Heather Perrin: Macon, GA Wedding Planner
Heather Perrin Weddings
Wedding Coordinator in Macon, GA


What is a wedding coordinator? This service can go by many names (Day-of Coordinator, Wedding Management, Month-of Coordinator) but it is essentially this: a wedding coordinator takes the plans you have worked tirelessly on, and makes sure they happen smoothly and that you have a fun, stress-free day.

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Sarah + Cam | Milledgeville, GA Wedding

Thank you Sidney Middlebrooks Photography for these beautiful images!

From the first time I spoke with Sarah, I knew her wedding would be a blast to be a part of. She is kind, laid back, and beautifully organized - the bridal trifecta - and was so sweet to work with! Sarah knew she wanted to enjoy her wedding and not worry about the little details that can cause so much distraction, so she very intentionally assembled a team to make that a reality. She and Cam wanted to celebrate with a small group of friends and family and enjoy one another. Now that's a wedding vision I can get behind!

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The Venue

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It was such a pleasure to work at the new Milledgeville venue, Adam's Acres Riverside Events. The location is absolutely picturesque, situated right along the water with lots of greenery to explore. Sarah and Cam's photographer, Sidney, has a blast exploring the property and the pictures show it! This sweet spot has been in the owner's family for many years, largely unused, so he decided to turn it into something beautiful! The arbor sets a perfect backdrop for the ceremony, and the covered pavilion is ideal for a reception - rain or shine. With so much gorgeous scenery, this fall wedding was absolutely breathtaking. Because they built the venue from scratch for this express purpose, no detail was left out. A warming kitchen, bride and groom's suites, and plenty of storage for their tables and chairs are small conveniences that make a huge difference on a wedding day! 


The Flowers


Lizzie from Little Blue Knot designed a wedding that suited Sarah and Cam to a T! Sarah is classic, romantic, and laid back, and Cam is a wilderness lover at heart. Lizzie incorporated wild floral elements, soft flowing drapery, and a s'mores station - all to represent and reflect the couple's unique traits. She even helped source mini pies to accompany the brides' and grooms' cakes! Lizzie's style is artistic and organic, and she loves to create a floral design that is true to the couple she's working with.


The Food

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In the days leading up to Sarah and Cam's wedding, I had several folks tell me how excited they were to have Heirloom Cafe from Athens catering the reception. Having spent very little time in Athens, this was new to me and I was excited to try it! And ohhhh man. They did not disappoint. This local spot is known for its farm-to-table cuisine with a unique flair. The menu included classic southern dishes like collard greens, mac n cheese, and pulled pork sandwiches, all with a special twist. The meal was served family style on funky dishes you'd find in any southern grandma's kitchen, and each dish was scrumptious. And they were just a ton of fun. Great food, awesome service, and a really good bunch of folks.

Other vendors: 

Officiant: Reverend Gale York | Ceremony Music: Kazanetti String Quartet | DJ: Memory Makers Music & Lighting | Cakes: Slice

Congratulations, Sarah and Cam! What a sweet day!

Candace + Grant | Macon, GA Wedding

Thank you to Holly Von Lanken for capturing these lovely photos! It was a pleasure working with this fabulous photographer!

What a sweet surprise when Candace and Grant walked into church on Sunday morning, visiting with their friend (and mine too!) and soon-to-be usher, Marshall. "Hey! I know them! I'm coordinating their wedding!" I had met Candace briefly a few months before when she inquired about me coordinating her fall wedding, and it was so fun to see them in my home and church! Little did I know that by the time their September wedding rolled around, Candace and Grant would be regular members of our church and small group!

I had a unique advantage in preparing for this wedding, because I got to befriend this sweet couple before I even started working with them. So the process was a little extra special as I got ready to help them celebrate - both as a coordinator and a friend.

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These two have Georgia bulldog blood running through their veins, and a whole tribe of people who couldn’t wait to celebrate with them. A bridal party of 8 on each side, plus 4 ushers, sure makes for a party! Throughout the entire process both Candace and Grant were ready to be married, to love one another well, and to enjoy the day.

The Venues

Newton Chapel

Candace and Grant didn't meet in Macon, but they moved their lives here when Grant began preparing for Med School at Mercer and Candace graduated from nursing school and took a nursing position in middle Georgia (yes, they're a very medical family). In my humble opinion, there are few better places for a ceremony than Mercer's own Newton Chapel (as you can see here and here). My heart. After tying the knot in amid the stained glass and wooden pews, they took the party to another Macon favorite: The Blacksmith Shop. This classic venue was the perfect place to host the celebration Candace and Grant had in mind. Elegant and cozy, with plenty of room for a dance floor. 

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The Food 

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Sometimes brides and grooms must look no further than family for their wedding pros, and this family is blessed to have a real gem in Alexander’s. The groom’s aunt and her team were not only a full-service catering company, but they handled all of the décor for the reception and executed a fabulous meal for both the reception and rehearsal dinner. The food was impeccable, and the service was so impressive! Y’all know that I am a sucker for a well dressed table and a professional staff, and Alexander’s definitely brought both. They were an absolute pleasure to work with.


The Entertainment

There are SO many great dancing shots of these two. They just know how to boogie.

There are SO many great dancing shots of these two. They just know how to boogie.

Candace and Grant wanted to spend their day having fun, and the reception entertainment was certainly no exception. Rusty Pearson with Entourage Entertainment kept the party going and kept my feet on the dance floor more than once! Candace and Grant’s guests knew how to have a good time, and Rusty was just the person to set the stage. If a DJ is part of your vision for a perfect wedding day, Entourage is a fantastic choice!

Other vendors:

Photographer: Holly Von Lanken | Bouquets and Boutonnieres: Roy Lamb Floral Design | Organist (Ceremony): Martha Clay | Hair and Makeup: Amber Amick

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It was a special privilege to serve these two and to be a part of their day. Congratulations to Candace and Grant!

Victoria + Jess | Milledgeville, GA Wedding

Thank you Zach Robinson Photography for the beautiful photos!

If you have spent any time around here, you know that I am a firm believer in making your wedding day look however you want. If you want a six-piece band and a party that lasts all night – go for it. If you want an intimate dinner with your closest people, do that. If you want to get married at 10:00 AM so you can hop in the lake that afternoon, by all means! So I was thrilled to hear that Victoria and Jess had planned a sweet lakeside ceremony and brunch reception at Victoria’s parents’ home. It was SO. Much. Fun.

These two lovebirds were about to embark on a new journey - Jess was about to be stationed in Anchorage, Alaska, so it was important to both of them to soak up this precious time with family and friends. Jess' dad was the officiant, childhood friends and siblings made up the bridal party, and the day really did end with a dip in the lake! Victoria and Jess make intentional choices about their wedding day - choices that reflected who they are as a couple, their values, and that allowed them to relax and enjoy each other. 

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The Venue

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It’s hard to go wrong with a lakeside view, and Victoria’s parents’ home was picturesque. Goodwin events set up lovely dark brown chairs to face the water, and the bridal party made their entrance over a gorgeous sun-dappled bridge. I nearly teared up (let’s be real, cried big tears) as the bride crossed the bridge and the sun lit up her beautiful face. Ugh. Mesmerizing. Just behind the ceremony area were cocktail tables and seating for guests to enjoy the beautiful morning.


The Food

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Cast Iron Catering (formerly Kudzu Catering) was just fantastic. I have a serious problem with breakfast food (as in I love it way too much) so I was delighted to hear waffles, grits, egg casserole, and coffee were the menu. The food was fantastic, and the staff was exceptional. I always appreciate a catering team that values presentation as highly as quality of the food, and CIC has it down. It was not only beautiful, but so tasty! No matter the time of day, you can’t go wrong with waffles.


The Flowers

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Mindy at Luella Floral Design has a fabulous vision and execution. The central piece of the day was an amazing flower-draped arbor set at the ceremony altar. Mindy and her team assembled the flowers on site and created a perfect backdrop for Victoria and Jess to tie the knot. They also brought three gorgeous urns filled with blush and green garden tones that added elegance to the backyard affair.

Other vendors:

Photographer: Zack Robinson | Hair and Makeup: Fringe Salon | Rentals: Goodwin Events | Videography: Dynes Media | DJ: Legacy Events 119

I have been privileged to work with some amazing families, but I don’t think any of them have been as laid back as Victoria and Jess’ crew. They were happy to be together, to be celebrating, and to be at the lake. It was a beautiful morning to get married. Congratulations again Victoria and Jess!

Kelby + Patrick | Macon, GA Wedding

Kelby and Patrick’s wedding was a sweet reminder that family is a treasure, and that love really does carry us when we walk through life’s toughest seasons. This beautiful couple loves Jesus, one another, and their families, and that shone brightly during their wedding celebration.

Thank you Josh and Rachel Best for these beautiful images! Josh and Rachel are a husband and wife team based in Florida, but they love to travel all over the world. And they were so sweet to work with!

Kelby and Patrick had a wedding planned for December in the bride’s hometown in Florida, but life took them in a different direction. When a family illness became more pressing, they replanned the entire wedding—six months sooner, and in a different city! Kelby and her mom were absolute rockstars at assembling a brand new plan in a short period of time to make sure family was first. I was bowled over during the entire process by their beautiful and loving hearts, and it was such a joy to serve them.

The Venue


Planning a wedding in a short period of time can put pressure on the venue search. When many venues book months and years in advance, it can be difficult to find the right place in time. Kelby and Patrick found the Hay House, and it turned out to be the perfect spot! If you’ve never been to the Hay House, you should absolutely book a tour. It is a piece of history, preserved and presented right here in Macon. The gorgeous antique finishes make this museum/venue a treat to be in. I can just imagine Jane Austen-esque dances in the ballroom and sitting for tea in the drawing room (yes, I know I am both historically and geographically inaccurate, but it just feels right!). Because they host so many events throughout the year, they also have a fabulously capable and helpful staff who know just how to make your event work. They were so great to work with, from seating charts to set up to break down. Just lovely.


The Food


Y’all know I am always going to talk about the food. Again with an accelerated timeline, Kelby and her mom initially came up against some trouble finding a caterer. In the end, they chose a delicious Southern-style menu from Honey Baked Ham. These folks know how to make scrumptious food, and the guests absolutely loved it! A carving station, green bean casserole, potatoes au gratin…yum. Plus their staff was so sweet! This was my first experience with their catering, and I have already called them for another event! Unexpected, but so tasty.


The Flowers


I love the fabulous vendors I get to work with in Middle Georgia, and that includes Joyce from Mulberry Weddings! The wedding-specific arm of Lawrence Mayer Florist in downtown Macon, Joyce is a joy to work with and loves to delight her brides! The flowers for the Hay House were both elegant and understated, perfectly complimenting the grand setting they were in. Not to mention they were so kind and flexible when our set up timeframe wasn’t as long as we’d hoped!


The Exit


Kelby and Patrick opted for a more…auditory experience for their grand exit and chose to have guests ring cowbells as they walked out! How fun is that?! These tiny gold bells were a fantastic send off, and doubled as a take-away favor.


Other vendors

Photographer: Joshua & Rachel Photography | DJ: Party Time Productions | Rental Company: Rental Concept | Cake: Amanda’s Cakery | Hair and Makeup: Kaitlyn at Utopia Salon | Cash Bar: Mike Taylor

This sweet wedding was so fun because it was full of life, love, and joy. It was an honor to serve these two families! Congratulations again to Kelby and Patrick!

Mindy + Jake | Dublin, GA Wedding
My sweet friend, Ashah Photography, captured these beautiful images! I know, she's amazing, it's true :)

Earlier this year, I found myself in the middle of a fairy tale. From our first phone call, I knew Mindy and Jake’s celebration would be the stuff of wedding day dreams, and it certainly did not disappoint. This true southern garden wedding draped in elegance and sparkle was one for the books!

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Mindy is not only a blushing bride, but she is a kick-butt entrepreneur who has opened her own floral business and shop. She is taking the middle-GA flower scene by storm and is a force to be reckoned with! Her incredible eye for design has not only helped her business to blossom (pun intended) but it made her own wedding remarkable. Her husband-to-be, Jake, was kind and fun-loving and couldn’t wait to be married to his girl and celebrate with their friends and family. This spring Dublin day was one I won’t soon forget, and I am so excited to share it with you!

1. The Venues

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Let’s set the scene. Born and raised in Dublin, GA, Mindy and Jake were true to their roots and tied the knot on Mindy’s family land. The ceremony backdrop was her gorgeous childhood home, and the reception was just a few yards away under a magnificent tent. Macon Tent Rentals never disappoints with their products or fantastic service and created a magical environment for all of the details to come together. Timeless Event Rentals provided the chairs for the ceremony, farm tables for the reception, and several other design elements that were just phenomenal.

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2. The Flowers

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As a florist herself, Mindy had immense dreams for her floral design, and Roy Lamb was the perfect person to carry them out for her. Lush, soft shades of blush mixed with wild sprigs of magenta, along with giant lanterns, candles, votives, and textured vases created a wonderland of texture and color. At the entrance to the tent, Roy crafted an incredible piece that stood over 6 feet tall and left a lasting impression. The tablecloths—a mixture of Mindy’s, Timeless’, and Celebrations by Alexa’s—tied the pieces together and gave the reception a luxurious, finished look. Truly, I’m still swooning over the design of it all.

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3. The Food

Celebrations by Alexa has an incredible reputation for not only delicious food, but a flawless presentation. Alexa and her team don’t simply set up the dinner and refill the plates, but they contribute to the overall design and execute a remarkable dining experience. Boiled peanuts, macaroni and cheese, and a mashed potato bar never looked so extravagant. The food was delicious, the service was spot-on, and the staging of the tables was beyond any I’ve seen. I was incredibly impressed by their professionalism and Alexa’s keen eye. If you are looking for a caterer with as much of a passion for presentation as delicious food, Alexa is your girl. Also, did I mention there was macaroni and cheese? Hello, awesome.

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4. The Special Extras

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In addition to the glamour and beauty of the day, Mindy and Jake included some sweet extra things that made the day special. Rather than a traditional father-daughter dance, Mindy’s dad sang “Tennessee Whiskey” for the newlywed’s first dance instead. Also, Elaine Burge painted a portrait of the ceremony on-site! I was blown away by her skill and the beautiful treasure Mindy and Jake have in that portrait. Finally, I loved the choice for the groom’s tie: a pheasant feather bowtie from Brackish Bowties—a classy and fun southern touch.

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I could go on for days about this dream wedding I got to be a part of. It was such a privilege to work with a team of incredible vendors, and to serve such a sweet family!

Kathlyn + Andrew | Macon, GA Wedding
Thank you to Amber Phinisee for the lovely photos featured here! She is an incredibly talented artist and I'm so excited to share these with you.
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Kathlyn and Andrew are two of the sweetest and most genuine people I have ever known. Kathlyn is unbelievably kind-hearted, and makes everyone around her feel welcome, and Andrew has such a heart for loving people. I met both while a student at Mercer but they didn’t get together until they were both working on Master’s programs and had overlapping assistantships. These two leave you with the feeling that you have been seen, heard, and cared for, and it was an absolute joy to serve them on their wedding day!

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There were a few details in Kathlyn and Andrew’s wedding that were a little less than traditional, and I absolutely LOVED that. They didn’t stray from the norm in order to stand out or be remembered as a unique wedding, but they made intentional decisions based on their priorities—not someone else’s standard. So if you are planning a wedding, or even dreaming about one to come, remember that you don’t have to look like everyone else. It’s your wedding, so do whatever the heck you want! Just be sure to remember that behind all the flowers, sparklers, and tulle, two lives are becoming one. And that alone is beautiful.

The Venues

Library Ballroom

True Mercer sweethearts, these two tied the knot in the beautiful Newton Chapel on Mercer’s campus. I am a little bit obsessed with this building—gorgeous stained glass, rich dark wood, and an immense organ that serves as the perfect backdrop to “I do.” They took the reception downtown to another historic Macon building, the Library Ballroom. This is another favorite venue for its vaulted ceilings, beautiful light, and classic charm (not to mention the huge history nerd/book lover in me that loves that it was Macon’s first public library!).

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One of the choices Kathlyn and Andrew made that was a bit outside of the usual was that they had a 10:30 AM ceremony! They loooove breakfast food and wanted to have a brunch reception with their family and friends. And since so many of them travelled from out of town for the wedding, they wanted to give them some time on Saturday to travel home if needed. Michael’s on Mulberry (just a stone’s throw from the Library Ballroom) provided some fabulous eggs, grits, bacon, biscuits—my mouth is watering as I type. They even had a coffee bar (duh) and custom coffee cups!

The Flowers


While I am a huge fan of flowers and am so grateful for my friends who are talented in that area, I was totally floored by Kathlyn’s craftiness with her florals. Y’all. She. Made. The. Bouquets. Kathlyn and her mom made the loveliest paper flower bouquets for her and her bridesmaids, and supplemented the décor with some fresh flowers delivered from Costco. Major props for making this their own.

*Side note, if you are hoping to make your own bouquets for your wedding, I highly suggest following Kathlyn’s example and using paper or silk flowers. While fresh flowers are beautiful, they are much more temperamental and difficult to keep alive the days leading up to the wedding. Don’t add that concern to your plate. Make some fabulous paper or silk ones in advance and they’ll be good as new on wedding day!

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The Cakes

Oh man. What a dream. Kathlyn and Andrew had not one cake, not two cakes, but A DOZEN CAKES at their wedding. I don’t even have to tell you how awesome that is. You’re smart people. They ordered six cakes, including a two-tiered wedding cake for them to cut, in a variety of flavors, and Kathlyn’s grandmother made the other six. Pure heaven.

Other Vendors

Hair & Make-Up: Kristen Andrews | Cake/Desserts: Rita Beachy and Kathlyn’s Grandmother | Photographer: Amber Phinisee

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Every wedding is unique, because each couple brings their own experiences, desires, and personalities to the table. In our highly visual and comparison-driven world, it can be difficult not to compare ourselves to the perfect pictures we see online (can I get an amen?). However, when we choose to make decisions in planning a wedding that value and honor our families, our community, and our soon-to-be spouse those comparisons hold little weight.

With love,


Sarah + Bryan | Macon, GA Wedding
Thank you to A. Thomas Photography for the beautiful photos featured here! See more on her blog at the link below.

My heart is full to overflowing with love for these two. It is unbelievably fun when friends and clients overlap and I get to serve the sweetest couples. Bryan and Sarah share a heart for loving and caring for people. They desire to know and love the people in their lives well, and always put others first. Their wedding was a beautiful Christ-honoring celebration, full of love, laughter, and community.

Bryan and Sarah both value relationships and are very intentional about pouring into the people around them, so their wedding was full of friends, family, and love. One of Sarah’s specific requests for me reflected this: At the end of the night, she knew it would be easy for her to get swept away in the hustle and bustle of her exit with Bryan, so she asked me to make sure they had a few minutes with their bridal party and family to say goodbye and give hugs before being sent out. This is another great example of making sure your wedding day reflects your priorities and what matters most to you.

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The Venues

A pair of college sweethearts, Bryan and Sarah said I do in one of my favorite places—Newton Chapel on Mercer’s Campus. I am obsessed with the beauty of this place, and I love any opportunity to return to my alma mater. Their reception was at a classic downtown spot—the Blacksmith Shop. This gorgeous venue was originally (you guessed it) a blacksmith shop, and hosts dozens of weddings each year. The space is so versatile, you can arrange it to suit your event. Bryan and Sarah for instance hired a barista company to make espresso drinks at the bar! (Can you tell we like coffee around here?)

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The Food

Jonah’s on Johnston from Forsyth, GA, made the most delicious treats for Bryan and Sarah’s hors d'oeuvre reception—and even made fresh pralines on site! The coffee bar was by Mocha My Day, and it was insanely cool. Lattes, mochas, and cappuccinos on demand? Sign me up! Sarah and Bryan share a love of coffee, so they collected dozens of unique mugs throughout their engagement for guests to enjoy and to give as favors at the end of the night.

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The Dress

Sarah’s dress was worn by not only her mother, but her grandmother as well. So much sentiment and love in those pieces of lace, and a true picture of Sarah and Bryan’s deep love and care for their families.

The Photos

Abigail Thomas is such a delight. You can see from the photos that she is incredibly talented, but she is also a ton of fun. Sarah and Abigail grew up in the same community, and were close family friends. Abigail is a total girl boss and was so much fun to work with! You can see more photos from Sarah and Bryan's day on Abigail's blog.

Other Vendors

Hair & Make-Up: Kayla Whittle | Floral Design: Blueberry Spring Florist | DJ: Simply Celebrate

Don’t mind me, I’m just sobbing over here thinking about these two and their celebration. I am so blessed to know these two, and so grateful to have been a part of their day!

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Chris + Kaitlin | Atlanta, GA Wedding
Thank you to Jill Doty Photography for the beautiful images in this post. Not only is she incredibly talented, but she is SO fun!

What do you get when you combine a food truck, a brewery, a live band, and a sweet couple joining their lives together? A fantastic Friday night. Chris and Kaitlin’s wedding was one for the books. My heart is so full over this wedding that I’m sure I won’t be able to capture it in the space I have here, but I’ll do my best.

Before she was one of my brides, Kaitlin was my mentor and supervisor in college! She taught me so much about event planning and was instrumental in me joining this field to begin with, so when I had the opportunity to help her pull off this incredibly fun day, I couldn’t have been more thrilled.

If you were to spend an afternoon with Kaitlin and Chris, you would quickly find how warm and welcoming they are. You would likely have a drink in your hand, a stomach ache from laughter, and a thoughtful conversation to ponder. These two are genuine and kind and dearly love to celebrate, so their wedding was sure to be a party.

The Venue

Monday Night Brewing

Set in Atlanta, GA, Kaitlin and Chris chose Monday Night Brewing for both their ceremony and reception venue. This uber cool spot is one of the city’s favorite gathering places and had a seriously fun atmosphere (don’t believe me? The ‘About’ page on their website lists 3 dogs as staff members, so beat that). MNB is not only a hip, urban setting for wedding, but it is a brewery, which means craft beer on tap. *thumbs up*

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The Food

What catering could equal the fun level of a brewery venue? Food trucks, duh! Yumbii is a fantastic and fascinating dining experience, combining flavors from all over the world with a unique spin. They served three flavors of delicious tacos with sesame fries on the side and had us all going back for more.

Chris jamming out to Emerald Empire Band and Kaitlin cracking up at his version of whatever song this is :)

Chris jamming out to Emerald Empire Band and Kaitlin cracking up at his version of whatever song this is :)

The Music

No party is complete without the entertainment, and the Emerald Empire Band absolutely set the tone for a great night. I can’t speak highly enough about their energy, the quality of the music, and how great they were to work with. Just wonderful.

The Photos

As you’ve already seen from the pictures here, Jill Doty is a fabulously talented photographer. What you may not be able to see is that she is also so much fun! She has such a lovely personality that having her capturing the day only added to the merriment. To see more photos from the day, check out Jill’s website.

Other Vendors

Hair & Make-Up: Van Michael Salon | Bride's Dress: BHLDN | Men's Attire: Jos. A. Bank | Cake/Desserts: King of Pops and Sprinkles cupcakes | Floral Design: The Bloom Theory Studio | Wedding Coordinator: Heather Perrin

The Bumps

While Kaitlin and Chris’s wedding day was incredibly fun and we were all thrilled with how it went, no wedding is without its hiccups. Some of the best advice I can give a bride-to-be is that something will go wrong. It may be something small, it may be something large, but that’s why I’m here! I’m committed to ensuring that your wedding day goes as smoothly as possible, even when the less than perfect moments do come. I firmly believe that a wedding can be perfect without being perfect. When these bumps do come along in the road, it helps to have someone who can navigate over them so you don’t even feel them.

1. Set-up Time – Because MNB is a functioning business during the day and Chris and Kaitlin had a Friday wedding, we only had two hours prior to the ceremony to get everything set up. That included tables and chairs being delivered, centerpieces assembled, and vendors in place. Not to mention, this is prime photo-taking time for the bridal party.

2. Weather – We all hold our breath for a successful outdoor ceremony, but mother nature had a different plan for us that day. We had to make a last minute switch to have the ceremony inside and then flip the room to have the reception in the same space.

3. Wardrobe Malfunction – In the midst of enjoying her sesame fries, an elderly guest accidentally bumped into the bride and caused ketchup to fall on her dress. A little bit of club soda and quick thinking kept it from staining her gorgeous BHLDN dress.

I tell you these things not to scare you, but to remind you that at the end of the day, the day will be over. You will be full of joy, heart overflowing from all of the love from family and friends, celebrating the beginning of your new lives together. If you ask Chris and Kaitlin, I know they’ll tell you they remember only wonderful things from their wedding day. It can be perfect, even if everything doesn’t go according to plan.

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I have so much love for these two and am so thankful to have been a part of this celebration!