After planning weddings for over 11 years, I have discovered a large percentage of proposals happen around the holidays. I can relate, since my husband popped the question 10 years ago this month. XO, Gianna
Our Company offers a variety of different services, so we may accommodate all of our clients.
We have access to over 4,000 private estates, mansions and venues in the greater Los Angeles area.
In addition, we can help with the wedding or event planning, whatever works best for your needs.
For a stress free wedding, we have listed our top 10 tips for our couples to avoid costly and time consuming mistakes.
Event planners can run through your numbers (guest count and budget) and make great recommendations. The last thing you want to do is start on the wrong course and end up spending more money then you have in your budget.
Start talking with family and close friends to make sure there are no scheduling conflicts.
Will it be formal, elaborate, chic, casual, themed, beach style to name a few ideas.
Once you choose and secure the venue, then you can decide on the other details.
We look for important details such as timeline, contact, pricing and other information that are necessary to keep things running smoothly on the event day.
We create one right after we are hired. This saves our clients valuable time and money.
You want to surround yourself with the right mix of event professionals.
This will help your florist, event planner and others be more in tune with your style, plus creative meetings will stay on creative course.
If they break or they are complicated, it can delay your time on the dance floor!
Make sure this is done before the save-the-dates go out.
Inspired by Color and Pretty Things – What I Am Into This Week:
Here is an unique and great idea to check out for a gift or special card by talented artist Debra Alouise. Each drawing is done by hand and with water colors with high quality glitter dust.
Debra’s Etsy Shop ~ http://www.etsy.com/shop/
Lavender adds a nice touch to the escort card table and beverages.
Fun, fearless and being different – white gowns are stunning, but not everyone wants to wear the traditional white gown at their wedding.
A dark blue gown may seem wild, but trust me it could be stunning. You could ask the bridesmaids to wear ivory (make sure your table cloths are not solid ivory to give some contrast) and the groom and groomsmen could be dressed in good-looking black tuxedos. XO
Have a wonderful day!