Our wedding was wonderful. The locations and vendors all did their work well, and we were able to enjoy a low-stress day with family and friends.
Joe works out of the Landmark Inn in Marquette, and can be reached through the hotel. He created an amazing gourmet cake buffet for us--eight different kinds of cake. He also made a chocolate monogram for the top of the stacked cake. I highly recommend Joe.
Located off Third Street in Marquette (near the University). Luteys was very kind and accommodating--the only florist who would meet with me without an expensive deposit. The men's boutonnieres were AMAZING, very chic. They also provided a tossing bouquet (to match mine) at no charge. The only problem was that there was some sort of miscommunication and my bouquet, which was supposed to be all red/dark red, arrived with white calla lilies in it instead of mini burgundy callas. The florist who delivered it was highly apologetic and helped me completely re-work the bouquet until I was happy with it (she offered to use floral spray to color the callas, but I declined). The delivering florist stayed to help pin on/arrange all the flowers. In the end I would still recommend their services. Everything was very beautiful.
Bill cut his arrival pretty close, but there was time for all the pictures we wanted. They turned out well, and he allowed us to create our own package with what we wanted and could afford. We bought the digital negatives and he mailed them to us at our new address. The photos were good quality.
The church looked gorgeous, and we paid the church's media director, Dave Celeskey, to run sound, lights, and to film the ceremony for us.
The church had round tables, white tablecloths, and black chairs enough for the 250 people we planned for. We brought our own centerpieces and red table runners.
Our rehearsal dinner was at the Landmark Inn in the Sky Room, with food catered by the hotel. Everything was amazing. The room was gorgeous--a fireplace, a beautiful mural on the ceiling, gold chargers under the plates and gold bows on the chairs. The view was unparalleled: Marquette's lower harbor, the city, and miles of hills and forest beyond. The food was incredible. We had the Landmark Salad, four entree options (steak, salmon, chicken prosciutto, and vegetarian pasta), and a unique, off-menu dessert created by chef Joe, who also did the wedding cake. The Triple Chocolate Mousse he created for the dinner was amazing. I highly recommend the Landmark Inn. Their service was impeccable.
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