It’s here.

Wedding day.

But how is it already here?! There’s still so much to do!

It’s 9:30 in the morning and we need to be at the hair salon by 10:00am. But we NEED to stop for coffee and something to eat; that’s not even a question.

We are already running late, and the make-up artist told us to be back at the hotel by noon. Three hours is enough time for 8 women to get their hair and make-up done… right?  I hope so, because the photographer is coming at 1:00 pm to start the “getting ready photos,” and pictures of me putting on my dress. Aunt Susan should be bringing my dress to the hotel at 1:30pm. I hope she is on time! We must then leave promptly at 2:30pm, to arrive at the venue by 3:00pm, for the first look at 3:30pm.

<< One, two, three…wait where is my Maid of Honor?! >>

Kelly, a.k.a. the Maid of Honor, is driving back to the hotel because in the shuffle she forgot to grab the bouquets. The ceremony starts at 5:00pm, and we now have less than an hour to take all of the wedding party and family portraits.

But wait…

What if you could get ready at your venue?

What if you didn’t have to wait until two hours before the ceremony to go to your venue?!

You would spend some time with your wedding party, have your hair and make-up done on-site, have food delivered right to you, and drink a mimosa (or two!)

You would have time to relax and enjoy your day, because you don’t have to run around from place-to-place all morning!

The florist can bring the bouquets, boutonnieres and centerpieces because the ballroom was set the evening before. Your entertainment can arrive earlier in the day, because your wedding is THE ONLY wedding taking place that day. You chose an exclusive wedding venue. You chose West Hills Country Club.

Sweet Melissa Photography captured these beautiful moments that Ashley and TJ will treasure for the rest of their lives.  (