All of my grooms are terribly supportive. They love on their bride (or their groom), make encouraging facial gestures often, and hold their spouse-to-be's hand every chance they get. They may not care as much about floor length linen or about the color of the bridesmaid's shoes. But they care a TON about their fiancé and the wedding they are planning together.
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Cameron kept Lauren in line, when she wanted to go bat shit crazy about a planning detail, he contributed his fair share and he was a constant reminder of why they were getting married. L-O-V-E. And that's all you need.
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6 THINGS WE CAN LEARN
- Having an on-site coordinator, who is also the owner, means you'll get more than what you paid for.
- Wooden crosses aren't always as stable as they look.
- A DJ who emcees is crucial.
- Outdoor wedding photos are practically a requirement.
- When your wedding is full of people your age, play the hits and sing along
- Having your decor in labeled boxes can save hours of confusion during setup AND take down.
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Accommodations // Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown St. Paul // enVision | Venue + Caterer // Historic Concord Exchange | Baker // Lunds & Byerlys | DJ // Complete Wedding and Events | Bridal gown // Our Shoppe Bridal in Stillwater (Allure Dress 9322) | Bridesmaids dresses // Azazie | Dress alterations // Amazing Alterations | Florist // Martha's Garden | Hair + Makeup Arist // 139 Hair by Heidi | Officiant // Wooddale Church | Photographer // La French Touch | Rentals // The Seatery | Stationer/invites // The American Wedding | Videographer // Dan West Films | Day of Coordinator // Sixpence Events & Planning
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