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WedLuxe published our wedding of Shardae & Dan

FOREVER TRUE WEDDING PLANNING AND DESIGN provided full-service event planning and design services for Shardae and Dan’s wedding on September 4, 2011 at the SUTTON PLACE HOTEL VANCOUVER. “We wanted the feeling to be elegant, classy and modern with touches of a vintage feel. We also wanted our guests to feel warm and welcomed at a modern and trendy downtown urban wedding, reflecting our own lifestyle,” says Shardae.All of their wedding day stationery was created by Michelle Mark and Tara Thorp through the stationery division of Forever True Wedding Planning and Design.

“Tara designed all of our stationery by picking all the colors and styles of the paper. We wanted the look of the stationery to reflect our overall vision. Using different textures and colours, it all came together and looked amazing. It’s important that from the first invite everything works together. Once we put all of that together, Michelle Mark, Tara’s designer, did all the graphic work and assembled everything. In the end there were invites, RSVPs, escort-cards, menus, programs, and favor boxes. It looked amazing!” says Shardae.

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Forever True Wins Best of WedLuxe 2011 Award for Excellence in EVENT PLANNING!

We are very pleased to have won the WedLuxe 2011 Award for Excellence in EVENT PLANNING! The annual “Best of WedLuxe” awards were created to recognize the individual talent and contributions of Canadian event professionals whose work was featured in a published real-life WedLuxe wedding in 2011. Stay tuned for our next feature on our published weddings in WedLuxe.

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Destination Wedding Published In Real Weddings Magazine

We are very happy to share the Real Weddings Magazine editorial on Amber & Tyler’s Destination Wedding in Mexico. It was a pleasure working on this destination wedding and making it elegant and glamorous. At Forever True Wedding Planning and Design we plan Local and Destination Weddings which you can read more on below.

There are two kinds of weddings, according to Tara Thorp, principal planner with Forever True Wedding Planning and Design. There are local weddings, which are about the couple, and then there are destination weddings, which are about the guests. “Destination weddings are more about the romance of the location, not necessarily about the location itself,” says Tara. One challenge with getting the elegance and glam that Amber wanted was the uncertainty of vendors in Mexico. To get around that, Tara brought everything she could from Vancouver. “I brought the paper and stationery, even the linens. Basically, if I could get it in a tote-bag, it came with me,” says Tara.

Read more: http://blog.realweddings.ca/cancun-capers/#ixzz1l5w3sEbC