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Style Me Pretty Destination Welcomes Our Advertisers!

As you head off into your weekend we just had to introduce you to our newest SMP Destination advertiser – Blue Petyl Bouquets.  This totally unique and awesome company brings a whole new level of gorgeous to your wedding bouquet.  Their creations are show-stopping beauties and keepsakes that you’ll be able to cherish forever!  Make sure you spend some time on their website and check out their giveaway below!

About Blue Petyl Bouquets… Blue Petyl began with a concept to create high-quality, couture wedding bouquets, as a compelling alternative to perishable flowers.  Our bridal bouquets feature jewelry, brooches, buttons, silk flowers and other handmade details.  Each bouquet we create is a unique work, can be personalized for your wedding in your colors, and can be cherished and displayed for as long as your memories.

And don’t forget to leave a comment below with the name of your favorite bridal bouquet and you’ll be automatically entered to win a stunning hydrangea brooch bouquet. Winner will be selected at random by May 10th.

Welcome to the family, Blue Petyl Bouquets! We are thrilled to have you!

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Bahamas Wedding by Stop Motion Productions

If your Monday morning is feeling a bit dull, this beauty of a wedding in the Bahamas by Stop Motion Productions will be sure to brighten it up a bit. A beautiful blending of cultures and styles with fabulous pops of coral and turquoise, the DIY bride made sure every details was covered. And how fun is their Moroccan style low table reception? It’s all sure to brighten up your morning, and you can head on over to the full gallery of images for even more!

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From the Bride…Scott and I got married in the balmy Bahamas on June 25th and I’d like to share with you some of the snapshots of our special day. Having grown up in completely different parts of the world, we had a hard time picking a place for the wedding. Should it be in Pittsburgh where he is from, or Singapore where I grew up? We ended up picking the island of Nassau because if there’s one thing we had in common, it was that our families and friends loved to have a good time.

We had a Hindu ceremony on the beach with the color scheme of turquoise, cream and silver. Being a DIY Bride, as well as a bit of a control freak, I spent many hours on the little touches. I used blue wine bottle labels to adorn the cover page of our ceremony programs. I then scanned those in and use the graphic to make smaller tags on a number of things including the buri fans we handed out to our guests. I had help from the hotel (Sheraton Nassau) and my family to make the garlands, and the traditional cloth that was used to adorn my walk down the aisle with my brothers. Overall, it was a small traditional wedding but it was just the way we imagined it to be – with smiles all around.

For the reception, our color scheme was coral and cream with gold accents. This color scheme played out in our selection of bridal party garments as well as decor. As you will see, we went with a Moroccan style low table setting, but played out the same colors. I made butterfly place cards (on the glasses) – I had seen them on Etsy but did not have any budget left to order them so I made them on my own. We had our cake topper made by mudcards on Etsy, and she did a terrific job bringing our hobbies to life through them – Scott is a musician outside of his job, and I am a photography nut in my spare time.

Wedding Photography: Dominic + Ronnie of Stop Motion Productions / Location: Sheraton Nassau / Event Design: Wildflowers / Cake Topper: Mudcards / Wedding Planner: Weddings Romantique / Priest: Vimal Rawal

Bahamas Wedding by Lyndah Wells Photography + Chic Weddings Bahamas

Say hello to a whole lot of gorgeous and goodbye to those mid-week blues, SMPers, because this charming Bahamas affair by Lyndah Wells Photography is just the pick me up we needed (and more) this lovely Wednesday morning.  All planned by Marva Munroe, this sophisticated meets beach chic soiree is boasting a vibrant red color palette, fabulous stylings by Chic Weddings Bahamas and one insanely gorgeous hair piece (swoon).  There isn’t a single detail that I don’t absolutely adore, so I’ll be in the gallery soaking in all of the pretty.  Join me there for even more!

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From Lyndah Wells Photography Michelle & Roy wanted a destination wedding far from their native New Jersey residence. They chose Island of Grand Bahama, in The Bahamas for their destination wedding and flew down with 70 guests. Their wedding date, February 19th 2011, fell just after Valentine’s day which made it perfect to carry along the theme of love. 50 red roses filled the bridal bouquet whilst rose petals dotted the aisle & seat ends of the beach ceremony & reception venue.

On a perfectly sun-filled day, a barefoot Michelle said “I do” to Roy on the pristine white sands of Spanish Main beach and while the guests returned to the reception venue on a ferry, they couple travelled back in style in a limousine. After the first dance, the speeches and dinner, all the guest were thrilled with an amazingly vibrant performance from a local Junkanoo group. Playing drums, horns & dancing. They experienced a TRUE TRUE Bahamian tradition!

Wedding Photography: Lyndah Wells Photography / Flowers: Native Flower / Event Design: Chic Weddings Bahamas / Event Planning: Marva Munroe / Wedding Ceremony Location: Spanish Main Beach / Wedding Reception Location: Pelican Bay Hotel / Wedding Clutch: The Bride’s Grandmother’s / Wedding Jewelry: Nadri / Groom’s Shoes: Sperry / Wedding Dress + Veil: Priscilla Of Boston / Bridesmaid Dresses: Priscilla Of Boston / Groom’s Suit: J.Crew / Groom’s Accessories: Salvatore Ferragamo / Wedding Rings: Custom Made