Geode and agate wedding styling ideas

Wondering what geode and agate actually means?

A geode is a concave rock formation which is lined on the inside with crystals. The most popular example is an amethyst geode. Agate, on the other hand, is a flatter rock which is characterised by bright colour and grain patterns.

Geode and agate are becoming increasingly popular in wedding styling circles, and, the beautiful natural rock formations can be used for anything from table numbers to the inspiration for your wedding cake design. Here are some geode and agate wedding styling ideas.

“When I watch The Wolfman perform I’m captivated,” Ani says. “Somehow he seems to capture the essence of super cool, sexy, hilarious and unpredictable all in one. He is fearless high energy entertainment! He is the real deal. Entertaining is what he was born to do.”

When asked how Sex and Chocolate got their cheeky moniker, Paul explains; “We wanted an image that would portray a sexy, fresh sound,” he says. “Our original name was TRU, which stood for`The Rest of Us’.

“Then one day we were approached by the manager of the Watermark Hotel who loved our show but thought the group’s name wasn’t marketable, and, he was right. He asked his female employees for band name suggestions for a group of three sexy young Polynesian boys and they came up with ‘Sex and Chocolate‘… and the rest is history.”

All of the band members have been involved in music for decades, some of them honing their voices in church choirs and winning awards both nationally and internationally. They now approach each wedding with a structure honed through years of performing at hundreds of events. “For me I believe preparation is one of our keys to success,” Ani says.