I had 3 weeks to plan a wedding after a sudden phone call from my son serving in Iraq saying he would be home on leave in April and wanted to get married. Wanting it to be a memorable occasion, my husband and I tried to do it all alone, from the locations to flowers to food. My plans started to unravel about 3 days before the ceremony when someone asked me a question about music. Humbly, I called Erin and she managed to help us have a truly smooth ceremony thru reception. I genuinely appreciate her expertise in this field.
Darlene Hamiter (Mother of the Groom)
Monday, January 21, 2008
Monday, January 14, 2008
I married my lifelong best friend, Rudy, 10 months ago in the freezing sleet out on a hill of bluebonnets. We decided we wanted to have a small family-only wedding and have a ceremony and reception a few months later with all of our friends.
Erin did a wonderful job coordinating everything at the reception. I didn't even have to think about where everyone would stand or even what to say -- Erin took care of all that!
In addition to Erin's help, her husband, Kevin, did the sound for us. I wanted a certain song played for our first dance, but didn't know which cd it was on or where to find it. He happened to pick the exact song I wanted and it turned out perfectly. I couldn't have asked for it to be better.
Erin is also the world's calmest person on earth, which is perfect for a bride because brides are the most stressed people on earth! Erin makes a wonderful wedding planner because she is friendly and energetic and works well with people. Both my family and my husband's have divorces, which can make a special day turn into a tense one very fast. On our busy and stressful day, Erin was happy and pleasant and peaceful. You can tell that wedding planning isn't just a job for her. It is a passion and a joy!