Judy & Brian Mahoney
Bride & Groom
Where do I begin?! I am not exactly sure where; however, one point I can make for certain is that I wish I had contacted Faith sooner than I had in anticipation of the wedding. Brian, my now husband and I had a whirlwind romance from meeting in November 2015 to the engagement in May 2016 to the wedding on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2016.
I reached out to Faith with less than two months of the wedding date. Brian and I had done most of the wedding planning up to this point. We had secured the major vendors for our destination wedding at the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point, NY, and sought Faith Ferguson’s event planning services to “pull it all together” and to “get us across the finish line”. And, that she and her team did, and did it quite well.
Faith was honest, forthcoming and readily negotiated her services based upon our needs. She and her team were highly responsive (via email and telephone) despite it being during the peak of the Christmas holiday season.
Faith was easy to communicate with, and was not only professional, but pleasant and presented a calming attitude when such was required at highly stressful moments.
The welcome bags were better than I anticipated, and included an event timetable for the weekend. I provided simple guidelines and Faith and her team took charge which put my mind at ease allowing me to focus on other priorities. They were the classiest looking bags on display behind the reservations desk at The Thayer Hotel where guests were arriving for two other weddings.
The seating charts and framed table card numbers were exactly as I imagined. Several guests commented on how nice the framed specialty drink signs were which were in remembrance of my late father.
Faith and her team assisted with the coordination of all wedding weekend events. She was personally in attendance at the rehearsal the evening prior as well as the wedding and reception. There were a total of five events over the course of the wedding weekend, and Faith’s team was transformative in its success.