My oh my May, where did you go? It has been nearly three weeks since a Women of the Wedding Industry of the Week blog has been posted which means only one thing: my wedding season has kicked into full gear and with that, a shifting of priorities is necessary. While I'd love to say that this blog, and the women I get to connect with are a top priority of mine, I know that creatively, my mind is just not geared towards reflection and writing in the summer as much as it was this
We've started saying it so much to each other, and to our families, to our friends, and to ourselves. It's the beginning of the crazy season. I was with a group of women a few weeks ago at one of our mutual friend's homes. A gathering thrown to toast the start of our seasonal hustle. We all work in the service, hospitality, tourism, or wedding industry in Northern Michigan and it was a welcome time to sit back, drink wine, eat cheese, and do what women have been doing for mil
She is synonymous with this place we call home in Northern Michigan. With boat rides on the aquamarine waters of Walloon Lake. With luscious, big, focal point bouquets made for brides who consider her a bestie by the time all is said and done. She's synonymous with giant Bernese Mountain dogs roaming around a hilly lavender farm and a husband named Matt and a minivan.
She's synonymous with a cup of coffee + cream, a top knot, a cozy sweater, a Himalayan salt lamp, a pot of s