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South Florida Wedding Vendor Spotlight: Elegance by Michalea

South Florida Wedding Planner - Elegance by Michalea

South Florida Wedding Planner - Elegance by Michalea

South Florida - It's my pleasure to feature South Florida wedding planner Michalea, owner and head dreammaker at Elegance by Michalea, An amazing wedding planner with a gift for design (see the absolutely gorgeous floral centerpiece below), Michalea who will go above and beyond to make your dreams a reality.  Today, Michalea reveals what most couples forget to include in their wedding day timeline, the difference between a full planner and day-of coordinator (and how to know which one is right for you), and why it's so important to go with your heart.     

1. For those who don't know, what's the difference between day-of coordination and full planning?  How do you decide which one is right for you? 

Full Planning is for the bride who has a busy life/ work schedule.  A fill planner can be hired  as soon as the couple gets engaged, set a date and budget. They would like for you to help with everything such as creating a wedding timeline and budget and sticking to it. Planners also help with finding a caterer, baker, florist, photographer, venue, invitations, decor and proper etiquette.

A Day of Coordinator is not the person to call from the beginning. Day of Coordinators meet with the couple at least 2 month prior to the wedding to go over all the detail, like the venue and the vendors, create and wedding day time line, meet and give final payments to the vendors. 

Depending on the brides budget and how much she wants to be involved in the planning process will determine which one she needs. If the bride doesn't have a lot of time, then she should choose go with a Full Planner. If you don't have a big budget and want to be fully involved with planning and doing most of everything yourself, a Day of Coordinator if what you need. I recommend that every bride should at least have a Day of Coordinator.

2. What do most couples forget to include in their Wedding Day Timeline or Itinerary?  Also, you mention that you also have an emergency kit.  What's included in that?

I would have to say that with with wedding I have done, the couple forgot to include a time for pictures on the Timeline and Itinerary. 

In my emergency kit I have, a sewing kit, which includes fashion tape, spot remover and chalk, hair styling tools, mascara, chapstick, first-aid kit, antacids, asprin, smelling salts, deodorant, wipes, feminine products, earring backs, lotion, lint brush, nail file and glue, clear nail polish, extra pair of panty hose, tissues, toothbrush, toothpaste, eye drops, mints, blow dryer, umbrella, snack, water, straws, tape, permanent markers, dress socks. just to name a few

3. What makes you different from other planners in the area? 

I'm sure every planner enjoys what they do as do I. I like to go above and beyond for my clients. If they ask for silver, I give them gold, if they ask for gold I give them platinum, they want platinum, it give them double platinum. I'm also a planner that can make centerpieces and decorate for any occasion.

Floral Centerpiece - Elegance by Michalea

Floral Centerpiece - Elegance by Michalea

I worked with another planner to make this floral arrangement. This was my first time ever doing a floral centerpiece. Being a planner/coordinator is not just about the money for me. It's about helping brides bring their dreams to life, seeing the smile on the bride and grooms faces.

4. What's the most memorable wedding you've ever planned? 

All of my wedding are memorable, The one that sticks out in my mind is when a bride wanted her father and step-father to walk her down the aisle Since there was not enough room for all 3 to walk down, we had to step-father walk the bride half way and the father take her to the alter. I was such a touching moment in a world where some parents and step parents don't get along.

5. What's your best advice for couples? 

The best advice I can give to couples is to go with what your taste and feeling are, and also include some extra money in their budget. There are new trends that come out every year in the wedding world. Just because someone says that coral will be the color for Spring 2016 doesn't mean its the color for you.Or the latest trend in wedding cakes are painted art with fondant . GO with your heart and what you can afford. I would advise couple to open and account just for wedding expenses. You don't now want to enter your marriage with a lot of debt. 

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South Florida Gold Coast Chamber Winds Spring Concert at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Boca Raton

Gold Coast Chamber Winds at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Boca Raton, Florida

South Florida - Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Boca Raton hosted the Gold Coast Chamber Wind's Spring Concert on April 17.    

Designed by Frank Molano, founder of Gold Coast Chamber Winds

The program included the following works:

  • G. Holst - March from Mooreside Suite
  • R. Strauss - Serenade for Winds op.7
  • J.S. Bach - Concerto for Harpsichord in A
  • G.F. Handel - Concerto for Harp in Bb
  • E. White - Puffin' Billy (Theme from Captain Kangaroo)
  • E. Humperdinck - Prelude to Hansel and Gretel
  • A. Ketelbey - In a Persian Market
  • B. Goodman - Sing Sing Sing
  • J. Dawei - Journey to the West
  • Toto - Africa

Frank Molano, founder and oboist, wrote this introduction for the eclectic concert:

Today - the GCCW plays for you our Spring Concert - A Musical Potpourri - and in this concert, we pay tribute to Aeolus, the god of the winds - a reminder that our forebears relied on winds for their sailing vessels - winds provided the means to travel to distant lands and travel allowed commerce with cultures different from their home - and as the adage goes - once the mind sees and experiences something new, it can never go back to its previous dimensions - Aeolus gave us winds - the proverbial winds of change - oftentimes capricious, frightening, and unpredictable winds take us to uncertain places we never knew nor never imagined - these are the winds of transformations - and for today’s concert, most of the music we play today - on modern wind instruments - are transcriptions - and transformations of the originals - they have allowed the originals to take on new dimensions and aspects - perhaps not initially available to the imagination at the time they were created - but they are possible today - and very often to charming and enlightening effect - but never allowing our imagination to revert to previous boundaries - always leading us to open new avenues of thought - and guiding us towards new transformational directions and possibilities ...
— Frank Molano, Founder and Oboist

Included on the program were arrangements that the group members had written specifically for the GCCW.  Pianist Robert Demmert arranged "Puffin' Billy" (theme from Captain Kangaroo, E. White), "Concerto in A Major," (J.S. Bach), and "Concerto in B-flat" (G.F. Handel).  I (flutist Vivien Li) arranged "In a Persian Market" (A. Ketelby) and "Journey to the West" (J. Dawei).      

Before coming to America, my parents and I lived with my grandparents. Every night after dinner, we’d watch Journey to the West [a very popular TV series], and I’d hear the theme song during the end credits. It’s one of the fondest memories of my childhood. My grandparents are no longer here, but every time I hear this song, it takes me back to that time and brings a smile to my face.
— Vivien Li

Conductor Ken Wilbanks arranged jazz standard "Sing, Sing, Sing" (Benny Goodman) and pop tune "Africa" (Toto.)  

Earlier this spring, I was in the emergency room. Doctors had thought that I wasn’t going to make it through the night. I had brought my computer with me, and all I could remember was one of our horn players wanted a piece that featured jazz horn, and another horn player loved the song ‘Africa.’ So, while my life was on the line, I worked on these two arrangements. The nurse attending to me had had some musical training, and he often asked me how my arrangements were coming along!
— Ken Wilbanks

After the concert, a delicious wine and cheese reception was held at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church.  Musicians and audience had the opportunity to socialize, while sampling delectable desserts provided by the oboe section - Frank made a savory blueberry tart, while Christina brought amazing, music-themed cupcakes.

The GCCW would like to thank Rev. Robert and the entire staff at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church for generously allowing the group to hold weekly rehearsals and performances in its beautiful sanctuary.   

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church - http://www.goodshepherdboca.org/index.shtml

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South Florida Wedding and Event Vendor Spotlight: Christina's Cupcakes

Photo credit: Christina's Cupcakes

Photo credit: Christina's Cupcakes

South Florida - It's my pleasure to feature Christina Daly, owner of Christina's Cupcakes.  Christina and I met over a decade ago, when we were music students at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton.  Life took us in different directions, but we had the amazing opportunity to reconnect last fall, through the Gold Coast Chamber Winds.  So when Christina started a business creating gourmet cupcakes, I knew I had to interview her.  

Serving "stunning and sumptuous cupcakes for birthday parties, receptions, and corporate events," Christina's Cupcakes combines top quality ingredients, excellent service, and a knack for creating smiles to produce an unforgettable event that's all about you.

Today, Christina talks about why she chose cupcakes, her rule of thumb for ordering, and the most memorable event she's ever done.

1. How did you choose cupcakes as your specialty?

I’ve always enjoyed baking in general, but what really got me interested in cupcakes was when there was a bake sale that I had participated in to raise money for the United Way Foundation. I had so much fun making several batches of cute little Halloween-themed cupcakes and they were such a hit, it was the catalyst for me to consider testing out more cupcakes for future events. Plus, I like the idea of portable servings!

2. Tell me about the different flavors you offer. I see that you have a lot of sugar-free, low-carb options?

Using top-quality ingredients I offer both the more traditional flavors such as:

  • Chocolate
  • Vanilla
  • Red Velvet
  • Cream Cheese
  • Mint Chip
  • Cookies & Cream 

I also offer non-traditional flavors such as: 

  • Fresh Margaritas
  • S’Mores
  • Champagne
  • Cannoli Cream
  • Pink Lemonade
  • Irish Cream
  • Salted Caramel
  • Egg Nog 

I have had great success creating fantastic low-carb cupcakes! They are diabetic-friendly by using Non-traditional flours such as Almond and Coconut flour and by using sugar free sweeteners such as Splenda, Swerve, and Stevia.

3. What types of events do you do, and what's been the most memorable?

No event is too small! I can do parties- Birthday, Halloween, Super Bowl, Christmas, etc. I can also do weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs and corporate events. The most memorable order I’ve done is one for a little girl’s cat-themed Birthday party- to see the children’s eyes light up with big smiles on their faces (especially the Birthday Girl’s!) when the cupcakes were unveiled was very gratifying.

4. What common mistakes do you see clients making?

I would say the first big mistake would be going into a consultation not having a general idea of what kind of cupcake(s) they want. There are so many factors that go into a cupcake order- cupcake size, cake flavor, frosting flavor, colors, decorations, serving stands, just to name a few. If you have a theme or flavor profiles in mind I can more easily guide you in choosing the perfect cupcake(s) for your occasion. Another mistake would be over-ordering. My rule of thumb would be one regular-sized cupcake or two mini cupcakes per invited guest. It usually works out to just enough cupcakes this way, as not all invited guests show up, and not all guests have dessert. If you know you are going to over-order, I suggest also purchasing cupcake to-go boxes for any leftovers.

5. What's your best advice for clients?

Have fun! This is all about you, and a great opportunity to inject a bit of your lifestyle and flair to the event. Bring any ideas, designs, colors, fabrics and even pictures of other cupcake designs you love with you to the consultation. This will go a long way in creating the perfect custom-made cupcake(s) for your special event.

Christina's Cupcakes - https://www.facebook.com/CupcakesDaly

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Making Tough Wedding Decisions Just Got Easier!

Cleveland area wedding planner

Cleveland area wedding planner

South Florida - One of my close friends, who lives in Palm Beach Gardens, got engaged a month ago.  Since then, she's been in wedding planning mode.  From choosing the best photographer for engagement photos to falling in love with the perfect wedding venue, there are just so many decisions involved in planning a wedding.

To make the process easier, I wanted to share a very helpful article written top Cleveland area wedding planner Lisa Paladin.  

Lisa reveals her favorite method of decision making, the one question you should always ask, and the secret of using The Lasagna Effect.   

The sooner you make that decision, the sooner you can get back to enjoying the rest life has to offer.
— Lisa Paladin, Event Plan-It
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How to Make Your South Florida Wedding Unforgettable for Your Guests

South Florida - How do you make your wedding unique and memorable?  Check out this wonderful article from TheKnot.com.  

My favorites are themed goodie bags, friends and family seating chart, and creative transportation.  In addition, make your guests feel special by letting them be a part of the planning:

Use your RSVP cards or wedding website to get guests’ input on a fun element of the wedding, like the music or the food. The classic is to ask for song request write-ins on the response card, but you can take it a step further and have the DJ only play guest requests for a half hour and do a shout-out to the guest or couple who submitted it. You could even have guests vote on your top tier flavor or signature cocktail. Everyone will love seeing details they helped choose at your wedding.
— TheKnot.com
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Pompano Beach Florida Wedding Officiant Ceremonies by Cindy

Pompano Beach, Florida - South Florida wedding officiant Cindy Serano is warm, sincere, and very kind.  Uniting South Florida couples in marriage for over three decades, Cindy is passionate about helping couples have a flawless wedding or commitment ceremony.  

I love what I do, and can’t imagine doing anything more meaningful.
— Cindy Serano, Ceremonies by Cindy

The Knot and WeddingWire - the nation's most prominent wedding websites - have awarded Ceremonies by Cindy the distinguished WeddingWire Couples' Choice Awards 2016 and the Knot Best of 2016.

Cindy is one of the sweetest people you'll ever meet.  She will make your wedding day absolutely unforgettable. 

Ceremonies by Cindy - www.ceremoniesbycindy.com 

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Deerfield Beach Florida Wedding of Roberto and Rachael

Deerfield Beach, Florida - Happy one-year wedding anniversary to Roberto and Rachael!  I can't believe it's already been a year since your beautiful ceremony on the Deerfield Beach Boardwalk.  We're thinking of you today and wishing you the very best, now and always!  

You can check out Roberto and Rachael's wedding here: http://www.musicforeveryoccasion.com/south-florida-wedding-musicians-blog/2015/8/26/deerfield-beach-florida-wedding-of-roberto-and-rachael

Congratulations, Roberto and Rachael! :)

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Tamarac Chamber of Commerce Breakfast at Colony West Golf Club

Tamarac, Florida - I enjoyed attending the Greater Tamarac Chamber of Tamarac monthly breakfast at Colony West Golf Club this morning.  

Peter Mason, executive director of the Tamarac Chamber, and Ilene Simmons, executive chair, talked about the first Tamarac Arts and Crafts Festival this past weekend.  Peter recognized many people who generously contributed of their time, talent, and resources to help make the festival a great success.

Ian Gerada shared the stats from the marketing and promotion campaigns, which were fantastic.

Nobody could believe it was Tamarac’s first Arts and Crafts Festival.
— Peter Mason, Executive Director, Greater Tamarac Chamber of Commerce

Rabbi Yankie Denberg of the Chabad of Southwest Coral Springs spoke about his recent trip to Israel.  

Guest speaker Luigi Pace of Waste Management discussed the "The Green Team" and recycling.  Luigi was here during Hurricane Andrew and Hurricane Wilma, and he reflected on the damage they caused and the preparations that we living in South Florida should make for hurricane season.

As always, the breakfast provided by Colony West was delicious and the service from the staff absolutely amazing.  

Greater Tamarac Chamber of Commerce - http://tamaracchamber.org/

Colony West Golf Club - http://www.colonywestgolfclub.com/

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How to Plan a Florida Wedding That's Totally You

South Florida - I've been thinking more and more about wedding planning lately.  More specifically, once you're engaged, what's the next step?  Do you start contacting wedding venues right away?  Do you look for the perfect wedding gown or start putting together your guest list?

If you're like me, you're not really sure where to start.  

All you know is that you want your wedding day to be a unique reflection of the two of you and your love story.  

So, before you make any wedding decisions, take a look at this helpful article from TheKnot.com:
7 Steps to Planning a Wedding That's Totally You

It will get you to start thinking of the big picture, every step of the incredible journey you've taken to get to the altar.  

Want more wedding planning ideas and inspiration?  E-mail me here: Vivien@MusicforEveryOccasion.com

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10 Things No One Tells You About Beach Weddings in South Florida

Tamarac, Florida - Beach weddings are romantic, with excellent opportunities for great photographs.  Destination weddings are very popular in Florida, and many couples dream of being married on the beach, with the sand between their toes.  

But chances are, if you're planning a beach wedding - especially from out of state - there are things that no one's told you.  

Sure, no wedding ever goes perfectly.  But knowing these 10 things no one tells you about beach weddings in Florida can help you avoid many common mistakes that couples make.

1. Sand is really difficult to walk on

At the last beach wedding I did, I ended up falling as I was walking over to chat with the other wedding vendors.  The good news is that if you do fall on sand, it won't hurt.  But, imagine yourself wearing a tuxedo or beautiful wedding gown.  Do you really want to take the risk of losing your balance and falling?  My advice is to avoid high heels or any formal shoes and just go barefoot!  Or if you'd like, you can wear sandals (and ask your guests to do the same.)  This also adds to the casual, fun, romantic atmosphere of a beach wedding.

2. Sand is hard to clean

So, think more casual clothes for the men, and shorter dresses for the women.  Any floor length wedding gown (not to mention one with a long train) will inevitably get sand in it and be a pain to clean.  

3. There's no shade on the beach

So, to avoid being drenched in sweat, the best months to get married on the beach in South Florida are November-February, and the best times of day are early morning and just before sunset.  Otherwise, it will be very hot, humid, and windy.  But if you are planning a wedding in spring, summer, or early fall. . .  

4. Prepare ice water for your guests

I once did a wedding on the Deerfield Beach Boardwalk where the couple had small bottles of ice water available for all their guests.  It was a very thoughtful gesture, especially because the wedding was at the end of June!  Each guest also had a small, decorative fan on his or her chair, which was a great idea.

5. Personalize your wedding with a beach theme

There are so many beautiful ways to personalize your beach wedding.  These ideas should get you started: http://www.musicforeveryoccasion.com/south-florida-wedding-musicians-blog/2015/9/11/wedding-arch-and-other-creative-ideas-for-your-beach-ceremony-in-palm-beach-ft-lauderdale-or-miami

6. There's a lot of wind and external noise on the beach

This means that everything's harder to hear.  For example, your officiant's words, the music, and especially your wedding vows.  If you're expecting fewer than 30-40 guests, a beach ceremony is perfect.  But if you think you might to invite more than 40 people, you should consider another venue.  

7. Live, acoustic music - especially wind or brass instruments - is perfect for a beach ceremony

Live music is much more effective at creating atmosphere than an iPod.  And because of the outdoor setting, where there's no electrical outlet to plug anything in, acoustic instruments will provide the sound that you want.  You'll notice that I didn't mention violin, cello, or guitar.  There may be a common misconception that string instruments are louder than wind instruments.  That simply isn't true.  Being a flute player myself, I can tell you that wind instruments (flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, and saxophone) are louder and their sound carries farther.  That means that even on a windy day at the beach, you and your guests will be able to hear the music clearly.  Brass instruments (trumpet, trombone, French horn, and tuba) are the loudest.  I recommend hiring a brass ensemble if you do expect to have a bigger wedding party, as the brass music will be easier for your guests to hear.  

8. Make sure that your hair isn't loose

This goes along with the wind factor.  I have long hair, so every time I'm at the beach, I try to always have something on hand to pull my hair back.  You need to make sure that you and your bridesmaids' hair isn't loose, or else you may end up with unflattering pictures.  Which brings me to my next point. . .

9. Getting good photographs can be tricky

Specifically, it can be quite challenging to get pictures with the perfect lighting where the wind isn't blowing in your face.  If photos are important to you, make sure you hire a professional wedding photographer who has experience in beach weddings.  They'll make sure that your photos are perfect.

10. Consider having your ceremony on the boardwalk

The Deerfield Beach Boardwalk is a popular place for weddings.  The boardwalk can accommodate more people.  It'll also be easier for your guests to access, especially those that have difficult walking.  Another benefit of having your ceremony on the boardwalk is that there is some shade, and the wind isn't as intrusive.

Want more tips on how to have the perfect South Florida beach wedding?  E-mail me here: vivien@musicforeveryoccasion.com

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Tamarac Florida Inaugural Arts and Crafts Festival

Tamarac, Florida - What an honor to be a part of the Inaugural Tamarac Arts and Crafts Festival!  Bringing together artists (painters, jewelry makers, sculptors, and others crafters), entertainers, and businesses from Tamarac, the inaugural two-day event was a success.  Presented by the Tamarac Chamber of Commerce (celebrating its 40th anniversary) and the City of Tamarac (which turns 52 this year), the Tamarac Arts and Crafts Festival experienced a terrific turnout.

With Ilene and Roger Simmons

With Ed, emcee and entertainer

 

Held outside next to the Tamarac Community Center on Commercial Boulevard and Pine Island Road, the festival featured seven food trucks, the Arty Van Gogh bus, and lots of fun for the whole family.

Our flute and clarinet duo performed light classical music and standards (like "La Vie en Rose") on the City Stage from 10:30-11 AM on April 3.  

Flute and Clarinet Duo, Music for Every Occasion, Tamarac Arts and Crafts Festival, Florida (Photo credit: Tamarac Arts and Crafts Festival)

Afterward, we had the opportunity to walk around and admire the wonderful talent and craftsmanship of all the artists.  

With Tamarac jewelry designer Terry

With Tamarac jewelry designer Bonnie

Thank you for organizing a terrific event to bring the entire community together, Peter Mason!  It was awesome to make history by being a part of the Inaugural Tamarac Arts and Crafts Festival.  Until 2017!

With Christine and Peter Mason, Executive Director of the Greater Tamarac Chamber of Commerce

Tamarac Arts and Crafts Festival - http://tamaracartsandcraftsfestival.org/

Tamarac Chamber of Commerce - http://tamaracchamber.org/

City of Tamarac - http://www.tamarac.org/

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Boca Raton Florida Addison Five-Star Diamond Award Ceremony and Celebration

Boca Raton, Florida - On June 25, 2013, we were part of a very special event at The Addison in Boca Raton.  

The Addison became the first-ever special event and catering venue in South Florida to receive the prestigious Five Star Diamond Award.
— TheAddisonofBocaRaton.com

Benny Ofer of Daniel Events transformed the historical Boca Raton venue into a magical garden evoking Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.

I just came across an article featuring the celebration, including a nice mention about our involvement:  

Recent Florida Atlantic University alum Vivien Li contributed by providing a woodwind trio from her newly established company, Music for Every Occasion, as dinner music.
— TheAddisonofBocaRaton.com

It was an absolute honor to be a part of this special celebration!  You can read more about it here: http://theaddisonofbocaraton.com/signature-events/

Want more ideas about how to make your special event unforgettable?  E-mail me: vivien@musicforeveryoccasion.com

The Addison - http://theaddisonofbocaraton.com/the-addison-overview/

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