The Celebration Society Magazine  –  Cover + Feature

Francesca and Ahmed met at Ahmed’s family’s beach house in Long Beach Island, NJ in 2011, danced the night away at a local dive bar and have been inseparable ever since. After a quiet, romantic proposal at home, they began planning a destination wedding, bringing the next step in their relationship to another beach further down the coast. The couple fell in love with the Gulf Coast location of The Ritz-Carlton Naples and all it had to offer.

So, on a beautiful spring day, they were wed. Ahmed and his groomsmen added a touch of…

Destination I Do Magazine

A dreamy Palm Beach destination wedding was the clear choice for Tera and Nick. The couple met in the sixth grade and Tera spent countless family vacations on the island. “Nick also fell in love with the island during his first visit and proposed there too!” says the bride. Because of the special place the couple holds in their hearts for Palm Beach, they and 165 of their closest friends and family made the trip to Florida to celebrate their W-day.

The couple said planning a destination wedding was a breeze thanks to the…

Destination I Do Magazine

Sometimes life leads us back to certain places. For Eric and Alexandra, that place is Lake Tahoe, California. It was the place both of them grew up visiting, where they spent their first trip together, the place Eric got down on one knee and asked Alexandra to marry him, and, ultimately, the place they chose to host their destination wedding.

“We bonded early on in our relationship over our shared experiences in Lake Tahoe,” says Alexandra. “Because of the significance, it was a clear choice to get married in Lake Tahoe…”

The Knot Florida Magazine

Bride: Shannon Sanders, 37, a director of risk management at Heritage Insurance
Groom: Bruce Lucas, 45, a chairman and CEO at Heritage Insurance
How They Met: At work
Wedding Style: Pretty-in-pink romance was in the air at this glitzy, glamorous soiree filled with dozens of florals


The Knot Chicago Magazine

Marcy Sklar, 27, a pediatric nurse manager and George Nissan, 30, a sales account manager met through a mutual friend. Their wedding style consisted of a lush flower wall, crushed white velvet aisle and sequined linens, which lent a glam look to Marcy and George’s black-tie nuptials. To honor their shared Middle Eastern heritage, Marcy and George incorporated Assyrian customs and music throughout their haute hotel “I dos.” “I wore a traditional yalekhta scarf and George carried a kopala cane,” Marcy says of their ceremony attire. The newlyweds gifted guests with colorful scarves before dancing the hora. “They were a hit,” Marcy says. “Everyone danced throughout the night…”


Brides of North Texas Magazine

The guest entrance was covered in white lush floral with white roses suspended from the top of the windows to make it look like they were floating! The floral halos were and dripping chandeliers hung over beautifully set tabletops with towering centerpieces. The romantic candlelight set the mood for an elegant evening. As a node to the bride’s Hispanic heritage, a mariachi band played and guests were treated to Hispanic desserts and tasty candy bar! A confetti blast at the end of the father/daughter dance opened up the dance floor and kicked off an incredible evening of celebration…


My Wedding Magazine

When Melanie and Adam were assigned to the same table at a training session for their new jobs, there was no way to predict it would end in “I do.” The couple, who hit it off quickly, dated for three years and steadily realized they had found their match. “There were so many little signs along the way,” said Melanie. “But ultimately it came down to the fact that he is my best friend and I knew I wanted to share all of my best days with him.” The couple’s ceremony was simple and elegant. They loved finding a venue where they could hold their ceremony, cocktail hour and reception all in one place…


The Knot Chicago

Jordan knew from the start that Candace was the one; in fact, he told his dad exactly that on the day they met. “Jordan’s dad called, and he told him he couldn’t talk long because he’d met the woman he was going to marry,” Candace laughs.