From the bride.....
My mother baked and decorated the cakes, assisted by my incredibly Aunt Patrice who flew in from Colorado two weeks before to serve as my mother's right hand man. And my sister Laura (the bridesmaid in the gold headband) was the one who came up with the design of the brides cake.
The DJ was Daniel Pawlowski, owner of Pro Sound Co (http://www.prosoundco.com/). The musicians for the weddings were led by Kevin Mendoza, a student from the UT Music School (http://www.music.utexas.edu/Outreach/GigReferral/). Get this; when he couldn't find sheet music for Europe's "The Final Countdown" from my walk down the aisle, he transcribed it by hand at not additional cost. I was blown away.
Amaz for Hair (http://www.amazforhair.com/) did my hair and make up as well as the hair of most of the wedding party.
Lauren from Pappas Catering (http://www.pappascatering.com/) not only put out what I'm convinced is the most cravable food I've ever seen at a wedding, but she also basically acted as wedding coordinator that week.
My mother and Aunt Patrice also handle all the flowers for the wedding. (Seriously, my wedding without my mom and aunt would have been like watching Sixteen Candles without John Hughes. Sure, the cast leads would still be there, but would it still be the classic movie it is? Not likely.)
Anita from 2BSquared (http://2bsquaredesigns.com/) designed my programs, and she really went above and beyond when we discovered a typo 2 weeks before the wedding. Yikes!
Oh, and don't forget about my photographer (http://lisawoodsphotography.com/); she's amazing :-)