Here's what previous Louisville Wedding Network brides have to say about the service they received on their Wedding Day!
Jonathan and Jill Woodall: August 25, 2012
We chose Lloyd’s Florist to help us with the flowers, linens, and room décor. Working with Michael made the planning and day of truly enjoyable. It also helped that he and Jamie (Lott- Events4U) had worked together so many times in the past. He (Michael) introduced me to Kayla Schaeffer, owner of Step Step ‘I Do,’ who did an amazing job of creating my aisle runner. She filled the aisle runner with poems and quotes that were personally meaningful to me and my fiancé.
I spoke with many caterers during the process, and Naiman’s Catering quickly stood out to me. At the reception the food was equally delicious and plentiful. His bar staff did an amazing job at keeping the lines moving while serving up signature drinks.
Last but far from least, a HUGE thank you goes out to Sounds Unlimited Productions (SUP) for the unbeatable job they did with not only the acoustics and lighting, but also keeping everything moving at a relaxed but purposeful pace. I strongly encourage any bride looking for an enthusiastic, personable, and professional DJ to at least check out everything this company has to offer.
Using the Louisville Wedding Network allowed me to take advantage of the 5% discount they offer to brides. This allowed us to both keep a little extra cash for the honeymoon, and splurge on other areas of the wedding, such as our photobooth.
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Robert and Valerie Sagers: January 12, 2013
It’s safe to say that I owe my wedding day’s success to the members of the Louisville Wedding Network. This Network provided me with a collection of talented and friendly vendors that all worked great together and spoke highly of each other.
Barbara, from Louisville Wedding Jewelry, not only made a necklace, bracelet
and earrings for me from pearls from my great-grandmother, but also made a hairpiece for me to wear and custom-made a necklace to go with my mom’s wedding dress. She is absolutely fabulous at what she does!
The wedding ceremony and reception took place at the Frazier History Museum, downtown. From there Millennium Events and Floral stepped in to transform the space into an elegant winter wonderland. Sounds Unlimited Productions, our DJ, worked great with Louisville Wedding Music, who provided a brass trio for our cocktail and dinner music.
Guests loved the combination of live music for dinner and a great MC for toasts and dancing. Two of our guests favorite things were the photobooth from Showtime and the candy buffet from the Kentucky Candy Buffet Co.
I couldn’t have trusted our reception to better vendors!
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