Sunday, March 18, 2012

Unique Photo Designs to Enhance Your Wedding Ceremony

My friend Anne Barnby creates the most amazing photo designs you can imagine. As stated in my last post, I adore pictures. Anne's creations are simply amazing and will only improve the decor at any wedding, no matter what you're envisioning. All brides these days are looking for something unique that will make their wedding stand out in their guests' minds. If you are looking for an exclusive design for your guest book, a layout for your engagement photos, the decorations for your tables, then the Go2Girl is where you need to shop next. Don't just take my word for it, visit Anne's site yourself and check out her book designs. I've also got some pictures of her photo cubes below.
Anne Barnby is also now my decorator for Wonderfully Wed. If you need assistance in creating the perfect reception, Anne will take your dreams and vision and make them a reality.

Anne and I with our beautiful booth (which she decorated) at the Spring Bridal Show.

Erin Joyner, Wedding Planner, Bryan College Station, TX

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Wedding Pictures

I cannot describe how much I LOVE pictures. I could sit and stare at beautiful pictures of children,brides, families, nature, animals... All day long. It is with great delight that I share some of the pictures taken at the wedding I coordinated a few weeks ago. They are deliciously, amazingly, blessedly lovely to view. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did! Fabulous job, Arlina Rose Photography! Look for JB and Jenny Benevides Covenant.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Olde Dobbin Station- A Charming and Truly Vintage Venue

I had the privilege of attending the Bridal Show for the grand opening of a wonderfully charming new wedding venue in Dobbin, TX. I had never heard of Dobbin, TX until I met Monica Orlando, a bride who hired me to coordinate her October 27th which will be held at this facility. This location appealed to me as a fan of history as well as a wedding planner. It used to be a watering station, as well as place for people to fellowship and go swimming. It was built in the early 1900's. When they purchased the property, it looked like this. And the pictures that follow are what the owner, Carrie McCoy, has done to transform this historical site into a place for your dream wedding. The best part about it is that it can seat up to 530 people. So, it is beautiful, historic and spacious. You can't get much better than that!

The beautiful entry way

The amazing and heavy front door.

So spacious! It seats up to 530 people!

I love the beautiful faux finish on the walls.

This is the bridal suite from 3 different angles.

Such lovely light fixtures!

Nice landscaping

The future chapel. I can't wait to see it completed!