I had breakfast with a young man before Christmas and he mentioned that he was waiting for “a relationship to come along that was no maintenance.” Did I mention he’s single? My response to him was “…yeah, good luck with that!” I don’t know anything that is NO maintenance. Especially relationships. What I’ve learned so far in almost 23 years of marriage is compromise and building a relationship (is that maintenance?) is not an endpoint…it’s a process.
Relationships require an effort. And at TT Patton I try to put in the effort necessary to build relationships with my clients; especially new brides and grooms. I love to hear their stories of falling love, how they met Mr. or Miss Right, how they told their parents. It’s the beginnings of relationships (inter-family) that will grow for years to come.
So if you’re just engaged and out and about looking for wedding invitations you may not see bridal books lined against the walls at TT Patton. They’re tucked away in a small cabinet or swatches are hidden in beautiful boxes.
I don’t want you flipping through pages searching for that “perfect” invitation. I want to understand what you need, what you want to create. I want to build a relationship with you to start your journey to one of the most memorable days of your life. And we all know the invitation is the first experience your guests will have with your wedding day.
So have a seat. Take off your coat. Mom, relax. First let’s get to know each other. Then…maybe…when you’re ready…I’ll show you some beautiful samples. Or maybe we’ll get adventurous and start with a blank sheet of paper and create something just for you.
Dude may have called it maintenance….I call it the start of a new relationship. But what do I know….I’m just a married ol’ lady and he’s…well…..just… young.