Constant pressure and outside opinions. Worrying about pleasing the masses. So many decisions to make that you can’t see the forest through the trees…or the send-off through the sparklers. These are so often the hallmarks of the wedding-planning journey—but, with an intentional approach, they don’t have to be. (Glasses in the air to that!)
Before I ever start sketching up custom design ideas or tweaking timelines, I develop an in-depth understanding of your vision, schedule, communication style, and family background. This understanding then fosters the foundation of trust and connection we’ll build your dream day upon.
The end result? An effortless engagement—and a wedding day that doesn’t just celebrate your story, but radiates it at every thoughtful touch-point.
Before I became an established wedding planner in Los Angeles, I spent 13 years in the apparel industry working in design, product development, and production. This experience gave me both a sharp eye for aesthetics and some serious project-management skills. (Read: I live to dream up never-before-been-done designs and execute them seamlessly.)
After I had my son, I knew I didn’t want to go back to a crazy schedule in a demanding industry. I spent some time reflecting on my passions and, with the encouragement of my husband, dove into the world of wedding planning. And, as someone who was born to serve, I’ve never been more fulfilled.
I find so much happiness in helping couples remain in the moment for such a meaningful day in their lives (especially considering I spent my own wedding managing vendors and worrying about gathering my belongings at the end of the night). More than anything else, I lead with heart and treat every wedding as if it were my own.
At the end of the day, I see my role as so much more than just your wedding planner. I’m here to act as your sounding board. Your guide. Your advocate. And, when things on the dance floor get wild, your impromptu seamstress (true story—I’ll tell you all about it when we meet).
I happily donate a portion of every booking to organizations that serve children—-from Create Now, Orangewood Foundation, Giving Children Hope and more.