It is officially spring…we think…at least Mother Nature is sort of cooperating. Her tradition of snow on the grown in the morning, gone by 10am is definitely in full swing. I absolutely love this time of year. Never mind that it’s my birthday month, but there is something amazing about celebrating another trip around the sun while daffodils, tulips, muscari and all trees are blooming.
I always look forward to that one day where you notice that the trees have gone from barren to *POP* green and gorgeous. There is one street in Bozeman, where this is always super obvious.
This is also how I feel about events. I feel that we always spend months and months doing forms, details, contracts, floor layouts, and then *POP* it’s time to do the fun stuff…table top layouts, coordinating with calligraphers, invitations start arriving. And the event or wedding seems real life. It’s one of my favorite seasons – Spring and the blossoming of a new wedding season.
I think that’s why this year’s Bridal Walk was SO.MUCH.FUN. We talked to so many couples in the early stages of planning. Some in the late stages of planning that were just sealing up the final details, and those that just got engaged.
It was a lovely spring day, we were situated at The Baxter in their lovely ballroom, and the day couldn’t have been more perfect. In addition, we released our new MENU. Designed by the lovely Ivy Taylor, we have a new menu of services that couples at the Bridal Walk were able to view first. We’re excited to expand our services to offer a variety of new options.
So, here we go…jumping into the field of refreshing new-ness. We hope you’ll join us! There is SO much to experience in the next few months. Before you know it, it will be May Day!
Last year, February 14th found us in the great Montana town of West Yellowstone. We designed and planned a Montana Valentine’s Day themed wedding for a small group of fun-loving Canadians. They were some of the best, most fun wedding guests we’ve ever had. Now, you might think that February 14th in West Yellowstone of all places would be frigid with snow up to our eyeballs. Our Canadian friends would have loved that. In fact, they pulled into our little town stocked with brand new sleds. No, not the plastic kind children use, but gorgeous snowmobiles. Unfortunately, it was 63*degrees and the snow was melting faster than…well, it was melting fast.
Luckily for us, that didn’t dampen their spirits and we ended up having an amazing time. In the past year, there have been many times when we’ve come back to that design knowing that we wanted the opportunity to do it again. We were in LOVE with it all…no pun intended.
So, for this Valentine’s Day, we got the “band back together” and recreated Alaina and Mike’s wedding (with their permission, of course). We also added some of our favorite faces to enhance the setting!
We hope you enjoy – and Happy Valentine’s Day! Go kiss, hug, cuddle, or tickle the one you love.