Destination Wedding at Round Hill Montego Bay Jamaica

January 25, 2017. Category: destination wedding, real wedding, wedding planner, weddings

We couldn’t think of a better place to kick off our 2017 wedding season, than at the beautiful Round Hill Montego Bay Resort and Villas in Jamaica! With its private enclave of luxury villas, boutique oceanfront rooms and lush tropical hillside it really is the perfect setting for a destination wedding. From understate luxury, rich history and old world glamour it is hard not to want to get married here!

We have been fortunate to plan weddings at Round Hill throughout the years, and as we get ready for the wedding we have this weekend, it is hard not to look back at one of our favorite couple’s destination wedding.

Photography: James Christianson

See more of this island wedding featured on Carats & Cake 

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Destination Wedding Tips!

May 23, 2016. Category: destination wedding, how to, planning, weddings

Though getting married on a sandy beach in the Caribbean or at a French Chateau in the South of France sounds magical, planning a destination wedding can be very  overwhelming! Here are a few tips on how to make planning your destination wedding a little bit easier!

Amory Donelly and Sean McAndrew1. We often recommend that couples take the necessary steps to ensure that their wedding is legal when they return to the states. It is always a good idea to be aware of the local (foreign) laws

Venue: One and Only Ocean Club Resort Bahamas  Photography: Christian Oth Studio

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2. As most destination wedding ceremonies take place outside, you will want to make sure your guests are comfortable during the ceremony. A great option is providing a parasol or handheld fan which will keep your guests cool and is a nice keepsake!

Venue: Round Hill Hotel and Villas   Photography: James Christianson

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3. We find hair and make up to be one of the more challenging aspects of a destination wedding. Whenever possible it is best to do a trial with the local options early on in your planning process. Even if the exact hair style  or make up look changes closer to the wedding a trial early on will allow you to evaluate their skill set and decide if it is worth bringing someone in for the weekend. Unlike other vendors that have a lot of stuff, hair stylists and make up artists easily travel to any destination

Venue: Pippin Hill Farm and Vineyards   Photography: Sam Hurd

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4. Don’t honeymoon at the same resort as your wedding. Many of your guests will choose to extend their trip beyond your wedding weekend and while you love your family and friends you don’t want your honeymoon to feel like a family reunion. If you want to stay in the same destination at least consider switching resorts so you can enjoy some alone time as a married couple.

Venue: Round Hill Hotel and Villas   Photography: James Christianson

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Welcome with a Twist

February 24, 2015. Category: destination wedding, details, inspiration, rehearsal dinner

With so many people traveling to attend most weddings, it can be overwhelming for the rehearsal dinner to include all of the out of town guests.  One solution,  for many of our couples is a Welcome party.  This can be a very casual and fun way for guests  to meet and mingle.

Here are some pictures from one of our favorite destination wedding welcome parties.

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Be sure to incorporate some local flavor and fun!

Round Hill Hotel and Villas, Montego Bay, Jamaica| Photography by: James Christianson

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 Round Hill Hotel and Villas, Montego Bay, Jamaica| Photography by: James Christianson

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Round Hill Hotel and Villas, Montego Bay, Jamaica| Photography by: James Christianson

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Round Hill Hotel and Villas, Montego Bay, Jamaica| Photography by: James Christianson

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Round Hill Hotel and Villas, Montego Bay, Jamaica| Photography by: James Christianson

 

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Looking Back at 2014

January 23, 2015. Category: decor, destination wedding, details, real wedding

As we journey further into 2015, we believe it’s time to take a look back at all of the beautiful weddings of 2014. Excited for many more looks back as the pictures from the Fall keep rolling in!

Photography: Stephen Dohring

Photography: Stephen Dohring | Location: Mountain Lake in Lake Wales, FL

Photography: Freed Photography | Venue: Fairmont Washington DC

Photography: Eric Kelley | Floral: Beehive Events

Photography: Eric Kelley

Photography: Greg Gibson | Reception Venue: Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium

Photography: Greg Gibson | Floral Design: Amaryllis Floral | Cake: Occasions Caterers

Photography: Vicki Grafton | Floral Design: Studio DBI

Photography: Freed Photography | Venue: The Ritz-Carlton | Floral Design: Edge Flowers

Photography: Freed Photography | Floral Design: Edge Flowers

Photography: Vicki Grafton | Farm Tables: Something Vintage | Floral: The Orangerie

Photography: Vicki Grafton | Furniture: Amaryllis Floral and Event Design

Photography: Jodi Miller | Late Night Snack: Pleasant Pops

Photography: Jodi Miller | Floral: Beehive Events

Photography: Freed Photography | Venue: Four Seasons Georgetown | Floral: Amaryllis Floral and Event Design

Photography: Cassidy DuHon | Venue: Longview Gallery | Ceremony Design: Edge Flowers

Photography: Love Life Images | Venue: Anderson House

Photography: Love Life Images | Floral: Amaryllis Floral and Event Design

We can’t wait to see what 2015 has to offer!

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Happy First Anniversary!

December 11, 2014. Category: anniversary, destination wedding, weddings

Wishing Alexis and Tim a very happy first Anniversary!

 

 

We cannot believe it has been an entire year since your beautiful wedding in Jamaica.

Wishing you a marriage filled with love and happiness.

Photography courtesy of James Christiansen

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