Thursday, October 27, 2011

Wedding Consultants

It takes a lot of time and energy to plan a wedding. I always say, on the day of your wedding, you should totally enjoy it and let someone else handle all the details of your special day. A Wedding Consultant can take care of all the details of your wedding. I asked Arlene, with Ah...New Beginnings to help shed some light on what she does and how she can help you plan your dream wedding.

You dream it.

Since you were a child, you envisioned your wedding dress, you walking down the aisle to meet your groom, your first kiss as a married couple, the first time you are called Mr. and Mrs., your first dance together, the toast that your best friend will give, watching your family and closest friends dancing to your favorite music, and at last, you head off to have your dream honeymoon.

We plan it.

It's important to me that we hit it off right from the start. At our first meeting, you feel at ease and comfortable. Your questions are answered. You feel confident working with a certified and trained wedding coordinator who translates your vision with style, grace and professionalism. I am gentle, patient, detailed-oriented and I listen to your concerns and ideas. You are guided throughout the entire process. We keep in touch through emails and phone calls. We meet, plan and work together to create a precise timeline for you, the wedding vendors, wedding party, family and friends who are involved in any aspect of the wedding planning.

You enjoy it.

You wake up on your wedding day and know that someone else is worrying about the details. Everything is smooth and on schedule from rehearsal to wedding ceremony and reception. You, the newlyweds are taken care of. You feel like a guest at your own wedding. You absorb every detail of your special day. Your family and friends have the time of their lives. With past experience, I can manage any unexpected or last minute changes to the wedding details. Working with me exceeds your expectations. You truly enjoy yourselves.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Vision Board

A few years ago, I created a Vision Board. It's been hanging in my home studio and I never looked at it closely until recently. Thoughts of gratitude filled my whole being because I was amazed at how much of my visions and goals had come true. I had set my intentions and put it on paper, then I started working on my goals and something magical happened.

My work in the Bride Northern California Magazine

Creation is always happening. Every time an individual has a thought, or a prolonged, chronic way of thinking, they're in the creation process. Something is going to manifest out of those thoughts.” ~Michael Beckwith