Hello & Welcome!
That's us! Our first day as married partners. All smiles, laughter, and love - truly one of the best days of our lives.
I don't think either of us could have thought this adventure called marriage would get better and better each year we journeyed it together...
Smile lines have grown deeper, laughs are louder, and our love is stronger than ever.
We hope the same is true for you and yours.
The Story Continues…
Our journey together began with a memorable proposal. Jeff likes to think his proposal to Michelle in Guatemala, complete with dinner in a private ruins, two Guatemalteco guitarists and an erupting volcano (you can’t make that stuff up) could never be topped, to which Michelle consistently replies, “I’m sure you’ll think of something for our 10th anniversary!”
Michelle is a hopeless romantic who loves New York, Gossip Girl, and hangs on to the hope that Jeff will buy her Louboutins.
Jeff loves laughing at Arrested Development, living room bat flipping like José Bautista, and pretending he's Arnold at the gym.
We'd love to meet you and hear more about your story!
-Jeff & Michelle xo
Why we do what we do
Couples ask us all the time why we do what we do.
Here's the short answer: we love love.
The first look. The moment a bride shares with her parents right before walking down the aisle. The look on the groom's face when he sees his bride walking down the aisle. The look in their eyes as the officiant begins their ceremony. The first kiss.
These are sacred moments. Moments we feel privileged to witness. Nothing brings us more joy than helping others fully embrace these special moments in their lives.
A wedding is a celebration best enjoyed by being fully present.
Our job is to make that a reality for you and your guests.
It's why our role can look so different from wedding to wedding, and can involve even the tiniest, spontaneous details. Sometimes it's tying balloons on a flower girl's wrist. Sometimes it's sharing a quiet moment with the groom so he can calm his nerves (and tears) before the ceremony. Sometimes it's teaching a groom to tie a bow tie. Sometimes it's a last minute meeting, just to listen, so the bride can have someone to talk to.
Venue coordinators work for the venue, we work for you.
And it's the greatest job in the world.