Sarah is the daughter of a very good friend of mine, and she wanted a traditional Big Fat Greek Wedding. My design guidance was, essentially, two words: Sage & White; and one phrase: “simple elegance.”
All you need is love...and a wedding planner.
Your Look, Brought to Life
My university trained theater technicians and artists combined with curated inventories and custom fabrication allows me to tailor services for each couple. As a wedding planner, I have a team with unique skills, and experience to my designs, and help managing, and execute your dream day.
It's YOUR day, let me help you make it your BEST day.
Frequently Asked Questions
I often get the question, “what if…?” in one form or another. I am practical. Life is not perfect, but “the show must go on…”. For Example: we arrived at the hotel at 6am on the dot for our load in, but the freight elevator was broken! Uuugh! With advance planning, we always have additional time in our schedule for surprises. Our muscles were aching the next morning. We used the stairs. The family was never aware of any hitch.
Yes. Throughout the rivers of Virginia and Maryland, family farms and on historic estates. Everything must be planned for, including electrical services and how best to support catering and more.
I will be glad to travel to you. In 30 years, I have produced events as far north as Boston, several programs on the west coast, Chicago, New Orleans, Texas, and South Carolina. I would love to produce your wedding in Miami Beach or on a warm tropical island anytime from January to March to escape the winter cold 🙂 Destination services are no different than local services – just a bit more planning. I do suggest getting started much earlier when planning a destination wedding. Contract your planner a couple years ahead and apply for your passports.
I have been in business for 25 years, this has never occurred. While planning, we keep frequent communications with vendors and have rigorous follow-up calls and discussions regarding installation. With equipment arriving early and in some cases the day before the event, planning is the precautionary steps we take to make sure your an event goes off without a hitch.