Every wedding is a learning experience! Every time we step into a venue on our clients' wedding day we are bringing all of our previous experience to the table, and taking note of all of the new things we can learn to help this company grow! In our journal, we share some of those insights with you!
Palette Developement & Description by Elie V. One of the best wedding colour trend this year is Dusty Rose. It is such a lovely and timeless colour that you can tie into any season. This colour can brighten up a rich wedding palette or bring colour into a neutral one. To show off this wonderful […]
When I got married I had a wonderful venue event team. They were kind and met with me a couple of times throughout the process to help me finalize day-of plans. And truly they were wonderful and helpful, especially when tragedy struck my family. My grandmother passing away a month and a half before my wedding, subsequently creating financial and emotional hardships. I would not trade where I got married for anything, but despite that, I wish I’d hired a wedding planner.
As a planner, it’s my job to advocate for my couples, making sure they get the best from everyone they hire. However, especially now, I must also be an advocate for my fellow vendors, for without them there are no exceptional weddings and events.
back and forth when it comes to COVID-19. Sometimes I am a concerned citizen thinking about my family and the families of the people in my city. Sometimes I am a business owner, worried about my livelihood…In the midst of all of that, I am also a wedding planner, devastated by how every couple is feeling at this moment-
When you think day-of coordination, imagine going to a hospital you’ve never been to, with a high-risk pregnancy. You’re in labour and experiencing shortness of breath because of an existing health condition that needs immediate attention. Now in the labour room, a random doctor walks in and says “Hi, there! I’m going to be delivering your baby.”
Naming a wedding planning business, or any business in general for that matter, is like a lesson in dreaming with your eyes wide open: awkward and slightly uncomfortable. You have to try to picture your future and be aware of your 3, 5 even 10-year plans and think of a name that’s in-line with where you want to take the business. You have to ask yourself how the name you chose will impact the image of your business once you’ve started it.