An Asheville Destination Wedding for Foodies and Craft-Beer Lovers at the OMNI Grove Park Inn featuring both a Hindu and a Christian ceremony.Read More
Now that you are engaged, where should you start?
Here are our top three suggestions- and none of them involve planning your wedding! Why? Because we believe in creating space to enjoy every moment of life.Read More
I became a wedding planner so my friends, their friends, and their families could benefit from the lessons I learned as a bride.Read More
A designer wedding gown, golden fall sunlight, and berry tones. This fall wedding inspiration brings a touch of formality to an Old World elopement.Read More
Jenn and John's Organic Vineyard Wedding at Breaux Vineyards is featured on Magnolia Rouge.Read More
After spending months or years planning your wedding, what happens the next day?
Is it truly all over or has it just begun?
What does it look like to be just married?
An elegant, laid-back backyard wedding in Potomac, Maryland incorporating family heirloom linens, a wooden arbor built by the groom, the cutest dog with a floral wreath, and an incredible dance party.Read More
What happens if you throw out the wedding rule book?
The end goal for me as a wedding planner is for a couple's wedding to truly reflect their values and personalities. It’s not about my portfolio or design aesthetic. It’s about freeing them to celebrate in the way that most truly reflects them.
As a Washington DC wedding planner, I design weddings for all kinds of weather. Here is a rundown of my favorite cold weather bridal options for stylish ways to stay warm on your wedding day. This collection of ways to keep warm on your wedding day is from my past brides who married in the Washington DC area during the late fall, winter and early spring seasons.Read More
Rather than a traditional blue beach wedding color palette, I designed this wedding inspiration with the green of the Chesapeake Bay in mind. My laid-back elegant wedding design incorporates a picnic champagne toast and time for the couple to skip rocks on the beach.Read More
Ultimately, your wedding should reflect and celebrate your personalities and values- not the style of Martha Stewart, the Knot, or Style Me Pretty- even though they have fabulous styles and ideas. A wedding is about two people becoming one. Your day should reflect the beginning of your journey.Read More
I am there on your wedding day to ensure all the details you selected are present, your guests are warmly welcomed and treated in the way you would treat them, your wedding party is not enslaved by tasks but celebrating with you, and you both are freed up to be fully present to each other.Read More