Michelle Rago, Ltd.—Blog

Entries from December 2008

Destination Friday – Vizcaya

December 12th, 2008 · 7 Comments

  Built in 1916 as the winter home of a wealthy industrialist Vizcaya and its gardens have been beautifully restored and are open to the public. The villa is a spectacular setting for a wedding.     The couple had two ceremonies to recognize both the bride and groom’s religious and cultural heritage.    A traditional [...]

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Postcard from Paradise — Putting on the Ritz

December 10th, 2008 · 2 Comments

Early this week our team traveled to St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands to experience the recently refurbished Ritz Carlton  Resort.  Did I mention it was 19 degrees in New York City on Monday? The resort is on the eastern tip of St. Thomas and situated on the beautiful beaches of Great Bay. We had barely unpacked [...]

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Posted in: Our Travels

Be My Guest – Destination Paris

December 5th, 2008 · 3 Comments

In order to bring a broad range of fresh voices to the blog, we will periodically feature a variety of guest bloggers to share thier unique perspectives on weddings, destinations, venues, and just life in general.  I am very excited to introduce out first guest blogger, Francesco Spiezia of films by FRANCESCO, a boutique cinematography company with [...]

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In the News!

December 3rd, 2008 · No Comments

 Check out this link to THE KNOT. We posted a blog and wanted to share it with you!  http://community.theknot.com/cs/ks/blogs/wedding_style_file/default.aspx?MsdVisit=1 Enjoy!!

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Posted in: Trends

Butterfly Kisses and Wishes on Wings

December 2nd, 2008 · 12 Comments

At this Manhattan wedding, the bride brought a sense of joy and happiness to the process that lasted from the time we first met until the couple said their goodbyes to leave for their honeymoon.   Her excitement and lighthearted enthusiasm found its way into every aspect of the design and transformed New York’s formal Metropolitan Club [...]

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Posted in: The Detail that made the Difference