Vieques Island, PR
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Three Time Bride's Choice Award Winner Suggests You Dig a Little and Learn A Lot about the Man or Woman You Plan to Marry
Interviews Available with Weddings in Vieques and Huff Post Contributor Sandy Malone
Sandy Malone, whose wedding planning companies, Weddings in Vieques and Weddings in Culebra, have received Wedding Wire's "Bride's Choice" award for the past three consecutive years, is available for interviews about her eye-opening blog posted Thursday in the Weddings section of the Huffington Post. "Have you ever snooped?" Sandy asks.
Sandy outlines some warning signs in her latest Huffington Post blog such as:
"You know you're in real trouble when you think he or she is lying to you about something other than cheating."
"Who cares if he hates his hometown, insist on going with him next time he goes. Even if his mom is living in a trailer with 16 cats, you should know about it before you sign on for life. I'm not saying don't marry him because one of his parents is different, I'm simply saying you should know what you are getting yourself into"
Sandy says the same advice goes for relationships spawned online.
"Just think of You've Got Mail
s in Seattle
For God's sake Meg, why can't you fall in love with somebody you've met??? For all she knew, Tom Hanks might have been an axe murderer."
For more insights from Sandy on dating, wedding planning and marriage, thoughts and ideas sure to get your audience talking, please search for Sandy Malone on the Gay Marriage Watch website: www.purpleunions.com
, or click directly to her latest blog here: tinyurl.com/7axoo9w
More about Sandy Malone may be found at www.weddingsinvieques.com
or www.huffingtonpost.com/sandy-malone Sandy is available by phone immediately. She'll be available in studio while in Washington DC from Wednesday, April 25thh through Sunday, April 29th.
Please contact Rita Rich at 301.404.9609 or email email@example.com
Sandy, a former Wall Street Journal writer, fell in love with this Puerto Rican jewel of an island when she was a media consultant for the Government of Puerto Rico during its effort to kick the U.S. Navy off the island back in the 1990s. When her job was finished, she continued to visit the island, located seven miles off the coast of the main island of Puerto Rico, as frequently as possible. In 2004, she got married on Vieques and found that wedding planning on an island located seven miles off the coast of another island called for her to use her skills as a seasoned event manager in Washington, DC. The San Juan wedding planner she hired and fired delivered nothing of what she promised, and Sandy and her then-fiancé Bill (a SWAT team commander in Washington, DC) ended up doing all of the work themselves. Now with almost five years and 400 weddings and commitment ceremonies under her belt, Sandy is the expert on Caribbean destination wedding planning, budgeting, and guest management.
Vieques Island, PR