Monday, June 27, 2011

Planning a wedding?

If your planning a wedding don't forget to check out the Links page on our
website We have small but nice collection of wedding and special event related services. Many of which we have personally met, or done business along side with. We have everything! From event centers, local disc jockeys, a couple of harpist's, and even a sketch artist that will paint a picture of your special day. "The Princess's Carriage" website is a great resource to find those many services that you need and desire.

If you have a unique wedding or special event service that you would like us to add to our growing collection of vendors just drop me an e-mail at: and I will be glad to add you to our links.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Leave it to the pro’s you will be glad you did.

The video man did such a great job for these folks! Just so happens he also caught the magic of having "The Princess's Carriage" as part of your special day.

Courtney & Joshua's Wedding from Bryon Roberson on Vimeo.

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Send me a woman to do a mans job!


Meet Lilly Ice my new farrier. This picture was taken right after she had put four new rubber horse shoes on our downtown horse Clyde the Clydesdale. These are not an easy shoe to apply but that isn’t what’s most amazing about this story. The fact that I went through three local male farriers first is pretty interesting though.

There was one that was overwhelmed and claimed the shoes would not fit ( Clyde is sporting them in the pic) Another was an older gentleman in his 70’s who I have been using for several years who does a beautiful job but had to quit because he said doing the big horses made him sore which at his age is understandable. Then a third that came out once but then promptly fell off the planet and can no longer be reached by phone or capable of returning a call left on his voice mail. Which for some odd reason is a common customer complaint about far too many farriers.

However…complaining is not in order when it comes to discussing my new lady farrier Ms Lilly Ice. She is as tough as the horse shoe nails she uses, showed up when she said she would all the way from Russelville 2 hours away, and not only did the job with two unusually cranky draft horses, she did a nice job, and was even open to suggestions without the “I’m the farrier” attitude one generally gets from the guys. You really could not ask for a better scenario. Next time… send me a woman to do a mans job!