Published in Minnesota Bride Magazine

there are a multitude of goals and dreams one can set when guiding a business through year to year. it seems as though it’s a never-ending one that we discuss. every day thinking of new things to accomplish in days, months and even seasons ahead of us. one goal of which was to be published in a magazine. not only that, but we wanted to wait for that wedding. the wedding we had a gut feeling would be one that we wanted to hand over and see it published in print form. and it finally happened! it’s a funny story of sorts, because we had sent our submission in near days before the deadline for submissions for the spring/summer issue of mn bride magazine. we swear years went by. which was probably only a month at most. then one day, we saw the editor of mn bride plopped an e-mail in our inbox. words can’t even explain how elated we were – and for some strange reason, when we receive exciting news, we are never together. how does that happen? this always leads to one of us trying to text or call one another in a frenzy. so frenzied we can barely get words out. the same goes for searching for this very issue – barnes & noble probably thought we were crazy brides calling every single day to see if the issue had graced their shelves yet. :S anyhow, it’s just the little things that remind us that whatever ounce we put forth, will always reflect what we see in return. thanks again to minnesota bride for featuring rachel & graham’s wedding in their spring/summer issue! we are forever grateful.

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Lizie YAY girls!!! :)

Also – next time, and there will be a next time, ask them to send you one. They will – for free. 😉


Sheri I am so proud of you girls, makes me kind of teary eyed to say he least. Keep doing what you’re doing. Your careers are just beginning and I’m certain there are many more doors that will open and make me an even prouder aunt than I am now. Love you.

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