It really was a fairytale
Sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you—from the honeymoon to the holidays I have been swamped!
First off, I want to say that I will always, always, remember your hospitality. From the minute my precious mom and I stepped foot in Rosy's back in August of 2011, we fell in love. Steve offered us wine at 11 a.m., (it's New Orleans, why not?!?!), and we knew we had found the place to make my wedding dreams come true. You made us feel welcome, like part of the family, and Darlene continued that feeling throughout the planning process. When my mom passed away, I felt like my world was ending. It was so hard to finish a planning process that I had started with her, so hard to walk down the aisle without her there, but with the support of family, friends, and amazing vendors like you I made it through the day.
I could not have been mroe happy with out reception. My only wish is that I remembered mor of it, ate more of the food, and actually just sat back and took it all in more... but after talking to many other brides this seems to be a common thing to have happen!
Everyone RAVED about how beautiful the venue was, and how amazing the food tasted! I know I felt well taken care of by both of you all night and I couldn't thank you more for that. My Dad was very pleased, (thank God since he is the one with the money!), and he was very impressed with every single aspect of the night. After the year we have had, it was so refreshing to see him let loose and boogie on the dance floor. I know that my mom was smiling, laughing, and dancing away with the rest of us.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for everything. I know I will visit Rosy's many times in my dreams, because it really was a fairytale.
I hope you both had a very Merry Christmas, and I look forward to hearing about your continued success in 2013. You truly deserve it.
All my best,