Monday, November 29, 2010

Make up your mind bitch!

Sooooo..... over the long weekend, I found myself driving from the fiancé's house to head home. (we don't live together yet! LOL) for whatever reason I missed my turn so I had to take a different route through downtown. As I was driving I noticed an area I had never really payed much attention to before. So obviously the next day I had to take Shane over to see what was going on. Well come to find out we have been total idiots all of our cincinnati lives. How did we miss this fantastic newly rehabbed area.
This is what caught me eye...
Ice Cream Daydream! FAN~ FUCKING~ TASTIC!
Obiously I need not say much else.. but smack next to this amazing piece of art is an amazing place...and next to this amazing place is this 2nd amazing piece of art!!!
Seriously! Could this stuff be any more perfect for us? I have been chatting with a person about having our wedding and reception right in this alley and so far I am digging what I am hearing.
I promise we will settle on a venue by the end of the year. That is my goal.
In the mean time, I have ordered fabric for my bouquet. Yes.. I am making that bitch. why? because I make fabric flowers for 1, and 2nd because I just want to make a good portion of the little things. I am all about the DIY.
Plus the Ice Cream Daydream mural is sitting so nicely with me right now. I could feed off of that name for hours! I could base my entire wedding around that piece. Seriously!
Once we get this venue nailed down 100% for sure! Then I can start focusing on all the other details. Until we do have the venue choice complete I am not going to keep blogging venue after venue.. ;)

Thursday, November 18, 2010


Ahh the smell of things coming together is so rewarding.
I spoke to a very important person/vendor on the tellie this evening. He was so uber excited about our reception plans. (I can not tell because they are that freaking fantastic.) I can say that his enthusiasm was contagious and kind of made me that much more excited. EEKKK!!
Friday we have a cake tasting appointment! HA! This to me seems like the weirdest part of the whole wedding planning. I guess because we are not going to do a big cake, but we do want A cake. Because even though we are going non-traditional we still want a taste of tradition and Shane likes the cake cutting part and so do I. I will also say that maybe I am just cake tasting so we can say we cake tasted..HA! There are a few places that I have yet to even taste, believe it or not. So I feel like in order to offer our guest the best tasting cake we must go taste and I mean we should probably taste every cakery in Cincinnati. Friday we will visit Sweet Water Bake House. I have never had their cake at any wedding I have planned. So we shall see. Plus with the tasting we get to pick the flavors we would like to eat. Yum.
Also we have our stationery woman. Now if I would have been typing this about 2 years ago I would have said staionAry women. She corrected me ever so sweetly. She said stationEry is paper. StationAry is, in place. Duh I am a moron! But I love when people correct me. NO LIE! I take constructive criticism very well and love it! So the lovely Mrs. Amy Owens from Amo-Ink will be working with us to create some freaktastic paper goods. Maybe paper, maybe not. I dunno, but i like where she is going.
I love Amy. She was one of the first official wedding vendors I ever met. When I decided to take my business to the level of actually being a real business, I went to an Association of Bridal Consultants vendor appreciation party. I am not a huge fan of the networking thing so I literally had to talk myself into this the whole way there.  Once inside I saw a few vendors I had worked with prior, but none I really wanted to get to comfortable with. Amy was the one who introduced herself and I instantly loved her genuine personality.
When I decided to take my business out of my house, Amy was the familiar face I saw in the Wedding Mall where I moved. She has a very clean lined modern style, which I love but for me... we are going to work her left brain. I know she will produce some fabulous work. I am sooooo excited to tell her every single detail of what we have planned to date. I have yet to tell anyone and it is KILLING me! Well I take that back, I did tell Miss Nikita Gross of Nikita Gross Photography. By the way, if you are looking for a girl to photograph your wedding, you should talk to her, she is awesome. She was featured on Rock N Roll bride right here. 
So that is all I have tonight. I will leave you with a photo of my wedding planner pussy. She has been with me every step of the way while I search the internet for whatever I am not finding.. lol..

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

keep the bitch in check

I'm not even going to lie. I had a major bitch moment when we were having venue issues. I am pledging to let that be my first and last. I did not like it, and I always say if you can realize you are being a bitch, well than you probably are time a bazillion.

So from here on out anytime I think I may have a "moment" I will look back to this post and realize what is important. Which is going to be all laid out below in a pretty little list..
In no order of importance we have the following important things about our wedding and the planning....

* we will have one bad ass mutha f'n wedding regardless
* i have a Wai-Ching gown being made as i type this! WOOT!
* since i do things ass backwards.. my daughters will be my bridal party and my son will be one of Shane's men and I would not want it any other way.
* we are celebrating with our close friends and family.
* my dad gets to walk me down the aisle, and if he is not feeling up to par in the walking department my son will fill that roll.
* you know how they say there is someone for everyone, well Shane is my someone.
* I have a bad ass mutha f'n photographer!
* actually every vendor I have to date is pretty much amazing.
* I will have an amazing mother in law!

That is the start of my list. I may add more later but it is a good start!

Oh Yeah..

We have a venue.
Not a venue full of asshole, non-responding people either!
A venue full of super cool, excited, artsy, indie, fabulous people! PERFECT!
We will be having one hell of an f'n wedding at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center. That is no lie. Once we went in we knew... we had/have HUGE plans.
It was hard to steal photos from people on the web because not many have taken pics there apparently. So I will have to take some while I am there this weekend for the crafty supermarket.
These are the ones I was able to find and steal .

This place is so fantastic! I could not even imagine having our wedding reception in a venue that is not architecturally amazing.

Well what the hell

Who needs a dress when you can get an ass veil?

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Stomping my feet and pouting like a bitch #1

OK so what. I had my heart set on the venue. The venue we have been trying to sign a contract with since week two of the engagement. The venue person kept putting us off and putting us off. Well this past Monday we finally had an appointment to go sign the contract and go over details. Well 7 am Monday morning the woman called and cancelled. RAWR! I was pissed. Today she finally responded to my email about re-scheduling and said we need to wait until Nov, 5 to see where they stand with current negotiations with the landlord and the parking situation. She also said she may not event be there next year. WHAT THE FUCK! YES I said fuck. I am not even remotely ok with this. The venue is the ONLY venue in the area that has everything we want, in our budget, and once again has every thing we want. When I think of the wedding in terms of decor everything I envisioned fits this f'n venue. NO WHERE ELSE! I am not being a infant either. I know venues in this stupid area. I know what I/we want and there just in nothing else. One other venue has a little potential but it is smallish. I loved the open feel of the venue i want! (insert little bitch stomping feet and clenching fist here)
GRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!! all of my quirky little decor touches fit so perfect at that stupid asshole venue. GOD! ALL of my D.I.Y. projects for in that bastard suck balls venue, worked so awesome. I don't want to be back at square one. Really I do not! WHY? Because square 1 for me is even harder than square 1 for an average bride. I have seen all the venues. Yes there are some beautiful venues here, but they are not "us". Now i have to get extra creative and find a venue that is not even a venue.
And the poor groom, he just says "as long as we get married that is all that matters." yes, in reality it is. BUT that is kind of like us being on vacation and him needing a haircut and me saying "as long as you get a haircut it will be fine. who cares how it looks." REALLY!?!? Wedding planning is what I do. My wedding is the ONE time I get to plan my own wedding. I get to use my ideas, my style, my everything. It does matter. Yes, once it is all said and done, us being married is the big deal. BUT until it is said and done, the wedding is the big deal too!
Well I am stopping the pouty little bitch fest and will wait until Nov,5 to hear for sure what the venue's fate is. I am not crossing my fingers though.
So come Nov, 5 I will be blogging either a HOORAY! Or I will be going off like nobodies business.

Thursday, October 14, 2010


I'm not going to lie, flowers really did not seem to be an important thing for me. Mostly because I see wedding after wedding and the after the wedding flower throw away. I HATE it. But for some reason today I decided to make a list of the flowers I want to see at my wedding. Not necessarily on the tables or in a bouquet, but somewhere. Well I never thought my list would be a huge as it is. Nor did I know I had an obsession with purple and yellow.. hmm.. learn something new every day. So here is my photo board of the flowers I want.

see what I mean about purple and yellow.. and apparently I like odd shaped ones as well. Whatever, where will I put them all... next question.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

the girls...

Wow! I have really managed to get a LOT of the wedding planning knocked out.. kinda... One thing that is driving me INSANE is the fact that the point of contact at the venue is a slow responder. PET PEEVE! I hate when people do not respond to me with in a reasonable time frame.
Any who, here is where I am in the process...
Save the Date video, scheduled..
Dress.. CHECK!!! Will be complete Feb, 1~ and it is not one from her website!! top secret shit going on here.
Ceremony location and decor... check.. LOTS OF DIY to get busy on..
Cocktail hour location .. check.. decor.. not so checked
Dinner location check.. decor half check.. another MASS DIY situation.
problem I have.. linens.. even though I do linen rentals.. I want something I can not find.. therefore.. I must make them all myself, including napkins. But I knew this going into the wedding planning which is why I am getting the vendors knocked out quickly so I can sew for the rest of the year..
I know, I know.. some may be thinking.. I thought you said this will not be your everyday average wedding. Well hold your panties on! IT WON"T BE! but I do want people to still know it is a wedding! There will be a ceremony, and a cocktail hour and a dinner. That is all you need to know right now. It will also be fabulous!
Now.. onto what I am working on tonight.. The girl's attire.. I knew I wanted a small wedding all together. So it only makes sense to have the three most important people in my lives to be standing with me for my wedding. So my oldest daughter Raven will be Maid of Honor, my youngest daughter Chey will be a bridesmaid and my sister LaNaya will be a bridesmaid as well. Since my gown is being made by Chrissy Wai-Ching it only makes sense to have my girls made by her as well. I am going for this one.

The only thing I will change will be the colors. They will all have different colors that coordinate with my colorful gown :) I am sure Chrissy will shit when I ask her to make this for an 8 year old.. lol. I may make some adjustments on Chey's so it will be more age appropriate. But either way I think these dresses are fantastic!
What's left to book...
Maybe stationery.. I may DIY that as well, but not sure yet.

Must send florist contract.. problem. I am not sure if we will have any flowers!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Irritation #1

One thing I hate more then anything is having to wait to hear back from a vendor. This applies to my job as well as my wedding. I mean 24 hours, yeah ok, but days, absolutely not. It drives me INSANE!
So, when Shane and I toured Boost, we knew right away that we wanted it. I mean we would have signed a contract right then and there. The thing is they do not know what is going on. Cincinnati is getting an f'n casino pretty much across the block from Boost which will be taking their parking and quite frankly they do not know if they will move or not. This bothers me a little but after talking to the Boost person, she said she would put together a proposal for the venue. Well it has been two weeks and we have heard nothing! Also when I first contacted them to set up a tour, it took days to get a response. I hate that! Boost has everything we could want in a venue, but I am not willing to be irritated by lack of communication.
Therefore, I set up a tour of Venue 222. I have never been there but I do know that I need a back up plan now. Not 6 months down the road.  So far I love the fact that I sent a request for info and Cecilia responded with in minutes. Also, Cecelia is a well know wedding coordinator in this area, so that is perfect also.
So more or less, we are touring Venue 222 and I am crossing fingers that it will accommodate our needs and wants.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Things you will NOT see....

at our wedding..
So now that I have been engaged for going on 3 weeks.. ha.. I have heard this at least 50 times. "well since you are a wedding planner this will be easy for you. You probably already know what your wedding will be like."Ummmmm... that answer is a great big mother f'n NO!
Really the only advantage I have is that I know what vendors I will use. Yes, that is huge. I realize that many brides and boyz research vendors forever. So really that is my only "woo hoo I am a wedding planner" moment. I have seen the awesome and i have seen the god forsaken terrible shit.
I have not sat around since I was 4 planning my own wedding. I have other people's weddings to plan. Not mine. Vision... ummm nope.. Urban.. that is all.. But a comfy fun urban.. not a cold stiff wedding urban. Whatever......
So over the years I have seen some great weddings. AMAZING weddings. True reflections of the couple and their style. I have to say that I am GOOD, if not F'n AWESOME at getting a strange couple in my creative zone and nailing out their wedding in pretty much a day. I can do that.... I can figure out their style, their look, the entire wedding decor down to what they will wear in minimal time. BUT my wedding.. GRRRRRRRR.. I am at a big fat block. Got nothing! Not a single frickin' idea. How stupidly lame is that. Is all I can think of are the things that will not come within a mile of my wedding. I don't want to see them anywhere near my shit. so here is my list..

1. MONOGRAM.. I am monogramed to death. I don't want to see a f'n monogram anywhere within the vicinity of my wedding, reception, ride to wherever we go, ect... NO MONOGRAMS!
2. Monochromatic anything..
3. black with a pop of color .. F U pop of color
4. Candy bar
5. salad, meal, cake.. hmmm.. i dunno.. i am tired of it
6. cocktail hours are starting to irritate me, but I like the idea... need to work on this one.
7. Bachelorette parties. NO please!!!
8. any posed photos! NO WAY!
9. Aisle Runner.. god help me and that suck ass tape they put on those things. WTF.. do they think that shit works?
10. Traditional guest book or photo mat.  I do have a bad ass idea for this situation though.. Lips r sealed though.... ****cue demonic laughter****
11. a theme.. god damnit. I am so sick of hearing the word theme when the word wedding is mentioned. When i hear theme I think of kids birthday party. How about design, or style.. I like those words better.
12. favors.. GOD! google the words "wedding favor" you will see what I mean.
13. garter and bouquet toss, unless this is something the boi is dead set on doing. I would not like to do it.
14. any dance with the word money in it. Good Lord, really people get some class.
15. The title of being a "knottie" Since I am a vendor I guess that will never happen anyways but I am ever so glad.
16. White gown
17. Matchy McMatcherson brides maid dresses.. Nope
18. Cannon in D
19. Sucky wedding reception music
20. Seating chart. Please stop making these. They are a nightmare when you have more than 50 guest.

That is probably enough. Sorry to anyone doing these things at their wedding. I am a firm believer in your wedding should be a reflection of who you are as a couple. And these are the things we are not. That much i DO know. :)

Friday, August 27, 2010

History Lesson

Georges Claude was the first man to apply an electrical discharge to a tube of gas known as neon. What did he create... um mm hmmm. neon lights. You can thank him next time you are at a local dive bar and see one on the wall. Woot Georges.

F. Scott Fitzgerald. Author of the best book I have had to read in high school. To this day it is my all time favorite. The Great Gatsby. This book inspired me to study the 1920's. Which led me to my fascination of the art deco style of architecture and fashion of the 20's. I love F. Scott Fitzgerald. You Da Man.

Katja Kassin... Duh,, German Porn star! Everyone knows that.......right???

Anyways are you thinking that maybe our wedding will be inspired by 1920's art deco, neon lights and porn? Well it won't be. All of those above named achievers share the birth-date of September 24. A.K.A our wedding date...

SEPTEMBER 24, 2011... read it, remember it....

Thursday, August 26, 2010

The dress........:)

Well the designer. HA! Shane is a follower so clearly I will not post THE dress because I don't even know yet. I do know 100% that I will have a dress custom made by Wai-Ching. These dresses are AMAZING and 100% me. I would not even think of having a traditional gown. Not because I dislike them. I have seen a few that I love on other brides. But I have been a HUGE fan of these gowns forever now and I am SOOOOOO EXCITED to get busy with Chrissy on figuring out my design and colors. I think my girls will also have dresses by her. Just because they are that awesome and would go perfectly with mine. You can check her designs out here, Wai-Ching.

Saturday, August 21, 2010

The Venue

Originally Shane had the idea of having the wedding ceremony in an alley downtown. I LOVED that idea. We were especially drawn to the alley next to Nicholson's on Walnut. As well as the alley behind the Contemporary Art Center. The reception would be at another location and in less then 7 days after he proposed I had already spoke to Jenny at Boost for meetings sake on Reading Rd. to set up a tour. Friday afternoon Shane and I went down to look at the venue. We knew we wanted something very urban and I have always wanted a loft setting. Unfortunately Cincinnati just does not have much of that. I even suggested having the wedding in Chicago! So anyways we went to Boost and instantly fell in love with it. It can accommodate our smallish wedding of 100 guests. We thought maybe having the ceremony on their rooftop deck would be cool but after looking at it we decided the noise and size would not work. Jenny at Boost showed us the other loft they have (Loft 100) they have not even rented the space out yet. It was PERFECT! This space is on a floor below the actual reception space therefore it was perfect. Still urban and lofty yet separate from the reception. Also less work for the Day of Coordinator I will hire in terms of dealing with an alley way clean up.
So back to Boost, once we have the ceremony the guest will take then go up stairs to the reception area where they will enter into the first space for a cocktail hour. This space is so awesome!
The dance floor will also be here but not used for dancing until after cocktails. We will also have a lounge are behind where the marble pillars are. It is not in the photo.

Once cocktail hour is over the guest will then be moved into the next room for dinner. We will be using long 6 foot tables for dinner and it is going to be amazing.
We will be removing the rug they have.
After dinner the guest will be moved back into the cocktail area for dancing and also have the option to go up the spiral staircase to the roof top deck or hang out in the loft upstairs and watch the dance floor.
This venue is everything I could ask for in a venue. It will provide a fantastic flow for the evening offering the guest a different space to go to through out the night. 
Crossing fingers that the casino will hold off on building until after the wedding! :) 

Thursday, August 19, 2010

The planning...

Well it took all of about 10 minutes for the planner in me to take over. Immediately I started talking about dates, venues, guest list, decor, and so on. Shane totally went along with it. (he is a planner at heart) I think he will be a very involved groom.  I tried  not to be too crazy, but I could not stop planning in my head. As soon as we got home, I did our budget, called the one venue that I like (in hopes that it will work) and booked our photographer. It was so hard to pick a photographer because I have about 5 favorites. I love them all so much. Each one has a very photo journalistic approach to their photography but they are all also very different. It came down to, Steph Carson, Tine Hoffman, Cindy Wagner, Bob White, and Daniel Michael. All of these people are down right awesome so this was hard for me. Especially since it is one of the most important things to me.  After thinking long and hard I chose Steph Carson. I love Steph. I love everything about this woman! She is an AMAZING photographer, so truly gifted. Plus she is also a super cool woman! I really should try to spend some off the job time with her. She is that cool. I am so excited to have her on my team of vendors. Well I am excited that she is my team... I have not booked anyone else.
This Saturday we will be touring Boost for our venue. (see I waste no time) We decided that we can keep our guest list low in order to accommodate an awesome venue. Boost is not a huge venue but it has a rooftop deck overlooking Cincinnati, so we shall see. Also Jenny at Boost told me they may close or move due to the stupid casino they are building downtown. UGH! I will be so sad. I so want a lofty type venue for this wedding reception.

The proposal...Sneaky little devil

Ok, so Shane asked me if I would like to goto L.A. as a birthday gift/ weekend vacation. Of course I said ok. I love to travel and I have never been to L.A. Unfortunately, after I thought about it, I was being very closed minded due to media and the preconception that L.A. was nothing but fake women, fake men, fake boobs, and a bunch of faker McFakerson's and tourists. BUT, Shane used to live there and he has very close friends there. So I went along with the idea. We stayed with his friends,  Jason and Michelle, who were AMAZING! (see it never pays to be negative).  So the first night we were there in L.A. Jason arranged for a visit to a place called Magic Castle. It was their friend Brandi's birthday so it was kind of a surprise, Shane is here for your birthday kind of thing. We went and it was fun! Basically you watch some magic shows, eat and have drinks. I know Shane enjoyed seeing his friends and hanging out with them. It had been a long time since he had seen them. I enjoyed meeting them all as well. Brandi was so happy and excited to see Shane! It was adorable. And honestly these people were so super sweet to me, the unknown girlfriend. They acted as if I had been around forever.
Saturday, Shane and I woke up at 6:30 AM (like we did everyday we were there, stupid time zones). So we got up and went for coffee and headed up the coast to a beach he knew of. It was a great drive, lots of amazing beach front homes. When we got to the spot he knew of we walked on the beach, and saw some baby seals ( i say baby but I think they were adults. They were so cute and playing in the water, so in my head I think baby). It was actually pretty cold, like 55-60 degrees so the visit was somewhat short lived. We went back to Jason and Michelle's because we had plans for Jason to take us out on a Cessna plane for a short trip to Santa Barbara. That was all I knew. I also knew that the idea of a guy whom I really didn't know, flying me in a teeny weeny plane scared the shit out of me.  BUT, once again, I played along ( I am a team player apparently) and we all headed to the airport and met Brandi (who was equally as scared as I) and got into this 4 seater aircraft. I knew we were going to tour some vineyards and do some wine tasting so that was an incentive for me to go. (i think that was plotted). After we got up in the air, I was like WOW! this is not bad AT ALL! Jason was a great pilot and Shane's arm was a great grabbing tool. The view of California was BEAUTIFUL from the altitude we were at. We landed in Santa Barbara were we were met by our cab driver, that the guys, or Jason arranged for. He took us right to the vineyards. He even recommended which ones to go to. He was a good cab driver with stories and all.
So we got to the first winery which was Sunstone, it was beautiful. We got our tasting glasses and started tasting. I have never done wine tasting before so this was so much fun for me. The wine was excellent.  We finished our 6 samples and loaded up into the cab and headed to #2. It was okay. More of a fun casual atmosphere though. A bachelorette party was going on, in a not so cool kind of way.  The wine was ehhh.. the whites were ok but the reds were terrible. So anyways, jason could not drink since he was flying and I suggested that we get a bottle to take back so he could try it. We decided the 2nd wine we tasted at the first place was best. So we went back. Me, being a smoker (yuck I know I start Chantix tomorrow) said I would wait outside while they went in to get two bottles. So Brandi and I waited and in a few minutes the guys came out, wine in hand. Shane suggested that we go get some photos in this area that looks like it was a "wedding" spot. There was a terrible wire arch wrapped in dried grape vine and as we stood under it for our photo I said "Shane, if we ever get married we WILL NOT have one of these at our wedding." next thing I know he says, "well let's pretend we are getting engaged." as he gets on his knee. WHAT?!!?!?! I was absolutely blown away. So blown away that after I said "Shane! What? Really? and than hit him on the arm (jokingly of course)" I said "yes".  I had NO IDEA he had been planning this. I mean the chit- chat of marriage was going on, but I still did not expect it. I had showed him a ring I fell in love with. It was a black diamond in an antique setting. So AMAZING! And he totally listened, because that is exactly what he had in that little red box. I love the ring, I loved the proposal, and I love the idea of us having a life together forever.  So here are a few pics.
That is Jason and Brandi. So glad I met them and they were there to share this with us. 

This is us,  we look cool in head gear.

This is Shane asking me to marry him :) I guess I looked at Brandi and Jason wondering if this was for real. 
This is my amazing ring! Black diamond and it fits my personality so perfectly. I love it! 


we love photo booths. but  i doubt we will have one at our wedding. 

Intro to the Mr.

My boy, now known as the Fiance.. Is awesome. really, he is!  He is Shane, but I will come up with a amore creative name for him for blog reasoning.  He owns a hair salon. He is an amazing hair styler guy. He is F'n hilarious! The guy cracks me up. He is genuine, honest, reliable, creative, sexy, energetic, passionate, loving,supportive, and all around fabulous. I could not ever ask for a better fiance. This is him, my best friend and almost husband. 

INTRO..the brutal truth

Hi, I am Jen! If you are reading this, well you probably know me. Being a brand new blog and all it is not like it is getting mass publicity.
I am a wedding planner in Cincinnati, Ohio. I LOVE my job. I was never the girl who envisioned her wedding from the age of 4. Never played wedding, never thought of the perfect gown, flowers, or decor. None of that applied to me as far as I was concerned. The one thing that I did love was designing. I loved/love designing clothes, accessories, art, etc. That was what I was passionate about. One day a bunch of years ago as I was driving to my job, as a book keeper and it hit me. I was approaching the reading exit on I-75 when the words "wedding planner" came into my head. Huh? Where did that come from? I have never been in a wedding, never cared about them really. Never even seen the movie "The Wedding Planner". So why now? So I got to work and started doing some research. What does a wedding planner do? I spent days maybe even a few weeks reading blogs, looking at websites, looking at online courses offered and so on. I was intrigued. I was captivated. I was also disgusted. What the hell? How can some of these people be in the wedding industry when they have NO sense of style what so ever? Now i am talking nationwide here. (i don't want to piss off any local vendors :)) As a matter of fact I think Cincinnati of all places is pretty lucky to have the talent we have. Anyway, before I get off track, I decided I would give this wedding planning gig a whirl. So I did, and I was good at it from wedding number 1. I can honestly say I have yet to have had a wedding that I look back on and say what in the world happened. I can also say, that I am sooooo good at getting everyone else's visions. I can pretty much tell what the wedding will look like at meeting number 1. It is amazing and I love it. So with that being said, it is now my turn to have a vision! WOAH! WHAT? This is crazy to me. Crazy that I am having a wedding! It is also HARD! I have seen so many weddings and my style is so different then the majority of my brides. So even though I plan weddings, my own wedding will be so totally different then the weddings I am used to dealing with.
Alright, now you kinda know me so now I was to add a disclaimer....
*** this is MY personal wedding planing blog. Not to be associated with my career. I plan to be myself in this blog. Not the professional me but the real uncensored me. I will update daily with info from the process of my planning, decor, my frustrations, my vendors, bridal stress, budgets, DIY projects (which will be A LOT) pretty much anything and everything. If you do not think you can handle my sailor's mouth, my rocker chic demeanor, or me in general, well then don't read this blog.***

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