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Mountain Weddings are a Popular Topic Right Now

Planning a wedding in the mountains of Idaho is currently a "hot" media topic. Treasure Magazine, a publication of the Idaho Statesman, published a lengthy article on mountain weddings in their Spring/Summer issue. Two couples were profiled, both of whom were married in the Stanley area. I helped plan and coordinated one of the weddings and consulted with the bride on the other one. Several of photographer Chris Butler's photos illustrated the article.
Another magazine, Idaho Resort Weddings, will be published in the fall and handed out at area wedding shows. The magazine will feature articles on planning weddings at several of Idaho's resorts. I wrote an article on planning a wilderness wedding.

If you are thinking about planning a wedding in the mountains, you may want to look for both publications. Planning a mountain wedding takes a huge amount of pre-planning and coordination to make it happen successfully, but the results can be awesome.

Busy, Busy, Busy!

This is the height of event season. Nearly every week-end is busy except for a couple this month. Since it was supposed to be 104 degrees on Saturday (it was actually 107), I will be more than happy to spend the day with company and not out in the heat. Calls are coming in for next year and it is looking like another great year. If you are planning a family reunion, wedding, or company event, don't wait to book a location or start your planning.