Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Meet our Couples!

Simply Unique Weddings & Events would like to begin taking the time to out to start introducing and recognizing couples who have booked our services for their wedding day. Although we have them featured on our website as "Meet our Couples!", we would also like to feature them on our blog as well.

Here is one of our newest & fabulous couple we booked not very long ago; Laura & Craig! Their wedding will be taking place in Buffalo, NY on August 22, 2009.

Our next fabulous couple is Danielle & Nathan! Their wedding will be taking place in New York City, NY on September 12, 2009.

This fabulous & unique couple, Lindsey & Henry! Will be having a destination wedding at the Woodloch Resort in Hawley, PA on October 18, 2009.

And last but not least fabulous couple, Ingrid & Warren! Their wedding will be taking place in Pittsburgh, PA on August 28, 2010.

Simply Unique Weddings & Events would like to say congratulations to all of our couples who have chosen to work with us! We are so excited to be working with all of you and we're looking forward to the BIG day!
Be sure to check back on updates of our couples, and we will be featuring more couples soon!

Happy Planning!

Friday, June 12, 2009

Our New Logo!

Simply Unique Weddings & Events finally has a brand new logo!!!! (Applause! Applause!) I have been waiting a while for this and I'm so very excited and pleased with the logo that will be representing Simply Unique Weddings & Events! Here are one of the logos (my favorite color by the way):

Since I am a big fan of color, our logo has 9 different colors/styles for us to work with. I have also re-designed our website just recently, so please feel free to check it out along with our new logos!


Monday, June 1, 2009


For those of you that planning to follow certain traditions such as the "garter/bouquet" toss on your wedding day, why not spice it up a bit?! Check out Bleu Garters, if you want to view some gorgeous garter creations such as these:

Even if you're not going to follow certain traditions, that doesn't mean you can't wear one right?