Our wedding day was designed to capture “us.” With a bride from a small town simply hoping to elope, and a groom wanting a party with all the people we love the most surrounding us, we compromised…the first rule in marriage, right? We said “I do” in front of 300 guests in the Old Monroe County Courthouse, now a museum, famous for the replica made in the film To Kill A Mockingbird. Everything about our day featured a special meaning, as any wedding day should. The cotton from my family’s farm in each floral arrangement, our grandmother’s brooches, a necklace from my mother’s collection, the ceremony and reception venues, the menu, the people, the colors, the music and the Lemon Head favors. Everything told our story.
After a year of planning my wedding day, I guess it’s fair to say that all I learned while living in New York and working at Martha Stewart was put to great use. Events are just my thing. From a meaningful ceremony to a non-profit fundraiser, I’ve tackled my share of event planning and management. I love nothing more than taking the stress and worry away from others by turning their vision into reality down to every tiny detail.
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