Life gets a bit overwhelming after you have a baby. And after baby #3, you think I would have that figured out. But a new baby at the start of wedding season had me frazzled and I had to make some decisions.
One was finding a nanny to care for my newborn while I could get a few hours of interrupted work. Mallory was one of the people we interviewed and she was sweet and energetic. But the thing that sealed the deal to hire Mallory was her followup. Again, life gets a bit overwhelming after you have a baby. So when she sent me a message a week or two after I interviewed her, asking if we made a decision and she was super interested in helping us out….hired. Thank you for getting in front of me and making my scattered mind make a decision.
As she held Beckett, changed diapers and helped out with housework, I worked. And it was what this business owner with a newborn needed. Help. I needed help. And she delivered with no issues, no problems and with the most God-loving heart. We were all in good hands with Mallory.
Mallory would care for all our kids throughout the years and I would always see what she’s up to on social media. So when this guy named Zach entered the picture, I knew this guy had to be special. And when he proposed, I knew I had to be a part of this wedding day.
On the most beautiful August day, Mallory and Zach got married at CityLight Church with their reception at The Omar.
And let’s talk about gorgeous. Their wedding hit all current trends and style with simple black and white invitations. Their invites were simple, gorgeous and made a statement.
I loved the gray envelope we paired with their invitation suite, which worked perfectly. Wedding day items included ceremony programs, custom signs, a welcome sign and in true 2020 style, “wear your mask” signs.
My husband and I got know Zach and Mallory as a couple this fall when they took our Financial Peace University class we taught. You wanna talk about a couple who is on the right track? This one, right here. Their faith, their love and their future is solid. And I couldn’t be more proud and happy for them.
Congrats, you guys. I can’t wait to see where God takes you and we’ll be one of your biggest cheerleaders throughout it all.
Mallory & Zach
August 8, 2020
Ceremony: Citylight Midtown Church, Omaha
Reception: The Omar
Photographer: Linden McKay
Videographer: A Final Take Films
Floral: Voilà! Blooms
Cake: Sweet Magnolias Bake Shop
Wedding Dress: Ready or Knot
Bridesmaid Dresses: Azazie
Men’s Wear: Men’s Wearhouse
Caterer: Attitude on Food
Officiant: Sam Reece
Transportation: VIP Sedan & Limousine
Rentals: AAA Rents & Event Services
Hair & Makeup: SC Bridal Artistry