Michelle Rago, Ltd.—Blog

Entries from February 2008

Destination Fridays

February 28th, 2008 · 5 Comments

In December, we had the great pleasure of designing a wedding in New Delhi, India. It remains not only one of the best destination wedding experiences of my career, but one of the greatest travel experiences of my life. The bride owns Magnolias Linens based out of Manhattan (check out her website-she is crazy talented www.magnoliasgroup.com). This wedding was […]

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Inspiration Tuesday

February 26th, 2008 · 6 Comments

I find that the most beautiful weddings often start with a single idea. I love the creative process of identifying the detail that makes the difference to the overall design. Each Tuesday I will identify some details and illustrate how they ultimately translate to the finished design. I hope you are inspired to look around […]

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Behind the Scenes

February 25th, 2008 · 3 Comments

How an event comes together is infinitely fascinating to me—there are so many components. Packing a truck is a mathematical equation (who knew I needed to pay attention to how to calculate cubic square feet in school). Months before we ever step onto the reception site, my Director of Production, Garrett Mastrogiovanni, needs to put together the right team, secure the proper […]

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Meet Michelle Rago

February 21st, 2008 · 5 Comments

As with any well thought out wedding, the first communication, often the save the date or invitation, is an indicator of what’s to come both visually and substantively. Like cracking a new issue of Vanity Fair Magazine, I beeline for the editor’s letter. It is one of my guilty pleasures each month…as I hope this will […]

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Destination Fridays

February 21st, 2008 · 9 Comments

Over President’s Day weekend we produced a wedding at The Breakers in Palm Beach. This wedding was a year in the creative process and many hours in the making. The journey started in our studio in New York City with mother and daughter. They were wonderful creative partners because they were certain about what they […]

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