Orchestrating a well-composed wedding not only means planning and organizing all of the logistics, but also designing and molding an event to take you and your guests on a journey. A journey through your separate personalities, a journey through your lives as a couple, a journey through the wedding day, and a journey through the event space itself.
For many, this is the first time you’re hosting a celebration of this kind, and the process is one that can use some help navigating. This event ‘experience’ is an adventure, one that should engage all the senses, and take you and your guests on a beautiful ride. From start to finish, your details (fonts, colors, textures, sounds, and tasty bites) will be artfully curated to trigger a feeling…and for a few hours a little magic, too!
Our incredible team of designers and planners will not only help select vendors and coordinate the weekend events, but will design and execute an experience that represents your individual story and aesthetic. Our goal is to create your very own wedding ‘brand’ - from the Save the Date card all the way to the Thank You notes, your event will be elegantly cohesive. Utilizing our in-house team of graphic designers, you can be sure that all aspects of your wedding are thoughtfully tailored to your brand.
Interested in taking the next steps? Give us a call! We will set up a consultation to discuss the scope of assistance you’re seeking and detail out for you the service plan we would suggest for you. We offer a range of services, and can tailor a ‘package’ that best suits the level of involvement you prefer.
We offer both Partial Planning and Full Planning & Design services to include (but are not limited to) the following:
*Please note that all levels of service include an event manager and a team of assistants on your wedding day*
Complete project management
Customized budget & checklist creation
Day-of event management & production
Vendor recommendations & industry resources
Floor planning & event design
Selection of designer details
(linen, china, florals, etc.)
Site visits, in-studio meetings, phone & email communication