Which Wedding Theme is the perfect one for you?

August 24, 2015. Category: inspiration, planning, theme

When planning your wedding it can be overwhelming to decide what you want your overall theme to be and bringing your vision to life can be a challenge!

Fortunately, the wonderful team at Wedding Paper Divas put together a great quiz to help you decide what wedding theme would be the perfect fit!

 Are you Classic, Modern, Beach, Vintage or Rustic? 

Click on the link to find out! http://www.weddingpaperdivas.com/quiz/wedding-themes.htm

We thought it would be fun for our team to take the quiz to see what we would each get, see our results below…

Aimee: “You’re inspired by aquamarine waters and colorful seashells—not to mention delicious tropical cuisine and drinks with tiny umbrellas.”

Cindy: “You love simple and polished, and believe it’s the little details of a classic theme that will make the day exciting.”

Ashley: “You love all the new wedding trends—bright colors and geometric patterns are calling your name.”

Debby: ” You appreciate heirloom touches like your grandmother’s lace veil, China place settings and old-school cocktails.”

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2014 Fall Internships!

August 05, 2014. Category: experience, internship, planning

Interested in gaining some experience in the event planning industry?  Are you currently enrolled in school?  Apply to our internship program!intern

We are accepting applications for our Fall 2014 internship! If you have questions or are interested please send your resume and cover letter to Cindy Bastron (cindy@ffd.9fd.myftpupload.com).

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Top 5 Reasons to Get Married in Charlottesville

December 19, 2012. Category: charlottesville, inspiration, planning, venue
Here at A. Dominick Events, we are very proud to have an office located in Charlottesville, Virginia.
This city is a wedding hotspot, and here are our top 5 reasons why you should get married in Charlottesville:

5. The Breathtaking Backdrop
Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountain, Charlottesville offers a stunning backdrop for your wedding. Especially if your are looking to host an outdoor wedding, the spectacular views provide a dramatic setting.

4. Great Local Products
Charlottesville offers a a ton of fun and unique items to incorporate in your celebration. To name a few, we love apple cider doughnuts for favors and virginia wine and peanuts for your welcome bags.

3. Abundant Recreation
The town of Charlottesville is a juxtaposition of rural and urban areas providing visitors with plenty of recreation. Visitors should take some time out to explore Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson. Depending on the season, we also love Carter Mountain Orchard for apple picking. For the wine lover, there are over 20 area vineyards, each with their own tasting room, take a moment to relax with some vino. The Historic Downtown Mall attracts locals and visitors alike as a hub for culture and entertainment, with shops, restaurants, and galleries.

2.  The Many Beautiful Venues

From vineyards and wineries, beautiful inns and clubs, Charlottesville has so many wonderful venues to offer. Some of our favorites include: King Family VineyardsKeswick HallClifton Inn, and Pippin Hill Farm and Vineyards but there are so many! These unique venues are filled with local charm and elegance. You can find the perfect place no matter what style of celebration you are looking to have.

1. Fabulous Vendors
Charlottesville has a wonderful variety of vendors to offer. No need to fret, there is a vendor  in the area for all your wedding needs. Our local associate, Kyle Montgomery, can connect you with the best vendor for your budget and style.

I think it’s time to start planning your Cville event!!

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Who doesn’t love a sale?

November 22, 2010. Category: planning


It never fails. The holidays roll around and our brides lose focus for a few weeks. It’s totally understandable, we all get a bit overwhelmed with party-going, cooking and gift buying. That reminds me, our office will be CLOSED this Thursday and Friday for Turkey Day.

Unfortunately come January many brides are in a full-scale panic. In an effort to combat this cycle, try to do a few small “to do’s” in the next few weeks. Depending on where you are in the planning process that might mean getting your guest list finished, or purchasing your bridal party gifts or taking advantage of the pre-holiday sale from Beau-coupfor welcome bags items or napkins. We can talk about those holiday pounds later…

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