"We were planning a transatlantic wedding from Washington DC to be married in Herefordshire, UK. Given the time difference and general difficulty in transacting business overseas we knew were were going to need some help!
In comes Amy. She worked tirelessly on our behalf, calling so many vendors to find the right fit for us. She was an incredible communicator (email, Skype, in-person meetings) responding quickly and frequently to any of our questions and always put our minds at ease. We cannot say enough to highlight her dedication and professionalism.
From the very first Skype appointment, we knew we had found something really rare and special in Amy. She was more than our planner, she was a true friend. Looking back at our wedding, we feel that it was so special because of our team of vendors, and Amy was the heart of the team.
Down to earth, professional, flexible, passionate and with a great sense of humour - Amy was a dream come true. Any bride and groom would be beyond lucky to work with her. Thank you Amy, we love you"!
Herefordshire Village Wedding
Verity and Stuart had their quintessential English wedding in the picturesque village of Eaton Bishop in Herefordshire in August 2017. They both live in the States and therefore required partial wedding planning support with my ‘Across the Miles’ option. I actually assisted Verity’s auntie with her wedding in 2016, so when she contacted me in January 2017 for a wedding in the August it was full steam ahead to get their dream team of suppliers in place to create their vision for their English country wedding in the village where her grandmother still lives.
As with all of my couples, a uniquely tailored service was put together for them, my ‘Across the Miles’ option was adapted to them and their requirements.
Such a fun and beautiful wedding with a lovely couple and family. Gorgeous bridesmaids and flowers and just a day I will always remember.
St Michaels and All Angels Church
Followed by celebrations in Eaton Bishop, Herefordshire
Photo Credits: Lucy J Toms Photography