A showcase of our beautiful celebrations, wedding planning advice, and business tips for creative entrepreneurs.
If you love the South, you won’t want to miss this colorful Magnolia Plantation Wedding! Stephanie & Ashley held their destination wedding at the beautiful Magnolia Plantation in Charleston. I will venture to say this southern city produces some of the most romantic weddings on earth, and the charm of Charleston never disappoints. My goal was to design a happy, colorful day that was uniquely them. It’s quite apparent from Danielle Harris‘ snaps that these beautiful Brides were simply bursting with joy and understandable since it’s their goal to one day move there.
When Katherine and Jason approached me, we had exactly 2.5 months to bring together Sawyer’s circus theme birthday party! Sawyer loves animals, so a circus or carnival theme was the perfect fit. After finding the perfect venue, it was time to design a beautiful celebration where every little detail was carefully thought through.
As an Indianapolis event planner, I had the pleasure of designing the statement table for the A Classic open house party last Spring. Instead of going with the usual soft tones, I challenged myself to design something bright, bold and modern. As a result, we created a design reminiscent of an elegant yellow and blush dinner party!
A refined European experience is exactly what you get with a RiverOaks Charleston wedding. Imagine having the beauty of Europe without leaving the states. This property is truly incredible – perfectly situated on the River, showcasing the beautiful low country backdrop. Everywhere you turn it is dripping with charm—from the live oak trees dripping with Spanish moss, breathtaking sunsets cascading over the low country marsh, to the subtle hints of European architecture of the family’s home.
Chris and Jim had the most incredible wedding celebration at the Conrad Indianapolis in May! These two lovebirds originally tied the knot 3 days before with a destination ceremony in Georgia. But we kept the party going with a celebration for 120 guests at the Conrad Indianapolis.