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Wedding Shoe News - Aruna Seth's Tiffany Blue 'Farfalla' Heels
Aruna Seth's Tiffany Blue 'Farfalla' Heels were stylishly worn by Actress Sara Rue this past weekend as she tied the knot with long time fiancee Kevin Price. The wedding attire selected, an Amsale bridal gown!

Congratulations are in order to the happy couple of course!

These Aruna Seth aqua tone pumps
, are embellished with a stunning Swarvoski crystal butterfly, and can be purchased at: www.arunaseth.com for $780.00.
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Aruna Seth set out to design shoes that would appeal to the inner-princess in every woman.
The collection of timeless designs includes Swarovski-embellished stilettos, chic ballerina flats, pumps and exquisite, fur-trimmed après ski boots. Handmade in Northern Italy six at a time, each design is embellished with diamante, taffeta frills or ornate bows to truly spoil. Aruna Seth London shoes are all about luxury- produced in small quantities with the highest quality materials and offering clients a special footwear experience.
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Needless to say, these gorgeous pumps can be worn by any quince princess celebrating her very own star studded coming of age party. Wow!, that's a grand way to step into a pair of high heels young ladies!

Happy Special Event Shoe Shopping Ladies!
The Event Lady



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Blushing, Bubbly, Bridal cocktails with HPNOTIQ Harmonie

HPNOTIQ Harmonie, a trademark of Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc., is a new lilac infused liqueur, one that made its debut this week at the Love Wedding Marriage Premiere in Los Angeles. To celebrate the unique flavor of this drink, here are a couple of cocktail suggestions they have concocted for the upcoming summer wedding season and shared with Florida Weddings and Special Events via E-mail. 

Needless to say...The Event Lady is hoping to taste
HPNOTIQ Harmonie Lilac colored version soon at a local event. I've heard it's delicious, and having tried the blue version; I might just acquire a taste for this pastel colored libation!  

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Blushing Bride
2 parts Harmonie
1 part Vodka
1 part white cranberry
Fresh lemon squeeze
Shake all ingredients vigorously (at least 18 to 20 shakes) pour in Martini or rocks glass, garnish with a luscious raspberry


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Sweet Harmonie
2 parts Harmonie and 1 part club soda over ice with a blackberry garnish
The Harmonie MUST be really cold before pouring.
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Happy Wedding Signature Cocktail Mixing!
"The Event Lady"





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Florida Weddings and Special Events Weblog
 
The Event Lady's blog posts are focused on the wedding, sweet sixteen and quince/sweet fifteen
celebrations of Florida, we love to hear about many other social events happening in our own Florida communities.

A quince celebration is very much like a wedding reception; it is a traditional coming of age celebration in a young woman's life within the Hispanic culture.
The Event Lady is an expert in both weddings and quinceañera events, and feeling proud of her Cuban heritage; enjoys this very special niche of the special event industry. Quinces parties have very similar planning needs to a wedding event.

We invite Florida brides and quinceañeras of all nationalities to comment on our blogs, each one has a small cooment link on the bottom of each post. 

We also invite wedding photographers to tell us about their great events; submit event images with your website credit on them of course on the lower right hand corner
so you can share bridal ideas and savvy wedding tips.

We invite any wedding and quince professionals to inform us about the latest industry news, useful articles and product updates.

We will review your submissions, and if we feel they could be good for this blog, then post them up for you so that the readers;
most importantly our Floridian brides, quince and sweet sixteen girls,
will have additional resources for their event coordination within our tropical Sunshine State region.