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Victoria Love Events | vendor spotlight

We have been photographing weddings in this area for over a decade, and I have had the pleasure to meet so many great people who work alongside of us in the industry. Sometimes, it might just be a “hello” in passing on a wedding day, or seeing someone briefly at a bridal show, etc. I realized that I might know the work of a wedding planner, florist, or the distinctive flavor of a caterer, but I didn’t really know the people behind the scenes. So, I’ve started reaching out to some of our amazing local vendors in the area, and have begun photographing and interviewing them. I’d like to give potential brides a great behind-the-scenes look at the wedding professionals in the area, and the amazing work that they do. This is the tenth installment of a large series of spotlights!
 I can remember the first time we worked with Victoria Love…like it was yesterday. It was in the fall of 2015, the beautiful and amazing wedding of Rachel + Brent. Victoria takes her job very seriously, but is still somehow impossibly spontaneous and bubbly and fun at the same time.

I was photographing the ceremony of this lovely wedding, which had ended up being slightly chilly. Then, I turned around, only to find her (out of the view of the wedding guests) wrapped in the draperies to not freeze to death. She saw me lift the camera and couldn’t stop laughing.

How would you describe your business?

Luxury | Boutique | Personal – I love to make my clients feel special and I always treat them like family! 

Could you describe your style in three words?

Romantic | Detail- Oriented | Innovative

How long have you been in business?

We started in January 2013. 4 Years

What inspires you?

Guest Experience | Creating an atmosphere no one has seen before | Customer Satisfaction | Travel… lot’s of travel!

What is your favorite aspect of your job?

Exceeding client’s expectations – I love to go above and beyond for every single client.

What’s is some advice you’d like to give couples?

Don’t sweat the small stuff. Put your energy into the things you love not the things you think you need for your wedding.

Recycle, Reduce, Reuse. | Talk with your florist about donating your flowers to the local hospital or nursing home after the wedding.

Don’t skip the videography! – I would pay $10,000 to go back in time and have video alongside my photographer. With the day passing in the blink of an eye, there is nothing more wonderful than to be able to sit down after the wedding and watch the highlights of your special day.