A little bit about my life... My passion for wedding coordination sparked back in 2014, while job shadowing a local coordinator. It brought me so much joy to help wonderful women have the day of their dreams! From then on, I dreamt of one day owning a wedding coordination business of my own. So here I am working my dream job!
There are very few things that I admire even more than the wedding industry- one of them being my husband. He is my biggest encourager. Not only with my business, but he encourages me in all aspects of life. I'm so thankful for his daily support, love, and friendship. Even more than my husband, I admire Jesus Christ. His love is truly better than anything.
When I'm not coordinating weddings, you can find me hanging out with the three littles that I nanny, taking pictures of my two fur babes, or decorating my home.
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“To be loved but not known is comforting, but superficial. To be known and not loved is our greatest fear. But to be fully known and truly loved is, well, a lot like being loved by God. It is what we need more than anything. It liberates us from pretense, humbles us out of our self-righteousness, and fortifies us for any difficulty life can throw at us.” C.S. Lewis | The Four Loves
On every couples wedding day, I get the pleasure of coordinating their whole day. from timelines to setup to teardown, I help with it all. Throughout my day of working hard, I love being surrounded by so many beautiful things- whether it's the words spoken throughout the ceremony, the flowers that so eloquently bring beauty and freshness, delicate decor that dresses the venue, the romantic ambience and simplicity that a lit candle brings, the wonderful taste of the wedding cake, or the bride dressed in her wedding gown. It's an honor to be surrounded by and entrusted with creating a beautiful day for all to enjoy. As a person who loves aesthetically pleasing things, you get why I love weddings. But it's not just the things.
My wish for every bride & groom is that all the beautiful parts of their wedding are just a glimpse into what their marriage will be like. No, not perfect, because there is no such thing as a perfect marriage. Rather, a beautiful marriage where they are both fully known and truly loved by each other.