Even if you had never met them before, seeing Scott and Nina together would give anyone the idea this was an exuberant couple, full of love for life and each other. Scott was from the corn farming country of Nebraska, Nina was from the gentle suburbs of Boston.
Their relationship began with tons of passion, both physical and emotional. They were in each other's thoughts all of the time, neither Scott nor Nina could concentrate on their job or on other family members or even other matters.
Scott and Nina were surprised and truly happy with the kind of excitement the announcement of their engagement brought to their family and friends. There were so many invitations to dinner, to cocktails, and just to small gatherings are friends where there were so many expressions of congratulations. They were on an emotional high as they entered into the world of wedding planning.
Without dragging things out to a crazy timeline, Scott and Nina had determined most of their wedding details by January. What decisions remained:
Finding a creative florist within 5 miles of their area was an enormous godsend for Scott and Nina. This florist knew more about planning a wedding than anticipated. They use the florist to help with suggestions for classical music quartet and is in the choice of wedding favors. The florist made two suggestions, the first was to hire a carry a picture or artist. She had worked with this young man before and found his work to be extraordinary. She also told them everyone always had a very favorable reaction to leaving a wedding with a funny caricature of themselves. The second suggestion was to incorporate imprinted wedding sunglasses into both the floral arrangements as well as into the entire wedding affair after the ceremony. Scott and Nina really loved that idea. We were very grateful that we had a relationship with that florist. Because they planned to mix the sunglasses in with some floral arrangements, they chose our bright and shiny gold metallic finish. We imprinted the logo with a nice bright white ink which really helped to show off their logo design. We delivered a split package for this particular order. We sent the glasses that were to be used in the florist bouquets to the florist. We sent the balance of the order to the bride and groom themselves. Everything turned out in a spectacular manner. Congratulations to Scott and Nina and best wishes for a long and happy marriage.