I am always in awe of people who see the world in a different way than I do .
I always love hearing the stories of how couples get together and what it is that brought us to this day....their wedding day!
It was incredibly hard to have a bad day if Danielle (Dani), AJ, and their families were around. My face hurt from laughing on several occasions after being around them.
Green Orchid Events, in conjunction with Coastal Cigars, is giving away a Boss Box to one lucky groom! The Boss Box is a wooden box containing 4 cigars, a cigar cutter, and a mini-bottle. The cigars are the in-house blend known as “Carlos Villa”. The cigars (Carlos Villa) are a Dominican filler with a Connecticut shade wrapper. To enter, simply comment on this blog post and explain why your husband to be is the most deserving of this special gift. Winners will be announced on July 20th.
More about The Boss Box:
The ‘Boss Box’ is a great gift for any well deserving husband-to-be. You can have the name of the Groom placed on the face of the box! The “Boss Box” is a cigar gift box that includes two separate compartments. One compartment is designed to hold four cigars, matches and a cigar cutter. The other compartment is designed to hold your choice of a mini bottle, poker chips or Nike golf balls. The front label on the box can be specialized to show a picture, quote or design of any kind.
Coastal Cigars is the premier cigar rolling company in the country based out of Charleston, SC. If you are having a wedding, throwing a corporate party, or organizing a special get together, please contact Jimmy@CoastalCigars.com for more information on our services. Coastal Cigars is able to provide you with unique event ideas and customized cigar gifts. For more information on how they can make your next event truly unique go to their website at www.coastalcigars.com
Because I like things even and not lopsided, I'm a fan of the Double Windsor style tie. However, I know that we are in a different generation that our parents'. It's amazing how many men do not know how to tie a tie as I've noticed while coordinating weddings. Today, Lifehacker did a blog post about "Dress Up Your Ties with the 'Merovingian Knot". He explains that the knot was featured in the Matrix movie however it is actually called the Ediety Knot.
I would love to see one of my grooms and his groomsmen try this style tie. Check out the video below: