It isn’t often that we get to work long distance with a bride. When Ty-Juana and Domnick found us on Facebook we were excited about the possibility of working with a couple across the country. We knew that our recommendations and resources would be more important than ever. We also knew that it would take a level of trust between us and our clients.
Ty-Juana was planning an intimate wedding with close friends and family from all around the United States. The original wedding date was complicated with a Corvette celebration coming to town in late August. Luckily, the Historic Train Depot was willing to help us move the wedding and find a new date.
Ty-Juana and Domnick booked some of our favorite vendors such as, Mission Catering, John Bailey Photography, and A Family Affair Rentals. We also were excited to work with Allison Cross DJ services and and an African Drumming group. Using gold, black, and African inspired decor we worked tirelessly to create Ty-Juana’s vision. Throughout the entire wedding we were so lucky to meet and work with some extremely nice people. This was our second event at the Historic Train Depot, and we very much enjoyed working with their newest event coordinator. She was helpful, responsive to questions, and available when needed. Overall Kacey and I felt like the wedding day went smoothly thanks to Ty-Juana and Domnick’s laid back attitude.
To Ty-Juana and Domnick~
We appreciate you all so much. Planning a wedding is stressful, much less a long distance wedding. We are so thankful for the trust you put into us to aide you along the way. We wish you the very best in all that you all do. Much love!
Blair & Kacey
Photo: Bailey Photography /Photobooth
Reception Performers: African Drumming
Venue: The Historic Train Depot
Rentals:Bowling Green Weddings
Rentals: A Family Affair
Catering: Mission Catering
Cake: Mission Catering
DJ: Allison Cross
Hair: Natyka Alexander
Coordination: KB Events & Floral Design
Floral: KB Events & Floral Design