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Halona and Robert were married at the Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev. on July 13. “The Four Seasons is very private, and they don’t have a casino inside the hotel,” Halona said. “But what made me know this was the perfect venue is there highly-rated staff and wedding coordinators. They are definitely five-star and are amazing at making sure you have the wedding of your dreams.” The bride wore a strapless tulle fit ‘n’ flare wedding gown, accessorized with her hair half-up/half-down in loose curls, fingertip-length veil, jeweled sash, and pair of Badgley Mischka peep-toe high heels, while the groom wore a black tuxedo, accessorized with a matching bow tie and vest. Bridesmaids wore long pink chiffon dresses and carried bouquets of roses and hydrangeas. “We had rehearsed in an empty room, and I had not seen my decor yet,” she said. “So, the moment when the doors opened to the ceremony and reception were beyond breathtaking and a moment I will never forget.” Aisles were lined with floating candles in glass pillars to create a romantic ambience, and a unity candle was placed at the altar in loving memory of a lost one. It said, “This light shines as a symbol of a life and love remembered.” Once the vows were sealed with a kiss, it was official! Not a single guest could resist taking a snapshot during the recessional. They found their seats via a mirror featuring assignments. Tables were decorated with rosette linens, tall candelabra centerpieces, glitter numbers, and crystal votive candles. “The food was delicious,” Halona said. Not to mention the five-tiered cake was suspended hanging from the ceiling! Extra entertainment, outside of the dance floor, was a photo booth complete with props.  The newlyweds’ best advice? “Find an wedding planner that knows different venues and can see your vision miles away,” she said. “Our wedding was a destination wedding, and I read a lot of reviews before I chose Andrea Eppolito to coordinate my wedding. When I say she is great at what she does, I mean it. I was totally blown away . . . it was everything I had dreamed of and more.”

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Photography: ALT F Photography | Videography: Memory Lane Video | Venue/Caterer/Cake: Four Seasons Hotel, Las Vegas | Event Planner: Andrea Eppolito Events | Dress Designer: Marisa Bridals from Weddings by Debbie | Shoes: Badgley Michka | Bridesmaid Dresses: Bill Levkoff | Jewelry: Tiffany and Co. | Hair and Makeup Artist: 702 Hair and Makeup | Groom and Groomsmen Attire: Michael Kors | Officiant: Jimmy McNamara | Invitations: Paper Lane Stationery | Floral Designer: Naakiti Floral Design 

Bachelorette Parties!

Posted by MeganH on Jul 22, 2008

After a weekend trip to Las Vegas and seeing crazy bachelorette parties at every turn, I thought it might be fun to share a few other ideas for this pre-wedding ritual! TripHub’s Group Trip Advisor Blog has developed a top 10 list for bachelorette parties. As I suspected, the number one idea suggests going to Vegas for some not-so-tame fun! However, there are also alternatives for a gathering a little closer to home. How does a spa day or a wine tasting party sound? Whatever you choose, make sure to have fun with friends and celebrate your single days while you can! :)

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