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Getting personal with wedding favors

Brides & grooms seek gifts for guests that personalize the big day

Couples are personalizing wedding favors for members of their wedding parties, such as these wine glasses, as they make the gifts more of a keepsake item. Submitted

By Pamela Parks Advocate and Star-News correspondent Bestowing a small favor to wedding guests is a time-honored tradition for brides and grooms. The small gift is a token of appreciation to thank guests for attending and being a part of their day and the beginning of their life together as a couple. With the popularity of Pinterest and wedding blogs, and the ease of Internet shopping, couples are finding just the right party favor. And favors are being elevated well beyond the standards of matchbooks, votive candles and tiny bags of Jordon almonds. Favors are capturing the personalities and interests of the couple as well as sending people home with memories of the special occasion. A unique idea for a wedding favor was this personalized coffee sleeve with the couple’s names and wedding date imprinted. Submitted

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“The push is to be more personal and not only thank people for coming but give them a memento, something that feels like the couple themselves so that the people that

attended the wedding will remain connected with them,” said Allin Walker of Woodwalk Gallery, a popular wedding venue in Egg Harbor.


“People are getting more creative, and often it is connected with the seating chart so that people will come, pick up the favor and have their table assignment,” Walker said.

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“They passed them out as a gift to each person, and nobody left their rock behind,” Walker said.

At a wedding at Woodwalk this past season, guests received a personalized pint beer glass with their name, the couple’s name and wedding date, and table assignment. It was used as the drinking glass throughout the evening, from a layered specialty drink selected by the bride and groom to the water glass during the wedding dinner.

In lieu of favors, some brides and grooms bring in a photo booth experience for the evening festivities. “The photographer will bring dress-up clothes or have an old-fashioned photo booth, and all during the night people go into the booth for photos. One copy of the photo goes into the couple’s album and the guest gets a copy to go home with,” Walker said.

Couples have also used Woodwalk Gallery’s signature glasses, made from recycled wine bottles, as favors. “Then everyone takes a little bit of Woodwalk and the wedding experience home with them,” Walker said. Stone coasters with personalized photos and the etched name of the couple and wedding date are also popular.

Another “gift” for guests that is growing in popularity is a dessert buffet at the reception. In addition to having a traditional wedding cake, a table filled with the bride and groom’s favorite desserts — items such as tortes, petite pies, cookies and cupcakes — that are beautifully arranged for everyone to enjoy.

Another trend is to treat guests to a tasty regional food or beverage that guests can take home to enjoy, including jams from local farmers markets, locally harvested honeys and maple syrups, local wines with personalized labels and pillows of Door County Coffee, also personalized for the wedding

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Some brides and grooms choose to use the wedding favors as an opportunity to deliver a personal message to each guest. Walker described a recent wedding when the couple collected small rocks and decorated each one with specific words of blessings — hope, joy, love — for each guest.

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“The trend is to try to make the favors as personalized as possible,” Walker said.

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Wedding flowers

Area growers have options for locally grown flora to decorate your wedding

One current trend is the use of succulent plants in wedding floral arrangements, such as in this bridal bouquet. Photo courtesy Laurie Marie Photography LLC

By Pamela Parks Advocate and Star-News correspondent Fresh flowers are the go-to choice for the couple’s wedding bouquets, centerpieces, and cakes. Brides and grooms are mixing in creative selections of flowers — including berries and woody plants — and now have options for ordering locally grown blooms from flower farms in Door County.

Fresher and more fragrant At Door’s Fleurs in southern Door County, couples are able to select locally grown, in-season flowers for their wedding in bulk or have owner Sarah Cilley create bouquets and centerpieces for the event. Door’s Fleurs is a local flower market that opened in August 2013 on two acres of farmland and sells flowers directly to couples as well as wholesale to local florists. Berries and woody plants are seen more as part of wedding floral arrangements, like the berries in this unique wedding centerpiece. Photo courtesy Laurie Marie Photography LLC

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Cilley said that one of the advantages of purchasing wedding flowers locally is that they are at their peak of freshness and fragrance.

“Locally grown flowers are more fragrant and colorful than flower that were meant to be shipped thousands of miles away,” said Cilley. “The longer life of a flower is a tradeoff of the natural scent and beauty.”

“Everyone just loves berries, especially for fall decorations,” Cilley said. “We also have the American Bittersweet, a classic, as well as the Purple Beauty berry plant — the berries look like little purple pearls.”

The flowers are hand-harvested and nothing is imported unless requested. Wedding couples meet with Cilley, can tour the farm and select from the type of flowers available; Cilley does the harvesting. Cilley also provides containers for sale or rent.

Door’s Fleurs can accommodate 2,500 stems a week, which translates into one or two large weddings, so Cilley encourages couples to call soon to book a wedding date.

“I let them know exactly what I offer and make sure they are okay with seasonal flowers. Then, about a week before their wedding, they come to the farm and pick out what they are drawn to the most, which gives me an idea for the style and colors they are thinking of,” Turner said.

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“When couples come out to select their flowers, you can’t get them to leave because they love it so much,” Cilley said.

Door Blooms Flower Farm in Sister Bay is another option for brides and grooms to select locally grown, in-season blooms that are sustainably grown. The farm opened in 2013 and has seen a great response.

Wedding parties often stop in to pick up the flowers before the big event and see the beautiful landscape. There are no books of ideas at Door Fleurs, just a “focus on the look, beauty and serenity of the flower,” Cilley said. “The trend is a rustic, chic, down-to-earth and natural type of wedding. They would rather that I use nuts and stems for the natural beauty look versus the fake bouquet looking type of arrangement. And I would rather be original than ordinary.”

“People were all about fresh, locally grown flowers. Women would pull up into my driveway and ask what the fresh bouquets were that day, and I had four weddings last year. Brides were really into it,” said Abbie Turner, owner of Door Blooms. Turner sells flowers in bulk, can do all the arranging, delivery and setup, or a combination of both options. Turner creates simple arrangements, boutonnieres, bouquets and centerpieces.

Cilley said that Door’s Fleurs also grows a selection of “fabulous ‘woodies’” which includes lilacs, hydrangeas, snowball viburnums and many types of berries.


The concept of using in-season flowers may not be for every bride and groom, so Turner meets

with each couple to be sure they understand that she does not provide every flower in every color at any time of the year, like a florist or greenhouse.

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I‘ do’

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So start digging into the elephant, a bite or two now, another few bites next week, until it’s all gone and you’re ready for the ceremony. Here’s a when, what and who of getting ready for your wedding day; some items are optional, but many are mandatory, or at least really good ideas.

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❍ Set the wedding date ❍ Announce the engagement to family and friends ❍ Plan an engagement party ❍ If they do not already know each other, arrange to introduce your fiance’s family to your own ❍ Discuss who is responsible for what with your fiance (and your and his families, if necessary) ❍ Register a wedding website to keep family, friends and guests up to date on event details ❍ Decide how much you are willing to spend and make a budget ❍ Decide on a theme for the wedding ❍ Attend a local bridal show or two; take notes on vendors you like and would consider using ❍ Find a clergyman or civil official to marry you ❍ Reserve a place to be married and a location for your reception ❍ Hire a wedding consultant if you plan to use one; wedding planning software also is available ❍ Choose your attendants and make sure they are available to participate in your wedding ❍ Shop for your wedding dress ❍ Shop for gowns for your attendants. If they live far away, ask them for their measurements and sizes ❍ Start your guest list. Talk with your fiance’s parents about the guests they would like you to invite. Give them a deadline for submitting their list ❍ Interview photographers and videotaping companies ❍ Register your gift preferences with a wedding gift registry at a department or specialty store ❍ Choose a caterer and a menu ❍ Choose a florist ❍ Book musicians and/or a DJ for the ceremony and reception ❍ Send an engagement announcement and photo to the newspaper

4 to 6 months ahead

❍ Arrange fittings for yourself and your attendants ❍ Make appointments for physical exams and blood tests ❍ Decide on your honeymoon destination and make reservations with your travel agent. If you need a passport, get one or have it updated. Make sure your husband-to-be does the same ❍ Reconfirm date with the caterer, florist, musicians, and photographers ❍ Arrange accommodations for out-of-town guests ❍ Arrange the rehearsal dinner Two months ahead ❍ Send out the invitations ❍ Schedule the wedding rehearsal and firm up details of any rehearsal party that is planned ❍ Meet with the officiant to discuss ceremony details and wedding vows ❍ Order wedding rings and arrange for any engraving ❍ Shop for gifts with each other for the attendants ❍ Select and purchase wedding favors and accessories ❍ Shop for a gift for your future spouse ❍ Meet with the florist to decide on flowers ❍ Reserve equipment such as glasses, tables, linens and tents if you will need to rent them ❍ Schedule a trial hair appointment with your hairdresser. Take your headpiece/veil ❍ Book ahead for hairstyling and manicure appointments near the wedding date



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Massage therapist Mary Torinus works on Stephanie Bunda during a bridal party session at the Lavender Spa in Fish Creek. Submitted

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Along with a massage, bridal parties can take advantage of a relaxing sauna as they get ready for the wedding day at the Lavender Spa in Fish Creek. Submitted

By Pamela Parks Advocate and Star-News correspondent What used to be the basic primping for bridal parties — hair, makeup and a dab of nail polish before the wedding — has grown into a trend that includes relaxation and pampering as wedding parties get ready for the camera on the big day. Local spas offer a variety of services to bridal parties prepping for wedding event, from massages, facials, manicures and pedicures to spray tanning and more. In some locations, wedding parties can arrange to bring in appetizers and beverages to enjoy, adding an even more festive feeling to the experience. At Ambiance Salon and Spa in Luxemburg, bridal parties often start off with a bite to eat before the pampering begins. In addition to hair and makeup, the spa offers waxing, pedicures and manicures, facials and massages.

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“They come in as a group and have a breakfast, get their hair and makeup done, some get their nails done, and they make a morning thing of it before the wedding,� said Joyce Ciha of Ambiance Salon. “It is a fun group experience.� Spas offer the bride and groom plenty of options for preparing for their wedding day. At Saguaro Day Spa in Sturgeon Bay, owner Connie Hafenbredl has seen the wedding couples enjoying amenities as a one-to-one experience, as couples or in a large party. “Sometimes just the bride will come in and wants to be alone for a while, but most often there are bridal parties that come with the bride, and we will designate the downstairs lower lounge for them to bring in food and beverages,� Hafenbredl said. “They can spend as much or as little time as they like with massage, body treatments, manicures and pedicures and our steam facility. “Sometimes the bridal parties will come in a few days before or the day before the wedding, and other times the bride and groom, or groom and best man, will come in for a massage. It is a nice, relaxing time before the hurriedness of their day comes.� Guests enjoy a relaxing view from the Saguaro Day Spa deck or snuggle down in one of the lounges next to a fireplace. Taking time to relax before the

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Located in the lower level of the Belle Isle Inn bedand-breakfast, Tia’Spa offers wedding parties a unique opportunity to pamper themselves whether staying at the inn or not, and amenities can also be offered at the wedding venue as a personal stylist. Tia’Spa offers pedicures, manicures, facials, spray tanning and hair stylings for the wedding day.

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“Often a wedding party comes in as a group and hangs out and chit-chats while I style or do manicures. Or I go to the facility and function as their personal stylist to help them get ready and do their makeup and hair before the ceremony,� Bellisle said.

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“Brides are excited to use flowers that are grown in Door County,” Turner added. “They come to Door County for their destination wedding so they want all the parts of their wedding coming from Door County.”

Succulent plants among latest trends One of the latest trends for fresh flowers in bouquets and on the wedding cake is succulent plants. Sarah Basch, owner of FlourGirl Patissier, decorated such a cake last summer, with stunning results. “The bride wanted them draped across the front of the cake. It was something very different, and with Pinterest, everyone wants to do something different,” Basch said.

Succulent plants are used today not just for wedding bouquets, but also to decorate wedding cakes, like this one by FlourGirl Patissier in Door County. Photo courtesy Laurie Marie Photography LLC

In other fresh flower trends, Basch said the popular colors of choice have been “soft and romantic,” borrowing from pinks and peaches instead of bright and bold colors. Summer garden roses and unique ideas

inspired from Pinterest have also been the rage. “Whatever flower theme they picked for the bouquets eventually makes it way to the cake,” Basch said. “This summer, garden roses were popping up on everything; they are very different and old fashioned … I also had another cake that used burlap roses in two tones. The bride made some and ordered others from Etsy to use in her bouquets, centerpieces, and the cake — it was very rustic.” In magazines and wedding sites online, sugar flowers made from gum paste are popular, but when translated into a real-life wedding, brides and grooms find they are costly because they are painstakingly handmade. “In our area, most people use fresh flowers ... because you can use flowers and still make it your own by what you choose,” Basch said.


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The bride and groom can unwind together in one of the rooms dedicated to couples’ massages at the Lavender Spa in Fish Creek. Submitted

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