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Note, there is a longer conversation to be had about flow of event, placement of these vendors, etc. but for the sake of this journal entry we’re just going to make suggestions on the kind of vendors you can hire to create a unforgettable night for yourself and your guests
Fine Art Wedding Inspiration Can a fine art wedding (something quintessentially light and airy) incorporate the colour black? Short answer: Yes! Nóbl sought to explore the use of black in a fine art table-scape and drew inspiration from the iconic Phantom of the Opera. We looked closely at the elements that we found present in […]
Stunning antique details and understated elegance come together to “tell a tale as old as time” in our fine art wedding shoot “La Belle et La Bête”. The original mid-1700’s provincial France love story, embraces inner beauty, intellect, and charm resembling the same powerful romance shared between this real-life couple. Needless to say, we truly had a ball working with our vendor team on this classic.
Planning a wedding is one of the most exciting, yet stressful, experiences in life. There are so many things to consider – from booking vendors to choosing the perfect decor, the list goes on and on. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all of the decisions that come with the planning process. After all, there’s […]
A Real Wedding Story I wrote a blog last year titled “Intimate Weddings Are An Option”, that spoke about the perks of an intimate wedding. Now we’re in 2021 and I am truly excited as a planner’s/designer about the opportunities Intimate Weddings bring to the wedding industry, not just in COVID times, but going forward […]
Written by Melissa Valentine Foreword: Nóbl Events is lucky to be surrounded by a group of women who enjoy wedding planning as much as we do. In this time of uncertainty and fear, we asked some of them to write about moments in their lives where weddings brought happiness to them, as a small reminder […]
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.