Thursday, May 2, 2013

Episode One

"Parsonage Events, this is Emily". For most of you, our relationship begins with this phone conversation. As their Customer Relations Manager, I have been with Parsonage Events for almost four wedding seasons and have loved every crazy, beautiful, FUN second of it! As your guest blogger for this series, I am very excited that the time has finally come for my fiance, Patrick, and I to plan our own special day.

Being a young female working in the wedding industry; it is hard not to constantly think of the dream wedding I would soon be planning for myself. With every situation I see our brides face, I naturally think of how I am going to handle that situation when I am in her shoes. With all of the AMAZING things I have seen during these past three seasons, it has turned into a game of not what I want, but what I do NOT want. So when my man finally popped the question, with ten days left before the end of the year deadline he promised me back in March (I knew I was marrying a procrastinator), it could be said that I hit the ground running. With the amazing support of our families, and my kick-a$$ group of designers at Parsonage Events, I knew my groom and I were going to have a wedding that will be hard to forget!

The EXACT moment he asked me to be his wife!

Before I took the plunge into planning my wedding, I definitely took the time to ask some of my married friends what they wish they would have done differently if they could "re-do" their wedding. Of course, they all said that their wedding days were perfect and they wouldn't change a thing, BUT many of them wish they would have put their photographer higher on their priority list. Hearing this, before contacting ANY of my other vendors, I contacted my absolute favorite, as well as a recommended vendor of Parsonage Events, Heather Saunders Photography.

Her pictures speak for themselves. I don't need to tell you her pictures are incredible. As a bride, I was looking for someone to tell a story on one of the most important days of my life so I can look back with my children and they can feel like they were at Mom and Dad's wedding. Heather's ability to not just take pictures, but to capture MOMENTS, is worth every single penny that I will sweat my butt off for this summer!

Check out more of my amazing photographer on her new Facebook page: 

Stay tuned for more fun updates! Muah!

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