My event design

The Process

Everything is a process…so let’s walk you through ours! Don’t be alarmed, we have put together a list of stages leading to your special event so that we ensure all the bases are covered:




  • Get to know one another.
  • Go through all your initial thoughts, such as preferred date, venue, and theme.
  • Touch on the scope of the event, this includes estimated guest count, key objectives, budget, the timeline, and expectations.
  • We’ve decided that we’re a good match.
  • After the meeting, a contract will be sent to you to be signed
  • A 50% deposit will be paid in order to be placed on MY client schedule.




  • Start doing MY  “field work.”
  • Start contacting the vendors/suppliers we trust and work with and crafting a timeline of execution.
  • Start sourcing and reserving furniture rentals, entertainment, audio-visuals, catering and bartenders.
  • Entertainment is in the process of being booked.
  • Start working on the wedding day schedule and logistics.
  • All the moving parts start synchronizing together as we get closer and closer to the big day




  • In-depth design boards, 2D floor plans, and distinctive floral tablescape designs.
  • Design of the bride and groom entrance, as well as the guest entrance.
  • Visual content for screens and video mapping.
  • Personalized branding of all items related to the wedding - these include: table cards, escort cards, food menu, bar menu, welcome notes, and weekend itinerary to name a few.
  • You pick and choose what makes your heart flutter and what you’d like to leave out.
  • The most important part of this is knowing that we are aiming to provide your guests with the ultimate sensory experience.




  • Event set-up and decor execution
  • Coordination and management of all vendors during the event set-up 
  • Management and execution of timeline and schedule
  • It is your time to live in the moment and forget about all the background noise, because as you see throughout the journey, you are in safe hands.
  • You experience your first day of your “Happily Ever After”