When considering the vendors for your wedding day or other event, ask yourself if you believe they would go out of their way to make sure your day is all that you hope it will be.
The Minneapolis Star Tribune reported that one particular clothier went above and beyond his clients' expectations this past weekend.
According the newspaper report, Judd Frost of Judd Frost Clothiers in Wayzata, Minnesota, discovered that his client Jason Anderson had left the pants to his wedding suit in the dressing room at the shop. Not wanting his client to have to find a replacement that almost certainly wouldn't be just right, Judd Frost figured the best option was to send his daughter Jessie Frost, who is employed at the shop, to Costa Rica to hand deliver the pants.
Jessie Frost reportedly endured 11 hours of travel on Sunday and successfully handed off the pants to the bride and groom, ahead of their Monday afternoon wedding ceremony. The newspaper reported that the couple's wedding was at a beach resort on the Pacific Ocean. Having been there myself, I can tell you it's somewhat of an adventure to get there, especially at night. Google Maps puts it at plus or minus 3,381 miles. That's quite a day's work.
The next time someone tells you they will go the extra mile for you, ask yourself if you think they're as serious as Judd Frost Clothiers!
James Edward Bates Photography provides photographic services for weddings, portraits, corporate and editorial clients internationally.
He can be reached at (844) 2-SAY-I-DO or James@JamesEdwardBates.com.