Perfect Wedding Guide's Diamond Dash Wedding Show- Hyatt Regency in Albuquerque, New Mexico

 © Nicole Bradshaw Photography; Albuquerque, New Mexico based Wedding and Portrait Photographer

About a month ago, I had the opportunity to participate in the Perfect Wedding Guide's Diamond Dash Wedding Show at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The show itself was an amazing experience, allowing me to meet a lot of brides that were planning weddings in the Albuquerque area. But, it was a LOT of hard work before the show to get this booth ready! 

I could not have done this without the help of the following people:

BrandiSea- Brandi is an amazing graphic designer, branding expert, and friend. She is responsible for my new logo and color scheme, as well as allowing me to reach my target clients (you know who you are, my fellow Anne of Green Gables fans!). Brandi also made sure that I had my business cards and bookmarks ready to pass out! Seriously, though, she did an amazing job and I couldn't be more grateful for all of her hard work!

Farmhouse Style- Evangalene Romero and her family are amazing people, and were responsible for helping me to find all of the furniture in my booth. She's in the process of relocating her shop to Albuquerque, and hopes to be open this summer! 

Charlotte's Flowers- Charlotte is such a sweetheart, and an amazing florist! She recently won 'Best Ceremony Flowers' from ABQ Bride! She was also part of this show, and in the midst of preparing her own booth, she found time to make me a few flower arrangements for my booth! She is such a sweet friend!

Racheal Baxter- Racheal is one of those amazing people that just seems to know what you need and when you need it. She's been in my life over half of it now, when I first met her daughter Melissa through band. If it weren't for her donation of the wood, I wouldn't have been able to build my backdrop wall!

Jeff Gentry- My amazing dad helped me to build my wall. This man has worked hard his entire life, and has been an example of love and respect. He is a carpenter by trade, and is slowly teaching me bits and pieces while helping me build crazy things!

Justin Bradshaw- My husband. Guys, I'm telling you, this man has the patience of a saint to put up with my crazy ideas. He is responsible for so much of helping me make this booth happen that I don't know where to start. He helped design and cut my iron sign, he helped load and unload and reload all of my booth supplies (including that crazy-heavy wall!), he helped work my booth with me, and so much more. He's amazing, and I'm blessed to be his wife.