The wedding had been planned to be a outdoor wedding under the gazebo but Houston’ weather said no. I had always had plan two in place but I knew my bride really wanted this out door ceremony. By 10am I made the call I just knew that the weather was not going to hold up the temperature started to drop and it got really nasty. I gave my bride the courtesy call around 11am it hurt my heart when I gave her the message she said Darrell it’s too early to give the call, I assured her that everything will be fine with moving the ceremony inside. As the day progressed my vendors started showing anticipating my back up plan for the ceremony. the ceremony actually turned out better inside.
The room was filled with hundreds of candles and about 8000 red roses. The setting was absolutely gorgeous. While the bride prepared for the ceremony she sent me a text saying Darrell I trust and believe in you that you will make this transition extra extraordinary, that was my goal. As the guest entered the ceremony space I could her the whispers from the guest saying how beautiful the space was, that made me feel so good. As the bridal party entered the room tears were everywhere it was such a romantic setting. As the bride stepped in to the entrance of the room she whispered to me Darrell you made my dream come true. The ceremony ended my team and the vendors had to do a room flip it took about a hour to make sure everything was perfect, we did the room reveal for the bride and groom they had the biggest smile on their faces and thanked me over and over. The guest were also in amazement on the transition of the room. As the wedding guest and party danced the night away the bride had a special treat for the groom, she hired a New Orleans second line band OMG when they came out the party seemed like it started all over again, it was such a surprise. The night ended with the bride and groom floating through the crowd with sparklers lighting the sky.