Too often, brides rely on family and friends to help carry out plans on the day of their wedding. By asking a friend or family member to take on this stressful task, that person will not be able to enjoy the event as a guest. No Fun! In most cases, your family and friends have little experience in the role of a event planner. This is a very daunting and stressful task to keep on top of everything that must be done to ensure that the day runs perfectly. Knowing that everything is being managed by professional coordinators will allow you and your family members to enjoy your special day.
Whether you’re looking for full-service event styling, creative consultation, or just floral design, I’ll meet with you to learn your story, discuss your vision, and create a customized proposal for your event. We’ll start with some broad inspiration – words, colors, textures, and images – and pare it down to a storyboard that feels elegant, simple, and you.
The magic happens in the details, and details are my passion. My role as stylist is to find (and sometimes create) the pieces that make up the spaces, attire, and tabletop. It’s more than just decor – I’ll think through lines and shape, how the organic will play into the manmade, how the objects we choose speak to your history, your loves, and your future hope.
As a full-service wedding planner, I handle all of the logistics, vendor contracts, timelines, and budgets for your wedding day. I will act as the main point of contact for all vendors, ensuring you enjoy your engagement while also knowing your wedding is being planned with the utmost care.
I was born and raised in Annapolis, Maryland, and attended James Madison University. Go dukes! I grew up in a home full of vintage pieces and as a little girl I was taken from one antique shop to another. Most of my friends spend their money on clothes, while I spend my money on timeless pieces. I have been collecting etched glass, china, and pretty curtains my entire life.
Favorite Color: White. I love a good clean look with pops of color.
Favorite thing about the wedding industry: Growing close to our wonderful clients and bringing their vision to life.
Favorite movies: Life as a House, Now and Then and Pearl Harbor.
Favorite Antiques: Etched Mirrors.
Favorite City: NYC or Paris.
I was born in the sweet chocolate town of Hershey, PA. I spent a significant part of my summers growing up below the Mason-Dixon line mostly in the charming and historical city of Charleston, South Carolina. In Charleston, I fell in love with pastels, fresh flowers, antiques, and good old fashion Southern hospitality. I love styling old classic pieces with new trends, editing Instagram pictures, refurbishing estate furniture, and dancing to any Beyonce song.
I love the use of natural light, pops of cheerful colors, using antique furniture, and gold foil
I grew up in beautiful Montgomery County, MD. I spent a lot of time adventuring around DC and a significant part of my summers in Orlando, Florida. I love dancing, traveling, and spending time with the ones I love. Whenever I travel to new places, I love to collect little pieces from that area, and I always have my camera ready to take photos of all the beautiful sights and styles each place had to show me. Usually after looking through all the things I discover in a new place, I tend to incorporate that into my style.
I love a clean cut design, a neutral deep color palette, and candles!
I grew up outside of Baltimore, MD. I spent my summers in Ocean City, MD and quickly fell in love with the beach atmosphere, leading me to spend my undergraduate years at Salisbury University, where I have now become an alumni. I love to travel, try new things, especially unique food, and meet new people. Collecting items from my travels has led to a whole wall full of shadowboxed memories.
If you want to hear more, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to working with you!