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Courtney & Devin


Wedding Date: 11/16/13


Wedding Budget: $12,000


Venue, Catering, Decor: James E. Bruce Convention Center

Planner: Every Detail Events by Amber

Photography: Cavallini Photography

DJ, Lighting, Photobooth, & Videography: Fadd's Entertainment

Rentals: Total Package Events

Cake: The Cake Artist

Hair & Makeup: Galilee Bagwell

Dress: Heritage Bank, altered through Wedding Belles

Bridesmaid Dresses: David's Bridal

Groom/Groomsmen: Men's Wearhouse


Bridal Party: 5 Bridesmaids,  5 Groomsmen


Guest Head Count: 100


Wedding Color Palette: Apple Red, Ivory, & Burlap



“Courtney was a joy to work with from the beginning - very sweet and easy to talk to, and I just knew we were going to get along great right from the beginning.  Courtney and Devin are so fabulous together because one of them is seriously making the other laugh at least every five minutes.  They are genuinely in love and made for one another. There were so many parts of their day that had significance...Courtney and her family put so much of themselves into their day that everything about it was special.  I loved that there was just a sense of joy and happiness radiating from everyone there, from the beginning of the day, all the way through the energetic reception.  Best wishes Courtney & Devin!  I am so happy I was there to spend the day with you and preserve so many special memories for the two of you on your big day!” -Melissa Cavallini, Cavallini Photography

Q&A with the bride, Courtney



Did you do any DIY projects?

I did A LOT myself. I painted all the wine bottles and picture frames, created the wraps for the mason jars, did my bridesmaids bouquets, and made about 5 dozen burlap flowers that were used for the menus and other signs that I made.




What are your favorite details from your wedding day?

I loved how my centerpieces turned out as well as the banners I made for our sweetheart table and gift table.



Any advice for brides planning their wedding day?

Stop stressing once you get to your rehearsal/dinner the night before the wedding. At that point you can't really change anything and it's not worth the stress.


If you could go back and change anything on your wedding day, what would it be?

Get more done in advance so I could relax the week that both of our families came into town. On the wedding day I would have printed extra copies of my vows for my wedding planner so I didn't have such a freak out when I misplaced them!

What was your first step in planning your wedding day?

Booking the big items like venue, photographer, & DJ


Did you have a "First Look"?

Devin didn't want to do a first look so I ended up doing a first look with my dad. It was a nice moment to capture between us.


"Courtney & Devin's wedding day was beautiful!  You could see the love between them!  Courtney did an amazing job on her decorations! The James E. Bruce Convention Center did an amazing job of setting up the tables and draping throughout along with the food. We put the finishing touches on that day which included the Message in a Bottle table, gift table, guest book table, mason jars and flowers in the ceremony area and the cocktail hour decorations. We actually ran ahead of schedule after the ceremony which was great because everyone got to really enjoy the cocktail hour and reception! The day went very smoothly other than the 1 hiccup of missing vows! But it all worked out beautifully in the end! It was a great day and I really enjoyed being apart of Courtney and Devin's wedding!" -Amber Hoard, Every Detail Events by Amber

What is your favorite memory from your wedding day?

Our "Exit." Since we wanted to stay until the very end we did a goofy dance with everyone there to kind of close out the night before people started heading home.

Decadent draping by the James E Bruce Convention Center!

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