Amy Kostman-Wayne is what I call a modern woman. This Legal Eagle wowed me from the first moment we met and I knew I better be on top of my game. Now let me be blunt…
Amy is gorgeous. The peaches and cream complexion, the willowy figure and the dazzling smile makes a person take a second glance. But behind that midwestern-belle exterior is a formidable business woman who frankly, can be ruthless…something right out of “Boston Legal”. Let’s just say I am glad that I was on her team.
Amy knew EXACTLY what she wanted her wedding ceremony and reception to be like. Black linens with sheer gold stripe overlays for drama. Gleaming gold chivari chairs with black cushions and antique gold damask napkins completed her look. Mary Tuttle, a wee, timid lass, was chosen as florist and in true Mary Tuttle style, delivered the wow factor.
I have seen many a wedding dress in my day, but Miss Amy decided to rock my world and showed up in a silk number that left you speechless. The simple, stunning cut of that gown with the plunging decollete made her the center of attention all night. I only had to use the smelling salts on Craig maybe once…twice at the most.
She stole all the glamour that night…it was like I had orange warning cones around me.
Amy and Craig had a long distance relationship and flew into St. Louis to meet. They always met each other at Gate 16 at Lambert and I was so touched that their signature cocktail was “The Gate 16″ Martini. The wedding cake with fondant falling leaves wasn’t bad either.
The jury has reached a verdict. This wedding is found guilty of being fabulous.