We had a very unique wedding. We were both active duty and from two completely different places in the world. Chris is from Alaska and Maria is from Texas; we met in South Korea, lived two years apart in Hawaii and Alaska, and decided to get married in Texas after Maria got back from a 6 month deployment in Afghanistan.
We had friends from all over the world come to our wedding in Aransas Pass, and wedding mapper made it so easy to print off maps, because all of the events were already marked. All they had to do was plug in where they were coming from.
These ladies are very creative and very good about talking plans out. However at execution, they are not so great. One of the coordinators lost one of the checks for my vendors. (she still hasn't found it) All of the details that I cared about were not executed.
They did an excellent job taking pictures of the event. The only thing that I with they would have done was take control over where everyone stood. They rely on digital editing and that is not something I am keen on.
The organizers are great people. Recommend meeting with the DJ they select b/c the one they gave us did not go well with the theme of our reception. AND he didn't wear what we had asked for him to wear.
The food that Eli made for the wedding reception was delicious!! Prices were reasonable, and they have great service!
Lisa does awesome makeup!! She is very gifted in making sure that what she puts on you will stay and will not make you look like a clown.
Nice people, but they don't act like your best interests are theirs. All of the men's boutoneeres (spelling?) looked like they had been put together with pieces of flowers and didn't look full. she said she was giving me a colorful toss bouquet, and what they gave me were four large callas...how do you use that for a toss? really!?
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