Friday, November 27, 2009

Win a Sandals Wedding by Martha Stewart

Last Friday on a special destination wedding-themed episode of ‘The Martha Stewart Show,’ host Martha Stewart and editorial director of Martha Stewart Weddings, Darcy Miller, announced the “Sandals Wedding by Martha Stewart(TM) Fantasy Nuptials” contest.

The grand prize winner, will be announced on ‘The Martha Stewart Show’ on February 11. The prize package includes a customized destination dream wedding created by Martha Stewart’s team at Sandals Emerald Bay, Great Exuma, Bahamas.

The package also includes a 6 day/5 night Luxury Included® stay for the lucky bride and groom at Sandals Emerald Bay; a 4 day/3 night Luxury Included® stay for 10 guests at Sandals Emerald Bay; plus, round trip airfare for the bride and groom, as well as all 10 guests.

The winning couple’s wedding will be filmed and featured on ‘The Martha Stewart Show’ and in Martha Stewart Weddings magazine.

The contest runs through January 20, 2010, to enter you can go to MarthaStewartWeddings and submit a 90-second video explaining why you should win a customized Sandals Wedding by Martha Stewart™.

Along with this promotion, Sandals Resorts and Beaches Resorts is pairing with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. to offer six new and exclusive wedding themes at any of their 18 Luxury Included® Sandals Resorts and Beaches Resorts across the Caribbean.

Good luck!
And should you have questions about your wedding in the Bahamas just email our Bahamas wedding planner or call us 1-242-327-2453 and we'd be happy to help.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Cold Feet: What do those pre-wedding jitters really mean?

Cold Feet - pre-wedding jitters - bridal nerves. Call it what you what you will, most brides and grooms are nervous before a wedding. If you're feeling cold feet, try to relax and explore your feelings. Figuring out what's behind them will either lead you to a stronger and healthier marriage or save you from making a giant mistake. Either way, the time to deal with cold feet is now.

The Difference Between Cold Feet and Serious Problems: