When two people are together for a few days, weeks, months or years, does the look of love follow them around? Yes, it does, and in the case of Robert and Jessica their love was young. Marriage was in the air and began to infiltrate their conversations.
Although by many of their friends' standards, Robert and Jessica became engaged to marry on a relatively fast timeline, this optimistic and attractive couple only saw the positives. Both of them felt they knew it was time to move forward. Unbelievable to both of them, they instantly wanted to start a family.
Robert and Jessica were at the age when so many of their friends and younger family members had become engaged themselves. In one year alone, they had attended 12 weddings between them. So it was with some anticipation and caution that they decided to enter into planning their wedding by themselves. Or should they hire a wedding planner? This question really took up a lot of their time.
Their wedding planning timeline did seem to drag on for a long time. They did make progress, better than the average engaged couple. Within a few short weeks, Robert and Jessica had firm decisions completed on many elements. What decisions remained:
With the details of the wedding planning stage behind them, Robert and Jessica were able to relax and enjoy their time with friends. Although they lived nearby each other, they waited until marriage to move in and share the same space. This enabled them to discard household items they no longer needed when they combined their lives. During this phase of their wedding planning, they were able to relax and envision their wedding more clearly. The overarching details completed, their imagination was free to wander back to the fun galaxy they both enjoyed. Their thoughts turned to fun, amusing and useful wedding favors. There was a gentleman's magazine with article features about wedding favors as gifts. The article favored high tech devices such as personalized flash drives or USB ports with many differentially shaped adapter heads. While both Robert and Jessica wanted their wedding guests to find their wedding favor useful, a USB port or a flash drive seemed somewhat impersonal. A friend who married earlier that year suggested the idea of wedding sunglasses. She told them she had worked with our company, Shades of Fun. She described to them the ease with which she placed the order, the wide variety of typefaces they could choose to imprint along the side of their sunglasses. Their friend described how the wedding sunglasses lit up the dance floor and how the photographs were so much more energetic with people wearing the wedding sunglasses she ordered from our company. Robert and Jessica liked what they heard. The following day, they found our website featuring wedding sunglasses. They chose our classic shape sunglasses in multiple colors. But about twist in this particular order was they chose our bottle opener sunglasses as their wedding favor choice. These are sunglasses which certainly look normal enough, but the ends of each earpiece are shaped to open bottles. Never miss a bottle of beer again! Thank you to both Robert and Jessica as well as to their friend who made the suggestion to order wedding sunglasses from us as wedding favors.