It's a Big Day and I'm Here to Answer the Big Questions

Ask me anything! I'm here to answer any questions you have and will always be fully transparent with you as your wedding advocate.

Everything you need to know about investing in a wedding planner

Why should I hire a planner? And why you?

Simply put, a professional planner will alleviate your anxiety during the most special season of your life. And why me? Simply, experience. I have had a hand in thousands of weddings. I understand how wedding vendors and venues make decisions, as well as the ins and outs of every aspect of the industry. And I bring that unique perspective to my planning.

What is the difference between coordination and planning?

Wedding coordination begins about thirty days ahead of your wedding. You've chosen all of your vendors and made your plans but need a professional to tie up the loose ends and oversee the final details, leaving you to relax and enjoy!

Full-service planning covers every detail from the overall concept and site selection to finalizing the tiny details that leave lasting impressions. You will be guided each step of the way. Partial planning is in between with help along the way in the specific areas you would like help in.

Do I still need a wedding coordinator if I have a venue coordinator?

100%. Your venue coordinator is typically tasked with vendor load-in/out, bar service, table set up, and staffing concerns. They are busy behind the scenes and you'll need a professional to focus on you, the ceremony and the flow of the reception.

Do you offer day-of coordination?

Let's talk about this. Day-of coordination is a misnomer. No one can step in the week or day of your wedding and capably carry out your wishes for the most important day of your life. More time is needed to understand your plans, formulate an itinerary, confirm with your vendors and hash out the final details or layout, vendor load-in and lots of other items. In the final weeks leading up to your big day, I want you to relax and focus on anticipating the wedding of your dreams.

What is the difference between partial and full planning?

Full service planning begins as soon as your date is guaranteed and doesn't conclude until we recap after your honeymoon. The hours are unlimited and cover any and all wedding details. Partial planning, on the other hand, is for those who need a small, set number of consulting hours to handle questions that arise. Of course, both services include wedding day coordination.

My friends and family have offered to help. Is this a good idea?

You've invested a lot into your wedding day and my hope for you is that you get to enjoy every moment with the friends and family who've come to celebrate you. Leave the details to a professional and cherish every moment.

How I work

Will you work with our vendors or only those that you recommend?

I can work with any vendor. While I'm delighted to share my recommendations with you, feel free to choose your own.

Do you take more than one wedding per day?

Never. You will always have my full attention on your wedding day.

Will you set up my decor?

I am happy to place some final details, though most decor placement should be left to your florist as I will be focused on taking care of you, your bridal part, family and guests as they arrive.

Where I work

What areas do you service?

Atlanta and beyond! I have planned and coordinated weddings around the Southeast.

Do you do destination weddings?

Absolutely! Anywhere you wish to wed, I can help. Travel fees apply; just ask!

Our wedding is in Atlanta but we live in another state. Can you still help us?

Of course! I work with many couples in this scenario. We'll stay in touch by email, phone or video conference and plan meetings around your travel schedule to Atlanta.

Additional Details

what are your hours?

Since weddings typically happen on the weekends, I keep regular business hours during the week. But feel free to reach out to me anytime via email and I'll get back to you as soon as possible.


Do you require a Deposit?

Yes, a signed contract and deposit guarantee your wedding date.


What forms of payment do you accept?

Payments can be made by check or electronically.