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Real Weddings Photo Contest

Want to be featured in the next issue of Wedding Vacations by Sunwing and get the chance to win a trip for two to Riu Palace Las Americas? Enter your favourite photos from your destination wedding into our Real Weddings Photo Contest and you could be one of the six couples featured in the glossy pages of our magazine. The grand prize winners will receive a trip for two to Riu Palace Las Americas.

About the Resort

Nestled on the sparkling white sand shores of Cancun, the adults only Riu Palace Las Americas offers a sophisticated and relaxing atmosphere perfect for romantic getaways. Soak up the sun by the oceanfront pool complex while sipping on a refreshing margarita from the swim-up bar or relax on a private sun lounger by the beach.

The resort offers a variety of delicious cuisine options perfect for date night, from Italian dishes to steakhouse favourites and authentic Mexican specialties. To make your romantic getaway truly spectacular, book a romantic couples massage at the Renova Spa..

How to Enter

Step 1: Submit up to 10 of your best destination wedding photos.

Step 2: Write a short description of your big day!

Step 3: Submit!

Click here to enter our Real Weddings Photo Contest! 

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Inside the Latest Issue of Wedding Vacations

We’re so excited so announce that the latest issue of our magazine is now available for download! Featured on this issue’s cover is celebrity couple Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shawn Booth, who were styled by our contributing editor, Jessica Mulroney, in this season’s hottest destination wedding fashion trends. The couple also sat down to chat with Jessica about their lives together and any potential wedding plans following their time on The Bachelorette.

Photographer: Camilla Pucholt Photography

Style guru and bridal expert Jessica Mulroney returns for her sixth issue as contributing editor, where she provided a host of expert tips and advice for destination wedding brides. She also styled our cover shoot with Kaitlyn and Shawn, in addition to reviewing weddings at the newly-opened Jewel Grande Montego Bay Resort & Spa.

Photographer: Camilla Pucholt Photography

Our expert panel has also returned to solve all your wedding planning dilemmas, including how to pick the perfect wedding resort, choosing a wedding day hairstyle, what makeup trends you should and shouldn’t follow and important questions to ask your destination wedding photographer.

Photographer: Laura Kelly Weddings

Our popular Real Weddings segment has returned with eight new destination weddings in some of our most beautiful destinations, from the majestic desert landscapes of Los Cabos to the sparkling white-sand shores of Punta Cana.

To download the latest issue of Wedding Vacations by Sunwing magazine, click here!

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Real Wedding: Christine & Reece

Where it all Started

College sweethearts Christine, a geologist and Reece, an engineer first met at a Saskatchewan Rough Riders game in Regina. Reece was on a student exchange to Canada from Australia and wanted to see what Canadian football was all about – Christine thought Reece and his friends looked like fun, so she went over and introduced herself. She thought he was faking his Australian accent the whole time! For their first date, they attended a concert and in the ensuing weeks would meet up on campus to pay pool – they’ve been together ever since!

After being together for ten years, Christine didn’t think a proposal was going to happen; when it did it came as a wonderful surprise! The couple were taking a trip to Montreal, and Reece had managed to smuggle the engagement ring through security in his camera gear without Christine noticing, although she did find it strange he was so protective of his backpack.

After a clerical mix-up at the hotel, they were upgraded to the nicest penthouse suite at the hotel.  Then, while the pair were sipping champagne in their fancy suite and admiring panoramic views of the city, Reece seized the moment and proposed.

When he got down on bended knee, Christine was so surprised that she couldn’t speak for almost a minute! Of course, she finally said ‘yes’ and they spent the rest of their romantic and unforgettable weekend exploring Montreal.

Planning the Wedding

One of the tricky aspects of planning their big day was the fact that Reece’s family lived in Australia and Christine’s family was from Canada. They loved the idea of having a destination wedding where their relatives from around the world could gather to celebrate their big day in paradise, but where to start?

The couple chose Los Cabos as their wedding destination, partly because it was easier for their guests from Australia to fly to Pacific Mexico and partly because of Cabo’s magnificent landscapes. They had stayed at a RIU resort before while attending a friend’s wedding in Jamaica and loved it, so decided that Riu Palace Los Cabos would be the ideal resort for their big day.

Day Details

On April 4th, 2018, Christine and Reece exchanged their vows at the oceanside gazebo in front of 34 of their family and friends. The gazebo was decorated elegantly in light, neutral colours, with the rocky landscapes and sparkling sea providing a gorgeous backdrop for their big day.

After the ceremony, a mariachi band kicked off the festivities at their poolside reception, which was decorated with romantic LED lanterns. After their picture-perfect destination wedding, the couple travelled to Maui for their honeymoon!

Wedding Day Wear

Christine’s dress: Ida Torez

Christine’s shoes: Steve Madden

Christine’s accessories: Sara Gabriel earrings and finger-length veil

Reece’s attire: Eaton shirt and EPH pants

Reece’s shoes: John Fluevog

Small Details

Flowers: Eucalyptus and white roses

Photographer: By Julieta Photography

Hair: Resort salon

Makeup: MAC Cosmetics

Stationary and invitations: Staples

First dance: Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton

Welcome gifts: Custom sunglasses reading “Cabo 2018” and engagement ring cup holders

Tips for Brides and Grooms

Try to take it in as much as you can – it’s over before you realize it! Don’t stress the small details on your wedding day; whatever happens, happens and it will all turn out amazing. Spend the extra money (if you can) for upgraded lighting and audio equipment as it can make all the difference.

Start planning your destination wedding today! Contact a Destination Wedding Specialist at 1.800.739.8876 or by email for more info.

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Real Wedding: Veronica & Nick

Where it all Started

When Veronica and Nick first met at a small bar in Etobicoke, it was love at first sight. Veronica was so smitten that she asked Nick out first – she didn’t want to take any chances! For their first date the couple went to an amazing sushi restaurant in Mississauga, where Nick made Veronica laugh so hard that she accidentally spit sushi all over a woman sitting behind her. After that, the two were inseparable and would stay up till all hours of the night talking about anything and everything.

Photographer: Ben Bonnici

The proposal was straight out of a fairy tale. After Veronica casually mentioned that she wanted to go away somewhere warm and beautiful together, Nick surprised her with a spontaneous romantic getaway to the Bahamas. After a luxurious and relaxing vacation, the couple decided to go for dinner at the One&Only Ocean Club on their last night. Nick had heard of the beautiful Cloister Ruins that were located near the club, so the couple set off to find them before dinner – but since they had never been there before, they got lost.

Photographer: Ben Bonnici

After circling around countless times and almost missing their dinner reservation, Nick got out of the car to ask for directions (being careful not to let the ring fall out of its hiding place in his lap) and they finally found their way to the ruins. As they were admiring the beautiful scenery, Veronica turned around to see Nick bent down on one knee holding a sparkling engagement ring. Of course she said ‘YES!’

Photographer: Ben Bonnicini

Planning the Wedding

The couple knew right away that they wanted a destination wedding. They wanted something fairly stress-free where they didn’t have too many decisions to make and where they could spend an entire week with their closest family and friends instead of just one day. They both loved to travel, so a destination wedding was the perfect choice for them!

Photographer: Ben Bonnici

They decided upon Cancun, Mexico as their destination, having travelled there before and always being impressed with the quality of food, level of service, white sand beaches and vibrant nightlife. However Veronica wanted something a little different and the unique venues offered by Riu Palace Peninsula ticked all her boxes.

Photographer: Ben Bonnici

Day Details

On May 27th, 2017, Veronica and Nick became husband and wife in the gardens of Riu Palace Peninsula overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Veronica’s father acted as officiant, which added a special and personalized touch to their vows. After their picture-perfect ceremony everyone headed to the Crystal Box venue for the reception, where the space had been decorated in a colour scheme of champagne, blush pink and ivory. The space perfectly complemented their wedding’s romantic and glamorous style adorned with beautiful flowers, lush greenery and votive candles.

Photographer: Ben Bonnici

The new husband and wife danced to “Wonderwall” by Oasis;  the first song they slow danced to when they met. After their glamorous reception they headed back to the Bridal Suite where the resort staff had decorated their room with rose petals and set out chocolate covered strawberries, champagne and a beautiful hand-written note for the newlyweds – the perfect ending to a perfect day.

Photographer: Ben Bonnici

Small Details

Wedding Colours: Champagne, white, blush pink and ivory

Style: Romantic, subtle and glam

Photographer: Ben Bonnici of Heritage Park Studio

First dance: Wonderwall– Oasis

Favours: Personalized shot glasses with a small bottle of tequila and the ingredients to make a cucumber margarita

Photographer: Ben Bonnici

Tips for Brides and Grooms

  • Enjoy the moments, big and small, and truly savour the time that you get to spend with your closest loved ones whom are there to celebrate with you.

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Top 5 Wedding Trend Predictions for 2018

Trends come in and out of style, and something that is popular now won’t necessarily be popular a couple years from now. Oftentimes, the complete opposite has come into style! There are a lot of wedding traditions that don’t necessarily suit modern couples, so for 2018 weddings you can expect to see more interesting twists on old classics. Take a look though our list of Top 5 Wedding Trends for the 2018 to see what new trends you can expect to see in the upcoming wedding seasons.

Trend #1: Smaller Weddings

Photographer: Tricia Victoria Photography

Gigantic weddings with a 700 person guest list, extravagant over-the-top décor, and budgets that put everyone into debt are a thing of the past. These days, elopements and smaller wedding celebrations are the way to go! Smaller weddings allow you to spend more money on the wedding venue and vacation spot, which is why destination weddings are so perfect… instead of spending money on feeding a small village, you can spend money on a beautiful vacation. When you have a group of 15 – 50 people, you’ll still have your nearest and dearest beside you on your big day, but you’ll also get to explore a wonderful new destination (or head back to a favourite resort)!

Trend #2: Wedding Parties

A new – and long over-due trend – in wedding parties is to throw tradition out the window, and have Groomsladies and Bridesmen! More and more couples are celebrating the diversity of their friendships and families by flipping the switch on the typical wedding party and having both men and women on on their side of the aisle for support. When you have Groomsladies and Bridesmen you also get to play with the latest fashion trends – will the women and men on both sides of the aisle wear the same dress but in different colours? Will the women on the groom’s side get to wear tuxedos? Will the men on the bride’s side wear coloured suits? The options are endless and for 2018 weddings we can’t wait to see how the wedding party evolves!

Trend #3: Fashion

Photographer: Revos Photos

White wedding dresses are typically seen as the traditional outfit for a bride, but it’s actually a fairly new trend as far as history goes. The white wedding dress only became popular when Queen Victoria got married in 1840! Back then, she was seen as bucking the trend by going with a simple white gown, as most brides in her day wore red to walk down the aisle. Moving forward into 2018, brides are looking to buck tradition by choosing a colourful wedding dress or a well-fitted suit to wear on their big day, which can be just as (if not more) elegant than the simple white gown. Coloured dresses and suits allow brides and grooms to show their individual personality and style or pay homage to their culture and background. The revamped wedding look is a 2018 trend we can’t wait to see more of!

Trend #4: Food

We’ve all been to traditional weddings where after nibbling on some passed hors d’oeuvres, you sit down for a plated meal of chicken or beef, feeling full but not necessarily excited about your meal. If you and your guests are foodies, why not go all out on the food for your big day? In 2018, we’re seeing people choose buffets and food stations in place of traditional seated plated meals! Buffets and food stations are great, especially in destination, as they let people have their pick of food and allows them to walk around and sample different dishes while they mix and mingle with other wedding guests. Getting creative with your menu and providing a delicious meal for you and your guests is a 2018 wedding trend we are just salivating for!

Trend #5: Décor

Photographer: Sweetfire Photography

When it comes to décor, the hottest colours are an ever-revolving door. In 2016 and 2017 we’ve seen a lot of 80s colours like mint green and pink, or the new neutral colours of dove grey and navy blue. These colours look wonderful (especially in destination locations) and we expect this trend to stick around for a few more seasons! For other decor, the current trend is to go with a  combination of rustic pieces, including natural woods, floral patterns, and wild bouquets; combined with subtle glam accents including glass vases, tea candles, and metallic accessories to create a gorgeous boho-chic vibe. For 2018 weddings we expect to see a shift away from the garden pastel accents to more bold and vivacious colours. Deep reds, plum purples, and rich golds will definitely make a come-back in the next year or two!

No matter what you trends you follow, your wedding should be a reflection of you and your partner – what you love, and what makes you unique as a couple. Don’t be shy about coming up with your own trends and traditions, because you never know when something might come into style! What’s important is that you love every aspect of your big day.

Start planning your destination wedding today! Contact a Destination Wedding Specialist at 1.800.739.8876 or by email for more info.

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On location with Keshia Chanté at Royalton Saint Lucia

From starring in her own music videos to her time as a cast-member on W Network’s Hockey Wives, Keshia Chanté is no stranger to being in the limelight. Earlier this year, she stepped in front of the camera for a very different reason: to model several gorgeous Kleinfeld Hudson’s Bay gowns on the grounds of the breathtaking Royalton Saint Lucia for the latest edition of Wedding Vacations magazine. The dresses, styled by leading Canadian stylist and special contributing editor Jessica Mulroney, showcase some of the most popular bridal trends right now. Check out the gorgeous gowns modelled by Keshia and find some inspiration for your dream destination wedding!

Breezy Romantic

Photographer: Camilla Pucholt

The dramatic backdrop extenuates the beauty of this stunning ivory sheath Tara Keely gown with beaded floral details, strapless sweetheart bodice, trendy low back, and chapel train. The dress offers two looks in one: you can keep things romantic with the tulle overskirt for the ceremony and wedding photos by the beach, then remove the skirt to showcase your figure at the reception (as pictured above).

Glam Diva Princess

Photographer: Camilla Pucholt

If you’re looking for a glamorous spin on the traditional princess gown, look no further than this A-line Eve of Milady dress modelled by Keshia. The ivory and blush gown with beaded V-neckline, intricate sequin details, full lace skirt, and chapel train is sure to take your groom’s breath away. The delicate hand-beading on the bodice sparkles beautifully in the Caribbean sunshine and the romantic tulle overlay will help bring your glamorous Cinderella fantasies come to life!

Mermaid Couture

Photographer: Camilla Pucholt

Brides aiming for a more dramatic look will adore Pnina Tornai’s new Love Collection, which features Pnina’s signature glamorous dresses at more affordable price points. Keshia modelled this stunning Pnina Tornai Love gown in a couture mermaid silhouette with romantic pleated tulle overlay and dramatic fashion-forward shoulder bow. Delicate silver jewelry from Maison Birks perfectly finishes off this look!

Vintage Elegance

Photographer: Camilla Pucholt

This breathtaking Lazaro sheath gown has elegant vintage appeal reminiscent of the Roaring Twenties. With intricate crystal beading all over, plunging V-neckline with tulle panel, and alluring low back this sultry gown is the perfect choice for a Great Gatsby-inspired destination wedding. A sparkling bejewelled belt perfectly accentuates your shape and adds the finishing touch to this gown.

The Location

Sky Terrace at Royalton Saint Lucia

Royalton Saint Lucia provided the perfect destination for our bridal fashion shoot with Keshia. The Sky Terrace offered an elegant backdrop for the Glam Diva Princess gown with its modern stone archway and views of the resort’s private cove, while the spectacular design of the CX Culinary Experience dining room highlighted the drama of the Mermaid Couture gown. Royalton Saint Lucia’s breathtaking resort grounds could be the perfect setting for your own wedding photos. We found lots of options here too.

Hot off the press: Wedding Vacations by Sunwing magazine. Flip through the digital version of our latest issue today.

Dresses available at Kleinfeld Hudson’s Bay.
Start planning your destination wedding today!
Contact a Destination Wedding Specialist at 1.800.739.8876 or by email for more info.

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Behind the Scenes of Liz Trinnear’s Cover Shoot

Behind the Scenes of Liz Trinnear’s Cover Shoot

Planning a wedding can feel like a huge undertaking for many brides, but etalk Canada’s Liz Trinnear is taking a more laid-back and fun approach to her wedding. Liz and her long-time boyfriend Nathaniel Motte are planning a destination wedding on a Colorado mountain top, which they hope will capture life-long memories for their friends, their families, and themselves.

Photographer: Camilla Pucholt

Liz shared details of her laid-back destination wedding to long-time boyfriend Nathaniel Motte while on location for our cover shoot in Jamaica at the Riu Palace Jamaica. Liz revealed how Nathaniel unexpectedly proposed on the grounds of his family home in France, after a romantic and picture-perfect vacation abroad. The couple, whose families live in different parts of the world (Liz’s in Canada and Nathaniel’s in France), decided a destination wedding would be the perfect opportunity to create new memories with their loved ones in the places where they first fell in love.

Photographer: Camilla Pucholt

The destination wedding process has been a relaxed and easy one for the couple, who have spent the occasional weekend in Colorado planning their upcoming nuptials. Much like the couple themselves, Liz and Nathaniel want their wedding to have a non-traditional and laid-back vibe. The bride even plans on wearing her sneakers during the reception! They chose an outdoor venue on Flagstaff Mountain to embrace the outdoor theme of their laid-back affair.

Photographer: Camilla Pucholt

After spending months planning their destination wedding, Liz and Nathaniel made sure to take advantage of their stay at the stunning Riu Palaca Jamaica and the connected Riu Reggae during the cover shoot. As they both have busy schedules, the couple loved being able to explore the island of Jamaica and enjoy a “pre-moon” before their big day. The Riu Palaca Jamaica was the perfect place for the couple to relax with its breathtaking ocean views, sparkling pools, gourmet cuisine, and incredible staff.

Now having planned her own destination wedding, Liz shared her biggest piece of advice for other brides planning a destination wedding: stay positive! Liz stressed the importance of not letting the pressure to be perfect overcome the beauty of the experience, and to embrace the imperfect and unexpected moments.

“It’s the moments that aren’t perfect that make the moments. And don’t be afraid to ask for help!” – Liz Trinnear

Hot off the press: Wedding Vacations by Sunwing magazine. Flip through the digital version of our latest issue today.

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Beautifully Boho Destination Wedding Tips

Tropical palms. Feet in the sand. Beautiful waves.

Even the basic elements of a destination wedding just have that boho feel.

Here at Wedding Vacations by Sunwing we believe that a destination wedding can be a blank canvas. Our destination wedding planners have created everything from ultra-glam to modern-chic weddings and in-between. But, we’re so excited the beauty and romance of boho is back for weddings in 2017.

Here are some of our tops tips for embracing this in every element of your big day.

The Fashion

Photographer: Camilla Pucholt.

 

Groomsmen looks from our real client’s Kathy and Chris’s destination wedding.

For her:

The great thing about boho for wedding dresses is you can still wear a bunch of different types of fabrics: silk, chiffon, satin, lace, and tulle are all options as long as you keep your silhouette on the simple side. Flowing trains and pretty back details can work well with this trend too, for a little celeb inspiration check out Troian Bellisario’s wedding style on Instagram. For bridesmaids, why not let them choose their own dresses in nature-inspired hues or opt for romantic sundresses with soft florals or crochet detailing.

For him:

Think natural fabrics like cotton and linen with a little bit of a mix-matched look. Rather than a blazer, try for a vintage-looking vest or thin leather suspenders. If you still have your heart set on a classic suit, go for a modern fit and try to add in bohemian touches like a boutonniere with feathers or a bowtie in a soft floral print. Tweak your groomsmen’s look to be similar but more casual than the groom so he’ll clearly stand out in photos.



The Hair

A bit of curl or wave will go a long way in helping you get a boho look with your tresses. Big braids or twists can help add a little detailing and help accessories like flower crowns or hair chains to stay in place. We love the look of delicate chain draped over loose curls or a florals woven into a big braid.

Photographer: Camilla Pucholt.

Photographer: Camilla Pucholt.

The Ceremony

How could you go wrong with the beach for a laid-back boho wedding? Many resorts also have garden areas that would work perfectly to achieve this feel as well. We asked our destination wedding expert, Meghan Jakubowski (sales Manager of Wedding Vacations by Sunwing) for her tips on creating this style of ceremony in destination with ease: “It’s all about incorporating details from nature! Try and use natural, earthy tones in your colour scheme with one or two accent colours. Simple bamboo or driftwood gazebos with white or neutral flowy fabric and loose garlands of greenery go with this theme perfectly. I also love the trend towards tent-style structures with natural fabrics, macramé and even feathers!”

From our client’s Sabrina and Peter, this bamboo arch with flowing fabrics is perfect for a bohemian ceremony. Resort: Riu Playa Blanca.

Want to see some of our favourite inspiration for boho weddings? Follow our Boho Beach Wedding board on Pinterest.

 

 

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Hitched on Holiday: Behind the Scenes with Flare

Planning on getting hitched on holiday? Great news – Wedding Vacations by Sunwing recently teamed up with Flare.com to provide photo inspiration, articles and wedding planning tips for destination wedding couples-to-be! Turn your wedding day into a wedding vacation by combining your romantic celebration with a holiday in paradise for newlyweds and guests alike.

The first step was selecting the perfect destination. What better location for our photo shoot, than the impeccable white sand beaches in Cayo Santa Maria, Cuba? This unique location combines plentiful gardens with gorgeous scenery. We selected the stunning Grand Memories Cayo Santa Maria for its laid-back vibe and vintage-inspired architecture. The neighbouring resorts include the adults-only section, Sanctuary at Grand Memories Cayo Santa Maria, Memories Paraiso, Starfish Cayo Santa Maria, and last but definitely not least, the luxurious adults-only Royalton Cayo Santa Maria. All five resorts are situated along the same stretch of pristine beach, each offering incredible backdrops for romantic wedding photos.

 

To bring all of our ideas to life, we recruited our fashion expert and contributing editor, Jessica Mulroney. Using her expertise, Jessica selected her top wedding dress and suit picks to complement our bohemian theme, and collaborated on ideas for hair and makeup with our beauty expert, Rachel Renna, and hair guru, Ryan Dowell. Once we narrowed down our top choices, these beautiful dresses were tailored by the experts at Kleinfeld, and accessories were selected to match.

Photography: Camilla Pucholt Photography

In between fittings, Jessica had a chance to answer questions for Flare on wedding trends for 2017, her favourite celebrity destination wedding to date, and style tips on how to look picture-perfect in the tropical heat.

Photography: Camilla Pucholt Photography

We hope you enjoy all of the tips and inspiration we’ve put together in collaboration with Flare. As always, for more tips, real weddings, and fun articles on destination weddings keep visiting www.weddingvacations.com, follow us @weddingvacations, or contact a consultant

 

 

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Pretty Petals: Destination Wedding Floral Trends for 2017

While today might be commonly known as pancake day, February 28th is also National Floral Design Day. Here at Wedding Vacations by Sunwing we know how those pretty blooms can add to the overall look of the wedding day decor and style. With boho style back on the rise, we thought we’d bring in one of the pros, an avid traveller and professional florist Tellie Hunt of Hunt and Gather, to chat about upcoming trends for big day blossoms.

WV: Where do you think destination wedding flower trends are heading for 2017?

TH: I think flower trends in general are tending to focus more on your surroundings and compliment them. Therefore, for a destination wedding, I think it is important to think about the tropical foliage and flowers and bring the outdoors in creating a natural, complementary look.

WV: What are some of your favourite colours for tropical bouquets?

TH: I think when a lot of people think of tropical flowers, they think super bright and contrasting. It is so important to focus on creating more of an ombre effect and have each colour lead into one another.

Flowers by: Local florist in Cuba. Photo by: Camilla Pucholt Photography

WV: Which tropical flowers/plants hold up well in the heat? What are some tips for making sure bouquets will stay pretty in the temperatures of Cuba, Mexico, or Central America?

TH: Generally, most tropical flowers are extremely long lasting and hearty. If you are looking for more dainty, gardenesque blooms like anemone and hellebore, you may run into problems. I always recommend keeping your flowers in water as much as possible. It is always good to have a vase close by so that when you are done pictures or the ceremony, you can put it back in water.

Flowers by: Local florist in Cuba. Photo by: Camilla Pucholt Photography

WV: What style of floral décor would you suggest for a beach wedding? What about a sky terrace wedding?

TH: One important thing for a beach wedding is that you have to think of the elements like the wind. You will want something sturdy so that it is not precarious. I think for a beach I would go for a nice arch with flowey fabric and for a terrace I would play up on some big tropical leaves in clear glass vases, maybe even bring in some potted tropical plants.

WV: What type of boutonniere styles do you love for tropical locales?

TH: I think it is always so important to use something hearty for boutonnieres – especially in the heat. Small orchids or calla lilies can be great accented with little bits from the bouquets.

Flowers by: Local florist in Cuba. Photo by: Camilla Pucholt Photography

Thank you to Tellie for answering our questions and shedding the light on floral trends for 2017. Keep visiting us here at www.weddingvacations.com follow us @weddingvacations for more tips and trends, or contact a consultant

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