Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Amy & Rick

Amy and Rick
September 8,2007
WOW! What a wedding. The day started off early at Mavris Arts and Event Center, unloading 142 pounds of white unscented candles, wine bottles and far too many wine corks for one person to count. The Christmas Light Pros were already there setting up. And John, Amanda and the rest of Mavris gang were dropping linens and cleaning up the room for the night's event. Things really started moving when Lindsey, our intern got there. Chad even swooped in and saved the day when the parents realized that they forgot the escort cards (Sorry about the speeding ticket).
Amy was beautiful in her ivory gown coupled with her cathedral length veil that has been passed down from generation to generation. The ceremony took place at Christ Church Cathedral. The couple had 9 of their closest friends standing up with them. Although, the day was raining it didn't bother either one them. We were even lucky enough to get some outside shots.
After the ceremony, guests enjoyed drinks and hors'duvoers on the 1st floor of Mavris. They also took Polaroids of each other and wrote in Amy and Rick's guest book. After the couple took a sneak peek of the room, they invited everyone to join them upstairs for dinner and dancing. After the cake cutting ceremony, Amy and Rick both wrote a speech for one another, there wasn't a dry eye when they finished. Both speeches were so touching and showed how much they really loved each other.
At the end of the evening guests grabbed a cab back to their hotel and a favor bag filled with Krispy Kreme doughnuts. The evening was magical, another great wedding.


Anonymous said...

I just wanted to reiterate (in a more sober state ;-) what a fantastic job you did with Amy and Rick╩╝s wedding. Everything was so well organized and ran smoothly it put everyone at ease and made it much more possible to have fun and enjoy the evening. I know Amy and Rick truly thought you were amazing and helped IMMENSELY in making their day simply divine.

I will definitely be passing on your name to friends and family.


Cameron Clodfelter

Anonymous said...


We wanted to thank you again for the outstanding job you and your staff did handling Rick and Amy's wedding. You even went the extra mile when it came to assisting changing the flat tire, and retrieving left items of importance. We have several weddings coming up with family and friends in the near future and will highly recommend you and your staff.