The Wedding Day of a Prudence & Sage Coordinator

Updated: Nov 18, 2018



Casey and I met as most young people do, at a friends house for a New Years Party. We hit it off instantly, but still developing who I was and what I was looking for, I did not want something that felt so serious so soon. Which looking back now, was probably the best decision I could have made, I was not mature enough for what our relationship was about to become. Subsequently 4 years later the timing was undeniable for us to come together again. We really got the chance to appreciate each other this time. Fast forward another 4 years while on vacation in Florida with a few of our close friends Casey was getting down on one knee asking me to marry him, none of us the wiser that this vacation was about to start a captivating new chapter For Casey and I.

A wedding should speak to your personalities both as a couple and as individuals. For us, we wanted our wedding to feel open, free flowing, and inviting. We wanted a touch of elegance with our outdoorsy nature, surrounded by trees, family and love. Our colors were dusty rose, maroon, and lots and lots of green.

Tip from the Planner/Bride

It is important to set your priorities early with planning. Pick your top 3 priorities to guide you through your planning process, whether it be what you want to taste on your wedding day, or making your wedding intimate so you can enjoy everyone's company, use them to be your starting point with planning and the theme throughout your wedding.





These noteworthy cornhole boards were designed and built by a remarkably talented friend as a cherished wedding gift.


photo by: Shelby Payne Photography

Floral

Feeling surrounded by natural beauty, Country Boutique made my dreams come true with the floral arrangements. The different textures and colors made the floral sensational. One of my top three priorities for our wedding day was to have brilliant floral arrangements enveloping us.



Dusty Rose, Maroon, Green Floral | Wedding Coordinator | Marysville, WA



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photo by: Shelby Payne Photography ​​