planners as competition; rather, look at each as someone from whom you can learn. A cooperative relationship will help you in the long run as you will focus more of your energy on your clients.
On Giving Back: 27 Miracles is involved in Love Bears, where a group of senior citizens knits bears to donate through our company, 27 Miracles, to sick or hurting children. Last Christmas, we donated almost 80 bears to Florida Hospital in Orlando at the Walt Disney Pavilion for Children. This is the same neonatal intensive care unit that my own son, Kaleb, lived in for five months after he was born. We also work with: Brides Against Breast Cancer, Nathaniel’s Hope, and the March of Dimes.
Amanda at the Green Bride Blog: That’s fantastic! Happy to hear it!
Ana/Artistic Aisle Runners: Congrats! This article looks so nice and is very informative.
Ben/Kaleidoscope: That’s great Rosie! So glad for you with. Hope things continue to get better.
Carmen/Mary Kay Consultant: Rosie, Congrats! Congrats! Congrats!
Estoy orgullosa de ti como mujer, anything is possible if you work hard enough for it.
Christine Mac Phail/Harpist: This is fabulous Rosie!! Congrats !!
Kevin Knox/Officiant: Congrats!! I didn’t know all this about you!! You should be proud how God has been using you.
Michael Thomas/John Michael Catering: That is so awesome, you’re amazing! Congrats!
Victoria Schultz/Harpist: Congratulations. That is wonderful I always wondered about the story behind the name, and happy to read about it!
Nannuk Media and Invitations: Felicidades esperamos que Dios te siga bendiciendo y te prospere en grande. Sigas siendo como eres una profesional integra. Que tengamos muchos años trabajando juntas. TQM Jose y Marisol, Nannuk Media Group & Invitations by Nannuk
Barbarajean Gannon WOW Rosie, that’s so awesome!! Yr business AND yr book!! God Bless you & family & that little miracle…Kaleb!!
Yolanda Prado Felicitaciones Rosie que el Señor los siga guiando y prosperando en todas sus labores. Que siga marcando la pauta la creatividad que hasta ahora han mostrado. Gracias por tus memorias para tu amiga y compañera. Te quiero mucho y te recuerdo siempre como una excelente y fiel amiga de Adriana. Dios te bendiga a tí y a la familia
Bonnie Garfield/Loews Portofino Hotel Universal Studios Orlando /Director of Catering What a lovely article. Congratulations on your achievements and successes. You truly are a real professional. The best to you and looking forward to working with you really soon.
Going to your final dress fitting has got to be one of the most exciting things that a bride to be does. That is what Rosie Moore of 27 Miracles and Bruce of Treasured Moments Videography planned. When Rosie spoke to Susan owner of Casa di Bella and asked her if this was okay to videotape our bride in her last fitting, she was ecstatic to surprise the bride with such a request. If you know the story of Stella you will understand why this was a great big moment. We want to be able to give each and every bride a “27 Miracles Experience” that they will never forget.
Watch the joy and excitement that Stella had on this her last fitting for her gown. She is wearing a dress from Kathy Ireland and shoes from Angela Nuran( contact 27 Miracles 407-905-5454 to find out how to purchase yours today while helping Brides Against Breast Cancer).