Wednesday, 20 January 2016

....And The Band Played On


Planning a wedding is essentially planning a massive celebration party. And just like every party has a reason - a birthday, baptism, bat mitzvah, new job, graduation - this party is marking the first day of the rest of your lives as a team. But what if the party is a go, but the marriage is hard no? A cancelled wedding is not just a loss of deposits and payments, it's an emotional earthquake; it's a loss of solid ground, debris around your feet at every turn, and everything is thrown into a state of chaos.

In the middle of one lady's seismic shift when her fiance got cold feet and the wedding was called off,     in the aftershocks of a life drastically blown off-course, here's how bride-to-be Dana Olsen turned her sadness into a beautiful night for others.

*~Cold feet, warm-hearted reception~*

We know that the folks who took part had a very special night, thanks to Dana, her family and the vendors and services in place.  We can't think of a more beautiful way to turn a heartbreak into something positive and empowering. We wish Dana nothing but the best!

Wishing you a day as limitless as you are~
Lisa and April

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