Las Vegas Garden Wedding Venue – Roger and Jane’s Story
Roger & Jane
Springs Preserve Wedding
About Springs Preserve
Roger and Jane wanted a private elopement experience in a Las Vegas garden wedding venue with just a couple guests. In the end they chose Springs Preserves for it’s beauty and variety of botanical gardens and trails for their small elopement in Las Vegas. Springs Preserves is located 3 miles west of the downtown area in the heart of Las Vegas. It is owned by the Las Vegas Water district and features 180 acres of green museums, galleries, and botanical garden displays. It is perfect for a wedding because it has many beautiful backdrops such as a traditional gazebo, arbor, rose gardens and a host of botanical displays.
About Roger and Jane
They decided to Elope in Las Vegas and I talked them into having a garden wedding experience at Springs Preserve. They traveled from England and wanted to have a fun destination wedding with two close friends in attendance as witnesses. It was an intimate garden experience. It took place in the heart of the summer so they were brave to take on our Vegas heat but they weathered it well. You can’t tell from the photos the weather was hot that day. The thoroughly enjoyed getting married in this Las Vegas garden wedding venue. They were very happy they chose Springs Preserve to get married in Las Vegas.
Julie planned Roger and Jane’s garden elopement to include their transportation, flowers, photography, venue, officiation and itinerary.
The photos were taken by Constantine Photography in collaboration with Custom Las Vegas weddings. Springs Preserve offers a fantastic option as a Las Vegas garden wedding venue choice. Jane and Roger has a fantastic experience to cherish for a lifetime of memories. Constantine photography collaborated with us for these excellent photos.
This is the garden arch area where Roger and Jane had their private garden ceremony with their friends.
Jane was Roger were both thrilled to finally receive their rings and promises from each other.
They had their ceremony customized with their personal story and laughter lightened the mood.
After traveling thousands of miles they finally came to the part where they sealed their promises with a kiss.
We present Roger and Jane Till. Happily married newlyweds.
Congratulations are in order.
Traditional photo keepsake of wedding rings.
Time for some fun posed shots around the botanical garden.
This photo was taken on the scenic drive with the Red Rocks close by.
Springs Preserves has a beautiful garden arbor to showcase poses.
This is a such a romantic, traditional garden wedding gazebo in Las Vegas.
Springs Preserves Botanical Gardens
Springs Preserves is truly a beautiful botanical garden setting for a wedding in Las Vegas. It’s a great location to consider for a small intimate elopement in Las Vegas or for a larger wedding event. Many couples traveling to Las Vegas probably don’t know about this local Vegas jewel in the desert. If you are considering this Las Vegas outdoor wedding venue for your event here are some things to know about Springs Preserves.
It showcases uniquely landscaped botanical demonstrations of desert trees, flowers and shrubs with beautiful trails that encompass 1.8 miles of picturesque landscape.
There are many choices for having an affordable Las Vegas elopement ceremony. The elopement area may be reserved or we may choose it spontaneously on the day of the wedding.
Springs Preserves also has other locations that may be reserved for a more upscale experience. Even saying that it may be customized to meet your needs with chairs, music, flower decorations and more.
They showcase a beautiful garden wedding gazebo, a rose garden arbor, desert fountain area, amphitheater and inside event space for more formal larger weddings.
You might be thinking you want to elope in Las Vegas, just so you don’t have to deal with the stress of wedding planning. However, you don’t just want to elope to Las Vegas without thinking through the pros and cons of everything first.
Many couples are faced with the decision to either have a big wedding or decide on a smaller wedding and eloping in Vegas provides many great possibilities. The info-graphic next to this article, created by the Wedding Band Shop, outlines the pros and cons you need to consider when deciding if you want to elope or not. Eloping is not a decision I advise you to rush into. Think about all the pros and cons when making the decision. This article will take you through the pros and cons to help you decide.
What do you envision for your wedding? Do you dream of walking down the wedding aisle with all eyes on you? If so, you will want to either reconsider your decision or put aside those emotions.
How well does your family work together and with you on decisions? If your family doesn’t work well together or if they often clash with your ideas and decisions, eloping offers a great choice to avoid conflict in your wedding experience.
Do you really want to elope or are the frustrations of planning pushing you into the decision? If you have given up on the idea of a larger wedding just because of the frustrations you are experiencing, you may want to step back and re-think it. Frustrated feelings are most often natural emotional reactions to stress whether you elope or not. You will be out of your comfort zone when planning. You just need to decide how far out of your comfort zone you want to go.
What does your partner want? The final choice should belong to both you and your partner. What do they want? Ask them and then consider some of the pros and cons and in the end, doing so will help you arrive at a mutual decision.
Have you considered all the options? Eloping is not the only choice of course. It suits a lot of couples but you will need to decide what aspects of your wedding are most important to you in the end and act accordingly.
Is there a chance you will regret your decision? If you think there is a chance you will look back and regret your decision, you will want to really take the time and think it through with your partner.
It’s less expensive – You avoid many of the costs associated with larger weddings when you decide to elope in Las Vegas. The cost of eloping in Vegas pales in comparison when you factor in the guest count, restaurant fees, and decoration costs, not to mention the formal cost of planning a formal affair. For example, many venues including ours offer all-inclusive elopement packages in Vegas.
You call the shots – Elopement puts you and your partner back in control. You can rest assured you are making decisions you want to make without any unwanted family coercion and intrusions on your wishes.
Only VIP’s are present – Whether you decide it will just be the two of you or if you want to bring along a select number of family or friends, you are only having those you really want there at your wedding.
Privacy – When you have a large formal wedding event you spend a majority of your time around other people, pleasing them and entertaining them. With an audience of 200 guests, it’s difficult to enjoy the private moments with your new partner.
Hurt Feelings – No matter where you decide to elope, one problem some people might face when thinking about eloping is the potential hurt feelings. Not all the family will agree with your decision to get married Las Vegas and the reality is you may have to deal with some fallout. Hopefully, most of your friends and family will be supportive and in the majority of cases, people love the weather and entertainment, not to mention the gambling opportunism most people love about Las Vegas.
Fewer Gifts – If you are in need of receiving necessary gifts for the household in your newlywed life or if you want to receive personal remembrance gifts that mean a lot of you, the variety and amount will not be as plentiful if you elope.
Less Extravagance – Smaller weddings are often less glamorous affairs than the larger formal events. That is not always the case but they certainly will not carry the formal flair and glamour a larger wedding affords.
Dependence of vendors – You may choose a number of vendors or no vendors at your smaller Vegas elopement. This can be a pro or con depending on your opinion. Often times if you want a simple elopement in Vegas you will want a photographer to capture your affair for posterity. But you may choose to only have a ceremony and use your friends and family to take photos or video. If you choose a Vegas elopement for two, it will be essential to choose a photographer to be your witness. Choose a vendor that will allow you to use your own photos and not make you dependent on them entirely.
Fewer guests to witness – With fewer guests attending, there will be fewer people to reminisce with you about your wedding day later. Of course, if you get a video or photo and have a get together later with a slideshow of the event that will help. That is what many couples who elope decide to do but it still is not the same as being there to share it with you.
Do take care of all the legal details: Whether you decide to elope or not, you will need to do the research needed to make sure you meet all the legal specifications to enable you to elope. We have included this link to a video and overview on our website to guide help you know what you need to know to get married in Las Vegas.
Do hire a local wedding planner: Choose your Las Vegas wedding planner carefully. Base it on not only your budget but also what the planner will bring to the table. It would be wise to ensure the vendor has experience with respect to Las Vegas wedding planning. It is important to choose a vendor who will be proficient to guide you in either scenario, whether you decide to have a small wedding elopement in Vegas or a large formal affair.
Do send marriage announcements: It is courteous and proper protocol to send out wedding announcements to those in your life. Doing so keeps you connected and enables everyone to know your final decision. You can also showcase the elopement photos in your announcement or use this opportunity to invite them to your event at home.
Do plan an event afterward at home: Most couples who elope in Vegas do plan to have a follow-up celebration inviting friends and family. This will afford the opportunity to showcase your photo or video slideshow and all people to still be a part of the event in a small way.
Don’t underplay it: If you do decide to elope in Las Vegas, treat it just like you would a bigger wedding. It is still your wedding so make sure to celebrate just as much and don’t underplay it just because you’re eloping.
Don’t forget to budget: Get ready to elope in Las Vegas by looking over our budget overview which outlines important questions you need to answer about your budget essentials. For ideas on how to get married in Las Vegas and how to budget for your Vegas wedding, read this article.
Don’t feel guilty: In the end, there is no need to justify your decision to anyone. What is most important is to do what is best for you both.It is your wedding day. If you want to include family, invite the VIP’s along and then have a get together at your hometown later. This will be sufficient to satisfy most everyone and make you happy in the end. Happy planning and contact us if you need assistance and guidance to make your day a special one to remember for all the right reasons.
Custom Las Vegas Weddings owner Julie Nourish donated her officiant services on November 10th, 2017 for Brandon and Amberrose Cone. Julie and all vendors who participated are members of the Las Vegas Wedding Chamber of Commerce were honored to offer our services and give back to the Las Vegas community. We worked as a team to contribute to the Las Vegas Marries the Military contest.
Maverick Helicopter company was so generous to support the contest and they donated the entire package to this couple. Amanda’s wedding photography donated her photography and did a video for the couple, Julie Nourish donated her wedding officiation services and provided a customized wedding renewal ceremony and Ron Decar donated his event center and Park and Myrtle DJ services provided fantastic music for the celebration at the end.
There were many other members of the Chamber who donated their time, media coverage, cake, attire, and alcohol to celebrate and toast to each winner continued happiness. We all worked as a team to make this happen for the couples.
Amberrose, the wife of a Navy veteran Brandon Cone entered this contest because both her parents and in-laws were married in Vegas and since it is part of her family history to get married in Vegas she thought it would bring good luck. This was a commemoration of the family relationships held dear to them as well as a good luck charm for their marriage as well.
Brandon and Amberrose were thrilled to find out they won the contest. Their experience left them with memories they will cherish for a lifetime.
It started out exciting and they were thrilled to ride in a helicopter and Ambrose’s favorite part was the “Zoom” she felt taking off from Maverick Helicopters helipad to head out the Grand Canyon.
Brandon was giving a thumbs up because he was so jazzed up for this flight and the Grand Canyon experience.
Amberrose was ready to go too. She was beaming with excitement and happiness.
We all had to wear safety flotation belts as we flew over Lake Mead on the way to the Canyon, which was a very scenic route.
As we approached the Grand Canyon, the beauty and grandeur of it became breathtakingly beautiful!
Brandon and Amberrose shared their wedding story with me and I created a customized meaningful renewal ceremony for them, personalized to their story. When we arrived at the Grand Canyon the ceremony began within 5 minutes. What better view can you possibly have than the majesty of nature?
Brandon and Amberrose decided to re-exchange their wedding rings and say their vows and promises again. In this photo, Amberrose is placing the ring once again on Brandon’s finger.
It was official! They once again sealed their renewal of vows with a kiss!
Then Rev. Nourish presented a wedding renewal certificate to them commemorating their wedding renewal of vows.
How much fun is it feed your spouse cake at the Grand Canyon? Brandon was having fun and Amberrose was giggling.
Now it was her turn and they both behaved without smushing it in each other’s face. After 7 years married there is still a lot of trust between them.
The father of the Groom, George, was having the time of his life enjoying the renewal and being a military vet himself he was honored to be at their renewal of vow ceremony. He thought it was fantastic they won the Las Vegas Marries the Military contest. They enjoyed a picnic and toast to commemorate a lifetime of continued happiness.
Brandon and Amberrose pose with the Maverick Helicopter. Doesn’t it seem small to do such grand things?
The wedding renewal tour was over. Everyone wished them the best of happiness!
After the wedding renewal, the helicopter flew back to Las Vegas and over the Vegas skyline giving the couple a bird’s eye view of the strip. Fantastic!
Thanks to the Las Vegas wedding chamber of commerce and all the vendors who donated their services to make the Las Vegas Marries the Military contest a success!
Here are some ideas to consider which will help you make the most of a romantic time together after your wedding ceremony. If you are looking for ideas these will most likely intrigue you. There are useful links in the article to help you do further research.
1. Stroll Vegas’ glittery streets
Whether you’re doing your tranquil saunter along the newer section of Las Vegas Boulevard or shopping for a memento at the Worlds Largest Gift Store, you cannot leave until you’ve taken in the excitement of the Fremont Street Experience (FSE). The Glitter Gulch, three stage-free concerts, Viva Vision and the SlotZilla Zip Line among lots of sparkly treasures along the FSE is the place to make out, take selfies, watch people or just stroll hand in hand.
2. Wager at the Titanic slot machine
Being with the one you love after getting married in the sparkly city is never complete without as many minutes at the Titanic slot machine. You’re all about romance and love and after you get married in Vegas this unique exhibit should peak the romance. Gambling for fun at the backdrop of the high-ocean romantic love affair is one of the most romantic eternal moments to add to your Vegas honeymoon.
After you get married in Vegas, you will already be pumped up. Why not add an adrenaline charge to your romantic sensibilities by flying the Sin City SlotZilla zip line? This appeals to the more adventurous wedding newlyweds but is popular. Flying as a couple, shouting, screaming and feeling a load of fun as you see the sparkly downtown in all its glory from up there will be one activity stamp for a great relationship.
The Linq high roller is a very romantic experience for Las Vegas newlyweds that don’t mind heights. It is located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip and it provides spectacular views of the city. The cabin holds up to 30 people and takes a half hour to make the loop. For the price, it is a very romantic way to see the city and capture photos to cherish of the Vegas experience. Of course, you may also elect to keep one of the photos they take of you as your ride.
After getting married, stylish dining comes next, naturally. Enjoy the best dining this city offers. There are many restaurants to choose from. Several romantic choices come to mind. Lakeside at the Wynn is refined romantic dining located at the Wynn casino and resort. Some other ideas are the authentic Brazilian cuisine at the Fogo de Chão or the best of a chophouse chain at the Capital Grille with a unique clubby ambiance. SW Steakhouse or go Chinese at the lavish Wing Lei are nice are also romantic choices.
Read this article which is an excellent resource for romantic restaurant choices.
6. Superimpose a quick Vegas nuptial
At the popular Fremont Street Experience, you can visit the unique photo Magic kiosk and participate in a pretend Vegas nuptial. It’s a fun way to surprise and maybe even confuse your relatives and add some humor to your experience in Las Vegas. The kiosk overlays the faces of lovebirds on the bodies of all types of other wedding couples how got married in Vegas. It’s a great way to add to the keepsake of your Vegas experience.
7. Soothe with a couples massage
Don’t leave without popping into Vegas massage spas and for healing those tired feet and bodies. Las Vegas has many professional spas in a myriad of casinos, too numerous to mention briefly. Try looking for some Groupon deals on the Las Vegas strip. Your Vegas romance will blossom as you are pampered with your couples massage. Spas offer complimentary steam rooms, saunas and jacuzzis most of the time as well.
8. Catch a Vegas show
Whether feeling seductive or feisty catching a Vegas show is a must after your Vegas marriage. Curl up with your lover as you watch Zumanity’s teasing sensuality art show or take the naughtiest fantasy journey you’ve ever tried with your partner with the the Rev show at the Wynn hotel and casino. Free shows in Vegas are plenty all week as well, particularly at the Fremont Street Experience.
9. Two-some chocolate fix a must
The fantasy of Vegas after your marriage is incomplete without a chocolate fix for the two of you! It can be the sticky toffee treat pudding at the Gordon Ramsay Steak or the Hexx Chocolate treatment of artisanal chocolate, great candy, and craft ice cream. Jinju Chocolates and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory along Fremont Street are both excellent chocolate and candy stops.
10. Walk through Caesars Palace Forum shops at sunset
Whether to gaze at the amazing fake sunset, shop for keepsakes or stop in a restaurant, walking through Caesars Palace forum is a romatic experience you don’t want to miss. The cheesecake factory will hardly disappoint you while a free animatronics show featuring the sinking of Atlantis by the aquarium will be a special pleasure for a romantic stroll. The ceiling changes colors to match the time of day it is with intense red sunset at night and glittery blue sky with painted clouds during the day. This experience is sure to dazzle anyone.
11. Escape to the Red Rock Canyon State Park
The Vegas strip can be loud and escape to the scenic Red Rock Canyon park opens you up to one of the most romantic places around. It’s about a 45-minute ride outside the city. You don’t want to miss the scenic drive which features spectacular red rock mountains you can climb on without using ropes. The Spring Mountain Ranch State Park is nearby Red Rock Canyon and also has superbly preserved historic areas with exceptional grounds for romantic picnics. Lots of picnic tables are available to get you into an idyllic romantic hot afternoon mood while a walk around Lake Harriet is a glimpse to a hidden gem for dreamers.
12. Sway with the Fountains of Bellagio
Immediately you’re there, the dancing swaying jets of shooting water of the Bellagio will dazzle you. Make the fountains a part of your romantic itinerary by making dinner reservations at the Yellowtail, Le Cirque, Olives or Picasso restaurants as the perfect backdrop for a quality evening.
The Eiffel Tower Experience is at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas. What could be more romantic than visiting the famous French landmark, even if it is a replica? Lots of marriage proposals in Vegas happen there, but for those just married, the panoramic view is an amazing setting for true romance at the top of the landmark, particularly at night when the true illumination of the Strip is most glorious. Come prepared to take loads of pictures. You might want to make reservations for the Eiffel Tower restaurant while you are at it and keep the Vegas romance going as you take in the view of the Vegas Strip while you eat.
14. Floating Gondola romance at the Venetian
Venetian gondolas are famous worldwide and the smaller version in the Venetian hotel Grand Canal Shoppes mall presents a wonderful, romantic Venetian gondola ride like no other. Step up your romance after your Vegas marriage with a gondola for two and set off the voyage with the mall’s remarkable architecture as your backdrop. The ride lasts 15 minutes allowing you to combine shopping, sightseeing, and dinner at the Venetian.
15. Visit the famous Las Vegas Sign
These great options will add extra pizazz to the excitement of getting married in Vegas. After all, it’s a unique experience. Why not pair it with unique Vegas-style entertainment after your wedding ceremony?
Contact Julie to learn more about getting married in Vegas to start the planning process. The assortment of wedding services ranges from wedding ceremonies on location to full-service Las Vegas wedding packages on location.
Tying the knot usually takes far more work than just saying yes. Usually, it involves a lot of family and friends, faces familiar and less so, and a logistical behemoth which takes months to put together. If you plan to get married in Vegas and dread the thought of a large ceremony, spending a fortune, and moonlighting through your special day, you might want to elope in Vegas as an alternate consideration.
People routinely underestimate the beauty of simplicity and tie themselves with all kinds of social expectations. If you are familiar with what I’m saying, and understand the burlesque of an expensive ceremony all too intimately, this article might come handy rather soon.
And regardless of whether or not you’ve made up your mind about eloping in Vegas, some things you do have to be reminded of. We’ve seen far too many people going over the same mistakes time and again, so our goal is to pave the road even more and give you valuable advice to elope to Vegas. Here is where you should pay attention.
One: Not leaving enough time for hair and makeup
Having a Vegas wedding doesn’t mean you get to forget about stress altogether. Planning the logistics of location, the transportation, and the coordination, all follow a strict schedule. The groom might allow himself a laid back attitude before the wedding, but a bride should know better. No matter how simple you prefer your wedding, hair and makeup will always require extra time.
Do remember, therefore, to schedule your glam team at least two hours prior to the ceremony. That way you can relax, drink a mimosa, and actually enjoy the preparation while savoring the moment.
Two: Not capturing your memories in photos
There are so many options for eloping in Vegas and some ideas include photos and others don’t. But when you look back on your wedding day you might regret it if you don’t capture your wedding day memories. Hiring a Vegas wedding photographer can go a long way, since you’ll have amazing pictures to show, and even a video of the ceremony to stream online.
Extremely popular, nowadays, is theLas Vegas wedding photo touras an option to elope in Vegas and also capture memories for a lifetime. Why not add on more limousine time and include a scenic wedding photo tour? This can be planned for you affordably and include an unforgettable scenic trip to places you don’t normally get to see when you are typical tourist in Las Vegas. This can all be easily planned and coordinated for you by a professional Las Vegas wedding planner.
Three: Not considering the first look
Frank & Elizabeth Eloped at Red Rock Overlook
The ceremony itself can offer a degree of distraction, which though easy to handle is enough to prevent a creative and memorable photo session. A first look, therefore, which is a reunion between the bride and groom hours before the ceremony, is ideal for capturing those memories.
You can arrange a creative Las Vegas wedding photo tour, and savor the moment without having to rush and panic.
Four: Not being prepared for the formalities
A Vegas wedding by law requires you to obtain a wedding license. These are issued hustle free, even to non-residents of the US, but you’ll still have to provide a proof of identification. Birth certificates are not mandatory, and any type of official government photo ID will suffice. But there are also specific details you want to know about that are different in Las Vegas. Be prepared by looking ahead and making the necessary arrangements.
Remember, also, that holidays are a peak season, when it’s harder to find, schedule and orchestrate a Vegas wedding with all of the details included –especially if you are doing it by yourself.
Five: Scheduling the celebration dinner too soon
Restaurant overlooking the Bellagio Fountains
Though not exactly busy like New York or Los Angeles, it still takes longer than expected to travel from location to location in Vegas. Getting from the wedding location to the wedding reception can easily become super stressful if you forget to schedule the celebration at least one hour later.
During a wedding, almost anything can happen and often does. You might want to take more pictures, there might be a delay with the limo or the Las Vegas wedding venue you are using … or God knows what else. Leave enough room, therefore, to get to your celebration on time. It is well worth your time and money to reduce the stress of the occasion to hire a simple wedding coordinator to plan your wedding in Vegas ahead of time.
Six: Not using the complimentary hotel concierge services
A helping hand can easily turn what seems to be Herculean effort into a solution only one phone call away. Note that prices can vary greatly depending on which hotel you are staying, but even small services can be a life saver. Think in the lines of planning assistance, dress and tux assistance, referral for cake and flowers…
Also, do not rely on yourself when setting up reminders. It’s harder to remain calm and coordinated with your special day getting closer. You can always ask the concierge service to help you with reminders and notify you about important deliveries. We at Custom Las Vegas Weddings also offer an all in one day of planning service to our couples. So whether you go with the concierge at your hotel or decide to avail yourselves of an all in one solution like ours, it is a service you might not want to overlook.
Seven: Not having enough limousine time
With traffic being such a frustration, you’ll need more time to travel from one point to another. More than likely since you don’t know the city well you would be smart to leave it to a professional planning company to make a day of timeline. A professional will be able to estimate more accurately how much time you will need for the limousine. This is invaluable service and will help avoid the pitfalls of being late to the wedding, restaurant reservations or shows. But that’s one side of the coin. The other is more about having fun, enjoying Vegas for what it is, and allowing the experience of the ceremony to sink in before continuing with your special evening.
Be careful not to over-drink though. It is easy to forget about limits altogether when you are driving through Vegas, at night, experiencing the hidden rhythm with all of those lights shining.
Eight: Elope in Vegas Jitters – avoid partying too much and lack of sleep, dehydration
A wedding day, complex or less so, would still require lots of energy. And the magic of Vegas and the partying or gambling it offers is more alluring than any other when it comes to keeping you awake. Nothing can zap your energy more than these top three things:
Drinking too much: Save the drinking for the night of or the night after the wedding.
Not getting enough sleep: Get the needed amount of sleep the night before the wedding and be clear the day of.
Not drinking enough water: Whenever you travel, you need to keep hydrated. Any travel and climate change will require more water intake.
If you want a memorable and enjoyable wedding day, take this advice – you must pay heed to these cautions. No matter what! There is always time for late night partying after the wedding.
Nine: Not having a planner help you coordinate your wedding day
If you are in Vegas for the first time, try to make the calculations up front, and see whether or not you’ll fare better with a Vegas wedding planner. They can handle the wedding day coordination down to detail, and even pass you discounts for coordinating vendors, saving you money in the long run, making your experience eloping in Vegas stress free.
Vendors have an easier time collaborating with wedding planners, arranging dozens of discounts for transportation, flowers, or a garden variety of small perks and time savers. This will take the burden off your shoulder and help you relax and save money in the long run.
A Vegas wedding planner can help you plan to elope in Vegas or plan whatever you have in mind within a reasonable budget. They will take your wedding event and provide it with the extended treatment it deserves and it won’t cost a fortune to use their services if you choose the right company.
Be specific about what you want and don’t want with your wedding planning assistant. Share your preferences with your planner. They know how to plan a simple Vegas wedding.
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The wedding planner you choose should let you share your vision, and offer lots of different places to elope in Vegas, as well as exciting Las Vegas elopement packages for two, including transportation, photo shoots and logistical solutions to every step of the way.