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Fairy Godmother Project Wedding 2016

A dream wedding for a deserving Armed Forces couple!

 

JenMar Creations is proud to be a 2016 Fairy Godmother Project Wedding Partner!

 

We are so happy and honored to have been able to participate in this year’s Fairy Godmother Project wedding!

The Fairy Godmother Project is an annual project led by vendors in the wedding industry to help a deserving Armed forces couple make their wedding dreams come true.

Congratulations to Allissa & Rudy!

Thank you to all of the wonderful vendors that give their time & talent to make this dream wedding come true!
Venue: John P. Furber House
Planning & Coordinating: Ask for the Moon Events
Catering & Bartending: This Little Piggy Catering
Photography: Coppersmith Wedding Photographers , Kendra Oxendale Photography, & Grinkie Photography, LLC
Floral: Uy-Lennon Floral & Events , flowerphoenix LLC , & Rison Design
Hair & Make Up: Laura Westrem Artistry
Bridal Attire & Alteration: Jenmar Creations
Invitations: A Milestone Paper Co.
Day-of Stationery: Rosey Paperie
Music & DJ: Adagio Djay Entertainment
Videography: J Walter Anderson Photo and Video
Rentals: Cici Events
Cake & Desserts: Enticing Icing
Favors: Ganache: Desserts and Confections
Photo Booth: Mobile Photo Booth-Minnesota
Lighting: Phos Lighting
Transportation: Renee’s Royal Valet – Limos, Coaches, & Trolleys
Officiant: Captain Keith Beckwith
Custom Build: Coppersmith Customs
Magician: Hudson Magic
Fairy Godmother Project Wedding page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fairygodmotherprojectminnesota/

About the dress:

Alissa’s dress is a blend of 2 dresses. The bodice came from a very formal ballgown.  The chiffon skirt from a more casual gown. We shortened the bodice and added the satin and chiffon skirt. Then we cut all of the embroidered detail from the ballgown skirt and applied it to the chiffon along with another lace piece. We made it just a little off center for intrest. Then added the scalloped edge to the train and up the back. Finally we used a small edge lace and beaded piece for the straps and belt. A corset back is the perfect finishing touch!