We believe that there are two key aspects when planning the overall feel of your wedding day. One is the hospitality aspect - the service expertise, food selections, beverage offerings, entertainment & accommodations that comprise the event essentials that your guests will experience. Second is the aesthetic aspect - the color palette, the fabric and floral textures, the paper goods, the lighting, the way the photographer captures the day, and all the other artistic elements that allow guests to experience the couples love through creative design.
When planning the hospitality elements of a wedding I demand the best, I team up with talented, experienced professionals who delivery top notch customer service, including highly reputable venues and resorts, caterers, bands and DJs. Compromising in this area is not an option.
When it comes to the aesthetic part of the planning I enjoy getting to know my couples to draw inspiration from their personal style and interests. Your wedding should not be based on a trend or a pin on Pinterest! Since marriages are a union of two distinct individuals, I enjoy mixing and matching styles to create a completely unique design that stands the test of time. Perhaps the bride is an old soul who adores vintage style, but the groom is more modern. Maybe the bride loves bold, bright colors, but the groom appreciates more subtle hues. I love taking this opportunity to blend two styles to create a wedding that you will look back on fondly when you are celebrating your 50th anniversary.