Four Weddings and a Zombie Run

Our first bride's sense of humor reflected in her fun cake topper!

Our first bride’s sense of humor reflected in her fun cake topper!

The Season has been blessed – growing significantly in six years from planning many weddings sprinkled across the year to planning handful of weddings all happening on the same day!

While Holly planned four weddings all happening simultaneously on a cool autumn day, Rome, Georgia had its own plan: the Broad Street Block Party with a downtown concert, fireworks and a Zombie-thon 5K that brought with it a headache of road closures through the heart of the city, surrounding 2 of our wedding venues and the downtown location of many of our wedding vendors.

The Season pulled up its working boots and saw these hurdles as an opportunity to show its true potential. Although Holly wishes she could be everywhere at once, she doesn’t

From red roses to golden sunflowers - the brides' bouquets varied greatly but each as beautiful as the next.

From red roses to golden sunflowers – the brides’ bouquets varied greatly but each as beautiful as the next.

have that superpower (but she does have many others!) instead, she did the next best thing by filling her business with strong team leaders who share her vision and determination to gracefully and successfully direct a perfect wedding and reception. All of these team leaders have lots of experience with weddings, learning from Holly as she grew the business.

As the blog writer, I had the pleasure of visiting each site and seeing first-hand just how talented The Season is at going above and beyond for each bride to make her day unique and memorable no matter how many challenges (er “road blocks”) are put in the way.

From last minute altar arrangement changes at Frost Chapel to placing a sweet, cherry-red ring pop on the bride’s dinner plate, the first wedding seamlessly concluded with the couple’s departure through a cascade of rose petals. Belle Terra’s classic red bridge beamed among the fall colors and bright golden sunflowers as the ring bearer walked the puppy down the aisle with him! For my last two stops, I found my way to Broad

The History Museum's brick walls were the perfect accent to the bride's style!

The History Museum’s brick walls were the perfect accent to the bride’s style!

Street and was ushered by staff from The Season into a parking deck reserved for wedding guests (bless them!). The Season immaculately transformed the Rome Area History Museum’s main room from ceremony venue into reception venue without missing a beat while just down the street at Forrest Place holding an equally beautiful reception with yummy food provided by Two Can Do, topped off by a late-night snack of Bojangles (delivered and served by Season staff!) – just another day’s work for The Season!