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So, today is the day. St. Louis is officially launching its chapter with a soiree at Lumen.  After nearly a month of recruiting fantastic volunteers to help plan the event, and getting some fantastic vendors on board, the St. Louis wedding industry will be welcoming this organization with welcome arms.

It comes just a few days after it was announced that the Seattle chapter’s first wish passed away.  Just about three weeks prior, Shelly’s dream and wish came true when she got to marry the love of her life, Jay.  At the time, doctors had only given her three weeks to live, and the Seattle chapter put their heads and hearts together to make the wedding happen.  This news is just a reminder of why Wish Upon a Wedding is a wonderful addition to this industry.


Image courtesy of KCB Photography via Wish Upon a Wedding

I can’t wait to share the details from the event. But, in the meantime, here is a HUGE thank you to these awesome vendors for donating their time and service to help support this cause in St. Louis:

Catering Your Way by Lisa
Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate Co.
Cynthia Faye Psychic
– EnFab Catering
Four Seasons St. Louis
Gebbs Total Video
Goodeye Photoshare
Gooey Louie
Kelly Park Photography

Lounge Concepts (Mandarin, Mike Shannon’s, El Borracho)
Lumen
Millennium Productions
Mosaic
Nadoz Cafe
Orlando Gardens
Paper Frosting
Parties & Props
Patty Long Catering
RW Designs
Redbirds Sports Cafe
Sitting Pretty/Party Arts
St. Louis Audio/Visual
Tami Scott Studio
The Cakery
Tina Barerra, The Special Event Florist

5 Comments

  1. I am sad and grateful at the same time. Sad that she passed away but grateful that she was ablt to marry her love. It’s an amazing organization and it doesn’t surprise me, my friend, that you are a part of it. xo

  2. Rock on St. Louis and you! Wish Upon a Wedding is such an amazing group. Agree with Naomi, the first wish is so sad but beautiful at the same time.

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  4. This has touch my heart in a way i can’t describe in English… my thoughts and prayers are to the family and i really want to send all my love to Wish Upon a Wedding for putting a smile in so many people’s faces. xo

  5. ame
    5:52 pm on June 21st, 2010

    I saw this and it made me sad. I signed up to work with this group as well. I hope I get the opportunity to help out.