Weddings in Destin Profile | Camara and Marcus

Another amazing wedding in Destin is on the horizon on the SOLARIS yacht. Congrats to Camara and Marcus who will be getting married on the SOLARIS in November.
 
Here’s their love story: “We met 365 days ago and within a week of meeting knew we were right for each other. Our process was quick and easy. We got engaged on Feb 27th which is also Camara’s birthday and have never separated. We were made for each other. And with God in our lives, the love and support of our friends and family, and each other we are happy and a success.”
 
Camara loves to play volleyball and all other sports as well as watching movies and having fun outdoors. Marcus loves fishing and anything else that involves using his hands.
 
For their wedding, Camara and Marcus have chosen shades of blue and a beach romance theme – a perfect compliment to the SOLARIS yacht! Their priority is for their guests to have a fun and memorable experience. The cake will pay tribute to their roots with a traditional Jamaican cake (sounds delicious!).
 
We can’t wait to celebrate this great couple in just a few weeks!
 
weddings in destin Camara and Marcus

Destin Weddings Talk from Planners | Emergency Kit

After 10 years of planning Destin weddings, our wedding planners know that there will be last minute, not-so-planned moments on the big day. Kristi and her staff will have all hands on deck all day on your wedding day to coordinate outside vendors, decorate and assist in making your day perfect.
 
While we hope everything on your day is perfect, it’s better to be prepared for the before, during and after of the big day. Our Destin wedding planners will ensure that the bride and her bridal party on comfortable and prepared on the yacht’s private bridal suite.
 
destin wedding planners bridal suite

We always recommend that the maid of honor or the mom of the bride pack a “wedding day emergency kit” to avoid any last minute panics. Some things to include in the kit include bobby pins, q-tips, hair spray, mints, deodorant, curling iron, safety pins, small sewing kit, Tide pen, mouth wash, toothbrush, mints, lotion, back up lipstick / touch up make up.
 
Other things no bride should go without include aspirin, band aids, white chalk to cover any smudges on your dress), eye drops, extra panty hose, clear nail polish, hem tape and scotch tape. It also couldn’t hurt to have some snacks (granola bars, etc) on hand to make sure everyone is powered up before the big moment.