Sometimes we’re with couples from day 1. Sometimes we’re brought in ½ way through, and sometimes we’re called up at the tail end of the planning process. No matter where the timeline falls, we always work to help with whatever the couple needs from whatever point they’re at!

Kendra and Justin had everything planned with checks and double checks. Along with Kendra’s mom Lori, this group had it all ready to go. We took all of their plans, notes, lists and details, and became the go-to people for all the vendors to let the couple enjoy the day they had spent so much time on.

From Laurie’s special meatball recipe, to the vision of having the guests mill about with cocktails and open food stations, their vision of execution worked flawlessly. The layout at Baker Lofts of round and long tables worked perfectly with the flow of the room, with florist Lily Wren pulling it all together. Long garlands of greenery with white and burgundy touches snuggled right into the gossamer table runners.

I’m not trying to make this a contest, but it would be hard to find someone to top this father-daughter dance. With a medley of fast and slow songs, complete with costume changes, this choreographed masterpiece stole the show.

We’re so very thrilled to have been a part of this family inclusive wedding, and will be dreaming of polka dot veils for a long while after!


Baker: The Oven Mitt Bakery
Catering: Gilmore Catering
Ceremony: Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church
DJ/Band: Moments in Time DJ’s
Florist: Lily Wren
Hair/Makeup: Bombshell Blowdry Bar
Photographer: Hannah Ziegler
Rentals: The Rental Company
Venue: The Loft at Baker
Videographer: ByDesign Films
Wedding Coordination: Paper Hat Weddings