Your special day requires a team that’s prepared to make your dreams come true. We specialize in nontraditional weddings on a budget and love to focus on helping multicultural brides and grooms capture their perfect day.
If you’ve been around the blog or any of my socials for any length of time, then you’ll know what I love more than anything is a wedding filled with details that celebrate a couple’s love story and/or culture. To quote Abuela Claudia a la Lin Manuel Miranda’s In the Heights, these kinds of things are the “little details that show the world we are not invisible”. When it comes to intimate weddings, the options are endless for how to customize and craft a day that truly celebrates you.
Your engagement was one of the best days of your life, yet suddenly wedding stress has descended. How can you make it fun again?
While it may be pretty common for wedding stress to be a part of the wedding planning process, it’s time to say no to accepting that. Yes, wedding planning can be fun. If you’re not sure where to start, look no further. Here’s a few helpful tips!
You’ve got the ring on your finger. You’re excited. You may have even picked out the wedding day! Now’s the time to buckle down and start planning your wedding.
One of the biggest ways I encourage couples to do this is through the use of storytelling. You may be asking yourself, “what does storytelling have anything to do with my wedding?” As a GenZ wedding vendor I have two words: Main. Character. You – yes you – are the main character of your wedding. Every conflict has led to this moment, finally getting to say yes to the person who you’ve done so much life with. Every detail should be about telling that story. How you got together, who you two are, and what you love aren’t just pointless asides; they’re the building blocks that can help you to make your wedding day truly memorable.