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Get Married The Martha Stewart Way at Sandals Resorts

October 19, 2009 at 1:18 PM | by | Comments (0)

If you’re a home décor fanatic, and big fan of Martha Stewart, you’d think you’d want to throw yourself hook, line, and sinker into wedding preparations. But based on this new promotion from Sandals Resorts and Martha Stewart, it looks like there are plenty of nesting types whose passion for napkins and placeholders does not extend to destination weddings. (Hey, we don’t blame them. If we were on a tropical island with a rum punch just a snap of our fingers away, we wouldn’t want to be worrying about coordinating bouquets and boutonnieres either.)

The new Sandals Weddings by Martha Stewart “experiences” take the concept of an all-inclusive resort and a wedding reception package, and runs with it all the way to the crystal-clear shore. From January 1st, brides and grooms will be able to book one of six Sandals Weddings by Martha Stewart themes at 18 different Luxury Included Sandals Resorts and Beaches Resorts across the Caribbean.

Each them has its own color palette and style:

* Vision in White: Hints of eyelet and lace grace every detail.
* Seaside Serenade: Seashell, coral, and sand accents.
* Flutter of Romance: Pretty butterflies, charming and sweet.
* Island Paradise: Orchids and banana leaves evoke romantic tropical opulence.
* Chic & Natural: Clean lines create serene enchantment.
* Beautiful Beginnings: Elegance and simplicity for an intimate occasion.

The themes start at $1,500, and can cost as much as $6,000 (for that lush Island Paradise experience.) This does not include the resort stay, but does include a wedding consultant, officiant, marriage license, wedding and reception sites, sparkling wine and hors d’oeuvres for the bridal party, and a wedding gift from the resort.

Martha herself says:

“With an array of themes to choose from, each one offering coordinated elements and special details, every couple will be able to celebrate their special day in their own personal style.”

Or, you know, Martha’s. We can't buy her sheets at Kmart anymore, so it's good to know we can get a piece of her style at Sandals.

[Image: Sandals.com.]

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