Songs by Sauda provides custom songs for our wedding couples and also performs it during the wedding ceremony and/or reception. These songs incorporate the couple’s interests, heritage and the unique elements of their love story into their own custom song. This is a wonderful gift idea for the couple that has everything or the bride/groom to give to the other as a personal gift to commemorate the day.
Each song and package is custom-created for every couple. Rates for a custom song fully produced and mastered begin at $1,000. This includes a live performance of the song at the ceremony with a trio of the bride and groom’s choice (travel expenses not included) as well as a CD of the song so the couple can play their song at every anniversary.
Classically trained singer/songwriter & composer, Sauda, is inspired by artists such as:
Corinne Bailey Rae
The Eagles and the list goes on and on…
Hi all, my name is Elizabeth and I am going to be taking over the A Big To Do Event blog this summer. Get ready for some fun ideas and information on weddings and events of all kinds! Follow me on Twitter (@ElizWeathers) or send me an email if you have any questions!!
So let’s get started, shall we?
It seems that there are many options for your bridesmaids when it comes to their dresses. They can all be in the same exact dress, similar dress but the same color, mixable tops and bottoms, etc. We’ve seen that for years. But what about our groomsmen? If you are looking for an idea of how to switch things up for the guys, this is an idea we love!
Instead of having all your guys wearing exactly the same thing, add some diversity with color coordinating ties. This gives each of them the chance to stand out a bit, while still being within your chosen color scheme.
Remember me? Last semester I led you through gifts, parties, questions and fashion for your wedding. You guessed right! Former A Big To Do intern Sarah is here because, I’M ENGAGED!
Even though I helped Erica for six-months, there is still SO much I am learning through this process (with the help of an amazing planner of course).
So here we are. Me planning a wedding, and you planning a wedding. So the only natural solution here is for us to help each other! For the next 5 months, I will be blogging about my struggles and successes of planning a wedding. Also, for the next 5 months you can comment, tweet or email me your questions or anything I need to know during all of this!
Lets go ahead and kick this blog off with my very first obstacle when I got engaged. Since I was 5, I have said I want to get married at Lovely Lane Chapel, a historic chapel on St. Simons Island where my family and I have vacationed all my life. When it finally came time to pick a venue I was very confused. Did I really want a destination wedding, or was my family so invested in the story, that I didn’t want to let them down?
After 4 days, and taking tours of 13 different locations for a reception on the island… I was more confused than ever. Sure I loved the chapel, and we had good options for reception venues, but is a destination wedding what I wanted?
My wonderful fiance gave me the best advice of all. On the phone one night while we were there I was venting about the decision, and how I just truly didn’t know. He said to me, “Sarah, you’ve been talking about this place since you were five. You love it, your family loves it. Don’t pick something else because its easier. We are all going to help to make sure it is your perfect day, even if it’s more complicated out of town.”
Our final choices ended up being Lovely Lane Chapel and Historic City Hall.
The wedding will have a romantic feel, with all dark wood in both locations, stained glass in the chapel and high ceilings with chandeliers in Historic City Hall.
So get ready as we have to work through caterers, rentals, bands, florists and everything in-between.
Check back soon; our next post will be on fashion and save-the-dates!