Wedding Trend 2014

If you are looking for a special way to tell your love story at your wedding, a great idea is to brand your wedding. As a trend for 2014, it is more than a style for your wedding. Instead of sending out generic save-the-dates, how about branding it to fit your love story?

Were you and your significant other friends first? Do you have a favorite sports team in common? How about a certain movie or genre of music? Do you both enjoy performance arts or any other hobbies? How did you first meet? These questions will help you determine if branding your wedding is right for you.

The Groom incorporated his hat and his cowboy boots into the wedding.

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The bride and groom being Green Friendly wanted to incorporate everything green in the wedding.  Look at the bride’s bouquet made of 2 liter plastic soda bottles.

Orlando Science Center wedding in Orlando, Florida, of Tiffany and Kyle

Tiffany and Kyle decided to use names of places that they had traveled together as their table name.  It was a good way to have conversation at the guest tables especially if the guests did not know each other, it breaks the ice.

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If so, incorporate pieces of your love story or a theme of your choice from start to finish. This includes save-the-dates, wedding invitations, and your wedding website. Moreover, add the unique touch to the rehearsal dinner, ceremony/reception decor and music, and also you and your significant other’s wedding look.

For their RSVP Cards, the couple sent out questionnaires on what songs the guests wanted to hear, it made it fun to read the songs and some of the funny stuff that people write on the RSVP, which was later displayed at the reception for all to read.


While branding your wedding is definitely nontraditional, it can also transform a wedding into one that your guests will remember for a lifetime.

By Christine Pabelico, Certified Wedding Planner

27 Miracles

The Surprise that Nguyen Vu had for Desiree!!!

Now knowing that 27 Miracles, wedding and event planner Rosie Moore loves a good surprise, when Nguyen Vu( groom)  asked her to help him plan his special surprise that he had for his wife to be Desiree three days before the wedding, how could she resist!  Rosie started to plan the distraction that would lead to the special moment that he had  planned for Desiree.  No one knew of the surprise.  Thanks to the catering staff of John Michael Catering and the team at 27 Miracles, the surprise took place without a hitch!! Not even a rehearsal !!   Rosie utilized the help of the best man and groomsman( brother of the bride) to assist her in the plan, but careful not to reveal what was about to take place.  The rest was the groom’s special surprise to his bride.  See the video below to  share in the happiness that we all felt watching this bride and groom!!

Our star videographer for the evening was Key Moment Film