Love Conquers All



Kamron Khan Photography

We have successfully tackled a few events during Covid-19, even a wedding!

I thought I would be sad because of all the amazing plans that had to be amended but it really turned out to be an amazing, love filled day.

The latest event that I was super excited for was a wedding originally scheduled for May 30, 2020. The original plan was for the wedding to be held at the beautiful Shoreby Club in Bratenahl. I was SUPER excited to plan my first wedding there and boy did we have a plan coming together. I was looking forward to seeing the guests arrive for an 11am ceremony and receive their chilled glass of champagne while taking their seat on the gorgeous bluff overlooking Lake Erie. I couldn’t wait to see the brunch setup with the Mimosa and Bloody Mary Bars – it truly was going to be one for the books! The groom had a connection with a live band that was going to play for brunch and alternate with the DJ, what a great day we had planned!

Even though the plans changed, I was excited that the couple just wanted to get married

and have an intimate celebration at their amazing complex in downtown Cleveland. We were able to still bring some ideas from the original wedding plan but we did have to make a few adjustments. We moved the start time back from brunch to 7pm with pre-ceremony cocktails and appetizers with the Bride heading down the aisle at 7:30pm to Saxy Rob, a live saxophonist playing the traditional Wedding March.



Wayne Dawson was the officiant and he gave a beautiful ceremony service where we talked about tips for a successful marriage and tasked the couple with remembering that your partner is not perfect and neither are you.






PearlFlower Catering

We tapped PearlFlower Catering for some great individually served appetizers along with chilled champagne on the rooftop as guests arrived.












We had DJ Lo-Key from LoKey Entertainment to offer us a great party experience for the reception! We took the cake design from 4 tiers to 2 with Luna Bakery and