The HUE Team is still growing y’all! Today I’d like to introduce you to another new consultant of ours – Miss (soon to be Mrs!) Loni Farmer. Originally from Indiana, Loni started out her career in Denver, CO, interning with Denver Arts & Venues assisting with logistics for large scale festivals. She then moved on … More Meet Loni!
It’s 5:00pm on Tuesday, and I’m just sitting down to write this blog post.. scheduled to go live tomorrow morning. I’ve known the topic for awhile and have general ideas stewing, but haven’t really had a minute until now to put it into words. And the only reason I have time now is because it’s … More Life as a #Mompreneur
Jessa and Kevin’s wedding was the perfect way to set the mood for fall. I admired their down-to-earth attitude in planning, and also their willingness to embrace the season for the early October nuptials. I’m talking leaves, pumpkin cake, and caramel apples galore… yum! Additionally, I loved their creativity in venue selection for their ceremony: … More Real HUE Weddings: Jessa & Kevin
One of my favorite things about Courtney and Matt’s June wedding, is that it really was a family affair. And with two adorable little girls, and a maid of honor who’s your twin sister, how could it not be? If you think that could take away from the elegance of a wedding though, I’ll redirect … More Real HUE Weddings: Courtney & Matt
I’m going to start this week by sharing a lesson of how I became Sarah Davidson. My husband and I were legally married in May of 2013 at a resort in Mexico with a ceremony and dinner of about 25 people. In November of that year, we threw an entire additional wedding in our … More Getting Married Before Your “Wedding” – Yay or Nay?
Many times when you enter into a relationship with a client, it’s hard to tell at first what it will be like to work together. It’s always pleasantries during the initial email or meet and greet, but you don’t really know personalities until you’re within the nitty gritty of it all. In Sammie and Alex’s … More Real HUE Weddings: Sammie & Alex
I recently read an interesting statistic from The Knot 2015 Real Weddings Study. While the average guest count at weddings is generally going down, overall spending is going up. The current average spent per guest is $237, up from $194 in 2009. One of the major reasons this is happening is because couples are trying … More The Time of Their Lives – Creating A Personalized Experience For Your Guests