When you first enter, you might think you've found the Wedding Wonder Land. The shop is like one big giant display case for all the wedding decor things they can provide. You might think that this is the place where the magic happens, but actually this is just where they plan and store some of the magic until your wedding.
When I hear "wedding planner" I can’t help but to hear the theme song of "Mission Impossible."
They also plan, organize and equip wedding parties, and events for any number of guests you have in mind. As a veteran I obviously compare my experience to imagined expectations of things outside my own background. I imagine being able to say, "Houston, we have a problem," and immediately someone speaking on a head set saying, "Red team go, red team go, this is not a drill." And then people, like ninjas, jumping out of no where and doing whatever is neccessary to get the job done, while being perfectly dressed. But in the real world, nothing goes smoothly or gets fixed without a great deal of planning and team work well in advance. One might even say, "An advance party," (military reference), which is more like a political party, where everything gets hammered out, rough edges are smoothed, until a single unified vision for the future is agreed upon. And then the planning to achieve that intended result is done, carefully, accounting for all the details, like General Dwight D. Eisenhower. All of this is precisely why you need a wedding planner.
History Lesson: General Douglas MacArthur called General Eisenhower, "the best clerk I ever had." While General Eisenhower said he, "studdied dramatics (acting) under him (General MacArthur) for 12 years."
They do the planning to make sure the magic is there on your special day, in the right place, at the right time, so everything goes off without a hitch. This is also the place where much of the magic is worked up while planning your wedding.
Browse around below and check out some of the items available for decorating that one day in your life.
They understand that you can’t expect all men to know how to dress themselves, so they help you get them
into best tuxedos. And quite frankly, on behalf of all of us, the men are thankful, really, just tell me where to stand!
Cakes, bird houses, Gazebo’s, Trelaces, stands, tables, chairs, napkins, glasses, real crystal, menus, catering
arangements, gifts, cards, invitations, finding great locations for your wedding, picture frames, experience reflected
refferals for independent photographers & catorers, wines, champaigns, adice on music, tents, buildings, indoor or outdoor.