Here are some ideas for deciding if you can include the furry members of your family in your wedding day.
Name: Angie Johnston
Where are you from: Aurora, CO
How many years have you been in the industry: 10 years
Favorite Part of the Planning Process: Helping a couple create their wedding vision, whether they have been imagining it for years or have never opened a wedding magazine in their lives. I love taking their personalities and tastes to create a unique wedding that fits them.
Favorite Event Day Element: The father/daughter dance is my favorite part of the wedding day. Not only seeing the connection between the bride and her dad, but watching the love in her mom's eyes as she watches them dance.
Starbucks Order: Non-fat Hazelnut Latte
Happy Hour Order: Jack and Ginger or a good Pinot
What do you do when you’re not working: Enjoy my family time with my husband and two sons, reading, attending Broncos games and hanging out with my friends.
Ever wonder what you could have for guests to fill a little time while you are off taking post ceremony pictures?
Here's something that will not only entertain your guests, but you can get a good laugh reading them in the days that follow! Wedding MadLibs! A childhood favorite with a wedding twist to have on your special day. You can even customize them so that they can be added to your guest book.
"Something blue" may be one of the easiest of the four "somethings" to incorporate into your Colorado wedding. With endless options to the color blue - use your imagination!
On the more unique side for bridesmaids gifts is a personalized wine glass charm. This can be given to your girls the morning of the wedding to attach to their glass of wine as your getting ready for and enjoying your big day.
You could even get one for you and your soon to be husband to be waiting for you at the table after you say your "I dos".
Embellished with a bead, you could have it either match your wedding colors and be the favorite of each bridesmaid.
Selecting your "something borrowed" for your Colorado wedding is your chance to had something very personal from someone special in your life. What are you using for your walk down the aisle?
While we believe that every wedding should have a printed invitation that is mailed to guests, this still gives you some different ideas for your something new. What are you using as your "something new" for your Colorado wedding?
Spring is here and we are excited as everything starts to turn green! This inspiration board from Event Pros gets us in the mood for warmer, greener weather!
Finding something old to wear on your wedding day can be fun. What are you using as your something old for your Colorado wedding?
Radiant Orchid is officially "the" color for 2014 weddings. How will you incorporate this color into your wedding day? We love these ideas from favecrafts.com.
Sapphire Celebrations combines the energy, perspective and creativity of two generations when planning weddings and events throughout Colorado. Founded by a mother and daughter team, Sapphire Celebrations reflects their Colorado heritage with family roots dating back to 1907. Owners Pamela Drennan and Angela Johnston are proud of the high level of service for which Sapphire Celebrations has become known. Two full service coordinators, three associate coordinators and ten assistants take pride in exceeding the expectations of clients who entrust them with their event.