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Sunday, May 30, 2010

Planning a Summer of Love. . .

Imagine a sunset wedding in the Arizona desert! What could be more beautiful?

We are so fortunate in the Greater Phoenix area to have two wedding seasons. March, April and May and again in October, November and December seem to be the busier wedding months for me. The weather is terrific! These months are the most requested months for weddings and usually the wedding venues will charge a little more.

If you are on a strict budget and want the best the Phoenix area has to offer, scheduling your wedding in our “off-season” months may get you a better deal.

Many of the area’s finest resorts and reception facilities have greater availability from June through August plus some offer some pretty fabulous summer prices. Some will waive the site rental fee if you are scheduling your reception with them. Ask about their specials.

Saturdays and Fridays are the most popular days for weddings but you may also save money by booking a Sunday wedding.

Yep, the weather is hotter in the Valley of the Sun, but the rates are pretty cool June through August. Not much can be done about the weather, but you can prepare for it. Flowers and guests begin to wilt at outdoor weddings when the temperature exceeds 90 degrees.

June Average high: 102°F; average low: 75°F
July Average high: 104°F; average low: 81°F
August Average high: 102°F; average low: 80°F

Remember to give elderly guests a shady place to rest and a chance to cool down before and after the wedding. Keep sunscreen handy for your guests.

You don’t have to have an outdoor wedding. It will be more comfortable for your guests if the ceremony is indoors. Use your creativity and design skills to make an indoor space suit the season. Hang summer lanterns or create a summer flower-strewn indoor aisle.

Avoid wilting blooms in the bouquets and boutonnieres by asking your florist to steer you toward hardier blooms, like orchids and lilies. Even a bride’s bouquet of succulents can be different. Center pieces can be some easy to care for succulents and other desert cacti.

Here’s a cool idea: plan with the photographer to take some of your wedding photos indoors.

Find some shade or make your own by renting a tent. Big rental companies rent authentic portable evaporative coolers. Spend the extra few dollars to provide this source of quiet cool air when the dew point is low enough. Fans make too much noise and just move the hot air around.

You usually cannot beat the heat totally, however planning your wedding later in the evening can help. One summer wedding began the ceremony at 8:45 p.m., long after the sun went down. Be sure to provide adequate lighting for the minister and guests. I brought a tiny book-reading light and attached it to my notes.

Scatter decorative tubs filled with bottles of water near the ceremony site. Have plenty of water on hand to keep guests, caterers, DJs, your minister, wedding photojournalists and other wedding vendors hydrated throughout the event.

Many modern brides who are opting for shorter skirts instead of long wedding dresses. If you can’t resist the heavy traditional ball gown, wear it during the ceremony and then change into an elegant sheath for dancing. Have the groom and his groomsmen wear breezy, lightweight attire.

tamarablendI no longer recommend the “Unity Candle” ceremony in the Arizona sun. As an alternative do the “Blending of the Sands” ceremony. It has a similar symbolism.

To avoid a last-minute wedding day surprise, do your best to visit your wedding venue in the month of your wedding. Visiting sunny Arizona in October for a July wedding is not a good idea.

One of the most important things in planning a wedding is to do your best to stay within a budget. Be prepare to move a little of the money around if you find what you want and they cost a little more. Stay flexible.

Another tip is to not wait until the last minute to book the wedding venue and especially the minister. I frequently book ceremonies 9 months to a year and a half in advance. To check availability, click here.

Bonus Article: Read, “Getting Married in Arizona? Here’s the Latest Scoop!

Copyright © 2010 – Larry James. This idea is adapted from Larry’s Wedding Website. Larry James is a non-denominational minister and performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Every wedding ceremony is customized to your complete satisfaction. Call to check availability: 480-998-9411 or 800-725-9223. You will find more than 445 pages of Wedding ideas, tips (95 tips and growing), ceremonies, and more at: http://www.celebrateintimateweddings.com. Check Larry’s availability.

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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

A Little Shameless Self-Promotion!

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Larry James performs the most “romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Each ceremony is custom designed to your complete satisfaction. Non-denominational. Voted “Best Officiant” by the Wedding Chronicle’s Reader’s Poll for 2007, 2008 & 2009. Serving all of Arizona and Rocky Point (Puerto Peñasco), Mexico. Check Larry’s availability.

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Copyright © 2010 – Larry James. This idea is adapted from Larry’s Wedding Website. Larry James is a non-denominational minister and performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Every wedding ceremony is customized to your complete satisfaction. Call to check availability: 480-998-9411 or 800-725-9223. You will find more than 445 pages of Wedding ideas, tips (95 tips and growing), ceremonies, and more at: http://www.celebrateintimateweddings.com. Check Larry’s availability.

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Saturday, May 22, 2010

Honeymoon Tips

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Be sure to notify your financial institutions of when you will be traveling out of the country on your honeymoon. This could save you the embarrassment of having your credit card rejected because the bank suspects someone else may be using your card.

Also remember to leave your hotel accommodation details (room and phone number) and itinerary with your family so they can contact you in an emergency. Don’t skimp on your accommodations.
Maybe on other trips, but not your honeymoon. Remember to mention that you are on your honeymoon. You may receive some unexpected surprises from the hotel.

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Be sure your passport is up-to-date. So that you don’t get rushed, if you are legally changing your name, wait until you return from your honeymoon to request the change. When you purchase your marriage license, purchase a “certified” copy of the license. The passport people (State Department) and Social Security will need a certified copy when requesting a name change. Most state Department of Motor Vehicles (DVDs) require a certified copy of your marriage license to change your name. For more info on passports, click here. For a “name change” check list, click here.

Your married life commences with a honeymoon. It is the foundation stone of a happy married life, it is time when a couple spends quality time together far from the madding crowd.

Don’t plan to leave on your honeymoon immediately. The honeymoon is an intimate time for strengthening your bond and relaxing after the exhilaration of the actual wedding. The wedding and reception may cause extreme exhaustion. Take a day or so after the wedding to spend time with family and guests who have traveled from other parts of the country. Have lunch with family and friends the day after is a great way to reminisce and unwind.

Plan and pack for your honeymoon far in advance and remember you’ll need a few days of relaxation before your bodies and minds are ready to take on an action packed adventure as man and wife. Both of you should be involved in the planning. Confirm all your travel plans several weeks before the honeymoon to avoid any unexpected changes. If inoculations are required, get them well before the wedding.

heartsuntanlotion1Don’t take your cell phone on your honeymoon. Cut off communications. Give it it’s own vacation. While your cell is recharging its batteries, you can do the same. Don’t take your laptop. No e-mail.

Do take a digital camera with you to document your fun times together. Depending upon which country you visit, carry your charger and extra batteries. You may want to invest in a plug adapter and a voltage converter. Your travel agent can advise you.

A honeymoon literally means going away, symbolically and physically, from everybody you know to a place where no one knows you and where you can stay together and know more about each other and establish long lasting bond.

This is a very special get-away for only the two of you. Relax, unwind and enjoy.

. . . And finally, just so you will know: The origin of the word “honeymoon” is based upon the practice of the new couple drinking mead (a honey-based drink) during the first month – and therefore “moon” – of marriage. The drink supposedly enhanced virility and fertility. Hence, the first month of marriage became a honeymoon. So you see this occasion also has a scientific and traditional reason which everyone tries one’s best to observe with a lot of pleasure.

For an extensive “Honeymoon Checklist,” click here.

Copyright © 2010 – Larry James. This idea is adapted from Larry’s Wedding Website. Larry James is a non-denominational minister and performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Every wedding ceremony is customized to your complete satisfaction. Call to check availability: 480-998-9411 or 800-725-9223. You will find more than 445 pages of Wedding ideas, tips (95 tips and growing), ceremonies, and more at: http://www.celebrateintimateweddings.com. Check Larry’s availability.

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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Wedding Consultants Love Larry James too!

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wendyrobinsonLoveNote. . . “Larry James has been a DREAM to work with! One of my very first weddings under the Sacred Moment Weddings name was one I did with him more than 4 years ago! I also did a wedding with Larry last May (2009) and I can’t WAIT to do another one with him! Why? Because he is such a calming spirit! Couples can’t help but relax around him. He’s funny, witty, accomodating and most of all a true professional! Trust me… you won’t be disappointed!” – Wendy Robinson, Wedding Consultant, Sacred Moment Weddings and Events

Copyright © 2010 – Larry James. Larry James is a non-denominational minister and performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Every wedding ceremony is customized to your complete satisfaction. Call to check availability: 480-998-9411 or 800-725-9223. You will find more than 445 pages of Wedding ideas, tips (95 tips and growing), ceremonies, and more at: http://www.celebrateintimateweddings.com. Check Larry’s availability.

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Friday, May 14, 2010

M&M® Candies as Wedding Favors

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Here’s a novel idea! . . . AND one to please your wedding guests!

Everyone is looking for a way to make their wedding reception unique and personal. The people at M&M’s are going above and beyond to help you out.

photom&mYou may have seen the personalized wedding M&M’s with the bride and grooms names and wedding date on them; but, their pictures? You can have two different picture/word combos in your order. Not only that, there are 25 colors to choose from so you should be able to get close to your wedding colors. You also have the option to get a blend of colors.

m&mbagPut your own photo or special message on M&Ms® and offer them as wedding favors at your reception. M&M’S® Chocolate Candies deliver fun and a smile!

You can create personalized wedding favors by printing your own words on the candy. You also have the ability to print your favorite photo on them. How cool is that!? Tell your one-of-a-kind love story with Personalized M&M’s®. Write a surprising announcement for the big day. Personalized wedding favors that are tasty and guaranteed not to collect dust in someone’s curio!

Have your caterer create a work of M&Ms art. How about a special M&M candy wedding cake? They can use M&Ms in a unique manner that gives the cake a pixelated look in addition to a candy-coated shell.

You can now easily match the color of your M&M’s to your own wedding color palette! Trendy colors like Aqua and Teal and classic wedding colors such as White and Pink are available in 7 oz bags! Great wedding favors for your guests!

To find out how to order, click here!

Read, “Goody Bags for “Out-of-Town” Wedding Guests.”

Copyright © 2010 – Larry James. This idea is adapted from Larry’s Wedding Website. Larry James is a non-denominational minister and performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Every wedding ceremony is customized to your complete satisfaction. Call to check availability: 480-998-9411 or 800-725-9223. You will find more than 445 pages of Wedding ideas, tips (95 tips and growing), ceremonies, and more at: http://www.celebrateintimateweddings.com. Check Larry’s availability.

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Monday, May 10, 2010

The Bride and Groom’s “Reveal Moment”

Here’s a great idea. Take nearly all your photos “before” the wedding. It’s called the “reveal moment.” Some call it, “first look.”

Traditionally the bride and groom do not see each other before the wedding. This tradition often causes problems. It originated in arranged marriages where bride and grooms had never met each other, let alone seen each other before the wedding. It was considered bad luck if either party saw each other.

reveal1More and more, brides and grooms are tossing aside the “no see before the wedding” idea in favor of a special moment where the bride and groom first meet before the wedding with the photographer.

Most couples do a “reveal moment” well before the ceremony. This gives them an opportunity to greet each other in a more secluded area away from the guests. A couple may choose to do this if they would like to do formal and family pictures before the ceremony rather than after, giving the couple more time with their guests following the ceremony. They may also choose to do this to relieve a little of the pressure of the wedding day.

reveal2The photographer will set it up. They will pick a special place for this photo opportunity. The groom with his back turned will be waiting. The bride walks within a few yards of him. The groom then turns around for the “reveal moment” as the photographer snaps away. The two of you will see each other for the first time all dressed up on their wedding day.

Having a reveal moment is the perfect way to freeze a moment in time when you get that first look at each other. Its a memory you will cling to when you remember your wedding day.

This gives the couple a chance to have some intimate time alone together on their wedding day. The rest of the day is filled with craziness, a little chaos, and mobs of family and friends rushing them at all times.

One bride said, “We only took photos after our ceremony because my husband insisted that he not see me until I walked down the aisle. After the wedding, he felt differently. We built in a time buffer between the ceremony and cocktail hour, however, we still spent a significant portion of our cocktail hour taking photos. If we could do it again, we would definitely take most of the photos prior to the ceremony.”

reveal3Doing the photos ahead of time is when the bride and groom are the freshest, look their best, and it gives them the option to go straight from the ceremony to the cocktail hour to mingle with their guests, then the reception and not leave their guests waiting for an hour or more while they take photos after the ceremony.

A private, romantic meeting – before photos with the wedding party – creates the first of two exciting “reveals”. It is an opportunity for the couple to exchange wedding gifts alone if they want to. It may be the only time they have together the entire day. The second heart-pounding “reveal” moment is walking down the aisle. It will always be a memorable moment for both of you even if they’ve seen each other earlier.

I had a wedding where the bride and groom kept their guests waiting for about an hour and 45 minutes while their photos were taken after the ceremony. Several guests left before the reception. I can imagine the shock when they finally received the cocktail hour bill. It’s thoughtless and rude to keep your guests waiting that long.

Taking photos and having a special “reveal moment” for the two of you before the wedding seems to make all photos go more smoothly and allows everyone to be a little more relaxed.

BONUS Article: Seven Reasons to See the Bride Before the Wedding
75 Reasons to Have a First Look

NOTE: Congratulations to: Katie Waldman and Evan Holdsworth – Married @ 6:30 p.m., Saturday, May 1, 2010 – Camelback Inn, Paradise Valley, AZ. There is great example of a “Reveal Moment” about 5 minutes into this video.

Larry’s Note: Photos by Marcia Mauskopf, Marcia The Art of Photography, Phoenix, AZ. These photos were taken at The Boojum Tree Hidden Gardens, Phoenix. Hold your mouse over the photos to see what’s going on.

Larry’s Note #2: Old traditions are hard to break, but bridal couples must be mindful that just because something has been around for a long time, doesn’t mean that fashioning new rituals isn’t perfectly acceptable and perhaps even preferable.

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Above photo by: Marnee Marriott, Marriot Photography, Scottsdale, AZ.

Another great “reveal moment.” Click here!

Copyright © 2010 – Larry James. This idea is adapted from Larry’s Wedding Website. Larry James is a non-denominational minister and performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Every wedding ceremony is customized to your complete satisfaction. Call to check availability: 480-998-9411 or 800-725-9223. You will find more than 445 pages of Wedding ideas, tips (95 tips and growing), ceremonies, and more at: http://www.celebrateintimateweddings.com. Check Larry’s availability.

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Thursday, May 6, 2010

The Pros and Cons of Destination Weddings

Sandra and Harry Choron, Guest Authors (From the book, “Planet Wedding: A Nuptialpedia)

planetweddingTo pull of a destination wedding, you need to keep everyone informed of your plans. In choosing a destination, check out the list that follows and surf the Internet for the zillions of other possibilities.

Do remember that low prices are best had during low season, and if it’s low season, there is a reason. Check out long-term weather patterns before you commit. Here are some reasons to do it and some reasons not to.

Pros and Cons:

You will save money. . . but you won’t get as many gifts.
You’ll have an instant honeymoon. . . without any privacy whatsoever.
Someone else will handle most of the details. . . and you will have to give up control.
You can still have a party later for friends who could not attend. . . chances are there will be hurt feeling somewhere.

Larry’s Notes about Arizona Weather: Unlike parts of the United States in the Midwest and East, Arizona has two wedding seasons. When everyone there is having June weddings, I usually take some time off in June or July because most of my weddings are outdoors and those months are when things begin to heat up here. The busiest months for weddings in Arizona are March, April and May and October, November and December.

Arizona’s low season is June, July & August because of the heat. That’s when most wedding are indoors. Keep hydrated. Drink lots of water. Everyone knows water helps keep you cool. Give guests ice-cold bottles of water as they are seated.

Probably the most confusing and often debated weather event in Arizona is our so called “monsoon”. During the wet monsoon (July, August and September) we get 32% of our normal yearly rainfall. Average monsoon rainfall (July, Aug. and Sept.) is 2.45 inches.

Arizona winters (December & January) may require heating for an outdoor evening wedding and cooling is a must if your wedding day falls in the heat of summer (June, July & August). Yes, those months are the hottest, but fortunately it really is also a dry heat. The humidity is usually very low.

Here’s the breakdown. On Average:

• July is the warmest month.
• December is the coolest month.
• March is the wettest month.
• June is the driest month.
• June has the most clear days.
• December has the most cloudy days.

Copyright © 2010 – Sandra and Harry Choron & Larry James. This idea is adapted from the book, “Planet Wedding: A Nuptialpedia” & Larry’s Wedding BLOG.

Larry James is a non-denominational minister and performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Every wedding ceremony is customized to your complete satisfaction. Call to check availability: 480-998-9411 or 800-725-9223. You will find more than 445 pages of Wedding ideas, tips (95 tips and growing), ceremonies, and more at: http://www.celebrateintimateweddings.com. Check Larry’s availability.

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Sunday, May 2, 2010

Wedding Consultants Love Larry James too!

sayidoWe Get LoveNotes. . . “Larry James is a relationships expert, writer and wedding minister extraordinaire! We should dub him music and art director as well, as he composes and conducts wedding ceremonies as beautiful symphonies, filled with harmony and love. With wisdom and insight he weaves together elements of relationships, forming them into exquisite works of art. It is said that he performs the most romantic wedding ceremonies… and I believe it to be true.” – Louise Hile, Professional Bridal Consultant, Say I Do Weddings, LLC

Larry’s Note: Working with Louise Hile was a real treat. Wedding consultants are always on top of the all of the details that many brides and grooms might miss. Their “timelines” insure that the day goes smoothly and that the stress level of the bride is minimal. I love Wedding Consultants too! 😉

Bonus Articles: Read, “Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Wedding Planner” by Melissa Jill, Photographer and “The Myth of ‘Day of’ Wedding Planning” by Jenne Hohn, Wedding Consultant.

Copyright © 2010 – Larry James. This idea is adapted from Larry’s Wedding Website. Larry James is a non-denominational minister and performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Every wedding ceremony is customized to your complete satisfaction. Call to check availability: 480-998-9411 or 800-725-9223. You will find more than 445 pages of Wedding ideas, tips (95 tips and growing), ceremonies, and more at: http://www.celebrateintimateweddings.com. Check Larry’s availability.

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