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Looking forward by Looking back

2011 was a great year for us. We had one of our busiest years ever with weddings and events from one end of the state to the other. We celebrated with couples from all over the country and the world;Connecticut,New York,California,Colorado, andGermany. We worked in 107 degree heat, cool and wet spring evenings, and even a 50 degree wedding day on Thanksgiving weekend.

We were so fortune to work with couples that pushed our creativity. From couches made of straw to designer linens and everything in between.

This was a year to work with so many talented vendors, as well. Some of our long time favorites and some new favorites, too.  We are lucky to have worked with such creative folks and we are lucky to call you friends.

By looking back at our successes (and lessons learned) we are ready to move forward into 2012. This year will be very different for us. We will be working harder to take the lessons of 2011 to heart and work to make the business better. We will spend some time traveling to destinations and venues, we will network more, blog more, really dive into social networking, roll out a new logo and website, and, perhaps most importantly, get back to basics.

We are a wedding planning company that believes that weddings are for couples. For us, the most simple principle of wedding planning is to design weddings that truly represent the couple, as they are. Keeping an eye to the most popular trends but always keeping the focus on the people. What is in a magazine is not likely what is in the life of our couples, and we want all of our couples to feel that every detail of their wedding is about them, personally.

Relationships are the basis for our business. The relationships that our weddings celebrate, the relationships we have with past clients, the relationships that we share with our vendors; these are the cornerstones of what we do and why we do it.

Thank you for the relationships that we have will all of you. Looking back with fondness helps us look forward with focus.

“Again, you can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something – your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life. ” ~ Steve Jobs

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