I believe that on the wedding day, your attitude dictates 99% on how things are going to go. Rebecca and Eric were so patient and easy going that day and was a true testament on the strength of their relationship with each other and with their friends and family. I’m not saying it was Las Vegas in the middle of summer hot but I would say it was Florida swamp in fall hot. Either way it was a little warm but we all took it in stride. Getting ready upstairs, the guys took full advantage of the pool table and we got some awesome shots up there. The cool thing about the Queen Anne Victorian is that there are plenty of cool spots in close proximity. After moving around it was finally time for the show. Rebecca’s brother performed a beautiful ceremony and after some laughter and some I Do’s it was time for some surprises. After dinner, during the reception a few family members had a little surprise for the couple. Turns out they sprung for a Bentley to take the happy couple away. If you are going to make an exit, make an exit in style right? After some cool shots of the car and couple and some extra dancing it was time to call it a night. Congrats to Eric, Rebecca and soon to be Mackenzie!
From the Bride :-)
Overall we loved working with Powers! Everyone is very nice and helpful.
Mike was AMAZING!!! He really went above and beyond for our wedding! The coordinator at the venue was a mess and nowhere to be found and Mike stepped in and helped things run so much more smoothly! He even made an announcement to help things along! We could not have asked for more from him! Mike was so patient with all the delays and really worked with us! He acted as a coordinator when the coordinator from the venue was not good at all!