Lucky You in and on The Knot!

While strolling through the reception flowers on The Knot last night, I looked at a centerpiece thinking, “wow, that looks familiar!” and then realized, “hey, I made that!” I clicked on it and found their entire wedding story online. I knew we were featured in the magazine, but was excited to see it again online.


Click the link to see the full collection online or in the latest issue of The Knot Magazine, Missouri and Kansas edition!

Another Lucky You adventure – an Indian Wedding

Cheers to the new Mr. and Mrs. Bast! Working with this fabulously organized and motivated bride was definitely a valuable (and fun!) learning experience for us here at Lucky You. The 18 hour wedding day consisted of a traditional Indian ceremony, with all the bells and whistles to be expected. A groom’s processional with a drummer, a coconut ceremony, beautiful saris, and not to mention amazing food. The bride and groom changed into American wear, with Sheila in a stunning bridal gown and visited their Alma Maters for pictures around town. Closing out the night with a dance-party reception, every guest left feeling special being involved in this couple’s special day. We know that this family-first couple has many, many great years ahead of them! Congratulations!

The Visionary Awards presented us with our biggest thrill yet…

So it’s pretty obvious what our weakness here at Lucky You is…SHOES! We love them! We love dancing around in a great pair, strutting our stuff in the office. It’s the fail safe way to put us in a good mood. When the great people of Grand Center asked us to design for the 2009 Visionary Awards sponsored by hometown favorite Brown Shoe, of course we jumped at the chance and said “yes, of course!” Never in a million years are we going to miss the chance to have so many great styles in one place, not to mention, giving something great to look at to the wonderful women of the arts of St. Louis!

We have the “go big or go home” mentality, so when it came to this endeavor, we did what we thought would be best for stage peices: A Shoe-quarium. Filling 5 foot vases with fabulous shoes, lights and water, then overflowing the top of them with amazingly tall flowers was right on the money!