Perfect Memory Events


Summer Highlights

This summer has been so much fun & I got the opportunity to work with such wonderful couples and meet some new great vendors!

July 23rd I had one of the best dancing crowds that lasted over 3 hours!!! Brian and McKenzie were super sweet and wanted ton’s of dancing, which I made sure we made it to the end…


August 7th Was a date that everybody wanted and I had to turn down at least 12 brides…I met with Sophia and Tam and I must say, I feel very blessed to work with them J

Of all weddings this summer, this one was very involved for me. I had to transition some of my setup for the ceremony and reception, run and provide equipment for their slideshow, MC special games as well as announcements and keep all vendors informed all the way through…

I did receive some great tips… Videographer Lance Watts was amazing and an exceptional value for Sophia and Tam. Here I am watching their Love Story presentation in my house and I’m feeling all emotional and I haven’t even done their wedding yet? Best Love Story I’d ever seen. Lance also is someone who has a very laid back and professional personality and sincerely cares about his quality and clients. That is a rare trait that is hard to find in an industry that is filled with hype. www.wattsfilms.com

Sophia’s cake was done by Lambs Thriftway. It’s bottom layer was Cookies N’ Cream and was a big Hit…. She told me that the design she found in a magazine and gave it to the baker and what an awesome design. $450.00 with delivery. Amazing price for a cake!!!



September 4th

Kyle and Maria, a wedding I did at a private residence in Lake Oswego. What I really enjoy about couples is them asking for my expertise on a good layout for their ceremony and reception… It’s always a good idea to have dancing in the middle of any area to create movement throughout the night and have people always close to where the party is going to be at. It’s also easier for guests to be closer to where the toast and cake cutting will take place to have a better view. Maria had an awesome color scheme and I haven’t seen one like this and had to take some pictures for viewing.

October 9th

Laura & Eric Hamilton. A very nice couple that decorated the Benson Hotel the best I’d ever seen for a ceremony that later transitioned into a reception. They also had their isle in custom colors with their names on it, which I thought was very cool and after the ceremony, they hung part of their isle from up above like a banner for the reception. Awesome idea to highlight both the ceremony and reception…





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