September, 2010

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Stacy K's designs have been described as unique, modern and very stylish. While she is invested in working with every couple to create the arrangements that best fit their wedding, she tends towards the nontraditional. She says that designing the floral arrangements for her own wedding was a liberating experience because there were no limits to her creativity. Her vision is driven by a deep love of floral designs and she describes her business growth as organic.


The Pink Orange, a favorite for local and destination brides seeking unique, customized invitations and stationery, has moved to a beautiful new studio in Ballston Spa! An Open House will be held on Friday, October 1st in which all are welcome to come and check out the new space, mingle over sweets and spirits, or just stop by to say hi!

To learn more about The Pink Orange, and for details on the event, visit


Attention brides and wedding professionals! WellWed and Vermont Vows are currently seeking photo submissions to be considered for editorial publication in our Spring/Summer 2011 issue!

Whether you're a newlywed eager to inspire brides-to-be with your fabulous nuptials, a photographer with a wedding we won't be able to resist, or a wedding professional who would like to showcase your work, we'd love to see your photos!


For the lucky few, love at first sight is more than a myth, it’s a reality. Tami Moat and PJ Wilmot knew they had encountered something exciting after catching glimpses of each other at a pub where Tami worked during college. PJ came in one night with some friends, tired from playing golf at a nearby country club and not expecting to meet the love of his life. “We hit it off instantly, and upon his return a week later we began dating,” says Tami. Turns out love at first sight runs in families; PJ’s parents had met years earlier in a bar right down the street.


Incorporating your rings into different elements of your wedding décor can make for memorable photos that will nicely complement other images from your celebration. Be creative for the best results - keep favors, props, and décor in mind and be sure to mention it to your photographer. Oftentimes, the images are an easy way to tie a favorite family heirloom, prop, or even candy, to your wedding day.

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New York brides, take note! The region has a fabulous assortment of resources for unique local products. A perfect choice for welcome baskets for your out-of-town guests, these products add an instant dash of local flair to any wedding celebration. Here are a few of this week's favorites!


Now, this is something we can cheers to! Heron Hill Winery, one of New York's favorite wedding reception sites, has teamed up with Seneca White Deer Inc. in order to raise preservation awareness and protect a special herd of White Deer currently occupying at the former Seneca Army Depot located on the eastern side of Seneca Lake!


Whimsical details, like these oversized balloons, are an easy way to make a photo memorable and unique. Fun, bold, and colorful, special shots like this one are the perfect way to capture the joy of your wedding day forever.

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It's Friday and WellWed and Vermont Vows would like to invite our readers and brides-to-be to kick off their shoes and relax!

The New York Wedding Boutique is the brainchild of so many fabulous Capitol Region Wedding professionals, but namely Luke Walker and J.P. Elario. Formed by a collection of the most highly respected and sought after wedding professionals on the East Coast, the boutique aims to provide local and destination brides with only the best, most quality resources and tips to brides looking to make their day the absolute best it can be. From information to inspiration, The New York Wedding Boutique is a resource that is not to be overlooked by brides in New York's Capital District and beyond.