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St George Weddings Ultimate Wedding

This bright and cheerful wedding was so much fun to be apart of. The bride and groom met on the cheer squad at SUU. And love blossomed. They won the wedding giveaway from St. George Weddings and the amazing wedding team went to work. These amazing vendors made it all happen! And I feel blessed to be able to work with them all. Enjoy!

Planning & Styling: Middle Aisle & Irresistible Weddings
Photography: AK Studio & Design
Floral: Bloomers
Videography: Forevermore Media
Wedding Dress: Lauren James Bridal
Hair & Makeup: Kelli Miller
Jewelry & Accessories: Katie Dotson Designs
Grooms Suit: Celebrate The Occasions
Grooms Ring: Jonny Roxx
Invitations: Love to Announce
Paper Details & Signage: Kortney Eggertz Design
Venue: Sand Hollow Reception Center
DJ: Festival Sound
Photo Booth: Vintage Photo Booth
Wedding Cake: Sweet Cakes by Karen
Catering: Endless Possibilities

 

 

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Zion National Park Wedding

Forevermore Media has been popping out these amazing video’s I am just loving. And I just had to share!

This particular wedding is of one of the most gracious, sweetest and most loving brides out there we’ve had the privilege of working with. Carol Ann looked gorgeous and has an amazing personality to go with it all. I think you can definitely see her and Brooks wonderful personalities shine through their vows. They have such love for each other and life.

Brook + Carol Ann Wedding | Zion National Park from ForeverMore on Vimeo.

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When What Could Go Wrong Does…

Before each wedding every little detailed is planned to the last napkin on a table. It’s what us planners do. We are detail oriented professionals who can leap from each item, leaving clients head spinning with all the amazing detail possibilities. But sometimes no matter how much you plan the details something ALWAYS goes wrong. I really mean it when I say always goes wrong. This doesn’t mean the wrong is a disaster, but unexpected issues come up at each wedding. And that’s why you have a planner. My job is to make sure you never have to know or hear about the problems and you just assume everything went effortlessly. If you think it was effortless, my job was a success.

This past spring we had one of those “it’s a wedding disaster!” Moments. I still don’t think the family knows to the extent of what went on.(but probably will now 🙂 and that’s how it should be at the wedding. That’s why you hire a planner and sometimes people don’t understand the value in it.
This was an amazing outdoor park wedding I could t have been more excited for. The bride was darling, the decor was so unique and we had a great light canopy being set. An hour before the wedding we went to plug in the light canopy, the Photobooth and the speakers for music, and the power tripped. No problem, right? Reset. Tripped again! Panic time. This was one of those disaster moments. A quiet dark reception doesn’t really scream a brides ideal dream wedding. All troops came out. My amazing event staff ran to buy all new extension cords. Nope. Not the cords. Still tripped. It was the parks electrical that had a short!! The whole electrical. I about lost it. No one was available after hours from the park service, plus what can they do within an hour? Phone calls went out, a generator was brought in and 10 minutes into the reception we were brought back live.

Can you just imagine a bride or mother of the bride crawling around in the bushes looking for extension cords? Or frantically on the phone working out power while guests are coming in? They should never! They have their own duties to take care of, and planners have theirs. It’s over whelming to even think of having to play both parts.

Although exhausted, that night felt good to know a major crisis was averted. Who knew that would ever happen? But you always have to be ready for every little problem that may arise.

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Wedding Education

This week I got the great opportunity to learn from other wedding pros how to be even better at Wedding MBA in Las Vegas. Continuing education is so important to keep you on your toes and inspire you to be great. They had amazing speakers who are phenomenal in the wedding industry. Great to meet so many wedding pros.

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Light Canopy Event

Last week we got the opportunity to set up our largest light canopy to date! 4 men 11 man hours to light up the night for a sit down dinner party at Entrada for 500 realtors in Utah. Entrada was seamless with a guest count of 500, of course. They always impress me with there professionalism and ability to accommodate a group that large without a hiccup.

Would you like a light canopy at your events? Contact us for pricing. It makes a gorgeous addition to any outdoor wedding.

(Don’t judge the Iphone photos 🙂

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