For many of us, planning our wedding started way back in kindergarten, when we first started dreaming of wearing that white gown and being a true princess for the day. I remember numerous playground weddings, juvenile practice for what would be. I myself got married to my own little girl crush, a blonde seven year old named John, in second grade. Planning that wedding was simple. Picked a couple dandelions, convinced my mom to send me to school in a dress that day, and made sure to keep ceremony and reception within the allotted 30 minutes of recess.
Of course, with adulthood comes complication. Planning a wedding can be one of the most stressful situations, with everyone slipping in their opinions and preferences. Your mother wants white table linens, your sister thinks roses are blasé, your mother-in-law to be insists on liberal use of the color green. Planning the most significant party in your life can go from calm to chaos, making brides-to-be want to rip their hair out. Why not just let go and let Colin Cowie?
Palace Resorts in Mexico has partnered with world famous wedding designer Colin Cowie to offer The Colin Cowie Wedding Collection – exclusive, all-inclusive destination wedding packages. Once only available to celebrity clients, now any bride can have the Cowie touch on their big day. With nine available design all inclusive packages, starting at $1,500, a dream beachside wedding can become a reality. Hotel wedding specialists will coordinate every detail, working closely with the wedded-to-be to create the perfect ceremony and reception.
Designed to mirror the exotic beauty of Mexico, these design packages range from classic to contemporary, antique to chic. Whether the bride wishes to walk down the aisle a princess for a day, or treat it as her personal catwalk, Colin Cowie has a design to perfectly compliment it. Available at all Palace Resorts in Mexico, as well as the all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotels in Puerta Vallarta, Cancun, Riviera Maya and Punta Cana. Check out http://www.palaceresorts.com/weddings/ for more information on these packages.