Good wedding pictures are worth much more than a thousand words, which is why finding a photographer who can capture not just the events, but also the spirit of the day, is so important. Fortunately, brides-to-be have two can’t-miss choices in our area.
Before the date is set and the dress is chosen, before the hall is booked and the cake flavor picked, a couple’s first step down the aisle often begins with a proposal and the presentation of an engagement ring. With the wedding season in full bloom, local fine jewelry stores are preparing for customers looking to make that once-in-a-lifetime jewelry purchase.
There is more to catering than just whipping up creamy mustard potato salad and a mean barbequed pulled pork sandwich. Imagine cooking roast beef or chicken for several hundred hungry dinner guests and being mobile enough to cart it across town to serve it hot.
Bill Lett, owner of Lett’s Bridal, has seen a thing or two in his lifetime. Born in Lansing into a poverty-stricken family just before the Depression hit in 1926, Lett is no stranger to struggle—but he has overcome many obstacles to achieve the success he and his family enjoy today.
Selecting the right gown is a bit like picking the right person to marry. It has to be just right, a complement to the bride and as close to perfect as possible. But much like finding Prince Charming, it can be equally as challenging to find it. However, it doesn’t have to be.
Many businesses start small, and Web Ascender, founded in 2005 by Ryan Doom and Kevin Southworth, began that way—with just of the two of them, working part time (they kept their day jobs) and with minimal capital. But it was just the beginning.