My great friend Keith Thompson presided over an underwater wedding today at Sea World. Apparently, this isn’t normally allowed, so no one, but immediate family and the closest of friends were invited. The gates opened at 4:30 pm and the marriage ceremony began promptly at 5:00 pm.
I thought this might be a market I can tap into if Sea World wasn’t so against it. I wanted to run over and get a picture, but didn’t find out in time. Congratulations!
Here is what an underwater wedding might look like….maybe in the near future, I can get a photo of the wedding and update this post.
The following events are scheduled for Louise Blum, a top of the line bridal salon. It is worth a trip to Houston to do some dress shopping. They carry all my favorites.
February 28 , 2008 – March 1, 2008
A great photographer, Chris Moseley, has a cool new guest book on his blog. I don’t know why I haven’t thought of this. This is a great way to use all those engagement photos hardly anyone gets to see.
I just completed a custom order of wedding invitations for a lovely couple of California (when I say California, i hear myself saying like governator ahhhnold).
Anyway, one thing I love about these is they added a quote which will be used throughout their wedding. Congratulations, Pamela and Richard…I will be shipping these out tomorrow.
Do you have enough flowers for your wedding? I think not….
I have been meaning to post some pics since early November. I know, we have been slackers. This is from a wedding from October 27th. I have never imagined St. Peter Prince of the Apostles would look like this. Makes me want to get married all over again. Side note: The bride wore a pair of gold weaved smokin hot Christian Louboutins under her dress…aaah, a girl with some style. I have talked about such things before, here.
Floral: David Kurio
BTW: I personally think David Kurio is the best florist on the planet…and I have been blessed to have worked with Christian Tortu of France and the fabulous Preston Bailey.