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Emery County New Business Scene: I Do Weddings


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By PATSY STODDARD
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I Do Weddings is now under new ownership. Jeannine Seegmiller along with her daughters Courtney Rowley and Shannon Black are up and running. They have decorated for their family weddings and now they are available to help with your wedding. This past weekend they decorated for the Huntsman/Roundy wedding in Huntington.

They offer custom and unique weddings designed especially for you as well as traditional looks with pillars and arches. They built a tree for the Seegmiller-Black wedding in October. It took up the entire stage. Jeannine said, "It was a "labor of love" for our youngest daughter. We are really excited about our latest adventure. Years ago I was approached about this type of business, but we had just moved here and I didn't know anyone. But, this time around when this business became available, it was the right time. So here we are."

In addition to weddings Jeannine said they have been asked to decorate for the Heritage Days Pageant. They will do parties, family reunions, anniversaries and whatever special occasion you have in mind.

Whether it's a wedding, reception, party, dance, Quinceanera or holiday gathering they have what you need to make your event even more beautiful and memorable. They offer a wide variety of decorations for any occasion. They have a waterfall backdrop, roman columns, stone, wooden, garden, heart or lattice arches, gazebos, various styles and colors of wrought iron arches, cake backdrops, serpentine tables, register tables and stands, a gift sleigh, basket, cart or wheel barrow, pathmarkers, fish pond, garden fountain, plants, trees, park benches, drink fountains, chocolate fountains, portrait stands, mailboxes, centerpieces, candelabras, a wishing well and even a Cinderella carriage, just to name a few.

Jeannine and her family are ready to help make your event one to remember. "I've been contacted about some August weddings already. We are so excited," said Jeannine. You can reach I Do Weddings at 435-749-1078, 435-820-4115 and 435-749-2588.



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