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Being in the wedding business equals a very busy life and brings tons of responsibilities, pure joy and life experiences that must be shared. Oh, and when you have the dream job you can’t help but write about it. Our blog provides helpful information about the wedding journey as well as stories about our family.

Lessons learned at the farm

Lessons learned at the farm

The wedding business is a busy one. In fact I think a common misconception is that we only work the weekends. 😂 Actually we work everyday of the week! Right along side us is our sweet little son Drake. Drake was born when we were in the building stages of the wedding venue so this is all he has ever known. He loves going to the barn and "helps" with whatever you will teach him to do. We have found there are so many great teaching moments when working with your hands.  Our little guy will be three this year and he knows the meaning of working together and the value of getting your...

A great year to say”I DO”

A great year to say”I DO”

I have fallen in love with the wedding styles this year! Mostly it is about simplicity which I personally adore. Cakes have become very beautiful with a more natural look about them; no fondant or fancy swirls just great cake with some artistically spread icing, a few flowers or some fruit and you are done! The popularity of wild flowers at events have made it THE year to diy your own centerpieces and bouquets. What makes this even easier is that people are NOT doing limited color selections; they are gravitating more towards a color scheme involving several colors! Mismatched dishes make...

What a Story the Walls Could Tell

What a Story the Walls Could Tell

"Ana! Come look at what Santa brought you!" I remember walking up to a life size doll house with real doors, windows and stairs! I played with that doll house for at least a good 10 years. What I learned more than 10 years later was that my Dad built it! My Dad is one of a kind and spear headed the construction of our wedding venue business; in no way could anyone have built it better. There are a multitude of memories in which the impossible was made possible and everything was fixed right the first time! It wasn't uncommon to find little smears of blood here and there on the worksite....

A Labor of Love

A Labor of Love

It seems like it was yesterday that I was a nurse and THAT was my calling. I look in the mirror now and find a whole different person staring back at me. It was only a few years ago that I would wake up at 3 pm to prepare to go work the night shift caring for the precious NICU babies. Now my days are filled with tours of our wedding venue, planning with brides, planning with other events, marketing, answering phone calls and emails all with my precious son by my side. It is funny how you think you know what your life will be like, what you will be like. As you get down the road you stop,...

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