Sage Speaks: Can I Ask You a Favor?

Just like so many other things, there are about a million choices when choosing your wedding favors. Sometimes it may even seem like there are too many choices! But if you focus in on one particular aspect of your wedding (or other event), it should be easier to choose the favors, as well as other things.

For example, try focusing in on colors or the season-fall is just around the corner! Take inspiration from famous fall colors-those deep reds and beautiful oranges can spice up any event. How about this-instead of a regular margarita, try using a pumpkin liquor and trimming the edge of the glass with brown sugar instead of salt! Here are some fantastic fall favors that just might find themselves at your next event!
Caramel corn-a tasty treat that your guests can enjoy!
Leaf bottle opener-a practical favor, and something your friends can actually use!
Personalized fall leaf petals-write something so your favorite people can remember your event!

Happy planning!

Sage Speaks: Forget White-Go Green!

More and more people are “going green.” They’re changing from plastic water bottles to reusable bottles, getting shorter showers, driving hybrid cars, and cutting back on their paper use. Being environmentally friendly for a wedding isn’t always the first thing on the bride’s mind, however there are quite a few things that you can do to make your wedding enviro-chic. Instead of cut flowers for a centerpiece, you could have small trees or plants that your guests can take home and plant. Don’t like that idea? Try to buy locally-grown, or organic flowers. Instead of throwing rice or blowing bubbles, give your guests seeds to throw-birds will eat them and they will eventually turn into beautiful landscaping. Plus, there’s always the literal idea of a green theme (green colors), or have your event outdoors, surrounded by nature!

How else can you incorporate environmental friendliness in your wedding, without losing style? Here are a few tips:

• Minimize the amount of driving your guests will need to do
• Donate leftover food rather than tossing it out
• Don’t register for things you don’t need; give your guests the option of making a donation to a cause close to your heart

So to end today’s post, I would like to close with a quote…
“Life without love is like a tree without blossoms or fruit.”
-Khalil Gibran


Introducing: Sage

Over the last 4 years we've been blessed with some really great interns at POSH. This year we are so thankful for yet another wonderful addition.

From our very first conversation, I could tell that Sage was very special. Eager, fresh and such a great spirit. You know the kind of person that walks into a room like a total ray of sunshine? That's our Sage!

So, without further ado Internet meet Sage...


My Own Dream Come True

My name is Sage, and I am the newest intern at POSH Events, and I am thrilled to be here! I am a high school senior looking forward to the excitement and adventures that come with the last year of high school. I also coach elementary school girls softball, ride horses, and am in several community service clubs at my school. I feel extremely fortunate to have this amazing opportunity at POSH Events to get some behind-the-scenes knowledge of a job that makes people’s dream events come true.

Since 7th grade, I have known that I wanted to be an event planner. I have always been the one in my family planning everything from activities to our pet’s birthday parties. I have even helped my friends plan several small events. The rush that comes from making someone happy by giving them the exact event that they dreamed of is amazing. I am beyond meticulous with everything that I do. My life is color-coded, highlighted, and sticky noted to the point of obsessive-but it’s how things get done efficiently, which is why the only career suited for my organizational and planning skills is event planning.

The only problem was that I couldn’t find anyone willing to take me on as an intern-until I was referred to Isis, who completely saved my senior year of high school.

Without Isis and POSH Events, I wouldn’t be able to get the real-world experience that a person really needs in order to succeed. So I have POSH to thank for making my own dream come true, and I look forward to helping you make your dream event come true, as well!

Sage, we are so happy to have you as part of our "crazy, busy, rewarding, wouldn't change it for anything in the world" lives!




I rarely discuss religion on the blog, as a matter of personal preference, but today, as a way of documenting exactly how I feel, in THIS moment, it is a necessity.

One word.


As the east coast prepares for hurricane Irene, and those around me are in a total state of chaos, television and radio stations are flooded with news of her impending arrival, flights delayed, friends evacuated and family on edge in general, I feel incredibly blessed.

Highly favored.

I woke up this morning, a bit deviated from my usual state of wedding day mind. I looked at my husband and said "I'm scared". My husband responded "do you have to go" to which I answered "it's MY couple". I think he got it.

In the many years we've been fortunate enough to plan events, we have been blessed to never miss one. Through the storms, blizzards and even, the hurricanes. I think back to Toni & Rodney's wedding, which also took place during a hurricane in 2008 and how my team overcame the many obstacles we faced that day.

I think of my colleagues like Candice Capolla of Jubilee Events in Connecticut, who was able to help her couple move their wedding 5 hours ahead to try to avoid the storm. I think of the ladies of A Garden Party Florist, who missed our latest Wish Upon A Wedding event on Thursday, after receiving a phone call that their couple scheduled to get married today, were moving their wedding to that same day (Thursday). How they dropped everything that we were doing and drive drove 1.5 hours to Cape May, to deliver for their couple. I think about all of my facebook friends, twitter family and colleagues who are sacrificing today. The guests who are driving to attend events today and witness, even if just for a little while. The brides & grooms who are sitting patiently hoping for the best...and I realize, just how BLESSED I am.

Today, more than ever, I am so proud of my community. The community of event professionals who always get it done. Who deliver regardless of circumstance and regardless of fear because we specialize in how not to REACT but to move into action.

Every. Time.

With that, I will sign off as I finish preparing for the marriage of Sandi & Terrance. If you are on the roads today, please proceed with caution and be safe. For those of you who are home, please do the same. I pray that as a community we survive this hurricane and remain bonded in our strength to get past all of the "natural" disasters that come our way.



Share my world: The Morning of...

I last left the planner plans series here. Since the wedding, many of you have reached out to me to ask if I was going to continue the series with recaps and well, truth be told, I looked up and 8 months were gone. So without further ado, I introduce my recap series, "Share my world"...


It was finally here, the day before the big day. I would spend the day caravaning picking up my bridesmaids arriving by air, bus and train. I could hardly contain myself knowing that my "rocks" would all be with me to get me down the aisle.

Rental car, check. Pick up dress, check. Rehearsal dinner gifts, spa day confirmation and out of office autoreply-check, check, check. It was official...I was off. One day before the wedding and I was determined to spend it with the girls I've known the majority of my life at the spa.

Oh universe, if it was only that simple...

Instead, Mr. Charming didn't quite realize that he would be the one driving to pick up our seating chart and instead made other arrangements. So instead of relaxing, I spent the day on the phone-worried about my bridesmaid whose flight was delayed from LAX and who would pick her up and how we were going to pick up the seating chart,check-in AND make it to rehearsal on time.

My friend, colleague and amazing wedding planner, Deidre, called and told me not to worry...suddenly I found peace.

My gorgeous bridesmaid took a taxi from the airport to surprise me at the spa, the boys drove the turnpike and picked up the seating chart, we made it (almost) on time to the rehearsal and had a great time at the rehearsal dinner at Kabuki Japanese Restaraunt.

My world was right...

The next day I opened my eyes at 4:00am. In a hotel suite full of girls not a peep could be heard. I opened the blinds and called Mr. Charming who also couldn't sleep. He went to his window and we watched the sunrise. It was so amazing. I felt so amazing.

(this is the actual sunset from that day snapped with my cell phone)

The rest of the day seriously flew by.

First on the agenda was hair and makeup. In true non-diva fashion, I hopped in the car with 2 of my bridesmaids and drove over the bridge to my regular salon. After a quick chic-fil-a run, we were headed back for makeup. The one requirement I had for the girls was that they all had their makeup professionally done. As gorgeous as I think my girls are, it was important to me to have that moment of bonding and to put the "finishing touch" on the ladies...all nine of them.

Throughout the morning I received lots of calls, texts, facebook messages and tweets of good luck. My best friend Sophie who couldn't attend from Atlanta due to surgery, also called to wish me well.


As makeup was wrapping up, our photographers handed me a card from the hubby...and then they started. Tears, lots of tears.


The moment finally felt real.

I looked over into my crowded suite and with the music blasting, my sister, friends and family dancing, my dad playing paparrazi, I knew that even if everything went wrong from this point forward, I was content. Lucky for me, the day only got better.

The girls gathered around and all helped me get dressed. Yes..ALL. Which is hysterical b/c with 8 sets of arms plus my mom, there really wasn't too much room. One would push tighter, the other looser and eventually we just burst out into laughter

Mom gave her once over and seal of approval.

The clock struck six, fireworks began and our photographer Angie said "sweetie, it's time to go". The she took this shot.


It was Finally.My.Time. Giddy is an understatement.


POSH Event: Katie marries JP

Infectious. That's the one word that describes her smile and their love. Make that two.. Incredibly.Infectious.

I remember the first time they sat across from me in the studio, talking about their wedding. Lots of laugh, lots of paper and many memories exchanged. Katie and JP were actually guests at Kelly & Vinnie's wedding the year before. When they said they didn't even know I was there, I knew it was a score for the home team.

Fast forward many months, meetings and memories later to wedding day. We walked into the suite at the Loews hotel and in typical Katie fashion, all was calm and not a thing out of place. My assistant Malakeia and I literally did a double take and I blurted out "this can not be a bridal party suite".

By the evening, the ceremony was underway and in a ballroom surrounded by over 100 of their friends and family, the couple with the infectious love, the infectious laughter and too many memories to count, were married. In that instant, everything was new, yet felt so familiar.

I've had the honor of working with so many couples over the years. Many who have since become friends and Katie and JP were an easy addition to the list. Seriously, are they not the cutest couple ever?

(First Look)

(Bride's Bouquet)

(Guys in black)


(Nightime Ceremony underway with a view of the Philadelphia Skyline from the 33rd floor)

(First kiss)

(I'm usually not a fan of cake smashing but I just love the way they love)

Smoking hot...notice the groom's custom "I do" Nikes.

All pictures courtesy of the phenomenal Andrew Todes Photography

Special thanks to all of my vendor partners in crime
Loews Philadelphia-Ceremony & Reception Venue
Andrew Todes Photography-Photographer
Steve & Co-DJ
Synergetic Light and Sounds Inc-Ballroom draping & lighting
Journeys of the Heart-Officiant
Leigh Florist-Florist
Shutterbooth- Photobooth
POSH Events-Wedding Planner


Sneak Peek: Jennifer marries Randy

You can tell by the way he looks at her...


(Courtesy of our friends at Clair Pruett)


Preservation of a different kind-Florals

I loved my wedding bouquet. Loved. Truth be told, I was obsessed.

Working with Denise of Leigh Florist over the last six years really taught me to let the experts do what you pay them to do. Though giddy, there were many moments where I borderlined being totally removed. Florals was one of these areas.

I recalled walking into the studio, sitting down telling Denise my budget and to do what she does best. She looked at me, laughed and said I had a little homework to do. As the weeks grew closer and closer to the wedding, I must have visited Denise atleast 4 times. With changes. Ridiculous changes.

On the last visit she politely told me to step away...

I gladly did and on the morning of 12/31/10 when I arrived back to my suite at the Hyatt, this is what I saw:

(Image from Entwined Studio, invitation-LePenn Designs)

*Insert tears here* . Literally.

I cried overjoyed that what I had in my head, unable to communicate into words for months was sitting right in front of me. When I say I fell in love that day, second to my husband was definitely my bouquet. My line item on the budget that I told myself "didn't mean too much"...I found myself crying over. Then it died.

Anxious to leave for our honeymoon, I did what I often advise my brides NOT to do, put my bouquet in a vase and happily went on my way!

Lucky for me, I know the florist so requesting a replica is no big deal. Truth be told though, the concept of florals in a box just leaves something missing for me. So...what do you do when you want something a little different?

Insert Dori Spector Fine Art. Dori was referred to us by one of our current grooms and has found a way to offer brides the ability to preserve their wedding imagery, via fine art.

Love, love, love!


* To change

The last few months has been full of change for me. Personally, I went from being single to a wife, which is an amazing experience of it's own. Professionally, POSH has grown to exceed my expectations. I have clients I adore, a team of strong, intelligent supportive women who work along side me in this journey, and industry peers who fuel my creativity and drive.

I'm blessed.

Late last year I accepted a Board position for Wish Upon a Wedding Philadelphia Chapter, the world's first wish granting organization providing weddings and vow renewals for couples facing terminal illness and serious life-altering circumstances, regardless of sexual orientation . Most recently, I became the Co-Director for the Association of Bridal Consultants South Jersey Local Networking Group.

It wasn't until earlier this week that I sat down and really reflected on how far this dream of mine has grown. The Association of Bridal Consultants is where I started my career. When I joined many years ago, I was a novice, new to the world of weddings and eager to learn. I met an experienced planner in Northern New Jersey who allowed me to shadow her to gain real world experience...and the rest, well, as they say is history.

Beyond blessed.

Over the next month we will be undergoing monumental changes over at POSH that I am so excited to share!

Until then, I'll leave you with this. Dream bigger than you ever could. When you get to that point, exceed it.


Win a day with POSH

As we previously announced, in exactly 10 days we will be unveiling the new POSH and we are over the moon excited. To celebrate, we are having a party! But what's a party without an awesome giveaway?

So, starting today and running until midnight the on May 1st, we are allowing couples getting married between now and May 2012 to enter our contest to win a day with POSH!

Official contest rules below.

Contest Details:

Entries must be emailed to info@posheventsllc.com, subject line "Win a day with POSH!" no later than May 1, 2011, and the prize will be awarded for weddings dated from 9/1/11 to 5/1/12.

Entrant must also like us at our POSH Events, LLC fan page on Facebook for further details regarding our "How Sweet it is" POSH Celebration.

Entries received after 5/1/11 will NOT be accepted. The winning couple will be announced at the POSH celebration (date to be announced) and the couple physically must be present to claim their prize.

Contest Rules and the fine print...
1) Entries may be made by either the couple, or by family or friends.

2) The wedding must take place within a 60 mile radius of Cherry Hill, NJ. A venue must be secured at the time of entry. Events taking place in excess of 60 miles will have to compensate for travel expense.

3) You must be a new POSH Client and can not have previously secured services prior to May 1, 2011. Entrant will receive a POSH Deluxe (Day of) Wedding Management package.

4) This offer cannot be combined with any other discount, contest, or other winnings.

6) The entry email must be titled "Win a day with POSH" and must outline why you feel the couple deserves to win. Feel free to include pictures, DVD’s, or anything else you can think of to tell your story. The entry must also include the date of your wedding, number of guest and location of both the ceremony and reception.

7) The Bride or Groom must be physically present at the POSH appreciation party to claim their prize. Non-attendance will forfeit your entry.

8) There is no fee to enter. Only 1 entry per couple.

Sound too good to be true...I know!!!! What are you waiting for?! Email away!


Destination...Dominican Republic (sneak peek)

In honor of today's gorgeous 80 degree weather, here is a sneak week of our destination wedding weekend at the Majestic Elegance Resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.


Have an awesome day!


Speaking to the Southern NJ ABC Local Networking Group April 26, 2011

I'm so honored to be asked to speak at the Southern NJ Association of Bridal Consultants Local Networking Group meeting later this month.

The Association of Bridal Consultants is actually where my career first started. While attending wedding planning courses at Temple University Ft Washington Campuses, (Can we say career student?!), I first learned of the Association and attended my first local conference. During the conference, I met a Wedding Planner from Northern NJ who so graciously allowed me to shadow her at her events, and the rest well...is history.

I've been extremely honored to speak at conferences before, but this particular group is very near and dear to me. Every new client that we receive, every colleague along the way, every vendor referral, I'm thankful for all of it and acknowledge that we are only as strong as our support system. Many great relationships were formed out of networking through this organization.

I'm looking forward to sharing my experiences with a group of my peers, giving insight to the "POSH" experience and learning along the way.

In the area? Be sure to attend this event for Planners Only!!!! Contact Pat Ambrosius at thepragmaticplanner@comcast.net for registration information and be sure to drop me a line and let me know you'll be there.


Published: Our Wedding on The Brides Cafe and Essence.com


In this business there are many times that I have been moved. When I walk my brides to those double doors, when we receive thank you notes, when my inbox is filled with pictures of POSH bundles of joy. I'm always moved.

Today however, it's personal.

In an industry where it is easy to "get in" and incredibly difficult to maintain, where turnover is high and loyalty not so much, I've been extremely fortunate. Not just with POSH as a business, but with the many relationships that have evolved out of this business, my passion.

When I got engaged, I was immediately hit with an overwhelming feeling of fear. Would MY wedding be good enough? Would people be moved by my story enough to be featured? Printed? Would anyone even care? I'm not going to lie, at times it was extremely stressful. See with a client it's easy. I can pick amazing picture, after amazing picture, eyes closed. With our wedding however, I came to the realization that I am not superwoman. With a little help from my friends, I realized our wedding was not going to be designed for display purposes. It's was going to be a reflection of "us" and that would be good enough.

So today, 3 months after we exchanged vows to see our wedding featured TODAY on The Brides Cafe and Essence.com after being featured previously on Munaluchi Bridal , three industry publications that do amazing things for couples in general and of color specifically, I am honored. And humbled.

I want to say thank you internet for all that you do. For the many phone calls, text's, tweets and "likes" of support. For allowing me during this process to feel like a "Bride" and not just a planner, for supporting Mr. Charming and I and allowing me to remain #giddy. From the bottom of my heart, I appreciate it.

I will begin recaps shortly amongst recaps of our client weddings, but in the meantime here's one of my all time favorite pictures courtesy of my rockstar photogs Entwined Studio



My ridiculously amazing vendor team:
Wedding Coordination: POSH Events (www.posheventsllc.com) and Day Of Planner Deidre Gray (www.alwaysapi.com) for Always a Positive Image
Event Design- POSH Events www.posheventsllc.com
Photographer- Entwined Studio www.entwinedstudio.com
Videographer Illumimoto Cinema www.illumimoto.com
Cakes/Dessert Table- The Hudson Cakery www.hudsoncakery.com
Lighting- Synergetic Light & Sound www.synergeticsounds.com
Band- CTO 5th Ave www.cto.com
Ceremony/ Reception Venue- The Hyatt Penn's Landing- http://pennslanding.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/index.jsp?icamp=hyattregencyphiladelphiaredirect
Florist- Leigh Florist www.leighflorist.com
Stationary- LePenn Designs www.lepenndesigns
Rentals- Choice Party Linens http://www.choicepartylinens.com//Select Event Designs www.weparty.com
Table Names- Paperfinger www.paperfinger.com
Makeup Artist- Ashanti Ortiz (facingbeauty@aol.com)
Calligrapher-Kathleen Turnure
Dress: Maggie Sottero http://www.maggiesottero.com/
Bride's Shoes : Christian Louboutin http://www.christianlouboutin.com/
Bridemaids Dresses: Alvina Valenta
Fotobooth :Go Festive http://gofestive.com/
Placecards: Timeless Paper www.timelesspaper.com


Happy Anniversary to the Irizarry's

Hope and Peter were more like family then clients. From the first meeting, when Hope, Peter and Mother Johnson arrived at the studio, planning binder and Eagles cap in hand, I knew we were going to have a good time.

A few months later, they exchanged vows at St. Matthews Baptist Church and hosted a brunch reception for their nearest and dearest at Lucien's Manor. Their ceremony was one of my absolute favorites as the Bride surprised the groom with a solo during the vows.

Hope & Peter, I'm truly blessed that you trusted POSH with your big day and even moreso that we have become friends. I wish you both a lifetime of love and many, many more anniversaries (and babies) to come.

Here's to year#2. Wow how time flies!


Bethany married Chris

You know how you meet someone and you just know that though they appear tough on the surface they are warm and smooth on the center, that to me is Bethany. She's like the perfect chocolate molten cake. Chris is her ice cream.


We had the honor of coordinating Bethany and Chris amazing wedding at Cescaphe Ballroom and from the first day of planning to the last, I can seriously say, I enjoyed the ride. Bethany and Chris pledged their love in front of a room full of their family and friends and then partied the night away.

Beyond being a bride, I credit Bethany for introducing me to so many things (including some of our own wedding Vendors). I've said it before but will say it again, I'm honored to do what I do because during the course, we are blessed to know some truly amazing couples.

Enjoy courtesy of Entwined Studio... (feel free to swoon)









The amazing vendor team:

Cescaphe Ballroom, Il Fiore Bianco, Illumimoto Cinema , Synergetic Light & Sound, Leigh Florist, Center Stage Entertainment-Central Park Band, POSH Events


Change is coming...We hope you "like' it

2010 was a year of blessing for POSH and we are happy to announce that there are major changes underway.

So to kick off what we hope you will find to be awesome news, on April 15th, we will post a major announcement about what's in store for us gals over at POSH. To honor those who have stayed along with us for the ride, we are posting the news to our "fans" on first.

Not a fan, "like us" now on facebook and be the first to be in the know. You will find us under POSH Events LLC . To make it easier, we've also added a link to the blog on the right.

We are bursting with excitement and can't wait to share. A long with the announcement is also a giveaway for 25 couples and 25 individuals (yes, 50 people) and will be based on a random drawing from our fans as well.

Hoping everyone has a wonderful weekend!



Joan married Vince

I first introduced you to Joan & Vince here. Since that introduction, there has been a wedding, a move and a friendship.

I remember the first time we met in July 2009. Joan was my type of girl right away. Vince is the type of guy that is quiet because his mind is always working, but once he reaches a certain comfort level, quiet is not a word I would use to describe him. To watch them together is never dull. They are the perfect compliment and their laughter is truly contangious. We spent many days together planning their nuptials, from site visits, to dress fittings, invitation and decor. We laughed over email and in person and at the end of the night on October 1st, I knew I met two people I'd know forever.

Sometimes life just works like that.

Joan & Vince exchanged nuptials at Berlin Baptist Church in front of over 300 of their closest family and friends. The reception was held later in the day at Lucien's Manor. With a lineup of 24 vendors,a rolls royce, a photobooth, a partybus, and the largest bridal party POSH has ever worked with, we knew we were in for a great night!





(Told you it was large!)


(Images Courtesy of our friends at Blackeye Soup Photography)

Joan & Vince, we spent 15 months laughing and I wish you guys a lifetime more of smiles.

Hope to see you soon!


POSH Destinations: Happy Anniversary

There are many times in my career that I have been brought to tears. If you ask my Assistants, they will confirm that I cry at almost every wedding. When the doors open and we give the cue, the last fluff of the train and hug to my Bride is the moment I cherish the most. It's special, it's private, it's reassuring and I know that our purpose is evident and relevant. We've helped another couple on their way to rejoicing in the biggest day of their lives.

It's an honor and a privilege and one that I am so fortunate to still be a part of after all of these years.

Yesterday marked the celebration of one year of marriage for an amazing couple who committed themselves to each other on the gorgeous beach of Montego Bay, Jamaica. To say that the day was "magical" was an understatement.


(Amazing image courtesy of NEJ Images )

A&A, I couldn't think of a more deserving couple for all of the blessings that have been brought your way. I'm so honored that you entrusted us with your day. I wish you a million more years of happiness, smiles and joy filled tears.


Wish Upon A Wedding Philadelphia-Your chance to give back!

One of the most rewarding parts of being in the special events industry, aside from the relationships formed, is the ability to make our client's event dreams come true. As an advocate of giving back, I'm extremely proud to announce our support and involvement in Wish Upon A Wedding Philadelphia.

Wish Upon a Wedding is a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization that provides weddings and vow renewals to couples facing terminal illness or other serious life-altering circumstances, regardless of sexual orientation. Often, couples facing such situations do not have the energy, time, money, or resources needed to plan their wedding. The organization takes care of all the details, offering couples a chance to relax and enjoy a very special day while surrounded by the love of their closest family and friends.

We have been extremely fortunate thus far and received a huge amount of support from our local colleagues at the Chapter launch party last month. As we continue to grow the organization, will continue to ask for your support. The best part, rather you are a wedding professional or not, there are many ways to get involved in this organization.

Since there were many people who did not get to join us for the launch party, we are having a meet and greet at Germantown Cricket Club, next Tuesday March 1st, so you can learn more about the organization and how you can get involved!

The Club is located at 411 West Manheim Street Philadelphia, PA 19144 and is truly a remarkable space to tour if you have never been.

This informal meet and greet will be a great time for you to chat with the board members one-on-one to discuss and address any questions you may have. A brief presentation will also be made highlighting some of the work done by other chapters across the country.

Please RSVP to this event posting on Facebook or to our Chapter President at: philadelphiapresident@wishuponawedding.org so we know how many to expect!

Hope to see you there!

SNEAK PEEK: Jennifer married David

Two words: High Society.

I'm so excited to share with you a sneak peak of one of our 2010 weddings provided by the phenomenal Kea Taylor of Imagine Photography .

Jennifer & David were married at the Philadelphia Cathedral with their lavish reception held at the Loews Philadelphia. The couple managed to throw one of the most amazing celebrations we've had the opportunity to assist with with a vendor team and guest list of some the best in the industry.

Additional details to follow, but for now, I will leave you with this image.


Happy Thursday!


A Planner Plans: The Good Life

Oh blog, how I've missed thee. I can't believe it's been over a month since my last confession.

I took a short hiatus from the blog to really buckle down and concentrate on life as a Bride and not just a planner. The truth is, during the majority of the year, I spent more time being a planner, than a bride. I wanted to make sure I didn't blink and miss the moments that count.

I have so much to catch up on and lots to share both from our wedding and those of my gorgeous 2010 couples. In the meantime I leave you with one sneak peak from our awesome videographers (yes, you read that correctly videographers) at Illumimoto Cinema and a heartfelt, Happy New Year!