It was a busy weekend for HEA Weddings, three weddings in two days. And everyone of them went perfectly. I couldn't be more thrilled with my staff for all their hard work in getting everything ready and helping me execute these flawless weddings! I only wish I could clone myself to be everywhere all the time....hum...maybe I need to work on that! haha
First one I have to share with you is Sarah and Clark. A beautiful ceremony at the Pettengill/Moron House on Moss Avenue in Peoria. This house is part of the Peoria Historical Society and I couldn't be more thrilled to find this little gem of a site. Of course when I took Sarah to see it, the lawn was covered in snow, so she had to use her imagination just a tad.
The reception was at The Cornerstone where the guests enjoyed a Photo booth, Video Games (3 different TV's set-up), and outdoor games like Bags and Horse Shoes....Sarah and Clark wanted ALL of their guests to enjoy themselves, not everyone likes to dance, so why not have other interactive things for them to enjoy...and that they did!!!
Luckily the weather was perfect and the day went wonderfully thanks to so many fabulous vendors:
Heaven on Earth Floral Design and Wedding Boutique
Schilling Photography - Photographer and Photo Booth for the reception - HUGE HIT!!
That's a Cake
I Do Events
I adore Sarah and her mother Lindsey, they were so wonderful to work with and makes this job the best ever! I received an email from Lindsey at 12:45 AM that read:
Just going to bed after a perfect wedding day for Sarah and Clark. My family was so impressed by the wedding and all the attention to detail. We couldn't have done it without you. I really wish you could have been at the reception too, but Melissa and Jamie did a great job. You guys are just AWESOME and I can't thank you enough!
My heart was full after reading that email!! Nothing better than receiving emails and text messages from your clients the night of, in the wee hours saying how great everything was!! Nothing gives me more satisfaction...I love this job!
The pictures above are courtesy of Schilling Photography.