We need celebrations and rituals now more than ever. As we become busier and take on more responsibilities, life’s special moments can blend into all the noise.
I am here to make sure you can fully enjoy life’s precious moments.
We get swept up in emails, retirement accounts, and which schools to send our kids. When something as wonderful as a wedding, graduation, or retirement comes along, we can’t stop everything we’re doing to make the occasion as magnificent as we deserve.
Of course there are tons of ideas online, Pinterest of course, and DIY tutorials, but why would you want to calculate how much to tip the caterer or negotiate prices on wine, when you could shop for your wedding dress and daydream about your honeymoon?
How thrilled would your fiancé be if, after you present your stunning ring, you told her all the details of the big day are already taken care of?
Weddings so quickly become all about the planning and then, in a flash, they’re over. As Monica from Friends so aptly put it the day after her wedding, “I’ll never be a bride again! Now I’m just someone’s wife!” I want to make sure the Brides enjoy their reign as Bride, that the Grooms feel special, too, and that all the guests are still talking about your wedding for years to come.
How it all Started
My love of planning and organizing began when I was a child. I was making charts and spreadsheets before I even had a computer. Most importantly, however, I’m a people person and I genuinely care.
I’ll always remember your birthday, I don’t crack under pressure and I can make beautiful hand-lettered signs.
I always say there’s joy in chaos because it offers an opportunity to organize.
I have a Bachelors of Arts in Business Administration and Cultural Anthropology so you know I can see a project through.
I’ve organized many different types of celebrations including a raucous bachelorette party (that guests are still talking about three years later), a Dadchelor party (like a manly baby shower where men chug beer out of baby bottles), and I’ve even had the pleasure of officiated several weddings as well.
So if you have an accomplishment or occasion worth immortalizing, give me a call to set up a complimentary consultation. I’ll treat your event with the same importance as I would my own.