Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Back to your regularly scheduled wedding blogging...

They lost. My team lost. That would be the Packers, for all of you that have no clue as to what I'm dishing about. I'm happy to report that I stayed toasty warm during the -29 degree weather at the Frozen Tundra. I'm no fool...lots of light layers, hand warmers, feet warmers and I was set. Sadly, it was not enough and I will not be watching MY team in the Super Bowl.

It's probably for the best. I have weddings to start preparing for. I don't want my brides thinking they are backseat to a football game. :)

My next wedding is February 16 and it's at the most distinguished resort in WI and one of the most nationally acclaimed as well. The American Club. I can't wait. I've attended events here, mostly corporate and only one wedding. They do an amazing job so it will be great to see the behind the scenes action that takes place. Although, I must say, they are not fond of wedding planners at all. I've already talked to the contact there and while she's nice enough, I know she was bristling at the thought of me "Just being there to ensure all goes as planned." You see, this is the AMERICAN CLUB. They don't believe they need anyone watching over them, and for the most part, they're right. So what I tried to convey to her was that there are multiple vendors that make the day go off smoothly and I need to make certain that all vendors are doing what they need to be doing, not just the American Club.

It will be interesting to say the least, but I have strong faith that all will go well.

3 comments:

Christi said...

Oh man I LOVE that place!!! You are so lucky. It's been deemed by every single person in my family that that will be the place my wedding will be held so if that's the case...I'll make sure to hire you as my planner so you can go back. We'll go get massages at their fabulous spa!! =)

Shawn said...
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Shawn said...

Thanks for sharing all of your expertise and knowledge about the wedding industry and about blogging. I learned so much and if I put just a little of it into practice my blog will be much improved!