For those of you, hem hem, experienced enough to remember, there was once a time when the necessity of a wedding coordinator was questioned. Now, as only time can do, it has been proven that a wedding coordinator is as invaluable to planning a wedding as the wedding dress is to the wedding itself.
Move into 2009 and we see the same struggle occuring in the realm of event design.
More and more, brides are choosing destination locations for their weddings which means that a bride is not always one hundred percent familiar with all of the aspects of their chosen location. It also means that a bride is not always available to do a site walk thru to ensure a desired element of their wedding is possible.
These two factors, accompanied by the the ever-increasing desire for a dream ceremony married to a delicious reception, has solidified the role of the event designer in the wedding industry nationwide.
The only problem is…someone forgot to tell the bride!
So, instead of shopping for trousseaus and the perfect wedding day shoes, brides are scurrying around trying to decide if hurricanes would be better than lanterns, or how to incorporate the right shade of pink into the event.
This is heartbreaking since there is solution out there. Many event designers hold a degree in interior design. And for the fortunate bride, there is the true diamond in the rough: an event designer who not only understands space and design, but also understands floral design. An event designer who is also a floral designer knows how best to design an interior using your individual flower selection in the location you have so painstakingly selected.
Event designers will take your personal vision and expand it so that, from the time your guests enter the ceremony site until the time they leave the reception venue, your wedding day will be a seamlessly designed event to remember.
When Shayla and Kyle decided to get married, Shayla knew she would have to put together a dream team of wedding professionals to pull off her modern princess fantasy land. Amber Nelson Pert (Coordinator), Steven Kemble (Event Design) and Amy Harvey (Floral Designer) worked together to bring Shayla everything she dreamed her wedding would be.