#TipfulTuesday: Cocktail Time!

Lets be honest at a wedding guest are always interested in what adult cocktail they will be offered. Having a wedding signature drink is a fun way for a couple to incorporate a little piece of their personalities into a unique detail for their wedding day.

If having an open bar is something you are undecided on, having a signature drink is a good way to find a middle ground. You can create a his and hers drink or just one that is a combination of the two of you.

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Create a drink that ties into your wedding theme or style. This jalapeño margarita is a perfect Texas treat for out of town guest.

 The colors of the drink can go with the colors of your wedding and you can even add some fun details like colorful straws or drink stirrers. Add a fun sign with the name and ingredients in your drink with a pretty picture and you’re all set for your wedding signature cocktail!

Tell us all about your signature wedding cocktail, did your guest love it? Follow us on Facebook @SarabethEvents or Instagram @SarabethEvents.


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#TipfulTuesday: Summer Wedding Cool Down

Summer is a popular time to say “I Do” as we slowly are approaching the hotter days of the season here are some favorites of our to help keep your wedding cool!


Sitting out in the sun can heat up real quick. Make sure you have created layout for both your ceremony and reception that provides some shade. If you’re out of luck on shade add a tent with AC options. Parasols, fans and sunglasses are also great ways to bring down the sun and can make fun wedding favors.

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Always have a beverage station ready that your guest can guzzle on! Having iced water and lemonade provided to guests prior to ceremony and throughout the evening will help keep your guests and their temps tires at bay!

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Offer chilled treats!! Whether for a cocktail hour pass or a midnight snack, you can never go wrong with an ice cream truck, shaved ice or popsicle cart! Find fun new flavors and colors that will tie into your wedding for a sweet treat! We love Steel City Pops here in the DFW area.

Wedding pool party

For those having festivities beach or pool side, take be afraid to take advantage of the water, but definitely wait until you have the go ahead from the bride! You can do a trash the dress photo. An after pool party might be exactly what you need to cool down on such a fun night!

How do you plan to cool things down this summer for your wedding? Tell us all about it, follow us on Facebook @SarabethEvents or Instagram @SarabethEvents.


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#TipfulTuesday: Including Your Groom In The Planning

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Planning a wedding can be one of the most stressful situations a couple is put through. Most fiancés will say whatever she wants I am happy with, but really she wants your opinion and thoughts.  You are about to say “I Do” for the rest of your life and you will be turning to each other for years come; needing each others opinions. We have come up with a few ways to get your groom involved in the wedding planning.

First sit down and discuss what you are both wanting out of the wedding. Does he want a band that will keep the guest dancing all into the night? If so put him in charge of the entertainment. Of course you both need to make the final decision together but he will be in charge of finding the bands and picking out the best one!


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The attire is very important for the bridal party, the bride is in charge of the bridesmaids so put him in charge of the groomsmen’s attire. Have him go try on styles and colors you have both picked. Then after selecting the mens attire he will have the task to get all the information to the groomsmen so they can get fitted.

One of a grooms most favorite parts of wedding planning is the food. When selecting your style of wedding discuss what kind of food you both want served. Maybe he loves hamburgers and fries and really wants to serve that at the wedding. Don’t worry you can totally do this with mini burgers served for cocktail hour or as a late night passed app. Be creative with his wishes when menu planning.


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With all this planning you are both going to need a vacation. Traditionally the groom is in charge of planning the honeymoon. So tell him just a few of your destination wishes and then let him take care of the rest.

Throughout the entire planning process keep him involved by giving him updates or asking his opinion. Show him the flowers you have picked. Let him decide on his style of grooms cake. Of course you two do not need to go to every vendor meeting together but just make sure his opinion is present.

We hope these tips help you with keeping your fiancé involved in the wedding planning process. Tell us all about how you and your husband planned your wedding together follow us on Facebook @SarabethEvents or Instagram @SarabethEvents.


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#TipfulTuesday: Wedding Dress Code

When planning your wedding the question of dress code comes up often. How causal do you want your guest to look and feel? We have come up with a few wedding dress code descriptions to help you when planning your wedding and help your guest on what to wear!

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Beach Destination:

Women- summer dress, light and flowy fabric, maxi length or above the knee, with sandals

Men- khaki or linen pants or shorts, button down shirt, no tie, with sandals or loafers


Women- Sundress, long or short skirt, nice shirt, with strappy sandals or wedges

Men- khaki pants or shorts, nice jeans, casual button down shirt



Women- a “little black dress”, cocktail dress made of chiffon or lace with heels

Men- Light or dark suit, tie, dress shoes, dress shirt



Women- Cocktail dress, chiffon or silk fabric with heels

Men: Dark business suit, tie, dress shirt, dress shoes

Black Tie:

Women- long evening gown, cocktail dress with high heels

Men- tuxedo, formal white shirt, cuff links, black patent shoes, black bow tie

We hope this helps you and your guests on knowing what to wear to your dress code wedding! Tell us all about your wedding dress code, do you wish you would have done black tie or causal? Follow us on Facebook @SarabethEvents or Instagram @SarabethEvents.


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