Event: Jess & Bobby
Hello One & All,
May I introduce to you Bobby & Jessica Fisher! These two amazing people met years ago by chance and the rest is history. Instead of marrying traditionally these two very unconventional people picked up and ran off to Utah. The Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument served as the back drop and with close friends and family around Jess & Bobby exchanged their vows.
Fast forward almost 6 months later, as they put the finishing touches on their newly renovated house, they gather friends and family around to celebrate their union. Threatened with rain for a week before and a forecast of 40% chance of rain on the day of, there was a scramble to find shelter. A spectacular friend of the couple came through at the last-minute and showed up with 4 easy ups and a tent. The day was saved and little did we all know, the rain would last for 30 minutes well before the party began and the sun would come out. A Southwestern vibe was in the air, as well as lots of smiles, laughter and sunshine. The event was simply magical.
I believe in gushing and giving credit where credit is due. A very big and very special THANK YOU to the following:
Jess & Bobby, for being such spectacular people and choosing me.
Jamie Boyd and Princess Leflore, for being my rocks and keeping me sane.
Hayley Hendricks & John Raiford, for their helping hands.
Amber Rountree, for great pictures.
Linda Fisher & Kirk Hills Presbyterian Church, for the tables and chairs.
Janice Hill, for the succulent favors.
Heather Adkins, for the colorful cupcakes.
Dale Mackey of Dale’s Friend Pies. Check her out at http://dalesfriedpies.com/
The Downtown Grill & Brewery, for the brews.
Leah Grosso Brady of Fabb Creations, for the custom made die cut kraft paper Thank You tags. Check her out on etsy.com at http://www.etsy.com/shop/FabbCreationsAll
Occasions Party Rentals, for the table lines. Check them out at http://alloccasionspartyrentals.com/
Everyone who made this day possible and to the guests for being there to enjoy it!
And that’s a wrap!