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What is a commitment ceremony?

You Probably have come across the term ‘commitment ceremony’ and asked yourself how id it differs from a Wedding ceremony. So what does it mean, what is the difference?

A commitment ceremony is very similar to a wedding ceremony. Involves as much planning effort as a wedding ceremony. The only difference is that one is legally binding while the other is not. A commitment ceremony stands as a public affirmation of a couple’s commitment to one another, without it being recognized by the law. You don’t need a real officiant, it can be performed by a celebrant. Other than that the couple will exchange vows and rings,  often read a poem and desired rituals, that fit couple beliefs.

Commitment ceremony vs marriage ceremony.

We noticed, not everyone wants to get married or wants to have a civil partnership. Some people don’t believe in the institution of marriage and others believe that the state should not have a role in the commitment that you make to the person you love. As a result, there are many couples that choose a commitment ceremony over a legally-binding marriage ceremony. For instance, a couple who have both been in marriages previously may choose to demonstrate their love for one another through a commitment ceremony.

You are aware,  marriage was not always an option for LGBTI partners. As a consequence, some LGBTI families have found other ways to celebrate their relationships and mark their importance through such ceremonies. However, Since January 6, 2015, Same-sex marriage has been legally recognized in the U.S. state of Florida, as well as all other states. Finally, same-sex couples can choose which route they prefer to go.

And still, For some same-sex couples the idea of getting married or having a civil partnership isn’t appealing or necessary. But at the same time, they may wish to celebrate their relationship and mark their commitment to each other. In these scenarios, commitment ceremonies are a good option.

It’s an alternative way to profess your love for one another without the complicated paperwork.

At Perfect Event Agency, we are excited to celebrate the decision of two people in their commitment to join their love, life-long goals, and dreams event without legal binding!  No forms, no fuss. Celebrating your relationship is an important part of maintaining the vitality of your relationship.

So What happens at the commitment ceremony?

A commitment ceremony can either be a private affair or it can be much more public. The ceremony can, for example, involve a very public declaration of your commitment to each other.  For example, we had a couple that wanted their families to know they are officially married. They chose to have a commitment ceremony instead without letting their conservative families know. As a result, everyone is happy, the couple continues to live without legal obligation to one another, and their families and friends are convinced it was a real thing!

Commitment ceremonies can focus on the sacred and involve a focus on spirituality. Alternatively, a commitment ceremony can involve a large party with little or no reference to spirituality.


Now you choose!  Select the beach wedding package to fit your style and budget, pick your date and call or email us to reserve your event.


At Perfect Event agency, We provide a celebration for all unions. Our packages were designed for anyone who is looking to celebrate their love in the company of their guests, or a simple intimate ceremony between you and your partner.

Just give us a call or fill out the contact form and we will create unforgettable Ceremony, for you and your other half!  



Things Brides wish they knew before planning a wedding!

You got engaged, the happiest moment of your life! You will get to celebrate your wedding day with the person you want to grow old with! And then enjoy the neverending honeymoon. But, once you start thinking about an actual wedding day, you might start to panic! There are so many things to do, to remember, to double check, to think of … That fear, that you’ll do something…or forget to do something… that fear might ruin your wedding day! That experience transforms smart, capable, sane young women into neurotics suffering from panic attacks, headaches, stomach pain and sleepless nights.

We’ve seen dozens of brides after their weddings and asked them, “If you were planning your wedding all over again, what would you do differently and WHY?” We suggest you learn from somebody else’s mistakes!
Most brides have same answers. All of them made common mistakes, perhaps trying to save money, not hiring professionals or just ignoring a valuable advice.
Now, try to see if you would have done same mistakes planning your wedding day:

Hire a Professional Photographer

Many brides thought they can save money on many things, including a Photographer. while shopping for your wedding photographer you will get many quotes and will see many different styles of photography. You should see the difference between good and bad photograph, boring and artistic photograph. This is what will determine the price of photo services.

Do not Compromise! After all, these photos will be your everlasting memories, that you will, hopefully, look at for the rest of your life.
Many brides regret not asking a Photographer to get a photograph with their nearest and dearest.
The day is often such an overwhelming blur that it’s easy to forget to be photographed with the people you love the most. Professional Photographers will discuss your requirements prior to the wedding day and they’ll give you a little nudge on the day to prompt the important shots. They will hunt you down and make you pose!

“I gave my photographer a list of pictures I wanted,” Kristina said, “but I didn’t get one shot with my grandmother. She complains about it every time I see her! I wish I’d been more specific.”
I was disappointed as soon as I saw the photos after our wedding. There were so few photos that I felt I could put in a picture frame – many were blurred – or people had their heads cut off – the lighting was all wrong! Since I have become a wedding supplier I have been following the wedding blogs and every day I see the most wonderful wedding photos and I so wish that we had employed a wedding photographer to capture our special day.


Had a wedding video

This is the number one biggest Bridal regret. Having decent photographs is one thing, but a wedding video truly captures the day. Those that organized a professional to shoot the whole day on film were really glad they had spent the extra money.


Lived in the moment

A lot of Brides become so overwhelmed on their wedding day that they forget to take a step back, breathe and just look at what they’ve created. And finally, enjoy it!
It’s your day, so don’t end up annoyed that you didn’t enjoy every minute of it because you were running around making sure everyone is happy.


Hired a Wedding Planner

We couldn’t count the number of times we’ve heard “I wish I’d had a Wedding Planner”.
Sooo many brides only realize how stressful planning their wedding would be after their big day, and they desperately wish they’d reached out for some help and guidance before it all got too much.
Perfect Event Agency team will be on site for your entire planning process to ensure everything runs smoothly.


Taken a spare pair of comfortable shoes

Did not think about it yet? Well, think again! What ruins a night? Sore feet!
Don’t forget that you’ll be wearing your wedding shoes from mid-morning. Your feet are bound to throb as the day progresses. Have your Maid of Honour look after some comfy flats for you.

Letting the stress take over

The day will go extremely quickly, so it’s important to make the most of it and truly enjoy every moment.
“I made my decisions and then I started second-guessing myself,” Mia sighed. “I kept worrying about whether I’d made the right choice. I burned up all this energy being stressed out, instead of enjoying what it felt like to be engaged.”
Jessica told us that in the end, she discovered that all her team work with her event planner and research paid off…she DID make the right choices. “I should have trusted myself, trusted my event planner instead of worrying. In the end, everything turned out fine.”


I Would Have Savored My Engagement More.

Lisa had a two-year engagement. She gave herself months and months to plan. Still, as soon as he proposed, she dove right into planning.

“I’d been casually shopping around for a dress months before Philip proposed, I knew it was coming” Anna admitted, “so when it finally happened I knew exactly which one I wanted. I started hunting down my photographer and location right away, without even taking a breath.” Lisa was so busy doing things for her engagement that she forgot to notice what it felt like to be engaged. “Looking back, I wished I had slowed down my engagement and let it last longer. Everything went so fast!” she said.

There’s a lot to do when you’re planning a wedding. But as important as it is to do those tasks, it’s also important to take the time to enjoy the experience.
Every few moments, slow down, take a deep breath, and reflect. “This is my wedding I’m planning. I’m getting married!”
No matter how long your engagement, it’s going to FLY. Take the time to savor it.

I Would Have Invited Fewer Guests.

We believe in intimate weddings! You would not want to see people at your wedding that you might not even know! Or invite an old friend from school just to show her how beautiful your wedding compares to her (we all have those thoughts). Well, time to think again, and make some prediction on how it is going to go on a wedding day!

“My one regret,” Diana said, “was having so many people. I chose an average location for my wedding so that I could invite all of the guests on my list and stay within budget. But I wish I hadn’t invited those ‘obligated’ guests. I could have invited fewer people and afforded a much nicer place.”

Brooke found herself in a similar situation. “I only had so much money to spend,” she told me. “My parents pressured me to invite a lot of their friends. There were people at my wedding that I didn’t even know!”

On your wedding day, you owe it to yourself to be surrounded by your closest family and friends. PERIOD. You want to feel loved, enjoy positive vibes and see smiles and happy tears on your friend’s faces! You don’t need drama either on your wedding day or after!


Trending gorgeous wedding colors for fine art brides

We strongly suggest to use one dynamic color for a strong statement and add a few complementary tones.

Dusty Rose and Green.

… if you choose to go with this trendy colors, the possibilities are endless!

Lavender and Lilac.

… if you hear just “purple when you think of these two colors, think again, there’s more to it than just that. The lavender offers a light, dusty quality and the lilac offers a fresher look. Combining the two makes it visually interesting because you aren’t stuck with just one shade.

Dusty Blue and Deep Red.

… Will be a great idea for a beach wedding, to complement the ocean behind you and have red-colored accent colors pop up in a Florida sunlight!

Shades of Blue.

… Looks great in a Garden/park setting for a Wedding Ceremony! It simply makes it so effortlessly beautiful.

Vintage Red and Peach.

This color combination is great for those who like vibrant colors. The amount of floral arrangements to choose from is endless, as are other decor items. We believe those colors will compliment any rustic/ Boho wedding ceremony design!

Off White and Greenery

Another Great choice for Beach/Garden Wedding!


2018 Wedding Trends for Your Big Day (Part 1)

Are you planning a 2018 wedding? Check out latest wedding trends! The great thing about trends, whether in wedding fashion or decor, is that you can pick and mix what resonates with you to add a personal touch to the final look of your Wedding day. At Perfect Event Agency, we are sure, each couple will find something that resonates with them in these 2018 wedding trends


Vintage, 70s, Hippy and Free Spirit – this is what comes to mind when you first see bell-sleeved wedding gowns.  It ain’t new, but in 2018 we are going back in time! Romantic lace with free-spirit vibes is this year’s biggest bridal trend.


Yes! We knew it! It isn’t new to the wedding decor world, but we always had a feeling it will become the biggest trend and it is happening now, in 2018!  We will see a lot of geometric ceremony backdrops in particular, and Perfect Event Agency loves to use custom made geometry backdrops. We include them in pre-set Packages for a “picture perfect” eclectic wedding theme. Our professionals can create custom arch from scratch. Just let us know which shapes inspire you and we will create a sketch, which then becomes your very own unique wedding arch!  We love our triangular A-frame arch design simply complemented with oriental rugs, rustic props, and floral décor. Done forget about Full-circle backdrops! It is popping up in majorly on-trend ceremonies. Read below about 2018 trend for floral decoration and color designs.


We are all about BOHO! Are you? Will you at least consider it? How dreamy kimono sounds for you? We can see how it will compliment your amazing wedding dress and your ceremony designs! You may choose between velvet or fringe, patterned or white, a bridal kimono gives your style a sense of free-spirited romance. Consider staying within the selected color scheme to compliment the setting around you!  


Many brides don’t feel the veils or flower crowns, well 2018 is all about the bridal tiara! Keep it simple with a thin gold or silver band of leaves or go bold with a crystal-embedded crown. You may compliment it with simple flowers, or ribbons. Why not?


Our all-time Favorite eye-catching accent throughout any rustic/eclectic wedding design! Natural, organic wedding – what can be better? Pampas grass and wheat are simply elegant and earthy, paired with accent colored flowers and props. We can use it in any package and trust us, you won’t regret it when your guests will be blown away on your wedding day!  


Stars are so romantic, aren’t they? Time to make it an official wedding trend! We all have favorite cues from literal space – the sun, moon, or stars – or take it further, like astrology, your signs, and horoscope! There are so many unique and creative ways to add a celestial vibe to your wedding.


2018 Wedding Trends for Your Big Day (Part 2)


Here in Florida, we have warm summer and hot summer! It’s summer all year-round, so why not lighten the ambiance a little? We think about alternative summery music styles. You’ve had enough stress preparing for your Special day, create a laid-back vibe during your ceremony with steel drums or a singer accompanied with a guitar.

NEW THEMES – Make it personal!

Classic beach or garden themes will never get old. But why not make it Personal? Share your first date memories, or a first vacation you took together … or even plans you have for the future! Perfect Event Agency planners will add a personal touch to the design and decoration.  


We Offer Champagne bar as an additional Service to add to your package, why not to spice it up and add Wine Smoothies? Your guests will definitely want something cold and frosty, celebrating your love in Florida Beach or a Park, They can enjoy margaritas somewhere else! Surprise them with white/red fruity Wine Smoothies!


You can take a safe route by sticking to Classic summer favors like flip-flops or sunscreen but you must know: Eco-friendly favors are bigger than ever. You may give your guests Organic Tea, that compliments your wedding theme. Or Add Organic Edible Bon Bons from a local vendor! You might also consider donating to a local charity, that idea never goes out of season. We will make a sign to let your guests know you’ve done it on behalf of them This is a sweet way you can spread the love and be totally eco-friendly as well.



How to write wedding vows

If you’re writing your own vows, you’ve chosen an incredible and meaningful way to personalize your wedding ceremony. It’s a chance to tell your story, give guests a peek into what makes your relationship tick, and to share meaningful, sweet words with the person you love. It can also be a pretty challenging task because it’s so intimate—you’re really baring your heart to your fiancé, and you’re doing so in front of your family and friends.

There’s no one template for non-traditional wedding vows, but there are a few pointers that’ll help you craft them. Whether you’re searching for phrasing inspiration, looking for formatting examples, or have specific questions (“How long should wedding vows be?”), we’ve got you covered. Your wedding vow structure is entirely up to you—that’s the beauty of a personalized exchange. Still, most couples appreciate some guidance, which you can find ahead.

Before you take the plunge, remember this: Wedding vows are important because they’re a concrete symbol of your union and commitment. The promises you make to one another on your big day will set the tone for your entire marriage.


Don’t Wait Until the Last Minute

Plan to have your vows written at least three weeks before your wedding. This will give you time to write without the added pressure of the approaching day and also give you time to practice reciting your vows in front of the mirror. Trust us: You’ll be thankful for the rehearsal when those wedding day jitters kick in!

Start Separately

When you’re ready, schedule some alone time to work on your vows independently. Even if you’re planning on having your a coordinated exchange, you don’t want to influence each other’s words just yet. We recommend starting about one month before the big day. By then, all your planning and decision-making will be nearly finished, and you can focus your mind and heart squarely on the day’s emotion.

Ask Yourself Questions

You have to stay true to yourself and your loved one. Ask yourself questions like “Why have I chosen this person to be my partner? What do I love most about him or her?” Take time to really think about the answers, and translate them into a vow. Open your heart and write your feelings on the paper, we promise you, it’s the easiest way!

Look for inspiration

Once you’ve gathered your own thoughts, feel free to start looking for external inspiration. Some brides and grooms consult movies, books, or other couple’s vows. Go ahead and borrow a favorite quote if you’d like. You can also mix traditional wording with personalized phrasing.

Consider Formatting

Who says you have to stick to prose? Go ahead and draft a poem, a song, or a list of why you love your future spouse. That being said, you can also pull from the past, or simply rehearse an updated version of tradition. For example, you might want to replace “till death do us part” with “as long as we both shall live.”

Stay True to Yourself

Don’t feel the pressure to write something that sounds formal. Speak from your heart and de­scribe your emotions. Then edit the text so that it stands the test of time—consider whether you will feel moved by these words when you look back on them later. If comedy isn’t your thing, then don’t try to be funny. Your vows are about you, so don’t force anything unnatural. Does that mean saying something sappy, instead? Go right ahead.

Consult Each Other

Eventually, make a date to sit down together to share your thoughts. If you want your specific words to be a surprise, at the very least, ensure you both agree on each other’s length or format. We also advise getting permission before sharing something especially intimate about your partner or relationship.

You may also decide to have multiple versions—one for your public ceremony, and one to share privately. Discuss this option, too.

Preserve Them

You’ve worked too hard not to have a copy forever. We like keepsake vow booklets for this purpose. Alternatively or additionally, honor them in other ways, like as décor at your reception.


Wedding Rituals and Traditions

Your wedding reception is easy to personalize—your ceremony, however, can be tougher. After all, most wedding ceremonies are rooted in tradition and involve a series of predetermined steps that have been taken for years (if not centuries!). If you’re looking to put your own stamp on the event, incorporate a ritual that symbolizes the reason why you, your spouse-to-be, and your guests are there on the big day: unity.

Some of the following customs and practices, like lighting a unity candle, circling the groom, or jumping the broom are rooted in faith or tradition. But others, like the sand or the tree-planting ceremony, are modern alternatives. While all represent the joining of two people—and familial and community togetherness—there might be a few that resonate more than others. Since no two weddings (or couples!) are the same, we made sure to keep all faiths, cultures, and beliefs in mind when curating this list.

Whether you steal one (or more!) of these ideas or would prefer to dream up something completely different, a ceremonial ritual is bound to bring even more meaningful to your big day. These practices can tie your wedding back to marriages that took place hundreds of years ago—or inspire the generations of lovers to come. However you decide to signify unity on your big day, let the following historical, cultural, and spiritual symbolic rituals are your guide.

Marriage quilt wrapping ceremony

This custom derives from Native American culture and involves wrapping a quilt around the newlyweds’ shoulders to symbolize warmth and togetherness as they take on the future together… This ceremony is also inspired by the way Tahitians have married for centuries. The vows culminate with the wrapping of the couple in a traditional and colorful Tahitian wedding quilt.

Some couples ask family and friends to send them fabric scraps in a specified size. Then they have a quilt made which they are then wrapped in by their Wedding Officiant at their wedding, symbolizing how the love and warmth of others would nurture and strengthen them together. This is a quilt which has been signed with love, from family and friends.

Together within this blanket, they will sign their marriage license. This usually comes right before the kiss. Next, the Wedding Officiant/Minister announces the kiss… they then embrace and kiss to celebrate that they are now officially united.

Exit under an arch of swords ceremony

This custom came from the British Army and is now present in all American military branches. It is called the Arch of Sabers for the Army and Air Force or the Arch of Swords for the Navy and Marine Corps.

Originally, the tradition demonstrated a pledge of fidelity from the military to the new couple, since the military service members literally shelter the newly married couple beneath the arch as they exit the church. A special detail of six or eight members marches in a double line then stands and faces each other. When the order is given to draw swords (or sabers), each person simultaneously draws a ceremonial sword and holds it with the blade pointed up. The raised swords form an arch. The couple passes under the arch as they exit the church or enter the wedding reception. The sword detail should not be used as groomsmen or ushers; however, before the ceremony, they can escort honored guests like the Mother-of-the-Bride or -Groom to their seat.

A sundial ceremony

On the Aran Islands of Ireland, the Celtic sundial ceremony remains, to this day, an integral part of a wedding. The couple is invited to touch fingers through the sundial’s hole—this serves as both a symbol and confirmation of their union. Witnesses may then offer the newlyweds well-wishes by passing a silk scarf through the hole (three times!) as those dreams are spoken out loud.

Have a wine ceremony

Through the centuries and across many cultures, the wine has been a part of the wedding tradition. A wine ritual symbolizes blending two lives (and two families!) into one. Some couples choose to drink wine from the same cup—a practice performed in most Catholic and Jewish ceremonies—while others prefer to pour two types of wine into one glass before sharing. This “blending” is symbolic of your union and the life you’ll create together.

Recieve Tilak

Tilak Ceremony is one of the most important Pre Wedding Ceremonies; it holds an important position as regards its auspicious nature in traditional Hindu customs. During traditional Indian weddings, it is customary for the groom—at the head of the baraat, or groom’s procession—to be welcomed by the bride’s family upon arrival at the ceremony site. The bride’s mother applies tilak, or red vermilion powder, to her future son-in-law’s forehead to welcome him into her family and to protect him from evil.

Light a Unity Candle

This Judeo-Christian tradition is probably the most well-known wedding ritual that symbolizes unity. The bride and groom each hold a lit candle and combine their flames to light a third, larger candle. Sometimes the bride and groom’s parents take on this task instead to symbolize the union of their families. You can also get the guests involved by displaying candles in the ceremony entrance and inviting friends and family to light one and say a blessing as they enter.

Sand Ceremony

A type of unity ceremony, the wedding sand ceremony expresses the coming together of two people or two families into one new family.  It is a very simple idea that can be incredibly powerful. Typically, each person has different colored sand and takes turns pouring it into one clear vessel, forming a layered effect. Sometimes just the couple participates, and sometimes the couple’s children and/or parents join in with their own colored sand, adding to the layers of colors, and expressing the harmony of the entire family.

Participate in a Crowning

It’s customary in Greek Orthodox culture for brides and grooms to appoint koumbaroi, attendants who place the wedding crowns on the couple’s heads and the rings on their fingers. The crowns, known as stefana, are connected by ribbon and therefore serve as a symbol of the bride and groom’s union, as well as their status as queen and king of their family.

Do a Lasso Ceremony

This tradition is usually associated with Hispanic and Filipino families.

Lasso (sometimes called, “lazo”) or rope is placed around the bride and groom’s shoulders (groom’s shoulder’s first) in the form of an “8” (the infinity symbol) – after they have exchanged their vows – to symbolize their everlasting union. This is usually done by the officiant, however, family members can also take part in this ritual. The couple wears the lasso throughout the remainder of the service.

Tie the Knot (Literally!)

In this old Irish tradition, the bride and groom ties a fisherman’s knot with ribbon to symbolize a bond that, rather than break under pressure becomes stronger.

Jump a Broom

The “jumping a broom” ritual originated in the early 19th century, when enslaved African Americans weren’t allowed to formally marry. Instead, to unite, the tradition was to lay a broom on the ground and jump over it together. Today, the act represents a “brushing away” of the past in order to start clean

Plant a Tree

If you’re getting married outside, consider planting a sapling—it represents growth, something you and your new spouse will do (a lot of!) together. During the ceremony, the bride and groom should place soil from two separate containers on top of the planting, representing two individuals coming together as one.

The blessing stones ceremony

The ritual of the Blessing, or Wishing Stones, as they are sometimes called, is a wonderful way to include everyone in the wedding by way of offering blessings and good wishes to the newlyweds. It also is a good way to ensure that everyone makes contact with the Bride and Groom at some point during the day. This tradition may be performed during the actual ceremony itself (before the blessing), at the conclusion of the service (in a receiving line manner), or at the reception.

When the guests arrive at the ceremony, they are given a “Blessing Stone,” usually a round, flat and dark-colored stone, along with a small note card with words printed on it such as: `My wish for you is…” or “May you be blessed with…” or “May God bless you with…”

At some point (either during or after the ceremony), the guests share their blessing or wish with the newlyweds and toss the Blessing Stone into a “Blessing Bowl,” a “Wishing Well,” or whatever vessel is used to contain the water.


Ketubah signing ceremony

In a  Jewish wedding, there is a ketubah signing ceremony before the actual wedding where two witnesses sign the marriage contract. It usually takes place in a private room attended by the officiant, the wedding couple, the witnesses, close family and possibly a few dear friends. It’s considered an honor to be included in the ketubah signing ceremony.


How to plan the perfect rehearsal dinner

Rehearsal dinners have truly morphed over the years. They used to simply be a nice dinner post rehearsal the day before the main event! These days, however, it seems like rehearsal dinners can be a big big deal. Whether you’re hosting a huge soiree or an intimate gathering, a full blown catered dinner or simply a cocktail party, we’ve got you covered. Check out our rehearsal dinner planning tips and advice below!

The Guest List

First and foremost, you will want to decide who is invited to your rehearsal dinner. Typically you don’t want to invite your whole wedding guest list. You invite anyone involved in your actual wedding rehearsal and their dates. This includes family, bridesmaids, groomsmen, and sometimes even your officiant! We would consider these your “must invite” guest list.

It’s also courteous to invite any close out of town guests, but definitely not necessary or expected. One of our suggestions for handling out of town guests is hosting a short cocktail hour before or after your dinner at the main guest hotel or a bar nearby. That way the out-of-towners feel included and you can keep a more intimate rehearsal dinner vibe. Really though, the guest list is totally up to you. Your wedding guests probably won’t be upset if they’re not invited to your rehearsal dinner.

Where to Host

Picking out a fabulous restaurant or choosing an amazing caterer has got to pretty high on your rehearsal dinner to do list. This event is truly kicking off your wedding weekend! First decide if you want to host it in a restaurant or a separate venue. Have a fave go to dinner spot? Ask if they would accommodate your party. Have a killer backyard? Look into having caterers over to yours for dinner under the stars. Fell in love with a small venue that couldn’t host your full guest count? Check out if they are available for your rehearsal dinner. There are tons of different options when it comes to venues.

What to Eat

This is probably our favorite part of the rehearsal dinner planning process. What could be better than the food aspect of your dinner? It’s the main event! If you opt for a rehearsal dinner hosted at a restaurant, you’re all set. Just make sure you talk with the venue about the menu. Will it be a fixed menu or will you have your guests order off of the regular menu on your dime. Either way is totally fine! If it’s fixed, we suggest asking them if they can do some of your faves. It is kicking off your weekend, after all! Usually places are super accommodating.

Don’t Forget…

  • … to plan this event! Don’t leave it until the last minute.
  • … to send out invites. People won’t know to just show up to this even if they’re part of the rehearsal.
  • … to use this as a way to thank those closest to your for all of the support they have given you not only throughout the planning process but throughout your lives!
  • … to plan a few words. The couple typically kicks off the rehearsal dinner by saying a few words. Like we said above, thank everyone there and make any last minute announcements about the wedding day!
  • … to bring any bridesmaids and groomsmen gifts that you don’t want to dole out on the wedding day.

Bohemian Beach Wedding

This gorgeous wedding inspiration shot by Ivanka Ivanova, effortlessly combines free-spirited bohemian style, a fantastic beach setting, and sophisticated and chic design details. With the acceptance of the bride’s proposal, this dream of an intimate elopement on the beautiful beaches of Florida came to life.

With the venue selected, we focused on another big priority: the decoration and the color palette. When gathering inspiration, we used the colors green, washed grey and a pure whites , which were applied throughout the entire planning process. Different colors of greens, wooden details as well as the palm leaves we collected from the beach gave the perfect touch to this beachy elopement.”

Little by little, inspiration blossomed and each detail became a masterpiece. The planning started to resemble this ultimate beach wedding that every girl has ever dreamed of!


Just got engaged? here is what to do next …

… And some things that can wait.

According to a recent WeddingWire survey, 40 percent of engagements happen between Christmas and Valentine’s Day, with Christmas Day being the most popular day to pop the question. So chances are, if you’re reading this, you’ve just gotten engaged (congrats!) and are probably just starting to transition from “Oh my God, I’m getting married!!!!” to “Oh. my. God. I have so much to do.” Wedding planning is stressful, especially in the very beginning, when your to-do list is miles long. How does anyone know where to begin? Don’t worry, Perfect Event Agency has your back! Here, take a look at our short list of things to do as soon as you get engaged, with a chaser of the stuff that can wait.

But first? Deep breath. You’ve got this. Hey! You’ve been dreaming about this moment since you were 5!!!

5 Things To Do Now

1. Insure your ring.

Get an appraisal—most jewelers do this—and add it to your renters or homeowners policy (it’s called a “rider”) or set up separate coverage. Better safe than sorry.

2. Start dreaming (or Pinterest-ing).

Sit down with your partner and envision what sort of wedding you want to have. Outdoor? Ballroom? Rustic? A laid-back party or a black-tie affair? This will help guide your future planning.

We May we suggest a few of our favorite styles! We Love Rustic/Bohemian feel at the Wedding! We do many Beach/Garden Ceremonies! You should consider of planning a beautiful Beach Ceremony on a budget!

3. Set a budget.

The most important part of budgeting your wedding is to set your priorities. Even before you start collecting estimates, talk with your partner about the things that are most important to you and put together a ranked list. There will be a wide range of options available to you in every category, so it helps if you decide ahead of time where you want to allocate funds to choose the top of the line option. Have you always dreamed of having a magazine worthy collection of photos of your big day? You’ll want to make photography a budget priority. Are you determined to throw the party of the century with your friends rocking out until the last call? Prioritize hiring a band that will make your guests pass the hat (twice!) to buy more time at the venue – this actually happened at a particularly legendary wedding in one of our blog team member’s family!

4. Start a (very rough) guest list.

Start out with the big picture instead of trying to list individual names. Do you or your partner have a big family or a tight network of friends? How do the two of you feel about including kids? Where will you draw the “plus one” line? Thinking about these questions will give you an idea of how many people will be on your final guest list, which can help give you a starting point in determining your venue—and also your budget. And don’t forget to be creative on guest registration! Ask our planners about how to make your wedding stand out!

5. Choose a wedding season.

While most of the world prefer to celebrate Weddings Summertime – June and September are generally hugely popular wedding months. We in Florida get busy Fall/Winter time! Hurricane Season is over, the sun does not burn every inch of your body and Vendors are ready to bet back on business! Keep in mind that locations and some wedding pros book up to a year in advance, especially for popular wedding dates. Our expert wedding team can help you navigate this one, we’ve hosted amazing weddings in every season!

… And 5 Things That Can Wait

1. Your wedding dress.

Have fun shopping around and browsing styles online. You don’t have to settle on a dress until six to eight months out.

2. Your seating chart.

Do this once all wedding RSVPs are in.

3. Your bridesmaid dresses.

Settle on these once you’ve chosen your dress. You’ll want to give your ’maids enough time to order and alter them, but have your color scheme and overall theme in place first so the dresses are a good complement.

4. Your wedding flowers.

While you’ll want to book your florist early, choosing your exact flowers isn’t something that needs to be done right away. Instead, let your wedding ideas and inspiration evolve and sit down with your florist closer to your big day to decide between dahlias and delphinium.

5. Your paperwork.

Changing your name? Combining bank accounts? Do this after the wedding. For now, focus on the fun stuff (like showing off your new sparkler).



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