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"I Do" in Sedona

In true "me" fashion I have been about a month behind on blogging, but that doesn't mean I haven't been SO excited to share the magic that was Rebecca and Doug's wedding day with the world. It seems like October was just yesterday and I can't believe 3 months have passed since I brought their beautiful wedding dreams to life. Rebecca and I have known each other since high school. We were in choir together but Rebecca (and her ridiculously stellar voice) went on to use signing as a career. It wasn't until she started a photography business (Rebecca Kaye Photography) that we reconnected as vendor partners in the wedding industry. Before she was engaged, Rebecca spoke of having me plan her

Thank You Gift Ideas for Your Wedding Guests

Gifting a small something to the invited loved ones on your special day is a no brainer. Actually, it’s become an expected tradition. Why not, right? These folks made an effort to be there, supporting you every step of the way. I’d say that’s more than enough to earn them a thank you gift! While general wedding favors for your entire guest list can take care of that, there are specific people, like the ones in your wedding party, who have played a bigger part than others. These integral people cannot be missed when it comes to gift giving. Here’s a helpful guide to pinpoint who should be at the top of the bride and groom’s gift list: Get a Gift to Each Other The simplest ideas are ofte