The bride's favorite colors are orange and brown. So, in line with 2012's trendy wedding color, orange flowers were a large part of the decor. Trisha Barksdale Designs created the amazing bouquets, boutonnieres, cake decor, and corsages. Cakes by Blondie made the beautiful and delicious cake. I had the privilege of working with Jammin' Joe (Jospeh Sanchez) for the first time. He did a great job as the reception's Master of Ceremony. He is very flexible, friendly and easy to work with. I enjoyed meeting him.
Arlina Rose and her husband Chris were the photgraphers. They are fabulous, friendly, energetic and also great to co-labor with. Check out their blog and see for yourself!
Overall, the ceremony ran smoothly. The only glitch was that the best man was missing his vest for his tuxedo, but Men's Wearhouse was quick to meet me halfway and bring the missing vest. They were very accommodating. Casa Rodriguez catered dinner and it was delicious. Lively dancing was included in the reception.
It brings me great joy to be able to coordinate and bring everyone together for the perfect day. All the work is worth it when the bride's mom tells me, "I cannot begin to thank you. You were just what we needed."
I enjoyed a few moments of "playing photographer" and being able to take some pictures myself. Below are some of my favorite pictures.
Erin Joyner, Wedding Planner, Bryan/College Station, TX