One of the best things about the Minnesota wedding industry, from the vendor side, is this big push for community over competition - collaboration over, well, over being big c words.

Hannah is the perfect example of that. Not just because she was SO excited, as a wedding planner, to work with her favorite vendors, but because she hesitated zero when asking me to be her day of coordinator. ME? You want me there ??? 

Dang. I was so glad to be there, and honestly you can here more about it from her on my podcast, Under the Veil (Episode 004 // A Friday Wedding Filled with Balloons). Not only is the episode HILARIOUS, but it's jam packed with excellent advice for planning your wedding, planning it the way you want to.

 

6 THINGS WE CAN LEARN

  1. It's okay to be strict about start times.
  2. If you're going to go with balloons for your decor, then put them EVERYWHERE.
  3. If you don't allow kids at your wedding, you don't allow kids.
  4. Sometimes what you plan (escort cards on the rim of champagne glasses) doesn't go as planned.
  5. Deciding, 10 minutes before your first dace, to do a balloon drop towards the end of that first dance only works if you have a day of coordinator to rally table 8.
  6. Last minute changes to room layouts make for momentarily cranky vendors.

VIEW THEIR VIDEO:

VIEW THEIR IMAGES:

Brovado Wedding Photography | Machine Shop Minneapolis | Sixpence Events Day of Coordinating 6 | bride carrying dress in the morning.jpg
 

CHECK OUT THEIR VENDORS:

Accommodations // Radisson Blu Minneapolis Downtown | Venue // Machine Shop | Caterer  // Surdyk's | Baker // Queen of Cakes | DJ // Humans Win! | Dress // Chantel Lauren | Dress Alterations // JenMar Creations | Florist // Studio C FLoral | Hair + Makeup Arist // Wow Bar | Officiant // Jeff Tenney | Photographer // Brovado Weddings | Designer // Girl Friday Creative | Rentals // Linen Effects | Stationer // Minted | Videographer // Jud Nichols | Wedding Planner // Sixpence Events & Planning

Prosperity, Love & Happiness,
Josey

 

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