A big hello and welcome to all my new Blog Readers!As this is my first post I thought I’d start things off with a shout out to the woman responsible for all this Jen of JK Photography.
I just did a wedding with Jen in Saugatuck and saw some of the photos she took that day posted on her blog – talk about stunning photographs!
I was so impressed that I knew I wanted to work with her again…after a wonderful phone conversation filled with words of wisdom from a fellow woman business owner poof my blog is born!
I hope to use this forum to highlight some of my fellow female business owners who I’ve had the privilege to work with over the years; professionals who take pride in their craft and are a joy and a pleasure to work with. These are the women that I seek out and truly enjoy working with; together we make a fantastic team that’s ready to take care of everything so that a bride can be a bride and enjoy her wedding day!
This months vendor love goes out to JK Photography! If you are looking for a fantastic, sweet, charming, talented photographer then Jen is the one you want. She tells me she loves the outdoor weddings, especially the beach ones – which is something else we have in common…I love doing beach weddings!! The sun and the sand in your toes, the lake waves in the background…the phenomenal photographs…and they are perfect for a sand blending ceremony!!
So Today’s Tip is: for a Beach Wedding couples should incorporate a sand blending ceremony using the sand at your feet. After all who wouldn’t want a little memento of the place where you stood and made your wedding vows to each other! But, no matter what, please don’t try to use a Unity Candle outside – it can be done and people ask me all the time to do it but it is not easy and more times then not one or more candles get blown out…especially when you’re on the beaches. If you are going to insist on lighting candles outside make sure you get a hurricane candle or glass to shelter it…just a friendly tip from the Rev!