Stylish Ideas for Every Ocassion

Make the day you say "I do" absolutely special-and absolutely extraordinary. Whether creating a black tie affair in a candle-lit ballroom or with bare feet under an arbor in a vineyard, the perfect wedding is only perfect to the extent that it's your personal style. JMG Design will ensure a perfectly created event -- carried off with style, finesse, and individuality. We can design the day of your lives with memories to last a lifetime. Contact us at for more information about our design services.

Monday, February 25, 2008

Color for the Groom

In the past, apparel for the wedding party usually consisted of plain, floor-length dresses and black tuxedos. But these days, the fashions can be as unique as the couples walking down the aisle. Grooms also are paying attention to their look.

Although black continues to reign at many weddings, color is now popping up as accessories on the men's side of the aisle. Vests and ties can compliment, but not necessarily match the colors of the bridesmaids dresses.

Sunday, February 24, 2008


Butterflies are cherished for their beauty and symbolism. These delicate extraordinary creatures enhance any special occasion, and create lasting memories. They are symbols of transformation and renewal to celebrate the changes in life.
Whisper your secret wish to a Butterfly and it will carry your desire to Heaven to be granted. Having given this sweet creature to the Universe, your wishes will be fulfilled in return.

Pink and Red Roses

Pink and red roses together symbolize passion and romance.

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Peach Roses

Peach Roses can convey many different sentiments such as gratitude, appreciation, admiration or sympathy. They can also convey friendship and sociability. A pale peach rose symbolizes modesty.

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Groom's Cake

Having its roots in Southern tradition, the groom's cake has been around for quite some time and is making a fashionable comeback on the wedding scene. The cake is meant to be a reflection of the groom's interests, whether it be one of his hobbies, favorite sport, alma mater,profession, etc..It's a personal choice when to serve the cake - either at the rehearsal dinner, as an alternate dessert with the wedding cake, or as a late night dessert for the wedding party. Obviously being named "Groom's Cake" it should be a flavor and theme that the groom enjoys.