portland wedding planning

Dear Brides, Yes, You Can Have a Perfect Wedding

Dear Brides, Yes, You Can Have a Perfect Wedding

No matter what you might be thinking now, you can have the perfect wedding. The key, though, is teamwork. I am so lucky to be involved in a community filled with so many talented and hard working creative women, all joining together on a mission to give you a memorable and beautiful day.

Tips on Wedding Planning

Tips on Wedding Planning

Engagements are popping up left and right on my social media feeds, and I have to just take a second and say CONGRATULATIONS! If I could send virtual hugs I would. But, I can't, so I'll just share some of my top wedding planning tips instead. Because if you're just getting started, any help wedding planning is life saving! 

Create a Six Week Wedding Checklist

Create a Six Week Wedding Checklist

Six weeks before my client's wedding, I make it a priority to send them an email to review and finalize all of our plans. At the four week mark, many brides are often overwhelmed by finishing tasks, and find themselves frantically asking for help. I've found that the Six week checkpoint is the perfect time to write all finishing tasks, so that when you reach that one-month-until mark, you've completed the majority of your projects and will get to enjoy the last two weeks without having to worry about last minute details.

Keeping Your Guests Entertained is as Easy as 1, 2, 3

Keeping Your Guests Entertained is as Easy as 1, 2, 3

What do you have planned to keep your guests entertained while you are taking photos with your photographer? This is one of the main concerns I am hearing from brides during consultations, and it's an absolutely valid fear. Planning a wedding is more than what the cake is going to taste like, what flowers are at the alter, and what your main colors are going to be.