During these unprecedented times of navigating thru the Covid 2020 pandemic, I have had my share of challenges, disappointments, and lots of time to reflect all while navigating 2020.Read More “The Perfect Plan Reflection on 2020”
The new normal 2020 wedding scene is anything but normal! Both couples and the pros in the industry are desperately trying to make sense of it all. Needless to say it has been an emotional roller coaster ride for us all with constantly changing regulations, no specific guidelines that are consistent throughout and a loss of money for all involved with the new normal for 2020 weddings.Read More “The New Normal- 2020 Weddings”
This planner was never so happy to hop in the car and do our first road trip since the whole Covid pandemic hit us. Being a destination planner definitely has its perks! Sometimes its planned and sometimes you encounter things that you least expect. Wedding Venues in New England have some amazing options offering some unique spots for saying I Do!Read More “New England Planner Road Trip”
Planner insight: Always use a planner when doing a tented event, so many moving parts to navigate.
The knowledge and insight of an experienced wedding planner is a gift that we are fortunate to have gained throughout our years of creating events all over New England. We are happy to share these insights and knowledge.
Being a wedding or event planner is not for the faint of heart or for someone with high blood pressure.
Our encounters as planners have been, well let’s just say there is never a dull moment, and it’s always an adventure. See the lessons we have learned in our twenty years
Congratulations! So you got the ring!! Welcome to the world of being engaged. It is definitely elating and you feel like you are on an all-time high. Hence you are so excited to begin the planning journey. Where do you start? Picking the perfect venue of course.Read More “Picking the Perfect Venue”
Backyard Weddings seem to be the new normal due to the uncertainty that 2020 has brought the industry and the economy as a whole. My team has thought a lot about this and its impact on celebrations. We have planned many outdoor events and though we find them to be challenging, they also give amazing backdrops!Read More “Wedding Planning Backyard Style”
After 13 years in business planning weddings and events in New England, we have finally decided to write about the mishaps, confusion, logistical switch-ups, and the fulfillment we experience first hand as planners. Being a wedding or event planner is not for the faint of heart or for someone with high blood pressure. Our encounters as planners have been, well let’s just say there is never a dull moment, and it’s always an adventure.Read More “Wedding Planning Through the Eyes of The Perfect Plan”
So here it is in a nutshell….the agonizing of planning your guest transportation, hence the merry go round…we go round and round with the same things in booking wedding transportation. Forgive the humor and sarcasm as we need it to keep ourselves sane in the process:)Read More “The Transportation Merry Go Round”
Fifteen years is a long time to have a career, especially when one deals with high emotion, irrationality, and expectations beyond human capability. Did you know that one of the topmost stressful jobs in a nationwide survey lists Wedding or Event Planner as one of the top ten most stressful jobs along with a soldier, fireman, surgeon, and policeman. I for one am not at all surprised by this.Read More “Planning from The Heart”
Well, our Boston and North Shore expansion has started with our first booked September 2014 wedding at Hammond Castle, despite the rain we loved working this venue, what a unique and special place.Read More “North Shore/Boston Expansion”