Here are a few of the professional shots from Sarah and Neil’s wedding, courtesy of Cory Trese Photography (www.corytrese.com)
Archive for July, 2007
I’m super excited about the new logo Kristen (Letter Heads, Ltd.) has created for me. I plan on locking myself in the office all weekend (although with an open floor plan and no office door that may be tricky) to re-do the website, etc. It’s exactly what I wanted even though I didn’t know it. Kristen is fabulous, and I highly recommend her for all your stationery needs :) She also just launched a very cute greeting card line called Cardiology– take a look at the website, and expect to see them in stores soon!
This evening, I met up with the ladies of the Bridal Studio to work on our “Bitter Bridesmaid Bash” which will be held on September 13th. The following bars are on board: Backstage Cafe, Clique Lounge, Deadwood and Keefer’s Irish Pub. Other sponsors include Say Cheese Photo Booths, CincyChic.com, and Maize Music. Our sponsor list just keeps growing! It is going to be such a great event, and of course is benefiting a wonderful organization– Kenzie’s Closet. For more information, email email@example.com
Yesterday was Sarah and Neil’s wedding– could the weather have been more perfect??? Sure, the wind was causing some issues with our table runners, but I much prefer wind to rain.
The ceremony was held at St. Timothy Parish in Union, KY about 5 minutes from the Wilson’s home. During the ceremony, back at the Wilson’s house, my lovely assistant Lauren completed all the setup and collected the gorgeous fruit display from Edible Arrangements (those things weigh a ton!).
The caterers (Sonny’s BBQ) arrived soon after, to set up under the tents (borrowed; all other rentals from Nelson’s), and the DJ (Tony from DJ Butlers) arrived as well. I can’t say enough positive things about either. Sonny’s was very prompt, friendly, professional and most importantly DELICIOUS. They fit right in with the casual vibe that Sarah and Neil wanted. Tony also did a great job of keeping the party going without ever once crossing in to “cheesy” territory as so many DJs unfortunately do.