Wednesday, July 28, 2010
A musical institution out of Virginia Beach, the Rhondels have been entertaining audiences of all ages around the country since 1983. This seven-member band performs all styles of music with high energy and amazing vocal harmonies. Come on out for a mix of rock and roll, R&B, beach music, Motown, oldies, country, retro, and Top 40!
The Rhondels are one of the best variety groups around and are completely self-contained. The group carries state of the art light and sound systems which enhance each performance no matter what the venue size. They are a dependable and versatile group that will handle ANY type of function in a courteous and professional manner.
They will be Performing August 13th at the Lake Matoaka Amphitheatre, located on the beautiful campus of William & Mary in Historic Williamsburg, VA. Only $7 per person!
And as always, while visiting Williamsburg stay at the Colonial Gardens Bed and Breakfast on the Historic Jamestown Corridor. Check reservation availability now 800-886-9715
Posted by A Williamsburg Insider at 10:07 AM
Monday, July 26, 2010
It's very likely that you will need some sort of toiletry item the day of your wedding. Maybe your hem will come loose or your nail will break, or maybe you just need a tissue to dry your eyes.
For whatever you may need, it's important to have a bridal emergency kit with you the day of the wedding. You don't want to be running to a drugstore or have your mom, groom or bridesmaid running out for you. To save time and calm nerves, it's better to be prepared.
If you don't end up using all the items in your emergency kit you can bring some of them with you on your honeymoon or have your mom or a bridesmaid pack them up and bring them home for you. They're all items that you'll use after the wedding.
Whether Eloping or an intimate wedding in Willamsburg for family and friends, Colonial Gardens Bed and Breakfast is you place for an amazing wedding. 800-886-9715
The kit should include:
Sewing Kit, including safety pins and small scissors
Clear nail polish (helpful for stocking runs)
Nail polish in the bride's shade
Makeup (you'll probably have this there anyway!)
Straws (for drinking without messing up lipstick
Brush and comb
Bobbypins and hair elastics
Baby powder (also useful for getting out last-minute spills on a white dress)
Eye-drops (look for redness reducing)
Contact lens solution
Tampons and pads
Headache medicine (bring two different kinds in case one of the bridal party is allergic)
If you're getting dressed in a place that won't have a bathroom near, you'll also want to bring a mirror, bottle of water, and moist towelettes.
Good extras: charged cell phone, camera for taking getting dressed candids, list of vendors phone numbers, wristwatch.