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.

SAME FOR CAMERON

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

  1. Having an on-site coordinator, who is also the owner, means you'll get more than what you paid for.
  2. Wooden crosses aren't always as stable as they look.
  3. A DJ who emcees is crucial.
  4. Outdoor wedding photos are practically a requirement.
  5. When your wedding is full of people your age, play the hits and sing along
  6. Having your decor in labeled boxes can save hours of confusion during setup AND take down.

VIEW THEIR IMAGES:

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CHECK OUT THEIR VENDORS:

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

 

Prosperity, Love & Happiness,
Josey

 

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