Sandy’s Weddings in Vieques Blog

What Wedding Planning Really Is – Guest Blog By Kayla-the-Intern on Her Last Day at Weddings in Vieques

My time as a Weddings in Vieques Intern has come to a close. I can’t believe that five months can go by so quickly, but when there are 24 weddings happening in that time span, I guess it’s not that surprising. I never had a solid concept of what I was expecting as a wedding […]

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There Are PLENTY of Fish in the Sea around Vieques Island — Guest Blog by Devon-the-Intern

For all of my readers out there still searching for “the one,” fear not! I recently took part in a top-secret, underwater research project to confirm that yes, in fact, there are PLENTY of fish in the sea! You just might not want to date them. Living on Vieques Island for almost five months and […]

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Just Horsing Around on Vieques Island, Paso Fino-Style — Guest Blog by Kayla-the-Intern on Vieques.com

You’ve heard about our famous Paso Fino horses on Vieques, right? They’re special for so many different reasons. They’re bred differently, ride differently and you can only find them in very special places! Check out Weddings in Vieques intern Kayla Seeger’s blog on Vieques.com about her experience exploring the island with Taxi Horses! You might […]

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Amy Antonacci and John Choate (April 2015)

Sandy and her staff were not only fun but very professional. We were pleased with the way they all pulled the wedding off in the most perfect manner. I mean it’s a wedding and we all want those to go well right? She smoothed out the bumps that we didn’t even knew we had. Just […]

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Shaming the Bride or Groom for a Wedding Etiquette Faux Pas Is Tackier than Whatever You Think They’ve Done Wrong – A Rant by Sandy

I got a question on my “Ask Sandy” link from a woman who wanted to know if it was okay for a bride and groom to send only ONE invitation to an entire side of the family. I started to reply to her, but then I re-read the wording of the question and began to […]

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Wedding Planning Is NOT What You See in the Movies – Guest Blog by Devon-the-Intern

I’ve become someone I can’t stand. I’ve become a realist. Granted, this is coming from the girl who saw the movie “Pearl Harbor” and considered switching her major to nursing. Yes, I do believe everything happens like it does in the movies! At least I used to. Unfortunately, after being in the wedding industry for […]

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If You Want to DIY Your Wedding, Be Clear that “Y” Stands for Doing It YOURSELF – Sandy’s Blog in Monsters & Critics

Hi there Brides and Grooms! This blog is long overdue. You see, there’s a big difference between buying all the little parts and pieces for DIY crafting projects for your wedding that you found on Pinterest and spending hours and hours putting them together, or choosing to DIY without any intention of actually DIYing. It’s […]

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It’s Simply NEVER Okay to Accept a Wedding Invitation and No Show – Sandy’s Blog in The Huffington ost

OH MY GOD! If I could keep all the money wasted by brides and grooms because of rude wedding guests, I’d be able to buy my own yacht and sail away. It’s probably the number one pet peeve of my clients when we post-mortem their weddings. Everything was perfect except for the money they wasted on […]

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5 Things the Bride and Groom Have to Actually Do for Themselves – Sandy’s Blog in The Huffington Post

Hi there! Even if you hire a professional wedding planner, there are some decisions we can’t make for you. Check out my Huffington Post blog about the five things that your vendors really can’t decide for you or finish without you. Until next time, happy wedding planning from Weddings in Vieques and Sandy Malone Weddings […]

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Wedding Food Etiquette Do’s and Don’ts – Guest Blog by Kayla-the-Intern

Never in my life could I envision myself attending a wedding, barging into a kitchen full of catering staff plating dinners, holding hot pans, and working at record speed, just to go to the fridge to help myself to a bottle of water when there’s a full bar set up 30 yards away. NEVER.   […]

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